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Asian markets were mixed ahead of a private survey on economic activity.

A man billows smoke over the city skyline on February 2, 2021 in Perth, Australia.

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Asia-Pacific markets were mixed on Monday ahead of several economic data from the region, including inflation data from Malaysia and Singapore.

in Japan, Nikki 225 The week opened 0.95% higher, while the Topix was also up 0.57%. Japan will also release a private survey for its Purchasing Managers’ Index in July.

In Australia, S&P/ASX 200 An increase of 0.13%, as the country saw flush estimates for its July composite PMI fall into contractionary territory for the first time since March.

South Korea’s Kospi was down 0.44 percent, while the Kosdaq saw a loss of 1.07 percent after hitting its highest level since April 2022 last week.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index looks poised for a lower start to the week with futures at 18,953, compared with the HSI’s last close of 19,560.57.

US markets were mixed last Friday, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 0.01 percent to its 10th straight day of gains, not seen for the index since August 2017.

— CNBC’s Brian Evans and Alex Herring contributed to this report.


Source by [CNBC News]



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