Asian equities are edging lower on Wednesday, unable to keep pace with the new record highs posted by the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq 100 indices overnight. At the time of writing, Japan’s Nikkei 225 are among the regional bourses that are dipping into the red.
For context, the MSCI Asia Pacific index, which measures the overall performance of regional equities, had posted its highest ever closing price on November 27th. November’s advance of 10.18 percent was its largest monthly gain since May 2009. The current pause is likely to be temporary before resuming its search for a new record… Read More:
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