SINGAPORE (Bloomberg) – Reports suggest that there was a massive surge in Asian markets today. The weakness from some of the big technology companies has led to American stocks being broken.
Japan, Australia and South Korea dropped. Futures opened a weak price in Hong Kong. Software developers and semi-manuals S & P 500 Index Futures were also weak. NASDAQ 100 Index declined by over 3 per cent after April. The global demand for industrial activity is declining and the supply chain is hampered by major technical companies operating for 10 years.
Japan's Tokyo-based index dropped by 9.10 per cent to 0.8 per cent. The S & P SX100 index of Australia lost 0.7 per cent and South Korean Cosmic index by 1 per cent. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index futures fell 1.2 per cent.
The Straits Times index fell by 32.99 points or 1.08 percent to close at 3,032.08.
S & P 500 futures slashed by 0.2 per cent each. On the night, the S & P 500 fell 1.7 per cent. Nasdaq lost 3.3 per cent per 100.
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