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    EMERGING MARKETS-Taiwan, S.Korean stocks shine on Nvidia results; Asian FX edges lower

    (.) * Taiwan stocks hit fresh record high * Singapore stocks fall 1.4% * China's Feb PMI & India's Q4 GDP due next week By Ayushman Ojha Feb 23 (Reuters) - Stocks in Taiwan logged another record high and South Korean shares were at their highest level since May 2022 on Friday as AI chipmaker Nvidia's results drove a global tech rally, while inflation in Singapore and Malaysia came in lower than expected. Equities in Taiwan rose as much as 0.9% and South Korean stocks gained as much as 1.2% after Nvidia, on Wednesday, forecast a roughly three-fold jump in first-quarter revenue on strong demand for its AI chips. Malaysian stocks were 0.2% higher after the country's consumer price index rose less than expected in January.

  • Reuters SG

    RPT-EMERGING MARKETS-Taiwan, S.Korean stocks shine on Nvidia results; Asian FX muted

    Equities in Taiwan rose as much as 0.9%, while South Korean stocks gained as much as 1.2%, after Nvidia on Wednesday forecast a roughly three-fold jump in first-quarter revenue on strong demand for its AI chips. Malaysian stocks were marginally higher after the country's consumer price index in January rose 1.5% from a year earlier, below the 1.6% growth forecast by economists in a Reuters poll.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Taiwan, S.Korean stocks shine on Nvidia results; Asian FX muted

    * Taiwan stocks hit fresh record high * Singapore stocks fall 1.4% * China's Feb PMI & India's Q4 GDP due next week By Ayushman Ojha Feb 23 (Reuters) - Stocks in Taiwan logged another record high and South Korean shares were at their highest level since May 2022 on Friday as AI chipmaker Nvidia's results drove a global tech rally, while inflation in Singapore and Malaysia came in lower than expected. Equities in Taiwan rose as much as 0.9%, while South Korean stocks gained as much as 1.2%, after Nvidia on Wednesday forecast a roughly three-fold jump in first-quarter revenue on strong demand for its AI chips. Malaysian stocks were marginally higher after the country's consumer price index in January rose 1.5% from a year earlier, below the 1.6% growth forecast by economists in a Reuters poll.