Asian markets are getting smashed

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Asian markets, as indicated by stock futures earlier this morning, have resumed trade on Monday, deep in the red.

The Nikkei 225 in Tokyo is currently off 2.28%, weighed down by a stronger yen, while the KOSPI in South Korea has fallen nearly 1.5%.

In Australia, despite further monetary policy easing in China over the weekend, the ASX 200 has fallen 1.66%, taking its year-to-date gain to just 0.8%.

Here’s the regional scoreboard upon the resumption of trade.


  • Nikkei 225 -2.28%
  • KOSPI -1.50%
  • ASX 200 -1.66%
  • NZX50 -0.93%


  • EUR/USD -1.37%
  • EUR/JPY -2.19%
  • USD/JPY -0.77%
  • AUD/USD -0.41%
  • NZD/USD -0.23%


  • Gold +0.91%
  • WTI Crude -1.44%

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