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#661 InstaForexGertrude

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 02:33 AM

European Stocks Flat as Miners Drop, Apple Suppliers Add Pressure
 
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European markets finished relatively flat on Wednesday, as a mixed performance from overseas markets and a sharp drop in mining stocks added pressure on the region. 
 
The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed 0.02 percent lower, while sectors pointed in different directions. The French CAC 40 and German DAX finished on a high, ending 0.17 and 0.23 percent respectively. A decline in London-listed miners weighed on the FTSE 100, which ended 0.28 percent lower. 
 
Basic resources stocks led declines, as profit-taking hit metal prices. The sector dropped 1.75 percent after commodity traders claim an emergence of funds offloaded copper and had failed to carry into the market, according to a report from Reuters.
 
Anglo American, Antofagasta, BHP Billiton and Glencore all closed lower by two percent or more, on the back of a drop in copper and nickel prices. 
 
Chipmakers supplying to Apple were among the worst performers, with AMS falling 3.9 percent, Dialog Semiconductor dropped 1.6 percent and STMicro rose 0.1 percent. 
 
Traders said their shares were weighed down by Apple's new $999 iPhone X that will ship later than expected, on November 3. The price tag could also pull down demand for the device in markets like China. 
 
Chipmakers have been the best performing among tech stocks this 2017, accounting for a large part of the sector's outperformance. Shares of AMS have gained 165 percent year-to-date. 
 
Looking to media stocks, France's Vivendi, jumped towards the top of the benchmark after UBS upgraded its stock rating for the company to "buy" from "neutral". Vivendi shares rose 2.78 percent.
 
 


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Posted 15 September 2017 - 01:11 AM

BRAZIL: Ibovespa Ends Down As Traders Turn Cautious And Vale Weighs
 
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Ibovespa, the main stock index in Brazil, closed slightly down (-0.17%) at 74,656.67 points Thursday, after spending most of the day near stability. The index was affected by the losses of Vale's shares, which prevented it from ending in the black. 
 
Meanwhile, investors were waiting for the new criminal complaint by the Attorney General's Office (PGR) against the President Michel Temer. Although already expected by the market, the new complaint may bring uncertainties and delays in the pension reform vote in Congress. 
 
Vale's (VALE3 -3.16%) and steel and iron companies such as Gerdau Metal?rgica (GOAU4 -2.71%) tracked the drop of more than 3% in iron ore prices abroad amid lower demand from China. 
 
The locally traded U.S. dollar fell 0.73%, to R$ 3,1160, after three consecutive trading sessions at high, influenced by the 0.41% increase in the Brazilian Central Bank's Economic Activity Index in July over June, higher than expected. 
 
For analysts at Ita? BBA, the Ibovespa would remain bullish in the short-term, but some profit-taking movement is not ruled out after several highs in a row.
 
 


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Posted 15 September 2017 - 02:28 AM

BoE Dilemma Intensifies as Squeeze on UK Wages Remains
 
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Unemployment in Britain has reached a 42-year low, which intensifies the Bank of England's predicament. On Thursday, the BoE is set to meet where it must consider whether to hike interest rates despite stagnant wages as well as Brexit uncertainty. 
 
In the three months to July, the jobless rate dropped to 4.3 percent, two-tenths of a percentage point below the central bank's estimate of the sustainable long-term level. 
 
Combined with inflation rising to 2.9 percent last month, the data could indicate the need for higher interest rates to cool the economy and restrain the inflation's rise. 
 
Average wages, both including and excluding bonuses, did not pick up from a stagnant annual pace of 2.1 percent, surprising expectations and implying that unemployment might go even lower before fueling wage pressures. 
 
Prices in the overnight index swap market, which tracks official interest rates, implies that the BoE will hike rates back to 0.5 percent from the current low of 0.25 percent in February in 2018. 
 
Wages in Britain remains £15 lower per week in cash terms and 3.2 percent lower after adjusting for inflation than before the crisis. 
 
The BoE's dilemma is that low unemployment has yet to compel employers to increase wages, and prices will likely stop rising on their own once businesses have adjusted to the pound's post-Brexit tumble, which has hiked import costs.
 
 


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Posted 18 September 2017 - 02:49 AM

Australia New Motor Vehicle Sales Unchanged In August
 
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The total number of new motor vehicle sales in Australia was flat on a seasonally adjusted basis in August, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Monday - coming in at 99,564. 
 
That follows the 2.0 percent decline in July. 
 
Sales for sports utility vehicles added 0.8 percent on month, while sales for other vehicles gained 0.7 percent and passenger vehicles fell 0.4 percent. 
 
By region, sales in the Northern Territory were up 0.9 percent on month, and down 0.6 percent in Tasmania. 
 
On a yearly basis, sales climbed 1.7 percent after rising 1.8 percent in the previous month.
 
 


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Posted 18 September 2017 - 04:34 AM

Northrop Grumman Nears Agreement to Procure Orbital - Source
 
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Defense contractor Northrop Grumman Corp. is near a deal to purchase Orbital ATK Inc. for over $7.5 billion, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal, citing sources familiar with the transaction. An announcement could come as soon as Monday, as stated in the report. 
 
Northrop Grumman declined to comment and Orbital did not immediately respond to a request for comment. 
 
A merger could expand Northrop's portfolio of aerospace and defense electronics while supporting its expertise in composites and rocket propulsion as it goes up against Boeing Co. to replace the U.S.a ground-based nuclear defense system. 
 
Northrop is valued at $46.5 billion, while Orbital is valued at $6.3 billion. The acquisition price could not be immediately specified, but could surpass $7.5 billion if a typical premium was attached to it, according to Wall Street Journal. 
 
Orbital competes to lift payloads to space with SpaceX Exploration Technologies Corp.'s Falcon 9 and United Launch Alliance's Atlas family of rockets. 
 
The potential transaction comes as growing tensions with North Korea have put more attention on defense systems. 
 
Northrop Chief Executive Officer Wesley Bush told investors in its second-quarter earnings call in July that he was looking for acquisition opportunities to broaden the contractor's business. It would mark a change in direction for a company that has focused on shareholder returns through stock buybacks and dividends.
 
 


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Posted 19 September 2017 - 02:13 AM

VENEZUELA: Country Quotes Oil In Chinese Yuan After U.S. Sanctions
 
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Venezuela has decided to receive payments for its oil exports in currencies other than the U.S. dollar. The move is a reaction to the recent sanctions imposed by the United States government against the South American country. 
 
This week, oil was quoted for the first time in Chinese yuan by the Venezuelan Ministry of Petroleum, at 306.26 yuan per barrel, equivalent to US$ 46.75. 
 
The new system, launched in early September, "is based on the use of freely convertible currencies, such as the yuan, the euro, the Japanese yen, rupees (from India) and international. To break the dollar's chains as an oppressive currency," Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro said, quoted by the official Venezuelan News Agency. 
 
In mid-August, the U.S. President Donald Trump signed a decree imposing a sanctions package on Venezuela that bans negotiations on new government-issued debt and assets from state-owned oil company PDVSA.
 
 


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Posted 19 September 2017 - 05:06 AM

Wall Street Gains as Dow Hits 5th Consecutive Record Finish
 
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U.S. stocks finished higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to a key Federal Reserve meeting. Equities extended a record-breaking run with gains being propelled by resurgent energy firms benefiting from an increase in oil prices. 
 
The Dow Jones industrial average advanced 0.28 percent to 22,331.35 and marked its fifth consecutive record finish. Boeing and Caterpillar contributed the most to gains. 
 
The S&P 500 also ended at an all-time peak of 2,503.87, climbing 0.1 percent, with financials leading gainers. The Nasdaq composite notched an intraday record before finishing 0.1 percent higher at 6,454.64. Nvidia's almost five percent gain pushed the S&P and the Nasdaq higher. 
 
Seven of the 11 major S&P sectors were higher, driven by a 0.95 percent advance in the financial index. 
 
The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), widely considered the best gauge of fear in the market, reached 9.88, its lowest level since Aug. 8. It traded 0.5 percent lower at 10.12. 
 
Energy stocks have also been key to recent earnings growth, although the upbeat figures are coming off low comparisons after 2016's turmoil in the market, according to analysts. 
 
Oil and gas firms ConocoPhillips and Hess, alongside refining company Valero Energy, were among the best performing energy stocks by end of trading. 
 
Shares of major lenders, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan, climbed over one percent, supported by increasing bond yields. 
 
Orbital ATK notched a record peak after Northrop Grumman announced it will purchase the missile and rocket maker for almost $7.8 billion in cash. Shares of Northrop gained two percent.
 
 


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Posted 20 September 2017 - 02:18 AM

Japan August Trade Surplus Y113.642 Billion
 
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Japan posted a merchandise trade surplus of 113.642 billion yen in August, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday. 
 
That beat forecasts for a surplus of 104.4 billion yen, although it was down from 418.8 billion yen in July. 
 
Exports climbed 18.1 percent on year to 6.278 trillion yen, beating forecasts for a gain of 14.3 percent and up from 13.4 percent in the previous month. 
 
Exports to Asia climbed 19.9 percent on year to 3.510 trillion yen, while exports to China alone advanced an annual 25.8 percent to 1.218 trillion yen. 
 
Exports to the United States gained 21.8 percent on year to 1.183 trillion yen and exports to the European Union added an annual 13.7 percent to 671.783 billion yen. 
 
Imports picked up an annual 15.2 percent to 6.164 trillion yen versus expectations for 11.6 percent and down from 16.3 a month earlier. 
 
Imports from Asia jumped 15.2 percent on year to 2.995 trillion yen, while imports from China alone gained an annual 11.0 percent to 1.458 trillion yen. 
 
Imports from the United States were up 5.7 percent to 648.748 billion yen, while imports from the European Union gained 12.3 percent to 756.342 billion yen. 
 
The adjusted trade surplus was 367.3 billion yen, missing expectations for 404.7 billion yen and up from 363.1 billion yen in July.
 
 


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Posted 20 September 2017 - 04:16 AM

Wall Street Climbs as Fed Meeting Begins
 
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U.S. equities advanced on Tuesday as the Federal Reserve started its two-day monetary policy meeting. The three major indexes reported intraday highs on Monday. 
 
The Dow Jones industrial average marked its 41st record close of the year, climbing 0.18 percent to 22,370.80. Verizon and Goldman Sachs contributed the most to the gains. 
 
The S&P 500 added 0.1 percent to a record peak of 2,506.65, with telecommunications and financials leading gainers. The Nasdaq composite rose 0.1 percent and also reported a record close of 6,461.32. 
 
The Fed is not expected to hike rates following its meeting. However, several market participants believe the central bank will announce the tapering of its $4.5 trillion portfolio. 
 
The healthcare index was one of the biggest decliners amid losses in insurers like United Health, which dropped 1.9 percent as a result of recent efforts in Washington to overhaul Obamacare. 
 
The largest U.S. telephone operators, Verizon and AT&T climbed over two percent, helping to lift the S&P. Wireless carrier T-Mobile advanced 5.3 percent while Sprint soared 8.1 percent, after a report that they were in active merger talks. 
 
Tesla dropped 2.4 percent after Jefferies began coverage of the electric car maker's stock with “underperform”. 
 
Best Buy tumbled 7.4 percent after the retailer forecast 2021 adjusted earnings well below Wall Street estimates. The stock was one of the largest laggards on the consumer discretionary index. Tags: Investments, Share, Stocks, bonds, Equity markets
 
 


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Gold Falls to 3-Week Low, Weighed Down by Fed Outlook
 
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Gold prices dropped to its weakest level in more than three weeks on Thursday as the stronger U.S. dollar and the increased chances of another Federal Reserve interest rate rise this year have reduced demand. 
 
Spot gold fell 0.2 percent at $1,298.61 per ounce, after earlier falling to its lowest since late August at $1,295.65. 
 
U.S. gold futures for December delivery shed one percent to $1,302.10 per ounce. 
 
The precious metal initially moved higher in the minutes ahead of the Fed's statement, then reversed course and dropped. It briefly plunged below the $1,300 mark that traders had viewed as psychological support. Bullion reached $1,295.81 per ounce, the lowest since Aug. 28. 
 
According to Bill O'Neill, co-founder of Logic Advisors, speculative investors had increased their net long position in gold for nine consecutive weeks, making the market vulnerable to more selling. 
 
The dollar firmed as Asian shares fell marginally following the Fed's announcement to begin reducing its balance sheet and indicated one more rate rise in 2017. 
 
U.S. allies recently said that enforcing international sanctions on North Korea, and not mere dialogue, was the key to getting Pyongyang to give up its nuclear weapons.





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