Arab window Asian stocks opened for the fourth week on mixed performance, as Japanese equity indices, Chinese stock indices, equity indices in Hong Kong and South Korea, as well as stock indices in Australia and New Zealand all fell on Thursday.
Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouen is holding talks for the second day in a row with the senior official of the US Treasury Department, David Malbas, as new tariffs for China's imports in the United States are estimated at $ 16 billion.
In addition, markets want to initiate the economic policy seminar of the US Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas in Jackson Hole. This seminar will last all weekend, involving central bankers and finance ministers, as well as academics and financial market participants from around the world.
Governor of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, will speak Friday at the Jackson Hole Seminar on Monetary Policy in a Changing Economy, hours after the meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee, which took place at the end of July, July and early August.
The Japanese Nikkei 225 index gained 0.18% to achieve 41.35 points, while the Japanese Nikkei 225 index gained 0.16% and closed at 1.697.28. Level 22.403.90.
As for the Chinese stock indexes fell during the day as the CSI 300 index fell by 0.20% to lose 6.50 points to reach the level of 3.301.45. The Shanghai index also fell by 0.13% to lose 3.63 points and reached 2,710.98.
The Hang Seng index in Hong Kong fell by 0.78% to 218.66 points and reached 27,708.92. While the Kospi index of South Korea's shares fell by 0.12% to lose 218.66 points and reach the level of 2270.59
The NZX 50 index in New Zealand fell by 0.26% to 23.39 points to 9.139.22, but the S & P / ASX 200 index of the Australian equities declined by 0.32% to 20.08 points to lose to the level of 6245.90.