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Tokyo Stocks Start The Week in The Red

Tokyo stocks opened lower Monday, kicking off the week in the red following several days of extreme volatility on global markets due to rising US interest rates and a US-China trade war. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index was lower by 0.78 percent or 177.31 points at 22,517.35 in early trade, while the broader Topix index was down 0.63 percent or 10.68 points at 1,691.77. Source : AFP

Yen Steady as Investors Seek Fresh Trading Cues: Inside Japan

Yen trades little changed against the dollar as investors look for fresh triggers after the Japanese currency capped its best week since February. JGB investors seen lacking trading incentives amid absence of a government auction and a Bank of Japan purchase operation. USD/JPY steady at 112.17 after falling 1.3% last week; pair touched 111.83 on Oct. 11, its lowest since Sept. 18. Leveraged funds boosted net yen short positions for a third straight week in period to Oct. 9, CFTC...

Asian Shares Slip on Lingering Trade, U.S. Rates Worries

Asian shares slipped on Monday as worries over Sino-U.S. trade disputes, a possible slowdown in the Chinese economy and higher U.S. borrowing costs tempered optimism despite a rebound in global equities late last week. Not helping the mood, oil prices jumped and Saudi Arabian shares tumbled on rising diplomatic tensions between Riyadh and the West after the monarchy warned against threats to punish it over disappearance of a journalist. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside...

Hong Kong Stocks Resume Slide in Early Trade

Hong Kong stocks fell in early trade on Monday, continuing a slump sparked by concerns over the global economy and trade tensions between China and the United States. The Hang Seng Index shed 1.16 percent, or 299.94 points, to 25,501.55 in the opening minutes. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index meanwhile edged down 0.04 percent, or 1.00 points, to 2,605.91. But the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, added 0.26 percent, or 3.35 points, to...

Gold Gains as Risks Proliferate From Stocks to Trade

Gold rises as a stock slump resumes in Asia, President Donald Trump hints at imposing more trade tariffs on China, and investors track tensions in energy markets after Saudi Arabia threatened to retaliate against any punitive measures over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Bullion capped the first back-to-back weekly gain since April last week, trading above $1,200 an ounce, as concerns about the impact of a burgeoning trade war triggered sell-off in U.S. stocks,...

Housing costs nudge inflation higher in September, CPI shows
Thursday, 11 October 2018 19:52 WIB | UNITED STATES |Ekonomi ASCPI Amerika

The higher cost of renting and owning a home nudged consumer prices higher in September, but inflation more broadly eased again after a recent runup.

The consumer price index rose 0.1% in September to mark the sixth increase in a row, the government said Thursday. Economists polled by MarketWatch had predicted a 0.2% advance.

Yet the increase in the cost of living over the past 12 months slowed again to 2.3% from 2.7%, the government said Thursday. Two months ago, the yearly rate hit a six-year high of 2.9%.

A more closely followed measure that strips out food and energy also rose 0.1% last month. It™s known as the core rate of inflation.

The yearly increase in the core rate was flat at 2.2%.

About half of the increase in the consumer price index last month was tied to higher rents and the cost of home ownership.

The cost of clothing increased for the first time in fourth months and medical costs rose for the first time in three months. Prices for airline tickets and auto insurance also went up.

Although gasoline prices actually rose last month, they did not increase as much as they normally do in September. As such the seasonal adjustments resulted in gas prices showing a decline.

Food prices were unchanged. The cost of used vehicles fell sharply.

There was some good news for workers. After adjusting for inflation, hourly wages rose a solid 0.3% in September. They are up 0.5% in the past year.

The U.S. economy is the strongest it™s been in two decades, with job openings at a record high and unemployment at a 48-year low.

Source: Marketwatch

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Tokyo Stocks Start The Week in The Red

Tokyo stocks opened lower Monday, kicking off the week in the red following several days of extreme volatility on global markets due to rising US interest rates and a US-China trade war. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index was lower by 0.78 percent or 177.31 points at 22,517.35 in early trade, while the broader Topix index was down 0.63 percent or 10.68 points at 1,691.77. Source : AFP

Yen Steady as Investors Seek Fresh Trading Cues: Inside Japan

Yen trades little changed against the dollar as investors look for fresh triggers after the Japanese currency capped its best week since February. JGB investors seen lacking trading incentives amid absence of a government auction and a Bank of Japan purchase operation. USD/JPY steady at 112.17 after falling 1.3% last week; pair touched 111.83 on Oct. 11, its lowest since Sept. 18. Leveraged funds boosted net yen short positions for a third straight week in period to Oct. 9, CFTC...

Asian Shares Slip on Lingering Trade, U.S. Rates Worries

Asian shares slipped on Monday as worries over Sino-U.S. trade disputes, a possible slowdown in the Chinese economy and higher U.S. borrowing costs tempered optimism despite a rebound in global equities late last week. Not helping the mood, oil prices jumped and Saudi Arabian shares tumbled on rising diplomatic tensions between Riyadh and the West after the monarchy warned against threats to punish it over disappearance of a journalist. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside...

Hong Kong Stocks Resume Slide in Early Trade

Hong Kong stocks fell in early trade on Monday, continuing a slump sparked by concerns over the global economy and trade tensions between China and the United States. The Hang Seng Index shed 1.16 percent, or 299.94 points, to 25,501.55 in the opening minutes. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index meanwhile edged down 0.04 percent, or 1.00 points, to 2,605.91. But the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, added 0.26 percent, or 3.35 points, to...

Gold Gains as Risks Proliferate From Stocks to Trade

Gold rises as a stock slump resumes in Asia, President Donald Trump hints at imposing more trade tariffs on China, and investors track tensions in energy markets after Saudi Arabia threatened to retaliate against any punitive measures over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Bullion capped the first back-to-back weekly gain since April last week, trading above $1,200 an ounce, as concerns about the impact of a burgeoning trade war triggered sell-off in U.S. stocks,...

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