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Largely down; Concerns on Trump policy speech loom2017/03/01
JAKARTA: Southeast Asian stock markets ended soft on Tuesday, in line with Asian peers, as investors were guarded ahead of U.S. President Donald Trump's policy speech and due to some month-end book-squaring.
Markets have been awaiting more details on Trump's proposed stimulus plans to judge if they would boost inflation and economic growth, and add to the case for higher U ...

China stocks edge up in nervous trade as key resistance looms2017/03/01
SHANGHAI: China stocks rose slightly on Tuesday, but caution prevailed after a steady run-up in recent months pushed the main index near its late-November peak, a key technical resistance.
Hong Kong shares were little changed, with a rally that began in December showing further signs of fatigue and as investors awaited a speech by U ...

Nikkei rises after US stocks gain before Trump's speech2017/03/01
TOKYO: Japan's Nikkei share average gained on Tuesday morning after U.S. stocks rose and the dollar gained on hopes that U.S. President Donald Trump will speak about infrastructure spending in an address to Congress later in the day.
The Nikkei rose 0.7 percent to 19,235.10 in midmorning trade after dropping to 2-1/2 week lows on Monday ...

Sri Lankan shares edge up; turnover rises to 12-week high2017/03/01
Sri Lankan shares edge up; turnover rises to 12-week high
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan shares ended slightly stronger on Tuesday after posting their lowest close in more than two weeks in the previous session, although concerns about rising interest rates continued to hurt investor sentiment.
Turnover rose to a 12-week high at 2 ...

European shares edge higher, earnings support2017/03/01
LONDON: European shares edged higher on Tuesday after encouraging earnings releases, with Meggitt leading the market up after reporting a sharp rise in profits and Ferrovial also advancing after results news.
The pan-European 600 index was up 0.1 percent by 0837 GMT, while Britain's FTSE was flat ...

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