Monday, March 24, 2008

Taiwan Stocks Surge After Ma Ying-jeou Wins Presidential Vote

Taiwan's advanced the
most in more than than seven old age at the start of trading, after
opposition campaigner Ma Ying-jeou won the island's presidential
election and investors stake his win will better the economy.

The benchmark Taiex gained 395.84 points, or 4.6 percent, to
8,920.83 as of 9:20 a.m. inch Taipei, after climbing 6.4 percent,
the most since Aug. 20, 2000 in earlier trading.

''This is unbelievable,'' said , who assists manage
$152 million inch finances at Truswell Securities Investing Trust Co.
in Taipei. ''People are fighting to purchase financials and real-
estate related stocks.''

Ma defeated the opinion Democratic Progressive Party's Frank
Hsieh by 17 percentage in the March 22 election after candidacy on
a platform of boosting the People'S Republic Of China economic system and improving neckties with

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