1 month Asian stock markets move up early Tuesday Oct 27 Reddit     

I’m seeing money moving into Asian stock markets early Tuesday. What’s interesting is that the stock markets that aren’t dominated by Brits or Americans are doing better than those that are. That suggests the capital inflow is money shifting into safe haven alternatives, i.e. to get away from volatile markets affected by the US election tightening and political risks increasing.

Truly global exporters are green: Japan, China (Shenzen & Shanghai) & India.

Anglo-world dominated markets not doing so well: Hong Kong, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand

So I’m seeing non-Anglo Asian markets as maybe viable safe havens for at least some green days going forward as election risks increase.

https://www.bloomberg.com/markets/stocks/world-indexes/asia-pacific

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