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Taiwan stocks post 1st fall in 5 sessions; Apple suppliers down TAIPEI: Taiwan stocks fell 0.8 percent in their first loss in five sessions on Tuesday, dragged down by Apple suppliers including Hon Hai on media reports that Apple has cut orders for liquid crystal displays from suppliers such as Japan Displays Inc and Sharp Corp.   The main TAIEX index ended down 58.95 points at 7,765.02. Hon Hai, a major supplier of i Phones, dropped 3.4 percent and Genius shed 2.2 percent, sending electronics shares 0.95 percent lower.   The Taiwan dollar jumped by T$0.107 to stand at T$28.951 to the US dollar. Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...

US stocks have mixed day of trading NEW YORK: Stock markets had a mixed day on Monday as the Dow Jones industrials finished in positive territory while other leading indices closed in the red.   At the close of trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 21.65 points (0.16 percent) at 13,510.08.   But the broad-based S&P 500 fell 1.22 (0.08 percent) to 1,470.83. Also lower was the Nasdaq Composite, which fell 8.13 (0.26 percent) to 3,117.50.   Dell shares soared on rumors that the computer maker ...
TSX flat as optimism for RIM offsets energy stocks TORONTO: Toronto's main stock exchange finished little changed on Monday as a rally in Research In Motion Ltd shares was offset by softer energy stocks, which were pressured in part by choppy oil prices.   The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was up 0.91 of a point at 12,603.09. Energy and materials were the only sectors in negative territory.   Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...
S&P, Nasdaq dip as Apple weighs NEW YORK: Wall Street slipped on Monday, weighed down by shares of Apple in the face of demand concerns, while investors faced a busy week for earnings in what is expected to be a lackluster quarter.   Apple lost 2.8 percent to $505.84 as the biggest drag on both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 indexes after reports that the tech company has cut orders for LCD screens and other parts for the iPhone 5 this quarter ...
RIM shares jump ahead of BlackBerry 10 launch TORONTO: Shares of Research In Motion Ltd  surged as much as 11 percent on Monday as the countdown toward the Jan. 30 launch of its long-awaited BlackBerry 10 smartphones winds down and carrier support for the new line builds.   RIM stock rose as high C$15.08 in early Nasdaq trading. Some analysts said a dearth of any major smartphone news at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week boded well for RIM as it inches ...
TSX hits 10 months high TORONTO: Canada's main stock index rose to a 10-month high on Monday, led by an 11 percent rise in Research In Motion Ltd, as investor optimism over the upcoming launch of its BlackBerry 10 devices gained momentum.   Strength in the materials sector, which includes mining stocks, further supported the market, while volatile oil prices were a drag on the energy sector and kept the gains in check.   RIM shares were consolidating a 13-percent gain made on Friday. ...
US stocks mixed ahead of earnings this week NEW YORK: US stocks were mixed in opening trade Monday ahead of a heavy week of earnings releases.   Six minutes into the trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 4.22 points (0.03 percent) to 13,492.65.   The broad-based S&P 500 lost 0.73 point (0.05 percent) at 1,471.32, while the Nasdaq Composite slipped 5.73 (0.18 percent) to 3,119.90. The middling results in the US followed a strong day of trading in Asia, where markets were boosted by comments ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,031.14 0.26
Arrow Nasdaq 4,518.90 1.07
Arrow S&P 1,984.13 0.07
Arrow FTSE 6,804.21 0.04
Arrow DAX 9,659.63 0.09
Arrow CAC-40 4,428.63 0.29
Arrow Nikkei 15,948.29 0.25
Arrow H.Seng 24,356.99 0.97
Arrow Sensex 26,816.56 0.90

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