Asian stock markets continue to rise
(Oct 31, 2014)
Share prices in markets across the Asia-Pacific region continued to
shoot up on October 31, which was celebrated in a number of countries as
The major Asian indexes ended mixed on October 30.
Shares rose for the third day on the two bourses, lifted by the gains made by blue chips.
Share prices in markets across the Asia-Pacific region soared on October 29
News reports of an interest rate cut continued to help the market as both stock indices climbed this morning.
Share prices in the stock markets of Mainland China, Hong Kong and Viet Nam increased while the rest declined on October 28.
Shares recovered slightly this morning on the two exchanges, as investors calmed down and reduced the selling out of shares.
Most major indices across the Asia-Pacific region fell on October 27 with the exception of Japan
Stocks slid on the two exchanges this morning, pulled down by blue chips.
Investors' caution prevailed last week because of
heavy profit-taking in the Vingroup real estate company and PetroVietnam
Gas (GAS), as well as bad news for Ocean financial group (OGC).
About 87 per cent, or 179, of the 206 companies that have issued
financial reports at the stock exchange here have announced profits.