Asia-Pacific stocks generally rose on Friday

(Morning News) The news that China may relax measures against coronary disease in the market encouraged investor sentiment. Asia-Pacific stock markets generally rose on Friday (November 4). Singapore's Straits Times Index rose 27.6 points or 0.89% throughout the day.

The sea index closed at 3130.11 points. The overall trading volume 1.6 billion 50 million shares, with a total trading value of 1.2 billion 60 million yuan. There were 347 rising shares and 218 falling shares. In terms of the

regional stock market, the Hong Kong stock market was the biggest winner, rising 5.36% to 16161.14 points throughout the day. The Shenzhen, Shanghai and Malaysian stock markets rose 3.2%, 2.43% and 1.26% respectively.

Most of the 30 constituents of the index showed an upward trend, with CapitaLand Investment rising 5.59% to 3.21 yuan throughout the day. Leading the decline was Frasers Logistics & Commercial Trust, down 0.91% to 1.09 yuan.

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