Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Asian markets muted; South Korean election, Australia budget in focus

Asian equities were mostly muted after soaring in the previous trading session with investors focused on key regional events unfolding in the day, including a presidential election in South Korea and the release of the Australian federal budget. South Koreans take to the polls today to choose a new leader after the ouster of former President Park Geun-Hye on bribery charges. The front-runner in the election is Moon Jae-in from the liberal Democratic Party of Korea. Polls show that Moon has secured 38 percent of support from voters among a total of 13 candidates.

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