What did Corona do with Asian stock indices in 2020?
News_Code: 354991 1/2/2021 11:59:00 AM
What did Corona do with Asian stock indices in 2020?
2020 ended as a different year for Asian stocks. Some indices in the region ended with a big leap, while others suffered a heavy fall under the Corona pandemic's influence.

According to CNBC, 2020 ended with a different year for Asian stocks. Some indices in the region ended with a big leap, while others suffered a heavy fall under the Corona pandemic's influence.

China's Shenzhen index outperformed other Asian indices, jumping 38.73% in 2020. The CSI 300 index, which tracks China's largest companies, also outperformed in 2020, jumping 27.21 percent.

The South Korean KOSPI index also jumped more than 30% in 2020 to have a very successful year.

The performance of key Asian indices in 2020 was as follows:

ISX Australia: Negative 1.45%

Shanghai Composite: Positive 13.87%

Hang Seng Hong Kong: Negative 3.4%

SENSEX India: Positive 15.75%

Nifty India: Positive 14.9%

Nikki Japan: Positive 16.01%

Malaysian FTSE: positive 2.42%

PSA Philippine: Negative 8.64%

Taiex Taiwan: Positive 22.8%

AAT Thailand: Negative 8.26%

Vietnam Index: Positive 14.87%

 According to Nomura's senior strategist, Jim Caffry, with the entry into 2021, regions such as China, Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea will be a safe investment for investors worldwide.