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JAKOTA Stocks on December 13, 2023

South Korea
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Blue Chip 150
Mid and Small Cap 2000
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On Wednesday December 13th, the JAKOTA stock markets experienced mixed trends, with gains in Japanese stocks, a decline in South Korean stocks, and marginal movements in the Taiwanese index. JAKOTA indices showed slight decreases. Notable performances among top gainers and losers shaped the market dynamics.

Diverse Market Responses Across JAKOTA: Japan’s Nikkei Rises, South Korea’s KOSPI Drops, Taiwan’s TWSE Inches Upward, JAKOTA Indices Down

Japan (Nikkei 225 Index – NIK): Japanese shares demonstrated a positive trend, with the Nikkei 225 gaining 0.3% to close at 32,926.35. The market’s upward movement suggested improved investor sentiment influenced by specific factors impacting key sectors.

South Korea (KOSPI Composite Index – 180721): The KOSPI displayed a decline, dropping by 1.0% to 2,510.66. South Korean stocks faced challenges, influenced by sector-specific dynamics and overall market conditions.

Taiwan (TWSE Index): The TWSE showed marginal gains, closing at 17,468.93 with an increase of 0.10%. Sector-specific factors contributed to the slight upward trend in Taiwan’s stock market.

JAKOTA Blue Chip 150 Index experienced a minor decline, closing at 115.85 USD, indicating a decrease of 0.22%. Major blue-chip stocks in the region showed slight weakness, contributing to the index’s modest decrease.

JAKOTA Mid and Small Cap 2000 Index showed a slight decrease, settling at 111.49 USD with a marginal loss of 0.20%. The movements suggested a cautious outlook for mid and small-cap stocks in the regional market.

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