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TOKYO / HONG KONG (Dow Jones) – East Asian stocks ended trading early this week, mostly with a premium, unshakable Friday very weak Wall Street. Only in Sydney, prices fell slightly, with the S & P / ASX 200 index dropping 0.4 percent at the close. A meeting of Australian central bank interest rates is on the agenda here during the week and triggered caution among investors. In the US, strong data from the US labor market raised concerns about a further significant rise in key interest rates.

In Tokyo, the Nikkei index gained 0.6 percent. up to 27,916 points. In Shanghai, the index increased by 1.3%, while in Hong Kong the Hang Seng index increased by 1.6%. at the end of the trade. At the end of the week, there was no trade on any stock exchange due to public holidays. The gradual easing of the safeguards has provided confidence here, said IG analyst Yeap Jun Rong. In addition, Caixin’s purchasing manager index for the Chinese service sector rose significantly in May from a very low of 36.2 to 41.4 and is therefore close to the 50 mark, where it points to growth. There was no trade in South Korea due to a public holiday on Monday.

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Oil equities rose as oil prices continued to rise. They had already risen sharply at the end of the week, rising a further 0.7 percent after the world’s largest crude oil producer Saudi Aramco raised its official selling prices in Asia, which market participants say confirms expectations of strong oil demand in the region .

CNOOC gained 2.0 percent and PetroChina 0.6 percent. In Tokyo, Eneos Holdings and Idemitsu Kosan shares gained as much as 5.4 percent. In Sydney, the Woodside Petroleum index rose by 3.2%.

In Tokyo, shares of West Japan Railway (+ 4.6%) and the airline ANA Holdings (+ 2.9%) also recorded stronger increases. According to industry statements, hopes are fostered here that tourist activity will soon increase again.

On the other hand, US interest rates have recently rebounded as a result of speculation on interest rate hikes. real estate stocks In Hong Kong. Longfor fell 5.1 percent, Country Garden fell 3.6 percent and China Overseas Property Holdings fell 1.1 percent.

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Index (stock market) last +/-%% YTD end

S & P / ASX 200 (Sydney) 7,206.30 -0.4% -3.2% 08:00

Nikkei-225 (Tokyo) 27,915.89 + 0.6% -3.6% 08:00

Kospi (Seoul) HOLIDAY

Shanghai Comp. 3236.37 + 1.3% -11.1% 09:00

Hang Seng (Hong Kong) 21,425.19 + 1.6% -9.9% 10:00

Taiex (Taiwan) 16,605.96 + 0.3% -8.9% 07:30

Strait times (Sing.) 3 221.84 -0.3% + 3.4% 11:00

BSE (Bombay) 55 480.79 -0.5% -4.8% 12:00

FOREX last + / -% 00:00 Fri, 9:16% YTD

EUR / USD 1.0732 + 0.1% 1.0720 1.0749 -5.6%

EUR / JPY 140.08 -0.2% 140.36 139.72 + 7.0%

EUR / GBP 0.8562 -0.2% 0.8582 0.8554 + 1.9%

GBP / USD 1.2533 + 0.3% 1.2492 1.2566 -7.4%

USD / JPY 130.52 -0.3% 130.92 129.96 + 13.4%

USD / KRW 1,252.90 + 0.1% 1,251.49 1,242.92 + 5.4%

USD / CNY 6.6531 -0.1% 6.6603 6.6603 + 4.7%

USD / CNH 6.6577 + 0.1% 6.6490 6.6328 + 4.8%

USD / HKD 7.8458 + 0.0% 7.8450 7.8449 + 0.6%

AUD / USD 0.7205 -0.1% 0.7211 0.7255 -0.8%

NZD / USD 0.6512 + 0.0% 0.6509 0.6554 -4.6%

Bitcoin

BTC / USD 31 295.06 + 4.6% 29 930.74 30 385.64 -32.3%

ROHL last VT-Settl. +/-% +/- USD% YTD

WTI / Nymex 119.71 118.87 + 0.7% 0.84 + 64.5%

Brent / ICE 120.40 119.72 + 0.7% 0.68 + 60.5%

METALS last day before +/-% +/- USD% YTD

Gold (spot) 1,854.22 1,851.15 + 0.2% +3.07 + 1.4%

Silver (Spot) 22.20 21.93 + 1.2% +0.27 -4.8%

Platinum (spot) 1022.15 1012.99 + 0.9% +9.16 + 5.3%

The future of copper 4.42 4.47 -1.1% -0.05 -0.5%

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(END) Dow Jones Newswires

June 6, 2022 03:24 ET (7:24 GMT)

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