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Removed another the concerns of Brexit from Asia

In the upward trajectory continued, and today the asian indices, following in the footsteps of the american stock exchange, as well as to time …investors seem to distance themselves from the uncertainty of Brexit.”The main reason of the rise of the asian markets is more or less the fact that the shock of Brexit has been absorbed and a large part of the pessimism that accompanies it was priced Friday and Monday, therefore we may see a technical substantial recovery these days”, commented Margaret Yang, analyst markets CMC Markets in Singapore.In particular, the sub-indices, the japanese Nikkei boosted by 0,39%, while smaller gains of 0.01% notes the shanghai Composite in China.To 1.35% is the rise in the stock market New Zealand, while the Kospi in South Korea win 0,84%. Profits 0,93% and the stock exchange of Taiwan.Despite today’s gains, however, most of the asian indices are on track for losses in the month, with the Nikkei to record the worst performance, as it measures losses of 8.9% in June. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong notes losses of 0.6% in that period.Oil posted strong gains of 4.2 percent yesterday, while today it is trading at 50,88 dollars a barrel.It should be noted that yesterday the Wall Street closed with gains, with the industrial Dow Jones to record triple-digit rise in assisted by the oil rally.Source

In the upward trajectory continued, and today the asian indices, following in the footsteps of the american stock exchange, as well as to time …investors seem to distance themselves from the uncertainty of Brexit.
“The main reason of the rise of the asian markets is more or less the fact that the shock of Brexit has been absorbed and a large part of the pessimism that accompanies it was priced Friday and Monday, therefore we may see a technical substantial recovery these days,” commented Margaret Yang, analyst markets CMC Markets in Singapore.
In particular, the sub-indices, the japanese Nikkei boosted by 0,39%, while smaller gains of 0.01% notes the shanghai Composite in China.
To 1.35% is the rise in the stock market New Zealand, while the Kospi in South Korea win 0,84%. Profits 0,93% and the stock exchange of Taiwan.
Despite today’s gains, however, most of the asian indices are on track for losses in the month, with the Nikkei to record the worst performance, as it measures losses of 8.9% in June. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong notes losses of 0.6% in that period.
Oil posted strong gains of 4.2 percent yesterday, while today it is trading at 50,88 dollars a barrel.
It should be noted that yesterday the Wall Street closed with gains, with the industrial Dow Jones to record triple-digit rise in assisted by the oil rally.
Source

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