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Asia-Pacific markets fall; Greater China stock indexes led losses as Covid concerns resurge

Jul. 06, 2022 1:18 AM ETBy: Meghavi Singh, SA News Editor2 Comments

Japan -1.09%.

China -1.35%.

Hong Kong -1.44%

Australia -0.41%.

Overnight on Wall Street major indexes initially fell sharply on Tuesday stateside before rallying in the afternoon. The Nasdaq Composite ended the session 1.75% higher at 11,322.24, while the S&P 500 was up 0.16% at 3,831.39.The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed

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New York is next?

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The ''corona'' empire strikes back !! Can you spot the glee on the faces of people in some of the newsrooms? They have old footage they can re-run.

Watching the weakness in gold. Don't know if it will last or not. Contra, the USD became stronger, crossed 106. That is probably a leading indicator of despair in the markets. Will it last?

My eyes are set on NEM and AEM. Add as they weaken. Fine stocks.
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