The main Asian indexes recorded sharp falls during the closure of the trading day in Asia at the end of March and the Nikkei 225, which is the main selective of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, recorded a decline of 0.81% despite the very positive closure Wall Street recorded during the last session.
The fall of the main Asian indexes at the end of this week, with the known index Kospi, it is the main selective of the Seoul stock exchange, recorded a fall of 0.20 per cent to approximately 2,160 points.
Investors were carefully on the Seoul Exchange waiting to know the publication of the results of the large Samsung Electronics for next week. The biggest and popular global manufacturer of mobile devices will publish next Friday the results obtained during the first quarter of the year.
Samsung, that a few days ago presented the new smartphone Galaxy S8 family hope to continue strong earnings that they failed to register during the fourth quarter of 2016.
Hong Kong rates also registered a fall during the session of last Friday and that is why the Hang Seng, which is the benchmark indicator of this city, left a 0.68% to settle at 24.136 points at the close.
Asian indexes of thus advances that Wall Street recorded during the session last Thursday, after the Nasdaq composite index posted its new all-time highs closing, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.33%.
Wall Street rose after the estimate publication of the Gross Domestic Evaluation Product or by its acronyms the American GDP, by the Department of Commerce, thus picking up a two-tenths increase over the previous forecast.
While the Nikkei 225 yields 0.81%, Toshiba Corp. is up 6.06%. Investors received data on industrial production in Japan, up 2% month-on-month during the month of February, and Chinese industrial activity in March at its highest level of almost 5 years.
The Japanese stock market posted a drop during last week’s close, while its benchmark index, the Nikkei 225, compromised the level of 18,900 whole. The Topix index, which includes all the Japanese stocks in the first section, yielded 0.98% at the end of the session to reach 1,512 points.
It was Toshiba Corp. who posted the best performance among the Nikkei 225 components, posting a 6.06% gain, in the face of investor positivism after approving the spin-off of the memory chips branch.
In the foreign exchange market, the US Dollar pushed the Japanese Yen during the US session last Thursday and the Forex cross, the USD.JPY, remained below 112 yen after the day ended. Negotiation in Asia.