Trading on European stock exchanges opened this morning with gains. Dax is up 0.5%, FTSE adds 0.4% and CAC is up 0.1%. Stokes 600 rises by 0.3%.
Asian trading closed in a mixed trend. Nikkei lost 0.14%, Shanghai soared 1.23%, the ASX 200 rose 0.37% and Kospi added 0.27%. Heng Seng is currently trading at 0.2%.
Samsung Electronics ended the trading up 2.7%.
Trading in Asian stock exchanges is mixed. This is against the background of investors who continue to fear the escalating tensions and intensification of the US-China trade war.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange is down about 0.4%, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
(27,670.19 + 0.05%)
Rises by about 0.4%, the Shanghai Stock Exchange
Jumps by 1.6%. South Korean stocks are down, led by Samsung Electronics, which is down 3% on news that Google is cutting off its activity with Wavi.
The severing of relations is part of the trade war waged by China and the United States, specifically following an order signed last week by US President Donald Trump, which means the boycott of Wavi by US companies.
A spokesman for Google confirmed the details and told Reuters that owners of existing WAVI devices could continue to update the software on their device.
Yesterday, Wall Street closed lower on concern that the trade war would worsen after President Trump signed a presidential decree last week against China’s Waui.
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The NASDAQ lost 1.5%, the Dow Jones fell 0.3%, and the S & P 500 lost 0.7%.
Technology shares Apple, Qualcomm, Broadcom and Intel fell for up to 6%.