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FxWirePro: Asian markets in green, gold hovers around $1,490 mark
All the major Asian indices were trading on a higher note on Wednesday. Gold was trading around $1,490 mark while silver was trading around $18.11 mark.
Japan’s Nikkei was trading 0.84 pct higher at 21,572.77 points.
Australia’s S&P/ASX200 was trading 0.13 pct higher at 6,622.55 points.
Hong Kong's hang seng index was trading 1.44 percent higher at 27,072.88 points.
Taiwan stock was trading 0.45 percent lower at 10,751.33 points.
South Korea’s kospi was trading 0.60 percent higher at 2,044.60 points.
India’s NSE Nifty was trading 0.33 pct higher at 11,038.05 points while BSE sensex was trading 0.38 points higher at 37,284.93 points.