The Taipei stock and foreign exchange markets both closed in the black today (30), the weighted index fell 414 points, breaking the 10,000 mark. It did not expand further. It depreciated 4.4 cents at the end to close at 29.726 yuan. The total transaction value of Taipei and Yuantai foreign exchange market was 1.3265 billion US dollars.
The exchange rate of the New Taiwan dollar against the US dollar weakened for 3 consecutive trading days. However, at the end of the month and the quarter, exporters seized the time to sell foreign exchange, which limited the depreciation of the exchange rate. Slightly restrained, it closed at 29.726 yuan, down 4.4 cents. The transaction value of Taipei foreign exchange market was 876 million US dollars, and that of Yuantai foreign exchange market was 450.5 million US dollars.
The electronics group of Taiwan stocks is full of green, the wafer duo has been heavily adjusted, the financial and production groups are also powerless, and the Qianjin stocks are left with 7 files. Foreign withdrawals amounted to 22.7 billion yuan, which was three consecutive sales, and the monthly line of Taiwan stocks also turned black, with a cumulative evaporation of 1982 points in June.
Looking at the performance of major currencies against the U.S. dollar, the U.S. dollar index rose 0.56% today, the euro dropped 0.67%, the Singapore dollar depreciated 0.17%, the Japanese yen and the New Taiwan dollar depreciated 0.15%, the Korean won and the Chinese yuan rose slightly by 0.05% and 0.03%. There are ups and downs.
Looking at the first half of this year, according to the statistics of the central bank, the US dollar index rose by 9.83%, the Japanese yen became the weakest currency in Asia, depreciated by 15.5% against the US dollar, the Korean won by 8.44%, the euro by 7.7%, and the New Taiwan dollar by 6.85%. Slightly better than the Korean won, the RMB depreciated 4.72% against the US dollar, and the Singapore dollar was relatively resistant to decline in the first half of the year, depreciating 2.71% against the US dollar.