In North Asia, the gainers were led by real estate services firm Leju Holdings Limited (LEJU) and educational services provider China Online Education Group (COE), which climbed 9.3% and 6.6% respectively. They were followed by media company Phoenix New Media Limited (FENG) and housing transaction platform KE Holdings Inc. (BEKE), which rose 6% and 5.9%.
The decliners in North Asia were led by financial planning platform Jianpu Technology Inc. (JT) and solar equipment company ReneSola Ltd (SOL), which fell 15% and 7% respectively. They were followed by semiconductor company United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) and online luxury retailer Secoo Holding Limited (SECO), which lost 6.7% and 3.8%.
In South Asia, the gainers were led by bank holding company ICICI Bank Limited (IBN) and automaker Tata Motors Limited (TTM), which rose 3.6% and 3.2% respectively. They were followed by digital entertainment firm Sea Limited (SE) and IT company Infosys Limited (INFY), which were up 1.8% and 1.4%.
The decliners in South Asia were led by biotech firm ASLAN Pharmaceuticals Limited (ASLN), which lost 2%, followed by telecommunications operator Telekomunikasi Indonesia (TLK) and business process management company WNS Holdings (WNS), which were down 0.7% and 0.6% respectively.
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