Chinese exports rose to its lowest level in nearly two years during October, where it recorded an increase of 15.9% compared with the prior highest recorded rise of 17.1% as a result of the negative impact by the euro-zone crisis that led to this weak demand, adding pressure on the second-largest economy in the world to preserve high growth rates.

Meanwhile, Chinese fell after the data of the trade balance and exports were released, where the Shanghai index fell by 1.3% to reach 2,492.12 points, While the Yuan's trading fell by 0.2% in Shanghai.