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Gulf markets narrowly mixed in early trade DUBAI: Gulf stock markets were mixed in narrow ranges during early trade on Wednesday, with buyers reluctant to commit in the absence of positive corporate news and because of geopolitical tension after Turkey's downing of a Russian warplane on Tuesday.The Dubai index edged down 0.2 percent as builder Arabtec, the most heavily traded stock, rebounded 0.9 percent after sinking 4.3 percent on Tuesday. Real estate firms were soft with Emaar down 0.5 percent.Abu Dhabi edged up 0.1 percent although Abu Dhabi National Energy jumped 10 percent to 0.44 dirham in unusually heavy trade. The company posted a big third-quarter loss and its shares have been trending down this year because of low oil prices, but in recent days they have bounced from a record low of 0.36 dirham.Qatar's index fell 0.3 percent as petrochemicals and metals producer Industries Qatar slipped 1.6 percent.Copyright Reuters, 2015

Tokyo shares close down on stronger yen, Russian jet shooting TOKYO: Tokyo shares fell from a three-month high Wednesday as a stronger yen and jitters over the Turkish downing of a Russian fighter jet weighed on the market.The benchmark Nikkei 225 index at the Tokyo Stock Exchange closed down 0.39 percent, or 77.31 points, at 19,847.58, while the broader Topix index of all first-section shares dropped 0.70 percent, or 11.27 points, to 1,594.67.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015

Asia airlines hit as Turkey jet strike sparks geopolitical fear HONG KONG: Asian stock markets retreated Wednesday, with airlines taking a hit as dealers fret over increased geopolitical tensions following the downing of a Russian jet by Turkey.Already delicate nerves were frayed on trading floors Tuesday after Turkey shot down the Russian war plane on the Syrian border. The incident sent shares in Europe tumbling and oil surging on supply fears, although the black gold dipped back in Asia. While Ankara said it struck after ...

Tokyo shares fall on strong yen, Russian jet shooting TOKYO: Tokyo shares fell Wednesday morning as a stronger yen and jitters over the Turkish shooting down of a Russian war plane weighed on the market after a five-session winning streak.Tokyo's decline followed modest gains on Wall Street after petroleum-linked shares were lifted by a rally in the oil market following the shooting incident on the Syrian border."Turkey shooting down the Russian plane is certainly not a positive event for markets -- this isn't something ...

Hong Kong stocks down by break but Shanghai rises HONG KONG: Shares in Hong Kong slipped in the morning session Wednesday, along with most other regional markets after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet, exacerbating geopolitical tensions.The benchmark Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong was 0.49 percent lower, dipping 111.27 points to 22,476.36.However, in Shanghai the benchmark composite index edged up 0.16 percent, or 5.79 points, to 3,621.90, while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, rose 1.03 percent, ...

Wall St opens lower on heightened security worries U.S. stocks opened lower on Tuesday as investors fled risky assets after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane, even as data pointed to stronger U.S. economic growth.The Dow Jones industrial average was down 48.5 points, or 0.27 percent, at 17,744.18, the S&P 500 was down 7.45 points, or 0.36 percent, at 2,079.14 and the Nasdaq composite index was off 32.15 points, or 0.63 percent, at 5,070.33.Copyright Reuters, 2015

Oil rises on Middle East tensions, weaker U.S. dollar LONDON: Oil prices rose three percent on Tuesday as tensions in the Middle East escalated following the downing of a Russian fighter jet near the Syrian-Turkish border, and a weaker dollar provided an incentive for investors to buy more oil.Brent futures for January were trading at a near two-week high of $46.23 a barrel at 1420 GMT, a 3 percent or $1.40 gain on Monday's close. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude was up 1.25 cents ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,813.39 0.01
Arrow Nasdaq 5,116.15 0.26
Arrow S&P 2,088.87 0.01
Arrow FTSE 6,337.64 0.96
Arrow DAX 11,169.54 2.15
Arrow CAC-40 4,892.99 1.51
Arrow Nikkei 19,847.58 0.39
Arrow H.Seng 22,498.00 0.40
Arrow Sensex 25,775.74 0.17

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