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Asian markets fall when global insecurity grows



Asian shares were significantly lower on Friday, tracking the weak Wall Street session, as traders expected the conclusion of negotiations in China and China in Beijing.

NIK, -1.13%

retreated 1.2% and Kospi

SEU, -1.34%

in South Korea fell by 1.6%. Hang Hang Hangeng

HSI, -1

.94%

declined 1.5%, while Shanghai Composite

SHCOMP, -1.37%

is 0.6% lower.

Australia S & P / ASX 200

XJO, + 0.11%

raised the regional trend, rising by 0.1% to 6,062.30. Shares fell in Taiwan

Y9999, -0.24%

and throughout Southeast Asia.

Among the individual shares, Dai-ichi Life Holdings

8750, -4.66%

fell in Tokyo's trade as well as in the SoftBank Group

9984, -4.40%

and Honda

7267, -2.25%

. Casino operators Galaxy Entertainment

0027, -4.52%

and Sands China

1928, -3.88%

fell in Hong Kong, along with technology companies such as AAC

2018, -4.58%

and Sunny Optical

2382, -4.00%

. Samsung

005930, -3.05%

and chip maker SK Hynix

000660, -4.65%

in Korea and Foxconn

2354, -1.47%

slipped into Taiwan. Stocks of energy increased in Australia, led by Beach Energy

BPT, + 2.17%

and Woodside Petroleum

WPL, + 1.49%

.

The disappointing data led the US indices to a mixed final on Thursday. According to the Department of Commerce, retail sales in December fell 1.2% on the previous month, the biggest decline since September 2009

The National Revenue Federation also reported a poor sales growth in November-December due to tensions in trade with China and the closure of the US government. China's inflation slows further in January

"The market is in a defensive position. Traders are wondering if the latest retail sales data is a precursor to worse news, "said Song Seng Uung, an economist at CIMB Private Banking. US and Chinese officials will end two days of talks in Beijing. It is unclear whether they will make progress on thorny issues like Washington's dissatisfaction with Chinese technology and trade policy.

The United States is obliged to more than double the import of 200 billion dollars of Chinese goods by March 2. hinted he could stick with them if both sides made good progress in trade talks. China hopes to buy more US goods, including semiconductors, may help to end the war

The S & P 500 Broad Index

SPX, -0.27%

dropped 0.3% to 2,745.73. Technological Nasdaq Composite

COMP, + 0.09%

added 0.1% to 7,426.95, while Dow Jones Industrial Average

DJIA, -0.41%

lost 0.4% to 25,439.39.

U.S. crude

CLJ9, + 0.09%

added 34 cents to $ 54.75 a barrel in the e-commerce market of the New York Stock Exchange. He won 51 cents to settle at $ 54.41 a barrel in New York on Thursday. Brent crude

LCOJ9, + 0.23%

used for international oil prices grew 44 cents to 65.01 dollars a barrel. He rose 96 cents to $ 64.57 a barrel in London

USDJPY, -0.14%

declined to 110.30 yen from 110.45 yen late on Thursday.

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