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20 января, 16:10

Pajero может остаться, ASX – вернуться, а Outlander – обновиться

Российское подразделение Mitsubishi Motors объявило планы на 2017 год

20 января, 08:02

Ситуация на фондовых площадках Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона:

Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются разнонаправленно, но инвесторы проявляют осторожность перед инаугурации избранный президент США Дональда Трампа, намеченной на сегодня. Торги на Токийской фондовой бирже открылись сегодня минимальным ростом основных показателей, поскольку инвесторы готовятся к смене власти в Соединенных Штатах и инаугурации избранного президента Дональда Трампа. Трамп будет приведен к присяге позже в пятницу, и рынки будут внимательно за его первым заявлением в качестве президента. Акции производителя напитков Kirin Holdings Co выросли на 3% до одного недельного максимума. Рыночная стоимость Toshiba Corp снизилась на 6%, но затем изменила курс и выросла на 2,9%. Котировки на торгах материкового Китая немного выросли на фоне более позитивных чем ожидалось данных по росту крупнейшей экономики в мире. Темпы роста ВВП Китая по итогам 2016 года составили 6,8%, что немного выше прогноза экономистов и предыдущего значения 6,7%. Об этом сегодня сообщило Национальным бюро статистики Китая. Также стало известно, что в четвертом квартале рост ВВП совпал с прогнозам аналитиков и составил 1,7%, после роста на 1,8% в третьем квартале. В докладе Национального бюро статистики говориться, в 2016 году в Китае наблюдается непростая ситуация, так как и пределами страны. Также сегодняшний отчет по промышленному производству Китая показал, что промпроизводство в декабре, в годовом исчислении, увеличилось на 6,0%. Однако показатель оказался ниже предыдущего значения 6,2% прогноза экономистов 6,1%. Nikkei 225 19,113.16 +40.91 +0.21% Shanghai Composite 3,118.03 +16.73 +0.54% S&P/ASX 200 5,662.50 -29.68 -0.52% Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam

19 января, 07:21

Ситуация на фондовых площадках Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона:

Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются в зеленой зоне вслед за ростом котировок в США. Однако, инвесторы проявляют осторожность накануне инаугурации избранный президент США Дональда Трампа в пятницу. Котировки на на Токийской фондовой бирже растут на фоне снижения курса иены по отношению к доллару США, что выгодно японским экспортерам. Доллар укрепился на фоне позитивных данных по инфляции и промышленному производству США. Также положительным фактором на рынке стали заявления главы ФРС США Джанет Йеллен о намерении повысить базовую процентную ставку несколько раз до конца 2019 года. Акции автоконцерна Toyota подорожали на 1,3%. Рыночная стоимость телекоммуникационной корпорация Softbank увеличилась на 1,75%. Акции компании Toshiba обвалились почти на 9,8% на фоне прогнозов о масштабных убытках из-за операций с производством оборудования для АЭС в США. NIKKEI 225 19,026.64 +132,27 + 0,70% TOPIX INDEX 1,524.40 +10,54 + 0,70% Hang Seng 22,961.99 -136,27 -0,59% S & P / ASX 200 5,684.20 +5,45 + 0,10% Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam

18 января, 07:05

Ситуация на фондовых площадках Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона:

Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются в разнонаправленно, так как инвесторы были осторожными накануне инаугурации избранный президент США Дональда Трампа в пятницу. Торги на крупнейшей в Азии Токийской фондовой бирже открылись сегодня в красной зоне на фоне заметного укрепления курсы иены, однако к концу сессии котировки начали расти, так как инвесторы корректируют позиции. На фоне укрепления иены с начала сессии снизились в цене акции автомобильных корпораций: Toyota Motor потеряля - 0,7%) и Nissan Motor - 0,61%. Рыночная стоимость Toshiba Corp увеличилась на 2,2%. Nikkei 225 18,815.61 +2.08 +0.01% Shanghai Composite 3,117.71 +8.93 +0.29% S&P/ASX 200 5,669.40 -30.02 -0.53% Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam

18 января, 07:05

Ситуация на фондовых площадках Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона:

Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются в разнонаправленно, так как инвесторы были осторожными накануне инаугурации избранный президент США Дональда Трампа в пятницу. Торги на крупнейшей в Азии Токийской фондовой бирже открылись сегодня в красной зоне на фоне заметного укрепления курсы иены, однако к концу сессии котировки начали расти, так как инвесторы корректируют позиции. На фоне укрепления иены с начала сессии снизились в цене акции автомобильных корпораций: Toyota Motor потеряля - 0,7%) и Nissan Motor - 0,61%. Рыночная стоимость Toshiba Corp увеличилась на 2,2%. Nikkei 225 18,815.61 +2.08 +0.01% Shanghai Composite 3,117.71 +8.93 +0.29% S&P/ASX 200 5,669.40 -30.02 -0.53% Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam

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17 января, 15:25

Священника, виновного в массовом ДТП в Ростове-на-Дону, отстранили от служения

Митрополит Ростовский и Новочеркасский Меркурий подписал указ о запрещении в служении священника, ставшего виновным в массовом ДТП в Ростове-на-Дону. За рулём Mitsubishi ASX, устроившего аварию с участием семи машин и несколькими потерпевшими, сидел находившийся в состоянии алкогольного опьянения священник по имени Дмитрий (фамилия, как сообщили Лайфу в пресс-службе епархии, не разглашается намеренно, дабы избежать вмешательства в личную жизнь священника) 1991 года рождения.   О подробностях аварии специально для Лайфа рассказал пресс-секретарь митрополита Игорь Петровский:  Священник, попавший в аварию, действительно служит в Ростовской епархии. Надо сказать, что характеристика у него исключительно положительная. В приходе он пользуется большим авторитетом, любовью прихожан. Я точно знаю, что он фактически непьющий человек. Разумеется, то, что он выпил эти злополучные две рюмки, из-за которых его развезло, а потом совершил фатальную ошибку, сев за руль, будет иметь серьёзные последствия для его церковной карьеры. Сейчас указом митрополита Ростовского и Новочеркасского Меркурия данный священник запрещён в служении. Это очень серьёзное церковное наказание за то, что он совершил ДТП в состоянии алкогольного опьянения. В дальнейшем его судьба будет решаться церковным судом, в который его дело будет передано. Ещё я хочу сказать очень важную вещь. Подобное могло произойти с любым человеком: и с врачом, и с учителем, и с журналистом. Христос говорил: "Кто без греха — пусть первый бросит в меня камень".   Но, конечно же, в случае со священником наказания и последствия будут сложные: он не только будет отвечать перед гражданским судом, но и перед судом церковным. Я бы хотел уберечь людей от злорадства, от каких-то других поспешных выводов. У нас недавно (1 января 2017 года. — Прим. Лайфа) на бульваре Комарова была сбита женщина с ребёнком. Ребёнок находится в больнице в тяжёлом состоянии, мать умерла. Но почему-то это не вызвало такого огромного резонанса на федеральном уровне. Мне кажется, Маша Петрова и её ребёнок не менее значимые люди, чем священник, который в пьяном состоянии, к счастью, не стал причиной того, что кто-то серьёзно пострадал. То, что журналисты пишут о госпитализации матери с ребёнком, мягко говоря, преувеличение. Расскажите, пожалуйста, подробнее о состоянии потерпевших. Это были пассажиры самого священника: женщина и восьмилетний мальчик. В результате столкновения, как рассказала мать ребёнка, мальчик обо что-то ударился — у него царапина на ноге. Рану перебинтовали, теперь всё в порядке. Женщина сама не пострадала. Сейчас мать и ребёнок находятся дома, их здоровью ничто не угрожает. В этой аварии пострадали только автомобили. Конечно, это страшно и печально, что священник принимал участие в данной аварии, но, повторяю, для него это нетипично и он понесёт наказание как по гражданской, так и по церковной линии. 

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17 января, 15:16

Пьяный священник, устроивший ДТП в Ростове, пойдет под Церковный суд

Священнослужитель отец Дмитрий стал виновником аварии с участием семи автомобилей, в результате которой пострадала женщина и восьмилетний ребенок, подтвердили в  ростовской епархии.​

17 января, 13:46

РПЦ признала участие своего священника в массовом ДТП в Ростове

Ростовская епархия признала участие своего священнослужителя в массовом ДТП в ночь на 17 января. Митрополит Ростовский и Новочеркасский Меркурий уже подписал указ о запрещении в священнослужении иерея храма Великомученика Георгия Победоносца в Ростове-на-Дону Димитрия Кивилиди, сообщает «Интерфакс». «К сожалению, священник совершил ДТП в состоянии алкогольного опьянения. Экспертиза, по-моему, уже подтвердила состояние священника. Ни у кого нет права садиться за руль в состоянии алкогольного опьянения, и никому не может быть это извинительным. Реакция нашего владыки была незамедлительной - он подписал указ о запрещении в священнослужении до завершения разбирательства», - передает агентство слова руководителя информационного отдела Ростовской епархии протоиерея Даниила Азизова. В свою очередь, пресс-секретарь митрополита Игорь Петровский заявил, что дело священнослужителя передается в церковный суд, сообщает портал 161.ru. В ночь на 17 января в Ростове-на-Дону водитель Mitsubishi ASX устроил ДТП, в котором пострадало семь машин. Полиция установила, что он управлял автомобилем в состоянии алкогольного опьянения. Вместе с ним в автомобиле находились женщина и восьмилетний ребенок, которые отделались ссадинами. По предварительным данным, это была семья священнослужителя. Других пострадавших в ДТП нет, сам водитель, по информации местного новостного портала, от госпитализации отказался. В то же время по данным издания Lenta.ru, Кивилиди пришел в себя только в больнице. В настоящее время он находится на амбулаторном лечении дома и уже заявил, что не помнит деталей аварии.

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17 января, 13:43

Пьяный священник устроил массовое ДТП в Ростове-на-Дону

Священник из Ростова-на-Дону в пьяном виде устроил массовое ДТП с пострадавшими. На кроссовере Mitsubishi ASX он на высокой скорости сначала протаранил попутную отечественную "девятку", после чего они вместе влетели в еще семь припаркованных автомобилей. Очевидцы утверждают, что священник пытался скрыться с места аварии, но был задержан очевидцами. В ДТП получили ранения члены его семьи - женщина и восьмилетний ребенок. "В машине находился мужчина без сознания, на лице была кровь, голова разбита, - пишут очевидцы. - Девушка с ребенком оказались пассажирами, которые сидели сзади. Подбежавшие парни начали пытаться достать мужчину, которого от удара зажало в кабине. Кто-то проверил у него пульс. Мужик оказался живым, и батюшкой. Это был поп с большой такой толстой цепью и крестом. Да еще и пьяный, о чем свидетельствовал исходящий от него перегар. Девушка с пострадавшим ребенком, к слову, тоже была в алкогольном опьянении". После того как мужчину достали из машины, он заявил, что живет недалеко, и попытался уйти. "Несколько парней схватили его и удерживали до приезда полицейских и "скорой", - пишут свидетели событий. - Медики в автомобиле скорой помощи наложили ребенку бандаж на шею и увезли вместе с мамой. Рядом стоял сотрудник полиции и любовался на происходящее. Только после замечания одного из парней о бездействии полицейский вызвал начальника и усадил задержанного в машину ДПС под наблюдением вышедших на улицу владельцев поврежденных автомобилей".(https://www.gazeta.ru/aut...)

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17 января, 12:29

"Это был поп с толстой цепью и крестом"

Священник из Ростова-на-Дону в пьяном виде устроил массовое ДТП с пострадавшими. На кроссовере Mitsubishi ASX он на высокой скорости сначала протаранил попутную отечественную "девятку", после чего они вместе влетели в еще семь припаркованных автомобилей. Очевидцы утверждают, что священник пытался скрыться с места аварии, но был задержан очевидцами. В ДТП получили ранения члены его семьи - женщина и восьмилетний ребенок.

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17 января, 10:59

В Ростове-на-Дону произошло массовое ДТП по вине пьяного священника (ВИДЕО)

Водитель на Mitsubishi ASX въехал в движущийся в попутном направлении ВАЗ-21099, после чего оба автомобиля столкнулись с припаркованными возле дороги машинами (всего пострадало 7 автомобилей). В аварии получили травмы женщина и восьмилетний ребенок, которые ехали в машине священника.

17 января, 07:24

Ситуация на фондовых площадках Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона:

Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются в красной зоне в преддверии речи премьер- министра Великобритании Терезы Мэй о планах выхода страны из Евросоюза. Котировки на крупнейшей в Азии Токийской фондовой бирже снизились, так как многие инвесторы не склонны занимать длинные позиции, в ожидании речи премьер- министра Великобритании Терезы Мэй, которая может подтвердить или опровергнуть опасения по поводу "жесткого Брекзита". Также на динамику торгов влияет высокий курс иены, что невыгодно японским экспортерам. Nikkei 225 18,964.62 -130.62 -0.68% Shanghai Composite 3,087.91 -15.52 -0.50% S&P/ASX 200 5,698.90 -49.54 -0.86% Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam

16 января, 15:08

Tumbling Pound Rattles Global Markets; Chinese Stock Slide Forces Government Intervention

While US markets take the day off for MLK holiday, the rest of the trading world has been busy, perhaps nowhere more so than the sterling which continued its volatile session in advance of May's pre-hard Brexit speech, falling below $1.20 for the first time since October after the Sunday Times said May is ready to withdraw from tariff-free trade with the region in return for the ability to curb immigration and strike commercial deals with other countries. As a result, overnight pound-dollar volatility surged the most since the summer, and breached just twice previously: ahead of the Brexit vote, and before the Bank of England’s July and August meetings. The dollar rose, in an apparent bid for safety, rebounding after suffering its worst week since November when it was hit by a lack of clarity over the policies of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, whose inauguration is on Friday. "(The movement) shows that people are looking ahead this week with Trump's inauguration and discussions on Brexit. There is a lot of uncertainty moving forward," Brian Lan, managing director at Singapore-based gold dealer GoldSilver Central, told Reuters. Yields on low-risk German government bonds fell but those on Italian equivalents edged up after rating agency DBRS cut Italy's credit rating after markets closed on Friday in a move that could raise borrowing costs for the country's banks. Italy's downgrade will mean Italian banks will have to pay more to borrow money from the European Central Bank when they use the country's sovereign bonds as collateral. It may also make Italian debt less attractive for foreign buyers. German 10-year bond yields fell 2 basis points to 0.32 percent. Italian 10-year yields rose marginally to 1.90%. Elsewhere, equities slid and gold climbed over the same Brexit concerns while Donald Trump suggested in an interview other countries could break from the EU block. Having traded quietly lower for the past few days, Chinese stocks tumbled in early trading on the mainland and in Hong Kong’s offshore mkt amid weakness in Asian equities. The Shanghai Composite Index dropped as much as 2.2% to head for its fifth loss in as many days, its longest losing streak since Aug. 2015.However a sudden bout of late afternoon buying sent the loss down to just -0.3%, on speculation China's national team was once again back in the markets. A similar fate befell stocks in China’s second-largest equity market, the Shenzhen Composite, which plunged the most in 10 months, underscoring the increasing fragility of the nation’s financial assets. The Shenzhen Composite Index sank as much as 6.1%, the biggest loss since Feb. 29. Traders pointed to concern that regulators will accelerate the pace of initial public offerings, already at a 19-year high, diverting liquidity from existing shares. The Shanghai Composite Index dropped as much as 2.2 percent in minutes before paring losses amid speculated buying by state-backed funds. About 60 stocks fell by the daily 10% limit on the Shenzhen Composite Index, with turnover totaling 259.2 billion yuan ($37.6 billion), the highest in more than a month. Nearly 100 stocks were halted limit down on China's Nasdaq-equivalent Chinext exchange. Meanwhile, in Europe banks led European stocks lower after Goldman Sachs Group Inc. downgraded Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, citing exposure to volatile politics. In reaction to concerns about the May and Trump statements, markets have seen a subdued risk off tone, with the EURUSD sliding, and USDJPY hitting 113.65 overnight before rebounding back over 114. Bloomberg notes that British government officials are trying to limit damage to the pound will speak to major banks in London before the U.K. leader sets out her vision for leaving the bloc in a speech on Tuesday, according to people familiar with the situation. Meanwhile Trump predicted that Britain’s exit will be a success that will encourage others to do the same. He also branded NATO obsolete. “Markets are trading in risk aversion mode,” said Neil Jones, the head of hedge-fund sales at Mizuho Bank Ltd. in London. “Investors and corporates around the world are concerned by the prospect of a hard Brexit. Pound rallies are limited and weak, while plunges are harsh and prolonged.” Among the key notable risk moves, the Stoxx Europe 600 Index dropped 0.5 percent after retreating as much as 0.8 percent. Banks and insurers led losses in Europe after Royal Bank of Scotland slid 2.8%. The U.K.’s FTSE 100 Index dropped less than 0.1 percent, poised to halt a record streak of daily gains and 10 consecutive all-time highs, despite the latest slump in sterling. S&P 500 futures declined 0.2% to 2,267. US stock markets are closed on Monday. In currencies, sterling traded 1.1% lower to $1.2052 at 10:49 a.m. in London after touching $1.1986, its weakest level since October. Overnight implied volatility in the pound against the dollar climbed to a five-month high before May’s speech. The measure exceed 30% a level only breached before three events in 2016 - Britain’s EU vote and the Bank of England’s July and August meetings. The euro dropped 0.5 percent to $1.0588. The yen rose 0.2 percent to 114.25 per dollar, extending gains for the longest winning streak since June. Turkey’s lira resumed its slide after it weakened 1.2%.The currency jumped 3.7 percent over Thursday and Friday after the central bank took steps to prop it up by tightening liquidity. In commodities, gold climbed 0.4 percent, extending last week’s surge to trade at $1,202.25 an ounce. Oil rose 0.3 percent to $52.51 a barrel. Iron ore futures jumped as much as 6.4% to $82.12 a metric ton, the highest level since October 2014. * * * DB's Jim Reid concludes the overnight wrap Martin Luther King Day means a quiet start to a busy week culminating in Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday. I say quiet but I'll be forever haunted by suggesting back in January 2008 that the MLK Day ahead was likely to be very quiet only for it to herald one of the worst days in stock market history after the rouge trader's positions were discovered at SocGen. The CAC and DAX were down -6.83% and -7.16% respectively that day and I've never taken public holidays lightly since. It's hard to see the inauguration being a market moving event (famous last words given what I've said above) but it will mark the point where we'll start the landmark first 100 days in office when the phoney war will end and action starts. Of more market interest will likely be the UK PM's speech tomorrow night where it was reported in the Sunday Times that Theresa May will signal plans for a “hard Brexit’’ by saying she’s willing to quit the single market in order to regain control of migration and law making. Sterling fell -1.83% and -0.85% against the Euro and Dollar last week as speculation mounted about this speech. In Asia it's down -1.34% as we go to print at $1.202 although it did temporarily test the waters below the $1.200 mark at one stage – a level not seen since the October flash crash. There’s some suggestion that comments from President-elect Trump, who said that the US is prepared to offer the UK a quick and fair trade deal, as well as a Bloomberg report suggesting that the UK Government is putting in place plans to speak to major Banks to calm any nerves in the event of another big selloff, is helping to at least put a bit of a floor in the price for now. On a related note, interestingly Mark Carney speaks tonight with no details on what he'll discuss while we’ve also got the Supreme Court appeal on the government’s Triggering of Article 50 around the corner (DB expects this to be on one of the forthcoming two Wednesday’s). So plenty to keep the market on its toes in the short term. The other main events of the week are discussed at the end but the highlights are the ECB lending survey tomorrow which was a bit soft last quarter but may be helped by a rebounding European banking sector. UK, US and Euro inflation numbers and a Yellen speech appear on Wednesday. We have what might be a lower profile ECB policy meeting on Thursday with Friday seeing the mass China monthly data dump. We also see a ramping up of US earnings and the annual Davos shindig which will guarantee plenty of headlines. I'll know I've made it in life if I ever get invited this event. In the meantime the moves for Sterling this morning appear to have sparked a bit of across the board risk aversion in Asia to begin the week. The Shanghai Comp is currently -1.40% and is on a run of 5 consecutive down days which is actually the longest since August 2015. The Hang Seng (-1.03%), Nikkei (-1.09%) and Kospi (-0.56%) are also in the red while the ASX (+0.50%) is the only index currently trading higher with materials leading the way. Currencies in Asia are also generally weaker while 10y JGB yields are little changed around 0.040%. Interestingly they’ve now held above that 0% band for over 2 months now. Moving on. As we highlighted above, with earnings likely to be one of the events to keep an eye on this week, the early signal from Friday’s releases were fairly encouraging after JPM, BofA and Wells Fargo all came in with Q4 reports that bettered market expectations. A combination of cost cuts and strong FICC revenues seemed to be the driving force for JPM and BofA in particular while the former encouragingly said on the conference call that they are starting to see better data at a US retail level too. The results helped the S&P 500 Financials index to close +0.55% which compares to a +0.18% gain for the wider S&P500. The Dow closed -0.03% and it does feel like there is some unwinding of the Trump trades passing through still. The European session had been a much better story though with the Stoxx 600 closing +0.95% to help the index nudge back into positive territory for the week. Financials also outperformed in credit, particularly so in Europe where Senior and Sub Fins closed 4bps and 10bps tighter respectively, compared to a 2bp tighter move for Main. Away from earnings, the US data was also in the spotlight on Friday. Most notable was the December retail sales numbers where headline sales (+0.6% mom vs. +0.7% expected) missed by a smallish margin. There was a much bigger miss for the ex auto and gas component though (0.0% vs. +0.4% expected) while the control group component (+0.2% mom vs. +0.4% expected) also disappointed. The rest of the data was a bit of a wash. Headline PPI (+0.3% mom) printed in line, as did the core ex food, energy and trade print (+0.1% mom). Business inventories rose a little bit more than expected in November (+0.7% mom vs. +0.6% expected) while the flash University of Michigan consumer sentiment reading for this month was a touch on the softer side (98.1 vs. 98.5 expected; from 98.2 in December). That said 1y inflation expectations were bumped up from 2.2% to 2.6% while 5-10y inflation expectations were nudged up to 2.5% from 2.3%. The Atlanta Fed revised their Q4 GDP forecast down one-tenth to 2.8% following the retail sales numbers, while the USD index (-0.17%) softened a touch to finish with a -1.02% weekly loss. 10y Treasury yields did nudge up 3.3bps to 2.397% but still finished the week a few basis points down from the prior week close. There wasn’t much of note in Europe although it’s worth highlighting that our economists reported that their SIREN momentum and surprise indicators are now in the top deciles of their respective readings over the past decade. It’s been almost six years since both indices were in their top deciles. Indeed, their combined message stands close to the top 1% of its historical readings. They also go on to note that the SIREN momentum per reference quarter points to annualised euro area growth in Q4 2016 close to, if not above 2%, which would be the strongest quarter since Q1 2015. So while we’re expecting no fireworks from the ECB this week, the recent data – should it continue – could force the outright tapering debate into a sooner than expected timeframe. Staying in Europe, it’s worth noting that Canadian rating agency DBRS downgraded Italy’s sovereign rating on Friday to BBB High from A Low, citing their ability to pass reforms and the weakness in the banking sector and fragile growth. The decision will add to banking pressures for Italy given that it’ll force an increase in haircuts on some Italian collateral posted at the ECB. The move has also stripped Italy of what was its final A rating amongst the big 4 rating agencies. Turning now to the week ahead and expanding on the brief highlights at the top. With markets closed in the US today for Martin Luther King Day it’s an unsurprisingly quiet start to the week with just the Euro area trade balance reading in November due. Tuesday kicks off in Japan where industrial production data is due. In Europe there will be plenty of focus on the ECB’s bank lending survey due early on, while the December inflation report in the UK will also be under the spotlight. The January ZEW survey for Germany is also due out. Over in the US tomorrow the only data due out is the January Empire manufacturing print. Turning to Wednesday, Germany and the Euro area will release the final revisions to December CPI reports while the UK will release the latest labour market data. Over in the US inflation data will also be the focus with the December report due out. Industrial and manufacturing production, as well as the NAHB housing market index will also be due. With little else of note on Thursday morning the main focus will be on the ECB policy meeting. In the US we’ll get housing starts and building permits data as well initial jobless claims and the Philly Fed business outlook print. It’s a blockbuster end to the week in China on Friday with the Q4 GDP print due along with December activity indicators including industrial production, retail sales and fixed asset investment. During the European session we’ll get PPI in Germany and retail sales in the UK. There’s nothing of note in the US on Friday. As well as the above, there’s also plenty of Fedspeak this week. Both Dudley and Williams are scheduled to speak tomorrow, before Kashkari and Yellen speak on Wednesday. The latter is taking part in a   discussion at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco however is also expected to give an economic assessment. The Fed Chair then speaks again on Friday, along with Harker and Williams. The ECB’s Villeroy and Praet also speak today along with the BoE’s Carney while we’ll also get the usual ECB press conference on Thursday. Earnings will also be in the spotlight with Morgan Stanley tomorrow, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and Netflix on Wednesday, IBM on Thursday and Schlumberger and General Electric on Friday due. Away from that world leaders will also congregate in Davos this week for the World Economic Forum while UK PM Theresa May is due to outline Brexit plans on Tuesday. Clearly the other big focus this week is the inauguration of Donald Trump as US President on Friday.

16 января, 10:44

Фондовые индексы АТР снижаются в понедельник, дешевеют акции японских экспортеров

Фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона (АТР) снижаются в понедельник, японский рынок падает вслед за котировками акций экспортеров.

16 января, 08:04

Ситуация на фондовых площадках Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона:

Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются в красной зоне. Котировки на крупнейшей в Азии Токийской фондовой бирже торгуются со снижением котировок на фоне укрепления иены, однако движения на рынке ограничены, поскольку инвесторы ожидают инаугурации избранного президента США Дональда Трампа. В ходе торгов в Токио снизились на 2,5% цены на акции металлургических компаний. Лидером отрасли стали Nippon Steel, рыночная стоимость которой снизилась на 3,9%. На фоне роста курса иены снижаются в цене акции ведущих экспортеров - автомобильных компаний: акции Toyota Motor подешевели на 0,5% и Nissan Motor - на 0,2%. Рыночная стоимость Mazda Motor снизилась на 1,13%. Nikkei 225 19,120.91 -166.37 -0.86% Shanghai Composite 3,069.15 -43.61 -1.40% S&P/ASX 200 5,748.70 +27.58 +0.48% Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam

13 января, 13:24

Фондовые индексы АТР слабо снизились в пятницу, завершили неделю в плюсе

Фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона (АТР) незначительно опустились в пятницу, однако выросли по итогам недели.

13 января, 07:02

Ситуация на фондовых площадках Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона:

Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются разнонаправленно. Инвесторы разочарованы тем, что избранный президент США Дональд Трамп не в состоянии разработать планы по стимулированию экономики на пресс-конференции два дня назад. Участники торгов в основном проигнорировали торговые данные из Китая, где, согласно отчету таможенного управления КНР, экспорт упал более, чем ожидалось, на -6,1% по сравнению с годом ранее, а объем импорта вырос незначительно на 3,1%. Являясь крупнейшей в мире торговой нации, Китай может оказаться под давлением от протекционистских мер в внешнеэкономической политики Трампа. Широчайший индекс MSCI по акциям Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона за пределами Японии снизился на 0,2% после роста до самых высоких уровней с конца октября в ходе предыдущей сессии. Котировки на крупнейшей в Азии Токийской фондовой бирже растут на фоне коррекции после мощного падения, зафиксированного в четверг. Nikkei 225 19,286.72 +152.02 +0.79% Shanghai Composite 3,122.93 +3.64 +0.12% S&P/ASX 200 5,720.00 -46.85 -0.81% Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam

12 января, 14:36

Dollar, Futures Slump; Gold Spikes Over $1,200 After Trump Disappoints Markets

Risk assets declined across the globe, with European, Asian shares and S&P 500 futures all falling, while the dollar slumped against most currencies after a news conference by President-elect Donald Trump disappointed investors with limited details of his economic-stimulus plans, and the Trumpflation/reflation trade was said to be unwinding. "The risk was always that a president like Trump would end up upsetting that consensus (of faster U.S. growth, stronger dollar) view by introducing more political uncertainty," said asset manager GAM's head of multi-asset portfolios Larry Hatheway. The biggest mover, and perhaps the key driver of risk since the election, was the dollar which tumbled as much as 0.8%, falling below its 50DMA for the first time since the election, and back to where it was during the December 14 Fed rate hike announcement, while Treasuries gained alongside commodities, as Donald Trump’s press conference sent a wake-up call to the market about exalted expectations for fiscal stimulus in the U.S. "Overall, investors are wary ahead of Trump's inauguration – a case of buy the talk (Trumpflation), but sell the news," analysts at Societe Generale said in a note. However while negative for the US, that Trump did not mention possible tariffs against Chinese exports, was a relief for Asian share markets that have feared the outbreak of a global trade war. The lack of detail about a potential stimulus also put safety plays such as bonds and gold back in favor, cooling bets that have built in recent months on significantly higher global inflation and series of U.S. interest rate hikes. It was enough to send the dollar tumbling back below 114 yen for the first time in five weeks and brought some welcome relief to Brexit-bruised sterling and Turkey's lira, which has been badly beaten up this year. The USD/JPY broke below the prior session low of 114.25 to reach its weakest level in a month as broad assets position adjustments after recent rally continues to lower the pair’s range, said Satoshi Okagawa, senior global market analyst at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. in Singapore. Eventually the pair slid as low as 113.77 shortly after the European open before rebounding to just above 114. The euro was back at $1.0650 for the first time in a month, shaky sterling climbed above $1.22 and Sweden's crown hit a four-month high and cracked its 200-day moving average against the euro after pacy inflation data. It was also bliss for bond markets that have been in reverse since Trump's election fuel led bets on higher U.S. interest rates that tend to set the bar for global borrowing costs. Gold spiked on the weak dollar, rising above $1,200 since November 23, and at the 38.2% Fibonacci of the Trump-Led slide. With all eyes on the dollar, the U.S. currency slumped against most major and the 10-year Treasury yield touched the lowest since November as Trump’s first press conference since his election victory gave no details on policy. European stocks headed for their lowest close since the end of 2016 and drugmakers across the globe sold off. Turkey’s currency climbed for the first time in six days as the nation’s central bank tightened lira liquidity. Gold advanced to a seven-week high and industrial metals rallied.  The Stoxx Europe 600 Index lost 0.5 percent and the FTSE 100 fell 0.2 percent, halting a record streak of gains.     Health-care shares headed for their biggest drop since November, deepening losses that began late yesterday. As Bloomberg, and virtually everyone else has pointed out many times already, Trump’s press conference left investors with few specifics on the timing and scope of planned policies from infrastructure spending to trade pacts. Since his victory, the dollar and global equities have rallied, while bonds sold off, on bets inflation would pick up with growth. Health-care stocks were pressured Thursday as Trump said he’d force the pharmaceutical industry to bid for government business in the world’s largest drug market. “Markets are disappointed by a lack of detail around the much touted stimulus plans,” said Michael McCarthy, Sydney-based chief market strategist at CMC Markets Plc. “There is a growing fear that recent positive moves are based on bombast, and could unravel very quickly.” "The news conference was a far cry from the market friendly, pro-growth "presidential" comments that Trump delivered at his acceptance speech," wrote analysts at Westpac, adding it left a "veritable laundry list" of questions unanswered. Futures on the S&P 500 Index fell 0.3 percent. The underlying gauge increased 0.3 percent on Wednesday, staging an afternoon rally and recouping losses of as much as 0.4 percent.  In rates, the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield fell five basis points to 2.32 percent, touching the lowest level since Nov. 30. German 10-year yields dropped three basis points to 0.29 percent, while those in the U.K. slid five basis points to 1.29 percent. Bulletin Headline Summary from RanSquawk European equities trade in the red, albeit modestly so as Europe continues to digest the fallout from Trump's press conference Some sweeping moves in the USD this morning, and all spurred by the lack of substance in yesterday's press conference by president elect Trump Looking ahead, highlights include ECB meeting minutes, US import and export prices, Fed's Yellen, Bullard and Kaplan Market Snapshot S&P 500 futures down 0.3% to 2264 Stoxx 600 down 0.2% to 364 FTSE 100 down 0.2% to 7273 DAX down 0.5% to 11582 German 10Yr yield down 1bp to 0.32% Italian 10Yr yield up 1bp to 1.88% Spanish 10Yr yield up less than 1bp to 1.42% S&P GSCI Index up 0.8% to 398 Nikkei 225 down 1.2% to 19135 Hang Seng down 0.5% to 22829 Shanghai Composite down 0.6% to 3119 S&P/ASX 200 down less than 0.1% to 5767 US 10-yr yield down 5bps to 2.32% Dollar Index down 0.62% to 101.15 WTI Crude futures up 0.6% to $52.55 Brent Futures up 0.9% to $55.58 Gold spot up 1% to $1,204 Silver spot up 1.2% to $16.93 Top News Obamacare Repeal Effort Clears First Big Hurdle in U.S. Senate: the U.S. Senate took the first step toward repealing Obamacare in a razor-thin vote early Thursday U.S. Said to Prepare WTO Complaint Against China on Aluminum: case focusing on loans said to be unveiled as soon as Thursday; global glut of aluminum threatening remaining U.S. capacity Alphabet Says It Shut Down Titan Drone Internet Project: similar project pursued by Facebook has also faced setback Blackstone Said to Vie With Warburg, Chinese Group for GLP: Blackstone considering offer for GLP, potentially pitting it against Warburg Pincus and a separate Chinese group J&J, Actelion Said to Reach Tentative Agreement on Price: discussions now said to focus on valuing separated R&D unit; companies could reach a final deal as soon as this month VW Officials Destroyed Files, E-Mails as Diesel Scheme Unraveled: co. pleads guilty, 5 more charged in emissions cheat Tillerson Says China Can’t Have Access to South China Sea Isles: U.S. Secretary of State nominee says China must be denied access to artificial islands built in disputed water U.S. Intelligence Chief Tells Trump He’s Dismayed by Leaks: Clapper said leak likely didn’t originate from spy agencies HSBC to Pay $45 Million to Settle Euribor Price-Fixing Case Floor & Decor Said to Revive IPO With >$1b Valuation: Reuters Jawbone Said to Be Looking for Funds After Fitbit Approach: FT CVC Capital Said in Advanced Talks to Buy MSC Software: Reuters Apax Partners Sells 48% Stake in GlobalLogic For $1.5b: ET Looking at regional markets, we start in Asia where stock markets traded lower across the board to shrug off the positive lead from Wall Street as Trump's press conference led USD lower and as the surge in oil markets lifted the energy names. Nikkei 225 (-1.2%) underperformed on a firmer JPY as USD/JPY broke below 115.00, while comments in the US session from Trump criticising the healthcare sector led the pharmaceutical sector lower by around 3%. ASX 200 (-0.1%) pared early gains despite higher commodity prices, as a second day of double digit loss for Bellamy's and near 2% declined in the health care sector weighed the index. In China, Shanghai Comp (-0.6%) and Hang Seng (-0.4%) were lower amid a lack of news-flow and yet another reserved liquidity operation by the PBoC. 10yr JGBs traded marginally higher amid the risk averse tone in the region, while the curve flattened amid outperformance in the long end. Top Asian NEws China Credit Growth Exceeds Estimates as Lending Remains Robust: aggregate financing was 1.63 trillion yuan in December; Broad M2 money supply increased by 11.3% percent, PBOC says Macau Casinos Lead Declines in Hong Kong Amid Revenue Concerns: Casino stocks dragged Hong Kong’s benchmark equity index lower by the most in three weeks Pimco Says China’s Next Big Shock May Be a Yuan Free Float: It would lead to a knee-jerk tumble, exacerbating capital outflows and sending shockwaves through global markets All of the major European bourses trade in the red this morning with many analysts stating that President elect Trumps failure to mention any fiscal spending plans could be the main reason for the subdued sentiment. In company specific news, Tesco (-2.3%) shares are trading soft after broad sector strength earlier in the week. Elsewhere, Healthcare shares have been hit this morning after Trump stated that healthcare companies should be allowed to get away with charging extortionate prices. Luxury names have been trading well with Burberry (+1.3%) trading higher in sympathy with Richemont (7.6%) who reported a strong set of earnings pre-market. In Fixed income markets, Bunds opened higher in tandem with their US counterparts performance overnight, although prices have pulled away from best levels as markets take the opportunity to book profits. Elsewhere, supply from Europe has come in the form of Italian BTPs and a UK 2025 Gilt auction with UK paper relatively unfazed by a firm b/c of 2.52 and small yield tail. Top European News German Economic Growth Accelerated in 2016 on Domestic Spending: German economic growth accelerated more than analysts forecast in 2016 to its fastest pace in 5 years Richemont Reports Unexpected Sales Gain as Watches Improve: 3Q sales +5% after falling 12% in 1H; better own-store watch sales good sign for wholesale: analysts Swatch Gains; Positive Read-Across from Richemont, Short Squeeze European Broadcasters Hook Up in Web Push as Viewers Move Online: Mediaset, TF1 invest in ProSiebenSat.1’s Studio71 unit UBI Climbs After Offering 1 Euro to Buy 3 Rescued Small Banks; UBI plans to raise as much as EU400m through a rights offer to purchase three “good banks” at a symbolic price Tesco Falls as Sales Growth Fails to Satisfy Investors; investor hopes had been raised by Wm Morrison Supermarkets’ results earlier in week In currencies, there have been some sweeping moves in the USD this morning, and all spurred by the lack of substance in yesterday's press conference by president elect Trump. This is all the talk at the moment, so there is everything to suggest that this may continue to a modest degree, with USD dip buyers likely to limit and significant moves from current pullback levels. USD/JPY has taken out 114.00, but still looks vulnerable to a deeper correction which sees the potential for 113.00 base on the charts. Support from here stretches down to 111.45-50 before we can start talking of a reversal. This is very much the case in EUR/USD, where sellers have come in around 1.0650-60, but the risk for a move to 1.0700-1.0800 remains as rising EU inflation raises the prospect on greater consideration of (ECB) tapering. GBP has also benefitted from the turn in the USD as we have seen 1.2300 tipped in Cable this morning. Brexit related fears will keep a lid on any major recoveries — especially against the USD — as yield differentials also dictate. EUR/GBP price action will also reflect a clearer picture, but sentiment USD based for now. USD/CAD is now threatening a move on 1.3000 on the downside, with Oil prices having held up well over the last 24 hours. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index, a gauge of the greenback against 10 major peers, fell 0.8 percent at 10:01 a.m. London time. It’s flat since the Fed’s rate decision on Dec. 14.  In commodities, the big mover in the commodity complex is Gold, taking out USD 1,200 as the USD was hit hard during president elect Trump's ineffective press conference yesterday. Resistance levels here into the mid USD1200's worth noting as USD dip buyers likely. Oil prices have performed well in the last 24 hours, and indeed over last night's key events. WTI above USD50.00 looks comfortable for now. Base metals mixed, but stable despite the lack of focus on infrastructure spending in the US. Anticipated China demand supports Copper which added 2.2% to $5,842 a metric ton, the highest in a month after Indonesia confirmed a halt to concentrate exports. Zinc rose 2.1 percent and nickel gained 1.5 percent.  U.S. natural gas rose 3% to $3.32 per million British thermal units as a Bloomberg survey showed inventories probably fell by 141 billion cubic feet last week. U.K. natural gas rose 1.3 percent to 56.70 pence a therm, a fourth day of gains amid forecasts for cold weather. Looking at today’s calendar, in the US the data docket contains the import price index reading for last month, last week’s initial jobless claims and the December monthly budget statement. Away from the data we’ll get the latest ECB minutes from last month’s policy meeting as well as a number of Fed speakers including Harker, Evans and Lockhart at 8.30am GMT, Bullard at 1.15pm and Kaplan at 1.45pm. * * * US Event Calendar 8:30am: Import Price Index MoM, Dec., est. 0.7% (prior -0.3%) 8:30am: Initial Jobless Claims, Jan. 7, est. 255k (prior 235k) 8:30am: Fed’s Harker Speaks in Malvern, Pennsylvania 8:30am: Fed’s Evans and Lockhart Take Part in Panel in Naples, Florida 9:45am: Bloomberg Consumer Comfort, Jan. 8 (prior 45.5) 10am: Freddie Mac mortgage rates 10:30am: EIA natural-gas storage change 12pm: Monthly World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates 1:15pm: Fed’s Bullard Speaks in New York on U.S. Outlook 1:45pm: Fed’s Kaplan Speaks at Dallas Regional Chamber Event 2pm: Monthly Budget Statement, Dec., est. -$26.0b (prior - $136.7b) Government Calendar 9:30am: Senate Armed Services Cmte hearing on nomination of retired Gen. James Mattis for defense secretary 10am: Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Cmte hearing on nomination of Ben Carson for HUD secretary 10am: Senate Foreign Relations Cmte second hearing on nomination of former Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson for sec. of state 10am: Senate Intelligence Cmte hearing nomination of Mike Pompeo for CIA director 2pm: House Armed Services Cmte holds mark up of waiver measure DB's Jim Reid concludes the overnight wrap Morning from Zurich. I listened to President-elect Trump's press conference on Bloomberg radio yesterday while on the tarmac waiting to take off from Oslo to Copenhagen. I must admit that whilst there was nothing much of substance for financial markets to take from it there's no doubting it was compelling stuff and it was one of the rare times I really didn't want a flight to take off and lose signal. I've never known anything like it from an incoming or sitting leader anywhere in the world. For a start you don't often have cheering and clapping at a press conference which came from a contingent of Mr Trump's  supporters at the event. We also had a fierce exchange between the future President and a CNN reporter who was refused a question due to his organisation's reporting of Trump's alleged relationship with Russia. We also learnt that Mr Trump turned down $2 billion last week from a Dubai developer and also a discussion over his trip to Russia to work on Miss Universe. Not the everyday stuff of governmental press conferences but when you see some of the bland stage managed versions around the world who is to say it's the wrong approach. There was also a very brief mention of a “major border tax on companies leaving the US” and that Obamacare will be repealed and replaced “almost simultaneously” but overall markets were disappointed at the lack of substance around policy in particular. This was most apparent in FX where the US Dollar index finished the day -0.23% (and is down another -0.22% this morning) but was actually down as much as -1.62% from the intraday high at one stage. Over in rates 10y Treasury yields were down close to 5bps at one point, touching an intraday low in yield of 2.327%, before paring that move late into the close to finish more or less unchanged around 2.373%. Meanwhile equity markets posted modest gains but in reality were propped up by the +2.81% rebound for WTI Oil – despite some bearish inventory data - which helped the energy sector to outperform. Indeed the S&P 500 closed +0.28% and the Dow +0.50% but healthcare names took a bit of hit with Trump critical of drug pricing and saying that the industry needs “more competitive drug bidding” and that its currently “getting away with murder”. The Nasdaq Biotech index tumbled -2.96% as a result and had its worst day since October 11th. Elsewhere Gold (+0.31%) notched up yet another gain however base metals generally eased off following the recent strong run. The European session had been a bit of a sideshow prior to Trump but markets still generally closed a touch firmer with the Stoxx 600 finishing +0.23%. The FTSE 100 (+0.21%) also notched up another gain and in doing so marked the first time the index has ever closed higher for 12 days in a row. That also coincided with Sterling at one stage touching a new 3-month low of $1.2039, before bouncing back into the close. The latest leg lower came as Governor Carney spoke and warned that Brexit could “amplify” four other dangers to the UK economy including the current account deficit, further weakness in Sterling, mounting consumer credit and a weaker commercial property market. On a related note, Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon was dealt a bit of a blow yesterday after senior Norwegian politicians argued that it would be impossible for Scotland to move to a ‘Norway-style’ model for staying in the single market while also remaining part of the UK. This morning in Asia it’s been another mixed start for markets. Most notable has been the decline for Japanese equities with the Nikkei (-1.26%) and Topix (-1.22%) tumbling with the healthcare sector and particularly those names with revenue exposure in the US notably underperforming following Trump’s comments about the sector. The Yen has also rallied about 2% since Trump spoke, which is also weighing. Meanwhile the Hang Seng (-0.33%) is also weaker, while the Shanghai Comp (+0.20%) and Kospi (+0.12%) are posting modest gains. The ASX is little changed. Moving on. Yesterday we published our first Euro HY strategy monthly of the year. Since we published our 2017 Credit Outlook in late November we have seen some fairly impressive moves for EUR HY credit  spreads. At this time we have no intention of changing our FY spread forecasts but given the strength of these moves we assess the implications for potential returns in 2017. At the time of the outlook our spread and default rate forecasts indicated that, whilst low, both excess and total returns should still be positive for 2017. Unsurprisingly given the positive performance in December and at the start of January we are now at a starting point where returns are likely to be negative for the coming year. Around -0.4% in terms of excess returns and -1.3% in total returns. We continue to think the intra-year range could be large for spreads and think there will be a better entry point into EUR HY than current levels even if this is not immediate. Please email [email protected] if you haven't received it. Also yesterday we published a Credit Bite "Moody's Default Rates Tracker" (https://goo.gl/gCc5pU) detailing the agencies' latest 12-month-trailing high-yield default rates and their forecasts for the next 12 months. The default rate was 2.08% in Europe, 5.65% in the US and 4.41% globally. The baseline forecast for the next 12 months is 2.1% for Europe, 3.8% for the US and 3% globally In our 2017 Outlook, we forecast 2.5% for Europe (https://goo.gl/BkHYrJ) and our US colleagues predict 5% for the US having revised down their earlier 7.25% forecast (https://goo.gl/3tWmf4). This is broadly in line with Moody’s view of a continued benign default environment in Europe and peaking of US defaults in the course of the year, although our US colleagues remain more cautious. Before we wrap up, in terms of the economic data yesterday the only releases of note came from the UK. Both industrial production (+2.1% mom vs. +1.0% expected) and manufacturing production (+1.3% mom vs. +0.5% expected) surprised to the upside, while the November trade deficit was reported as widening a little bit more than expected (to £12.2bn vs. £11.1bn expected). Carney also acknowledged yesterday that “the recent data would be consistent with a further upgrade of the forecasts” of the Bank. Meanwhile over in Italy the Italian Constitutional Court rejected a request by the largest Italian union to force a referendum to overturn the core of the labour reform introduced by Renzi’s government in 2015, including the rejecting of the easing of redundancy rules for new hires. The ruling should come as some relief to new PM Gentiloni. Looking at today’s calendar the only notable data due out in Europe this morning is the final revision to the December CPI report in France, Euro area industrial production in November and Germany’s first  estimate of calendar year 2016 GDP growth. Over in the US the data docket contains the import price index reading for last month, last week’s initial jobless claims and the December monthly budget statement. Away from the data we’ll get the latest ECB minutes from last month’s policy meeting as well as a number of Fed speakers including Harker, Evans and Lockhart at 1.30pm GMT, Bullard at 6.15pm GMT and Kaplan at 6.45pm GMT.  

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Ситуация на фондовых площадках Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона:

Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются разнонаправленно. Инвесторы оказались несколько разочарованными результатами ожидаемой пресс-конференции Дональда Трампа, поскольку избранный президент не огласил деталей своей экономической политики и не затрагивал тему снижения налогообложения для компаний, на что все так рассчитывали. Котировки на крупнейшей в Азии Токийской фондовой бирже снизились на фоне укрепления курса иены к доллару, что невыгодно японским экспортерам. Иена укрепилась так как первая пресс-конференция Дональда Трампа, с момента предвыборной кампании, не принесла ясности относительно его планов по стимулированию экономики США. Nikkei 225 19,104.51 -260.16 -1.34% Shanghai Composite 3,143.06 +6.31 +0.20% S&P/ASX 200 5,762.90 -8.58 -0.15% Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam

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