Thursday, October 27, 2016

PT Equityworld : Asia-Pacific Exchanges Face A Sunday Report, Oil Prices And Economic Data

PT Equityworld-Asian stocks are ready for a day mixed with a focus on revenue of China Construction Bank Corp. as the nation grapples with the rising tide of bad credit. Yen little changed after a three-day losing streak while oil traded approached the lowest three weekends. 

This week, the market was dealing with the performance of the world's giant issuers, with disappointing data shown by Apple Inc. and Intel Corp. that are mixed in with the interest rate speculation will be the US and the presidan election results early in November. 

The largest lender in China awaited third-quarter financial report on this week, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. and Agricultural Bank of China Ltd. awaited Friday tomorrow.  Bank of China Ltd., the first of the big banks in China are already entering its third-quarter results, reporting a net profit rise of 2.5 per cent from the previous year. To this day, Singapore will report the unemployment rate of the third quarter, and China will issue data on industry profits in September and the global Swift payments. 

New Zealand trade deficit in September that is expected to widen, will also be released today. S P &/NZX 50 Index New Zealand, up 0.4 percent at 08:15 Tokyo time. In Australia, the S P & 200/ASX Index down less than 0.1 percent. The contract on the Kospi index in Seoul rose 0.1 percent. 

While the market in Hong Kong has not been opened, the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index rose as much as 0.2 per cent in most of the last trade. The FTSE A50 China index futures climbed 0.1 percent. 

Nikkei 225 futures are unchanged at 17,360 in Osaka, while the contract on the index of Singapore-listed Japan decreased 0.1 percent. 

Nikkei 225 futures little changed at 17,360 on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Japan yen, the worst performance of the Group of 10 currencies this week, weakened 0.1 percent amid speculation the Fed will raise U.S. tribes this year, while the Bank of Japan will maintain an attitude of easing kuantitatifnya. 

The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index, which measures the performance of the U.S. currency against a basket of 10 major currencies, is down less than 0.1 percent. West Texas Intermediate crude oil rose 0.1 per cent to $ 49.23 a barrel, extending the price below $ 50 per barrel Wednesday from yesterday.


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