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JAKOTA Stocks on November 29, 2023

South Korea
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Blue Chip 150
Mid and Small Cap 2000
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On Wednesday, November 29th, the JAKOTA stock markets exhibited mixed performances, with declines in Japanese and South Korean stocks, a slight gain in the Taiwanese index, and stability in the JAKOTA indices. The day showcased notable movements in both gainers and losers across different sectors.

Mixed Signals in Asian Markets: Moderate Decline in Japan and South Korea, Marginal Gains in Taiwan, JAKOTA Indices Hold Steady

Japan (Nikkei 225 Index – NIK): Japanese shares experienced a moderate decline, falling by 0.3% to close at 33,321.22. The market’s negative movement reflected specific factors influencing key sectors and cautious investor sentiment.

South Korea (KOSPI Composite Index – 180721): The KOSPI showed a marginal decline, falling by 0.1% to 2,519.81. South Korean stocks exhibited a subtle downturn, influenced by sector-specific dynamics and overall market conditions.

Taiwan (TWSE Index): The TWSE demonstrated a slight gain, closing at 17,370.56 with an increase of 0.17%. The index’s marginal upward movement was influenced by specific market conditions and positive sentiments.

JAKOTA Blue Chip 150 Index maintained stability, closing at 115.49 USD with no significant change. Major blue-chip stocks exhibited a steady performance, contributing to the index’s unchanged value.

JAKOTA Mid and Small Cap 2000 Index also remained stable, settling at 110.50 USD with no significant change. The movements suggested a balanced outlook for mid and small-cap stocks in the regional market.

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