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2024-06-21
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Nhật Bản08:25:15
The Nikkei 225 Index rose 0.1% to around 38,690 while the broader Topix Index gained 0.4% to 2,737 on Friday, rising for the second straight session even after data showed that inflation in Japan accelerated in May. The annual headline inflation rate jumped to 2.8% in May from 2.5% in April, the highest reading since February. The core inflation rate also accelerated to 2.5% from 2.2%, but came in below forecasts of 2.6%. Markets also reacted to data showing manufacturing sector growth in Japan eased in June, while services activity contracted for the first time in nearly two years. Notable gains were seen from index heavyweights such as SoftBank Group (0.3%), Toyota Motor (0.7%), Mitsubishi UFJ (0.7%), Sony Group (0.8%) and Fast Retailing (1.4%). Meanwhile, technology stocks mostly declined, reflecting similar moves on Wall Street overnight. The benchmark indexes are on track to end the week with small losses.
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Châu Úc08:03:46
The S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 0.2% to above 7,780 on Friday, hitting its highest levels in over a week, with mining and energy stocks leading the advance amid stronger commodity prices. Those moves came as traders piled on bets that the US Federal Reserve will deliver at least one interest rate cut this year. Investors also digested data showing Australia’s June private sector expanded the least in five months as services activity remained in the black while manufacturing activity contracted further. Gains in the mining and energy sectors were led by BHP Group (0.4%), Rio Tinto (0.7%), Woodside Energy (0.3%), Santos (0.8%) and Northern Star Resources (1.6%). In corporate news, Woolworths Group jumped 2.3% after Morgan Stanley raised the firm’s price target to A$37 per share. The benchmark index is on track to end the week higher.
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Nhật Bản07:41:00
The au Jibun Bank Japan Services PMI slipped to 49.8 in June 2024 from a final 53.8 in April, a preliminary reading showed. It was the first contraction in the service sector since August 202, with new orders, new export orders, and employment all increasing at softer rates. Concurrently, backlogs of work eased. Regarding prices, input cost inflation climbed but firms raised average charges at the slowest pace in seven months to support sales. Looking ahead, business confidence hit its lowest level since March 2022, due to concerns over labor constraints and higher prices.
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Nhật Bản07:38:00
The au Jibun Bank Japan Composite PMI fell to 50.0 in June 2024 from a final 52.6 in May, flash data showed. It was the lowest figure since December 2023, as services activity contracted for the first time since August 2022 while the manufacturing sector expanded at a softer pace. Both new orders and overseas sales declined after increasing in May. At the same time, employment growth slowed while backlogs of work fell less than that in May. On the cost front, input prices rose the most in over a year due to a weak yen and rising labor costs. Meanwhile, output cost inflation moderated. Finally, confidence stayed upbeat but the degree of optimism eased.
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Nhật Bản07:36:00
The au Jibun Bank Japan Manufacturing PMI declined to 50.1 in June 2024 from a final 50.4 in May and below the market forecast of 50.6, as new orders posted a modest reduction, with new export orders declining faster amid price pressures. It marked the second straight month of expansion in the sector, as output grew for the first time in just over a year, supported by higher production, preliminary estimates showed. Employment increased for the fourth consecutive month and at a faster, with backlogs of work falling less than in April. Purchasing activity growth accelerated while delivery times shortened. On the price front, both input and output inflation accelerated. Finally, business sentiment improved.
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Hoa Kỳ07:17:00
US stock futures steadied on Friday after the major averages ended mixed in the previous session as investors rotated out of mega-cap technology stocks into more reasonably valued sectors. In regular trading on Thursday, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite dropped 0.25% and 0.79%, respectively, with both benchmarks pulling back from record highs. Meanwhile, the Dow gained 0.77% for its best day this month. Those moves came as investors took some profits in high-flying artificial intelligence-related tech stocks such as Nvidia (-3.5%), Apple (-2.2%), Broadcom (-3.8%), Micron Technology (-6%), Qualcomm (-5.1%) and Arm Holdings (-7.7%). Still, eight out of the 11 S&P sectors finished higher, led by energy, utilities and financials. Investors now look ahead to the latest US PMI readings on Friday, as well as an earnings report from CarMax.
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Hoa Kỳ07:00:03
US500 CFD increased to an all-time high of 5550.00 Index Points. Over the past 4 weeks, United States Stock Market Index (US500) gained 3.03%, and in the last 12 months, it increased 25.58%.
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Nhật Bản06:39:00
Food prices in Japan rose by 4.1% from a year earlier in May 2024, slowing from a 4.3% growth in the previous month and marking the softest increase since June 2022, with cost moderating further for dairy products & eggs (0.9% vs 2.7% in April in March), fish & seafood (0.4% vs 1.2%), fresh fruits (12.5% vs 14.5%), alcoholic beverages (1.7% vs 1.9%), beverages (3.8% vs 4.0%), cakes & candies (4.9% vs 5.7%), and oil, fats & seasonings (1.9% vs 3.8%). Meantime, inflation was stable for meats (at 2.1%) amid an acceleration in prices of fresh vegetables (14.4% vs 13.5%), cereals (6.0% vs 5.3%), and cooked food (3.6% vs 3.5%).
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Nhật Bản06:36:00
The annual inflation rate in Japan accelerated to 2.8% in May 2024 from 2.5% in April, pointing to the highest reading since February. There was a steep upswing in electricity prices as energy subsidies fully ended (14.7% vs -1.1% in April), reversing declines in the prior 15 months. At the same time, prices rose further for food (4.1% vs 4.3%), housing (0.6% vs 0.6%), transport (2.3% vs 2.7%), furniture & household utensils (2.9% vs 2.5%), clothes (2.2% vs 2.2%), healthcare (1.1% vs 1.2%), culture (5.2% vs 6.2%), miscellaneous (1.2% vs 1.1%), and communication (0.4% vs 1.0%). By contrast, education prices fell for the second straight month (-1.0% vs -0.9%). The core inflation rate increased to 2.5% from April's 3-month low of 2.2%, compared with market forecasts of 2.6%. Monthly, the CPI rose by 0.5%, the most since last October.
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Nhật Bản06:35:00
The core consumer price index in Japan, which excludes fresh food but includes fuel costs, increased 2.5% year-on-year in May 2024, below market expectations of a 2.6% gain, as the food inflation eased to a 23-month low of 4.1%. The latest figures accelerated for the first time in three months from April's three-month low of 2.2%. It marked the 26th consecutive month that Japan’s core inflation figure remained at or above the BOJ’s target, holding the central bank under pressure to tighten policy further. The central bank shifted monetary policy in March, raising interest rates for the first time since 2007 and ending eight years of negative interest rates amid rising wages and high inflation. BOJ Governor Kazuo Ueda has said the central bank will raise rates if it becomes more convinced that inflation will durably hit 2% backed by robust domestic demand and higher wages.
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Vương quốc Anh06:17:00
The GfK Consumer Confidence indicator in the United Kingdom rose to -14 in June 2024 from -17 in May, improving for the third consecutive month to the highest level since November 2021 and coming in better than forecasts of -16. The latest figure reflected British households’ improved assessment of the broader economy and easing concerns about their personal finances. The reading also came on the heels of data showing UK inflation returned to the central bank’s 2% target in May, although the cost of living crisis continued to dampen consumption. Joe Staton, client strategy director at GfK, said: "While June's reading of -14 is the third month in a row that confidence has increased, the headline score remains negative owing to the difficulties so many have experienced as the unrelenting cost-of-living crisis batters household budgets.”
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Châu Úc06:15:34
The Judo Bank Flash Australia Manufacturing PMI dropped to 47.5 in June from 49.7 in May, indicating the fastest deterioration in manufacturing conditions since March and marking the fifth consecutive month of decline. High interest rates and weakening market conditions led to quicker declines in new orders and production. However, new export orders increased for the second month in a row. Manufacturers reduced inventory levels and employment fell after a slight rise in May. Inflation rates eased, but lead times lengthened significantly. Rising input prices, driven by higher raw material, transport, and energy costs, were below the series average. Output prices rose at the slowest pace in three months, with some manufacturers reducing margins to stay competitive. Business confidence fell to its lowest level since November 2023.
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Châu Úc06:13:07
The Judo Bank Flash Australia Services PMI Business Activity Index decreased to 51.0 in June from 52.5 in May, flash estimates showed. It was the slowest expansion in five months. Services activity growth slowed due to a slight reduction in new business, with softer economic conditions affecting demand, including a decline in new export business. Job creation eased as capacity pressures decreased. Cost pressures also eased, with average input prices rising at the slowest rate in 33 months, although output prices continued to rise above the average rate. Despite remaining optimistic about future business activity, service providers' confidence fell to a seven-month low.
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Châu Úc06:09:46
The Judo Bank Australia Composite Output Index expansion slowed to 50.6 in June, from 52.1 in May, according to flash readings. It marked the fifth straight month of expansion in Australia's private sector, albeit the lowest one. The service sector drove business activity, while manufacturing output fell more sharply. New orders declined across both sectors, attributed to high interest rates and weak economic conditions. Firms cleared backlogs with increased staffing levels, although job creation was the slowest in seven months and limited to the service sector. Input costs rose at the slowest pace in over three years, leading to softer selling price increases. Business confidence dropped to a seven-month low due to concerns about further economic deterioration.
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New Zealand05:55:00
New Zealand's equities lost 68 points or 0.6% to 11,704 on Friday morning trade, shifting from an upbeat session the day before due to steep losses among consumer durables, non-energy minerals, and healthcare. In the US, Wall Street's S&P 500 and Nasdaq ended lower Thursday after a slump in housing starts and a rise in jobless claims. Meanwhile, some Fed officials cautioned about expecting rate cuts too soon. The NZX 50 is heading for a near 1.5% slump for the week amid caution ahead of May trade data in the Pacific nation and readings on business and consumer mood in the upcoming week. Capping the fall were Thursday's figures showing New Zealand’s economy exited a recession in Q1 of 2024 after back-to-back downturns in 18 months. In key trade partner China, the central bank maintained key lending rates at record lows, on attempts to spur economic recovery. Bellwether Fisher & Paykel Healthcare sank 1.4% while Meridian Energy Ltd and Auckland Intl. Airport fell 1.1% and 0.8%, each.
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Hàn Quốc04:17:56
Producer inflation in South Korea jumped by 2.3 percent from a year earlier in April 2024, up following a 1.8 percent rise in the previous month. It marked the highest figure since March 2023 led by a jump in prices of manufacturing products (1.9 percent vs 1 percent in April) and services (2.4 percent vs 1.9 percent). Meanwhile, costs rose at the same pace for electric power, water, and gas (3.9 percent), but went up softer for agricultural, forestry, and marine products (2.3 percent vs 1.9 percent). On a monthly basis, producer inflation slowed to five month low of 0.1 percent down from 0.3% in the previous month.
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Hoa Kỳ03:35:05
In New York, the Dow Jones Index rose 300 points or 0.77 percent on Thursday. Leading the gains are , Salesforce (4.41%), Chevron (2.07%), IBM (1.92%). Top losers were , Dow (-2.33%), Apple (-2.16%), Coca-Cola (-0.81%).
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Canada03:03:34
The S&P/TSX Composite Index rose 0.3% to close at 21,581 on Thursday, rebounding from a near four-month low in the previous session, driven by gains in oil-backed and metals-related equities. Oil prices reached seven-week highs amid reduced US inventories and geopolitical tensions in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, raising concerns about supply disruptions and benefiting Canadian oil producers. The energy sector led the uptrend with an average increase of 0.5%, led by Canadian Natural's 1.4% rise and Imperial Oil's 1.2% gain. Copper and bullion prices also rose, supporting Barrick Gold with a 2.6% increase, Agnico Eagle up 2%, Wheaton Precious Metals gaining 1.8%, and First Quantum rising 1.4%.
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Hoa Kỳ03:02:00
The S&P 500 closed 0.2% lower on Thursday after briefly peaking at a new high of 5,500. Similarly, the Nasdaq retreated by 0.8% from earlier record levels, reflecting a pullback in the performance of tech megacaps. Meanwhile, the Dow popped by 300, supported by Amazon (+1.8%) and Salesforce (+4.3%). Chip giant Nvidia, pared earlier gains and sank by 3.5% to close below Microsoft giving up its position as the world’s largest company by market cap. Meanwhile, Microsoft and Apple lost 0.1% and 2.1%, respectively. Investors took advantage of the sector’s strong momentum and cashed their gains while continuing to speculate on how far megacaps that lead the AI rally can continue to carry major stock indices, as economic data shows growing evidence that the US economy is slowly losing its resilience to higher interest rates by the Fed. Initial unemployment claims held close to their 10-month high in the middle of June, while housing starts, building permits, and retail sales declined in May.
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Canada02:24:00
The yield on the Canadian 10-year government bond rebounded to over 3.36% from a four-month low of 3.28% seen June 14th, tracking higher US Treasury yields despite weak US economic data. Meanwhile, investors parsed through the latest BoC minutes following the widely expected 25 basis points rate cut. The Bank of Canada considered delaying rate cuts until July due to uncertainties surrounding inflation and economic recovery but ultimately proceeded with a reduction to 4.75% to stimulate economic growth amidst global challenges. This decision addressed concerns over persistent inflation pressures and aimed to support the Canadian economy amid uncertain global conditions, with investors now evaluating its potential impact on future economic indicators and market sentiment.
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Hoa Kỳ00:49:32
The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq 100 dropped 0.3% and 1%, respectively, after touching record highs earlier in the session as tech megacaps were unable to extend their outperformance. Chip giant Nvidia, recently crowned the world’s largest company by market capitalization, swung from morning gains to trade 2.5% lower while Microsoft and Apple lost 0.5% and 2.2%. Investors took advantage of the sector’s strong momentum and cashed their gains while continuing to speculate on how far megacaps that lead the AI rally can continue to carry major stock indices, as economic data shows growing evidence that the US economy is slowly losing its resilience to higher interest rates by the Fed. Initial unemployment claims held close to their 10-month high in the middle of June, while housing starts, building permits, and retail sales net of autos unexpectedly declined in May according to reports this week. Meanwhile, the smaller impact of tech on the Dow allowed the index to rise 200 points.
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Hoa Kỳ23:20:07
The average rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage fell by 8bps from the previous week to 6.87% as of June 20th, the lowest in two months, according to Freddie Mac. The move was aligned with another drop in long-dated Treasury yields in the period, as a softer inflation print for May raised hopes that the Federal Reserve will cut benchmark borrowing costs this year. The average rate for a 3-year mortgage was 6.67% in the corresponding period of the previous year. “Mortgage rates fell for the third straight week following signs of cooling inflation and market expectations of a future Fed rate cut,” said Sam Khater, Freddie Mac’s Chief Economist. “These lower mortgage rates coupled with the gradually improving housing supply bodes well for the housing market. Aspiring homeowners should remember it’s important to shop around for the best mortgage rate as they can vary widely between lenders.”
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Nước Ý23:12:08
In Milan, the FTSE MIB Index rose 440 points or 1.32 percent on Thursday. Leading the gains are , Recordati (2.63%), A2A (2.50%), Azimut Holding (2.41%).
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nước Đức23:11:08
In Frankfurt, the DAX Index gained 167 points or 0.92 percent on Thursday. Gains were led by , Sartorius (4.30%), Siemens Energy (3.45%), Adidas (2.88%). Biggest losers were , Henkel (-1.13%), Fresenius (-0.56%), BMW (-0.18%).
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Pháp23:10:08
In Paris, the CAC 40 Index went up by 103 points or 1.36 percent on Thursday. Top gainers were , Cap Gemini (3.03%), Unibail Rodamco (2.54%), Essilor (2.43%).
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khu vực đồng Euro23:07:38
European stocks closed firmly higher on Thursday, erasing losses from the prior session to reach a one-week high amid support from an improved credit conditions outlook following decisions by major monetary authorities in Europe. The Eurozone’s Stoxx 50 added 1.2% to close at 4,946, and the pan-European Stoxx 600 rose by 0.8% to 518. The Swiss National Bank lowered its key interest rate by 25bps to extend its cutting cycle, while the Bank of England struck a dovish tone by noting that slower inflation in the UK drove multiple policymakers on the fence of lowering borrowing costs. The tech sector led the gains as chip-makers rebounded from their aggressive selloffs yesterday, taking support from positive sentiment in their US counterparts with ASML, the largest stock in the Stoxx 50, closing 2.3% higher. Heavyweight luxury brands in Paris also contributed to the gains, with Hermes, Kering, and EssilorLuxottica all adding more than 2%.
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Vương quốc Anh23:07:08
In London, the FTSE 100 Index rose 73 points or 0.89 percent on Thursday. Leading the gains are , Fresnillo (5.08%), Antofagasta (4.33%), Land Securities (4.18%). Top losers were , United Utilities (-1.39%), Easyjet Plc (-0.86%), Croda International (-0.39%).
2024-06-20
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Hoa Kỳ22:06:30
Stocks of crude oil in the United States fell by 2.547 million barrels in the week ending June 14, 2024, exceeding market expectations of a 2 million barrels decline, the EIA Petroleum Status Report showed. Also, gasoline stocks dropped by 2.28 million barrels, against market expectations of a 1.10 million rise; and distillate stockpiles, which include diesel and heating oil, went down by 1.726 million barrels, versus the consensus of a 1 million increase. On the other hand, crude stocks at the Cushing, Oklahoma, delivery hub rose by 0.307 million barrels, after a 1.593 million draw in the previous week.
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khu vực đồng Euro21:16:09
The consumer confidence indicator in the Euro Area increased by 0.3 points from the previous month to -14 in June 2024, according to preliminary estimates. This was below market expectations of -13.6 but marked the highest sentiment level since February 2022, attributed to the European Central Bank's first interest rate cut in response to a gradual inflation slowdown. In the broader European Union, consumer sentiment also rose by 0.3 points, reaching -12.9. Despite these gains, consumer confidence remains slightly below its long-term average.
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Nước Ý21:07:31
The Italian 10-year BTP yield edged back up towards the 4% mark as investors digested a busy day for monetary policy decisions across the region. The Swiss National Bank reduced its key rate for the second consecutive meeting by 25 basis points to 1.25%, citing a further decrease in inflation pressure compared to the previous quarter. Meanwhile, the Norges Bank held its rate steady at 4.5% for the fourth consecutive time, and the Bank of England kept its rate unchanged at 5.25%, noting that the decision not to cut was finely balanced. Earlier in the month, the ECB lowered its three key interest rates by 25 basis points but raised its inflation forecasts for 2024 and 2025.
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