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Erdogan Hopes to Open Embassy in East Jerusalem

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Sunday that Turkey hopes to open an embassy to a Palestinian state in East Jerusalem in the future.. "Because it is under occupation we can't just go there and open an embassy," Erdogan said in a speech to his ruling party in the city of Karaman. "But, inshallah [God willing] those days are near and... we will officially open our embassy there," he said, without giving any precise timeframe. The comments come just days after Erdogan hosted a...

Gold Drops as U.S. Stocks Rally on Tax Reform Optimism

Gold declines after progress on U.S. tax cuts propels stocks to record highs on Friday and boosts dollar. Bullion for immediate delivery -0.2% to $1,253.84/oz at 9:02am in Singapore: Bloomberg generic pricing. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index flat after +0.4% Friday. Precious metal heads for 9.3% advance this year after +8.1% in 2016. The dollar™s strength is weakening gold, David Lennox, resource analyst at Fat Prophets in Sydney, says by phone. Tax reform is œa...

Japan Shares Rise Amid Weaker Yen as U.S. Tax-Cut Bill Advances

Japanese shares rose as the yen continued to weaken after Republican leaders gained two key votes on the U.S. tax-cut bill Friday. Electronics makers and banks were the biggest boosts to the benchmark Topix, led by Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc., Toyota Motor Corp. and Sony Corp. Congressional Republicans finalized their plan for a highly-anticipated set of tax cuts for businesses and individuals after six weeks of legislative negotiations. Almost five shares rose for every...

Dollar Edges Higher Versus Yen Amid Progress on U.S. Tax Bill

The dollar edged higher against the yen after rallying Friday amid optimism a bill to cut U.S. taxes will be passed this week. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index held close to its 50-day moving average after climbing above that threshold last week as Republican leaders finalized their plan for lower taxes, paving the way for a policy victory for President Donald Trump. Treasuries declined as most Asian stock markets advanced, sapping demand for safer assets. The...

Nikkei Rises on Financials and Exporters; Builders Off Lows

Japanese stocks scored their biggest rise in over a month on Monday with financials and exporters in hot demand, while construction shares bounced after sliding on news that prosecutors had raided the headquarters of at least two builders for alleged antitrust violations. The Nikkei share average finished 1.55 percent higher at 22,901.77, its biggest gain since Nov. 7 and its highest closing level in a week. The broader Topix advanced 1.36 percent to 1,817.90. Sentiment was boosted by a...

Gain in U.S. Wholesale Prices Driven by Jump in Energy Costs
Thursday, 12 October 2017 19:51 WIB | ECONOMY |Ekonomi ASPPI

A spike in gasoline costs following Hurricane Harvey boosted U.S. wholesale prices in September by the most in five months, a Labor Department report showed Thursday in Washington.

Producer-price index rose 0.4% (matching est.) after 0.2% increase the previous month.

PPI advanced 2.6% from a year earlier, the largest advance since February 2012, after 2.4% gain in prior 12-month period.

Excluding food and energy, core gauge rose 0.4% from prior month and was up 2.2% from September 2016 .

The PPI reflected a 0.7 percent gain in the cost of goods and a 0.4 percent increase in services prices. About 80 percent of the September increase in goods was due to a 3.4 percent surge in energy, which was the largest since the start of the year.

Gasoline prices shot up 10.9 percent as Harvey stalled over the Gulf Coast of Texas and temporarily shut down refining capacity.

Historically, there has not been a long-dated impact from hurricanes, so the current acceleration in prices should reverse as production is restored, according to Bloomberg Intelligence. The Labor Department said in a note accompanying the PPI data that the storms œhad virtually no impact on the collection of data or survey response rates.

The PPI excluding food, energy, and trade services, a measure some economists prefer because it strips out the most volatile components, rose 2.1 percent from September 2016, the biggest gain since May, indicating some upward inflation pressure.

Source : Bloomberg

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POPULAR NEWS
Erdogan Hopes to Open Embassy in East Jerusalem

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Sunday that Turkey hopes to open an embassy to a Palestinian state in East Jerusalem in the future.. "Because it is under occupation we can't just go there and open an embassy," Erdogan said in a speech to his ruling party in the city of Karaman. "But, inshallah [God willing] those days are near and... we will officially open our embassy there," he said, without giving any precise timeframe. The comments come just days after Erdogan hosted a...

Gold Drops as U.S. Stocks Rally on Tax Reform Optimism

Gold declines after progress on U.S. tax cuts propels stocks to record highs on Friday and boosts dollar. Bullion for immediate delivery -0.2% to $1,253.84/oz at 9:02am in Singapore: Bloomberg generic pricing. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index flat after +0.4% Friday. Precious metal heads for 9.3% advance this year after +8.1% in 2016. The dollar™s strength is weakening gold, David Lennox, resource analyst at Fat Prophets in Sydney, says by phone. Tax reform is œa...

Japan Shares Rise Amid Weaker Yen as U.S. Tax-Cut Bill Advances

Japanese shares rose as the yen continued to weaken after Republican leaders gained two key votes on the U.S. tax-cut bill Friday. Electronics makers and banks were the biggest boosts to the benchmark Topix, led by Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc., Toyota Motor Corp. and Sony Corp. Congressional Republicans finalized their plan for a highly-anticipated set of tax cuts for businesses and individuals after six weeks of legislative negotiations. Almost five shares rose for every...

Dollar Edges Higher Versus Yen Amid Progress on U.S. Tax Bill

The dollar edged higher against the yen after rallying Friday amid optimism a bill to cut U.S. taxes will be passed this week. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index held close to its 50-day moving average after climbing above that threshold last week as Republican leaders finalized their plan for lower taxes, paving the way for a policy victory for President Donald Trump. Treasuries declined as most Asian stock markets advanced, sapping demand for safer assets. The...

Nikkei Rises on Financials and Exporters; Builders Off Lows

Japanese stocks scored their biggest rise in over a month on Monday with financials and exporters in hot demand, while construction shares bounced after sliding on news that prosecutors had raided the headquarters of at least two builders for alleged antitrust violations. The Nikkei share average finished 1.55 percent higher at 22,901.77, its biggest gain since Nov. 7 and its highest closing level in a week. The broader Topix advanced 1.36 percent to 1,817.90. Sentiment was boosted by a...

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