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    Australia falls more than 2% when stock prices in Asia Pacific fall

    Singapore-Asia-Pacific stocks fell in trading on Friday morning after falling overnight on Wall Street.

    Australian stocks cause regional losses, S & P / ASX 200 Down 2.23%.

    in Japan, Nikkei 225 The Tokyo Stock Price Index fell 1.8%, while it fell 1.41%.

    According to the Bank of Japan’s quarterly tankan business sentiment survey released on Friday, the sentiment of major Japanese manufacturers improved in the three months to September. The sentiment headline index of a major manufacturer was +18, an improvement over the previous quarter’s +14.

    Elsewhere in South Korea KOSPI 1.31% down. In Southeast Asia Straits Times Index In Singapore it decreased by about 1%.

    MSCI’s widest non-Japanese Asia Pacific stock index fell 0.74%.

    The Hong Kong market will be closed for the Friday holidays and the mainland China market will be closed for the Golden Week holidays from Friday to October 7.

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    Overnight in the state, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 546.80 points to 33,843.92 and the S & P 500 fell 1.19% to 4,307.54. The Nasdaq Composite fell 0.44% to 14,448.58.

    Due to these losses on Wall Street, the S & P 500 suffered the worst month since March 2020, when the pandemic caused a large market sellout.

    Currency and oil

    NS USD indexTracking greenbacks against baskets from other companies in the same industry was 94.366 after falling below 94 earlier this week.

    NS JPY It traded at 111.25 dollars, stronger than the level of about 112 seen against the greenback yesterday. NS Australian dollar I bounced from under $ 0.72 yesterday and changed my hand for $ 0.7227.

    Oil prices were higher on international benchmarks on Friday morning of Asian trading hours Brent Crude Futures It rose just to $ 78.35 per barrel. US Crude Oil Futures $ 75.11, up 0.11% per barrel.

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