Market turmoil has also pushed domestic buying up due to lower Omicron concerns and signals from China

Asian markets rallied today amid concerns over Omicron and better Chinese brands. The company announced its tax policy on Monday.

Market turmoil has also pushed domestic buying up due to lower Omicron concerns and signals from China

Asian markets, including home businesses, are showing signs of recovery today. Large Asian companies will now experience growth from their lowest level in a year. Even in this Indian market there is a low level of buying today. All major Asian market metrics rose 0.5% to 1.5% today. Among them, an important indicator of the Indian economy recorded the strongest growth.

Outside Japan, the MSCI Asia-Pacific Index rose more than 0.5% today after falling on Monday. This measure crossed 6% this year. In contrast, the Australian S & P / ASX 200 was up 0.5% on Tuesday while the Japanese Nikkei was up more than 1%. The biggest gain, Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index, rose 1.3% today. The Chinese CSI 300 index also rose more than 0.5%. So far this year, Hong Kong's economy has suffered the biggest losses, with India and Taiwan the biggest losers.

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Asian markets recovered today by reducing concerns over the Omicron and better signs from China. The company announced its tax policy on Monday. This increased bank liquidity by 188.18 trillion won. A key U.S. official said in a statement that there was no sign that Omicron had had a greater impact. Meanwhile, in South Africa, where Omicron's first report was received, hospital conditions were under control.

If we look at signals from foreign markets, there are also purchases in the domestic market. After dropping for the past two days, the pre-test is now up over 1.5%. Sensex has broken over 1,700 in the past two days. But all over the world today, good characters have followed low levels. Nifty peaked at 17,200 and Sensex at 57,800 in the afternoon.

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