Asian stock markets started on Monday without any major movements in the new week. The focus of the investors, among other things, the recent tensions between the United States and China, as well as the last failed negotiations over the Details of a new Corona package in Washington. At the start of the week expected subdued sales in the markets because of two important trading places in Asia - Japan and Singapore - holiday will remain due to the closed.
In South Korea were asked about the share of Hyundai. They climbed to a good ten percent to the highest level since may of 2018. The group unveiled new plans for E-cars. Hyundai wants to be vehicles by 2025, the world's third largest producer of electric.
In foreign exchange trading in the far East, the Euro rose 0.08 percent and the cost 1,1796 dollars.Updated Date: 09 August 2020, 23:19