Asia-Pacific markets experienced a decline reminiscent of the mixed course experienced in September last year. Following an upward movement in treasury yields, the developments created a negative impact on markets. It is thought that oil prices, which negatively affected the confidence of Wall Street investors, contributed to the decline of the stock market which actually rose on Wednesday. The fall after a slight rise due to such developments made the Asian stock markets headlines last September too.
South Korean markets are closed for the three-day holiday called Chuseok or Hangawi. His reaction to the developments after the public holiday between 28 and 30 September is eagerly awaited.
The stock market has suspended shares of struggling China-based real estate company Evergrande, according to Hong Kong's Hang Seng index. Following this announcement, there was a 0.57 percent loss in value.
Mainland Chinese stocks started Thursday with a slight increase, with the CSI 300 gaining 0.21 percent.
On the other hand, Japan's Nikkei 225 lost 0.82 percent and the Topix lost a smaller 0.75 percent.
In Australia, the situation indicates an increase of 0.26 percent as the S&P/ASX 200 cured Wednesday's falling trend.