Taiwan stocks down; Apple suppliers tumble

Wed Oct 5, 2011 1:39am EDT

 TAIPEI, Oct 5 (Reuters) - Taiwan stocks ended down 0.83
percent on Wednesday, with Apple inc suppliers falling
after the California company's newest iPhone disappointed Wall
Street and fans.  	
 Hon Hai slipped 1.89 percent, while casing maker
Foxconn Technology was limit-down. Camera module maker
Largan Precision plunged 6.59 percent. Apple's rival
smartphone maker HTC however edged up 0.6 percent.	
 The main TAIEX index fell 58.72 points to 6,989.15,
after opening up 0.19 percent.  	
 Banking shares shed 1.39 percent on concerns over 	
deepening sovereign debt woes in Europe.  	
 The Taiwan dollar strengthened 0.19 percent to
T$30.623.  	
 Foreign investors were net sellers on Tuesday, offloading 	
T$2.783 billion.  	
 	
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 (Reporting by Clare Jim; Editing by Jonathan Standing)