Asian markets mostly rise while Apple's suppliers score gains
- Asian Market
- 4 months ago
Asian indices have had yet another mixed result in today’s exchange, starting with the mainland Chinese indices.
The Shenzhen component fell by 0.9% while the Shenzhen composite shed 1.1% and so did the Shanghai composite, which fell off the pace by 0.4%.
The Hang Seng however rose by 1.5% despite the ongoing social unrest the city is facing.
Tokyo’s Nikkei 225 climbed by 0.9% as so did the Topix, gaining 1.6%, the Kospi in South Korea also closed higher, adding 0.8% and the Aussie ASX200 rose by 0.3%.
Apple’s suppliers all over the region enjoyed gains too, as the tech giant unveiled its newest iPhone series.
Japanese component supplier Murata Manufacturing rose 2.26%, while Sharp jumped 3.92%. South Korea’s LG Display added 3.86% while Largan Precision in Taiwan gained 3.31% and Hong Kong-listed AAC Technologies was also up 1.28%, as of its final hour of trading.
Source: Smart Trend Team