Tuesday , May 18 2021

Asia stocks off a 7-month peak, mood turns to be cautious By Reuters

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Wayne Cole

Asian shareholders have briefly downgraded the seven-month highs on Monday because investors were eager to recover US payment slippages and hinted more incentives in China, but caution soon appeared in front of what is likely to be a heavy US seasonal gain.

In a document posted on the central government website late on Sunday, Beijing announced it would intensify the policy of targeting the required bank reserves to encourage financing for small and medium-sized enterprises.

Chinese blue chips first climbed to an area not visited since March last year, to fade by 1 percent as the session lasted. MSCI's widest index of Asian-Pacific shares outside Japan has come to an end, reaching the highest level since August.

Japan was down 0.1 percent after it reached its highest level so far. The E-Mini coupon for softened 0.2 percent and maturity indicates a slight start for the major European stock exchanges.

On Wall Street, the S & P 500 index last week was bigger for the seventh day of trading, which is the longest series of wins since October 2017. ()

However, tests appear as major US banks begin what analysts expect will be the first trimester of earning corporate income from 2016.

JPMorgan Chase & Co Wells Fargo (NYSE 🙂 & Co will get the ball on Friday.

Prior to that, the logs from the last federal reserve policy meeting should be announced on Wednesday.

"Markets will see how FOMC has become useless," the analysts in TD Securities wrote in the note. "We have put very low, but there is no opportunity to discuss the reduction in rates, and the reverse interest rate increase is still in sight for most FED officials."

"Records will most likely show a climax in terms of nervousness around the perspective."


On Friday, the global sigh of relief in the US showed a solid 196,000 jobs in March, while annual growth in wages slowed to 3.2 percent.

"These data alleviate both negative and positive fears," said Alan Ruskin, global boss of the G10 FX strategy at The German bank (DE :). "The fears of soft growth have been threatened, but wage data does not indicate any further acceleration that would endanger inflation."

"The idea is that the US economy remains quite robust and does not justify any expectations of a reduction in the rate over the next six months, and will play this way to buy US dollars in relation to the major."

The dollar fell to 97.266 on Monday, falling from the peak in March to 97.710, which is the main resistance to resistance.

The dollar has surrendered some of its recent gains to the Japanese yen at 111.41, and has to clear the peak from March 112.12 to boost the real growth trend.

The euro was undermined by a series of tantalizing data from Europe and stopped at $ 1,1226, not far from the recent 20-month low of $ 1,1174.

Sterling had problems with his own $ 1.3063 bills as time goes by on the departure of Britain from the European Union on April 12, without a deal.

Prime Minister Theresa May must make a new plan to secure the postponement of EU leaders at the summit on Wednesday.

On the commodity markets, the faction was stronger at $ 1,296.52 per ounce.

Oil prices have risen to the highest level since November 2018, fueled by OPEC's current supply cuts and US sanctions against Iran and Venezuela. [O/R]

it was 28 cents to $ 63.36 a barrel, while the fathers increased by 29 cents to $ 70.63.

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