Taiwan stocks hit over 2-year closing high; TSMC jumps

Fri Oct 18, 2013 1:43am EDT

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TAIPEI, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Taiwan stocks rose 0.8 percent to
a 26-month closing high on Friday, led by gains in TSMC
 after the world's top contract chip maker posted
better-than-expected quarterly earnings.
     The main TAIEX index ended at 8,441.19, its highest
closing level since August 2011.
     TSMC jumped 3 percent, sending the electronics subindex
 up 1.3 percent.     

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 (Reporting by Faith Hung; Editing by Anand Basu)
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