On Wednesday most of the main Asian stocks markets finished the day higher, following remarks from the U.S. President that suggested once more than a strictly guarded trade deadline in March may be pushed back. Mainland Chinese markets ended higher following a rocky session that marked a consolidation between positive and negative area. The Shanghai Composite increased around 0.2% and finished at 2,761.20 while the Shenzhen component climbed more than 0.3% to 8,473.40. The Shenzhen composite also raised about 0.3% to close at 1,448.22.
Trump eases over the trade deadline
Daily Analysis - 20/02/2019