November Is the Best Month for Asia Stocks in a Long, Long Time – Bloomberg

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November is turning out to be the best month for Asia stocks since early 1990s relative to their global peers.
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index jumped 14% this month, set for its biggest jump since 1998, as benchmarks in markets from Hong Kong to the Philippines saw strong gains that cracked records held for at least a decade. The MSCI All Country World Index is up less than 6%.


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