Taiwan stocks open down; glass and ceramic fall

Date: 27 September 2011
Source: http://www.reuters.com
TAIPEI, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Taiwan stocks opened down 0.28 percent on Monday, further easing from a two-year closing low on Friday, dragged down by glass and ceramic counters.

By 0104 GMT, the main TAIEX index fell 0.27 percent to 7,026.44 points, after closing down 3.55 percent in the previous session.   

Electronics shares were down 0.31 percent, while financial shares were flat.   

The Taiwan dollar weakened 0.6 percent to T$30.568.   

Foreign investors were net sellers on Friday, bringing their total selling at T$81.952 billion this month.    

Read the full story: www.reuters.com/article/2011/09/26/markets-taiwan-stocks-idUST8E7JM02O20110926

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Date: 27 September 2011
Source: http://www.reuters.com

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