Stock market of Asia Will be mixed this morning after some big losses in Europe Wall Street on Tuesday intends to end a major monetary stimulus faster than expected, thanks to ongoing Omicron concerns and signals from the Federal Reserve Board.
Sydney’s ASX200 was initially out of the block, down 0.83% due to macroeconomic concerns, and third-quarter GDP was down 1.9% more than expected. The forecast was 2.7%.
Kospi is up 1% in Seoul, but exports are strong in the third quarter and Nikkei is also up in Tokyo. The Hang Seng Index is tracking down to drop 0.8% at the opening soon, so it’s a score draw on the stock exchange so far.
Oil prices are also suffering because of the fear of Omicron, who fears that traders can jeopardize the recovery of the global economy and undermine demand. Brent crude has risen at $ 70.57 after falling 3.91% on Tuesday.
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