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July 3 (Reuters) - Vietnam and Taiwan stocks lead the Asia-Pacific region in June with gains of 5.24 pct and 3.53 pct respectively.
Indian stocks fell more than 1 percent in June on profit-taking and shares ahead of the launch of a unified goods and services tax (GST). The NSE index’s decline in June was the first monthly fall this year.
Malaysian equities also fell marginally last month.
The region’s gains for the year so far were led by South Korea followed by India and Taiwan.
Asian markets performance in June: tmsnrt.rs/2t8oBZ7 Asian markets performance this year: tmsnrt.rs/2t8d7EY Asian markets valuations: tmsnrt.rs/2sLkNtn Asian markets-Analyst revision scores: tmsnrt.rs/2t85e2J
Vietnam’s Q2 economic growth quickens, thanks to manufacturing
Moody’s and Fitch upgrade Vietnam’s rating to positive from stable
Asian tech supplants oil as main fuel for emerging stocks (Reporting by Gaurav Dogra and Patturaja Murugaboopathy; Editing by Gopakumar Warrier)