Equity markets were mixed in Asia

1 January, 2016

Analysts at Brown Brothers Harriman noted that Asia was a mixed closed for 2015.

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"Of note, the Shanghai Composite slipped almost 1%, and is finishing the year with almost a 9.5% gain, after a spectacular run-up in the first part of the year and just as dramatic of a sell-off over the summer. The resumption of IPOs and the end of the ban selling from large holders may pose fresh challenges at the start of the New Year.


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