Miercuri: bursele asiatice, pe verde inaintea reuniunii Fed

de Carla Dinu     HotNews.ro
Miercuri, 3 noiembrie 2010, 8:01 Economie | Burse

Bursele din Asia au urcat miercuri dupa alegerile la jumatatea mandatului desfasurate in SUA si in asteptarea anuntului Fed privind un nou plan de stimulare a economiei.

Bursele din Hong Kong si Singapore au atins nivelurile inregistrate in 2008, inainte de criza economica. Bursa din Hong Kong a urcat cu 1,63% dupa ce atinsese un maxim al ultimilor doi ani si jumatate, scrie AFP.

La Sydney cresterea a fost de 0,60%, bursa din Singapore a castigat 0,38% dupa ce atinsese un nivel maxim al ultimelor 29 de luni.

Piata din Seul a urcat cu 0,9%, dupa rezultate foarte bune inregistrate de constructorii auto Hyundai si Kia. Doar bursa din Shanghai a fost pe minus, coborand cu 0,74%.

Bursa din Tokyo, cea mai importanta din Asia, a fost inchisa in zi de sarbatoare nationala.

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    Se ... (Miercuri, 3 noiembrie 2010, 12:10)

    utug [anonim]

    Se va intampla in America ce s-a intamplat in Argentina ?
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    The Shrinking Influence of the US Federal Reserve
    The Quiet Coup
    Welcome to America, the World's Scariest Emerging Market

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