sexta-feira, 19 de janeiro, 2018

Indexes of China have new maxims of 2 years after the solid GDP data

Shanghai (Reuters)-China's stock indexes closed at new high of two years on Friday, with the Shanghai stocks registering the fifth straight week of gains, as banks extended the rally and after the country register the first annual growth acceleration in set and years. The CSI300 index, which brings together the major companies listed in Shanghai and Shenzhen, was discharged from 0,35%, while the Shanghai index rose 0,41%. China's economy grew faster than expected in the fourth quarter of 2017, sustained by the export recovery, contrary to concerns that the intensification of industry and credit restrictions would affect the expansions. The expansion in 2017 reached 6,9%, first annual acceleration since 2010, surpassing the Government's target of around 6,5% and 6,7% in 2016, weakest pace in 26 years. The financial sector sub-index advanced 0,82%, the 0,99%, the estate fell consumption retreated and health 0,69% lost 0, 5%. Last week, the SSEC was discharged from 1,7%, while 1,5% won, both CSI300 closing in new two-year peak. In the rest of the region ignored actions the losses on Wall Street and reached new record maximum after data from China. At 7:30 (Eastern time), the MSCI index, which includes shares of the Asia-Pacific region except Japan, had a high of 0,6%. . In Tokyo, the Nikkei index advanced 0,19%, 23,808 points. . In HONG KONG, the HANG SENG index rose 0,41%, 32,254 points. . In Shanghai, the index gained SSEC 0,41%, 3,489 points. . The CSI300 index, which brings together the major companies listed in Shanghai and SHENZHEN, advanced 0,35%, 4,286 points. . In Seoul, the KOSPI index had appreciation of 0,18%, the 2,520 points. . The TAIEX index in TAIWAN surged to 0,72%, to 11,150 points. . In Singapore, the STRAITS TIMES index appreciated 0,82%, 3,550 points. . In SYDNEY the ASX/200 S&P index retreated 0,15%, 6,005 points.
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