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Tokyo: Benchmark Nikkei Open Lower

Tokyo stocks opened sharply lower on Monday, taking a negative lead from New York where unease over the US-China trade war prompted a fresh sell-off late last week. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index was down 1.66 per cent or 359.20 points at 21,319.48 in early trade, while the broader Topix index was down 1.45 per cent or 23.47 points at 1,596.98. Source : AFP

Hong Kong Stocks Drop in Opening Minutes

Hong Kong shares opened with more losses Monday, tracking a sell-off on Wall Street fuelled by lingering concerns about the China-US trade standoff, while traders were also spooked by worse-than-forecast Chinese trade data. The Hang Seng Index fell 1.03 percent, or 268.81 points, to 25,794.95. And the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index declined 0.64 percent, or 16.69 points, to 2,589.19, while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, dropped 0.83 percent,...

USD/JPY starts out on the backfoot, technicals supporting bearish outlook

The US payrolls growth cooled in November with the economy producing 155k jobs in the month. This came in below the expectations at 198k. The detail was mixed; jobs growth in the prior two months was revised down -12k while average hourly earnings grew less than expected (0.2% vs consensus 0.3%). Against that, the annual growth rate for earnings held up at +3.1%, while unemployment held near 40-year lows of 3.7%. The yen can stay bid on slowing global growth and tariff wars, Brexit, Italy™s...

Brent Oil Prices Rise After OPEC-Led Group Announces 1.2 Million bpd Supply Cut

International oil prices rose on Monday, extending gains from Friday when producer club OPEC and some non-affiliated producers agreed a supply cut of 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) from January. International Brent crude oil futures were at $61.81 per barrel at 0016 GMT, up 14 cents, or 0.2 percent, from their last close. Prices surged on Friday after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and some non-OPEC producers including heavyweight Russia announced they would...

Gold at Five-Month High on Haven Bid as Stocks Decline

Gold traded at the highest level in five months amid a retreatin Asian equities and U.S. stock futures on the potential escalation of tensions between Washington and Beijing. Haven assets are rising after China's vice foreign minister summoned the U.S. ambassador Terry Branstad in protest over the arrest of Huawei Technologies Co.'s chief financial officer, and amid concerns over China's slowing economy. Traders are also assessing if the Federal Reserve will pursue a...

Palestinians Fire Rockets, Israel Responds with Airstrikes
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 11:27 WIB | GLOBAL |GlobalIsraelPalestina,

Palestinians have fired dozens of rockets at southern Israel, and Israel responded with airstrikes on Gaza, a day after deadly clashes on the Israel-Gaza border.

Israeli officials say rocket fire wounded at least 10 people, including a 19-year-old soldier who was critically hurt when a mortar shell hit a bus. They say in total, there were about 300 rockets and mortar launches from Gaza, with some of the shells hitting houses. On the Palestinian side of the border, officials say the Israeli airstrikes killed three people, including two militants, and wounded nine others.

The latest violence comes one day after an Israeli incursion into Gaza led to fighting. Israel said one military officer was killed and another was wounded in that fighting. Palestinian officials reported seven people killed, including a local Hamas commander identified as Nour Baraka.

The Israeli military has given few details about its mission in the Gaza Strip but said it was "not intended to kill or abduct terrorists but to strengthen Israeli security."

Late Sunday, Israel said militants in Gaza fired 17 rockets toward Israeli territory but that they caused no injuries.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cut short a visit to Paris to return home Monday after the clashes. He met with his military chief and defense minister late Monday.

The latest fighting comes as Netanyahu defended his decision to allow Qatar to transfer $15 million in aid to Gaza as part of his effort to bring calm to the Hamas-controlled region.

Source : VOA

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Tokyo: Benchmark Nikkei Open Lower

Tokyo stocks opened sharply lower on Monday, taking a negative lead from New York where unease over the US-China trade war prompted a fresh sell-off late last week. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index was down 1.66 per cent or 359.20 points at 21,319.48 in early trade, while the broader Topix index was down 1.45 per cent or 23.47 points at 1,596.98. Source : AFP

Hong Kong Stocks Drop in Opening Minutes

Hong Kong shares opened with more losses Monday, tracking a sell-off on Wall Street fuelled by lingering concerns about the China-US trade standoff, while traders were also spooked by worse-than-forecast Chinese trade data. The Hang Seng Index fell 1.03 percent, or 268.81 points, to 25,794.95. And the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index declined 0.64 percent, or 16.69 points, to 2,589.19, while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, dropped 0.83 percent,...

USD/JPY starts out on the backfoot, technicals supporting bearish outlook

The US payrolls growth cooled in November with the economy producing 155k jobs in the month. This came in below the expectations at 198k. The detail was mixed; jobs growth in the prior two months was revised down -12k while average hourly earnings grew less than expected (0.2% vs consensus 0.3%). Against that, the annual growth rate for earnings held up at +3.1%, while unemployment held near 40-year lows of 3.7%. The yen can stay bid on slowing global growth and tariff wars, Brexit, Italy™s...

Brent Oil Prices Rise After OPEC-Led Group Announces 1.2 Million bpd Supply Cut

International oil prices rose on Monday, extending gains from Friday when producer club OPEC and some non-affiliated producers agreed a supply cut of 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) from January. International Brent crude oil futures were at $61.81 per barrel at 0016 GMT, up 14 cents, or 0.2 percent, from their last close. Prices surged on Friday after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and some non-OPEC producers including heavyweight Russia announced they would...

Gold at Five-Month High on Haven Bid as Stocks Decline

Gold traded at the highest level in five months amid a retreatin Asian equities and U.S. stock futures on the potential escalation of tensions between Washington and Beijing. Haven assets are rising after China's vice foreign minister summoned the U.S. ambassador Terry Branstad in protest over the arrest of Huawei Technologies Co.'s chief financial officer, and amid concerns over China's slowing economy. Traders are also assessing if the Federal Reserve will pursue a...

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