Stock in the Asia Pacific region at the end of the trading week on Friday (22/3), colored Ciprus concerns over the failure to pay its foreign debts.
At the opening session, the MSCI index outside Japan immediately slumped 0.1 percent. While the index AXJO in Australia, under pressure from concerns over the stability of the leadership in the land of kangaroos, down deeper, which is 0.3 percent.
Likewise, Korea’s KOSPI index, fell 0.1 percent participated. Even the benchmark Nikkei index to trade in regional markets, depressed 1.1 percent participated in this opening session.
Here is a sentiment that occurs in today’s trading:
Stock in Europe fell to the lowest tititk the last two weeks. The trigger is Ciprus banking crisis, one of the countries that use the euro currency.