Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Asia Headlines

Asia Headlines
U.S., Europe plan WTO case against China: report
The U.S. and European Union are reportedtly set to announce a World Trade Organization case against China over its export restrictions on raw materials.
8:13pm 6/22/09
Asian exchanges close Monday trading mostly higher
Asian equities end mostly higher to start the week, with a rebound in the property and real estate sector helping lift Hong Kong's benchmark index while the Nikkei 225 adds 0.4% in Tokyo.
6:53am 6/22/09
China IPOs make comeback
China's initial public offering market reopens, presenting a new test of whether we are in something more than a bear-market rally.
2:30am 6/22/09
China Metal Recycling rockets in Hong Kong IPO
China Metal Recycling jumps 24% in its Hong Kong debut, while Hing Lee also gets a sharp rise in its IPO, amid investor appetite for new listings.
1:46am 6/22/09
Coming Japan data expected to be mostly positive
Economic numbers due for release this week and next may help convince more investors that the tide is truly turning for Japan, potentially providing a boost to Japanese shares.
1:18am 6/22/09
Japan investors wary despite upbeat data
The Japanese government reports business sentiment has significantly improved among large companies, but although more, similarly upbeat economic data are expected this week and next, Japanese investors remain wary.
11:10pm 6/21/09
China Eastern gets Shanghai Air deal, report says
China Eastern reportedly reaches a long-anticipated deal to buy Shanghai Airlines via a stock swap, with the buyer to raise money by issuing new shares.
11:05pm 6/21/09
National Australia Bank buys local Aviva assets
National Australia Bank strikes a deal to buy a large chunk of U.K. insurer Aviva's Australian assets for $660 million, in a move to boost its wealth-management business.
8:00pm 6/21/09

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