Фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона (АТР) упали в пятницу: трейдеры начинают опасаться, что подъем фондовых рынков, последовавший за избранием Дональда Трампа президентом США, является чрезмерным.
Фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона (АТР) падают в пятницу: трейдеры начинают опасаться, что подъем фондовых рынков, последовавший за избранием Дональда Трампа президентом США, является чрезмерным.
Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются в красной зоне после бурного роста котировок в четверг на фоне договоренности участников Организации стран - экспортеров нефти (ОПЕК) о сокращении ее добычи. Инвесторы ожидают публикацию, важнейших для рынка, данных по числу рабочих мест вне сельского хозяйства США, которые выйдут сегодня в 13:30 GMT. Многие на рынке считают, что именно эти данные дают наиболее ясный ориентир относительно состояния рынка труда и могут увеличить шансы на продолжение ужесточения денежно-кредитной политики ФРС США. Котировки на крупнейшей в Азии Токийской фондовой бирже растут, так как инвесторы фиксируют прибыль, после вчерашнего незначительного роста. По словам аналитиков, инвесторы сейчас фиксируют прибыль, полагая, что котировки на рынке несколько завышены. Также на динамику торгов влияет курс иены, который немного увеличился, что невыгодно японским компаниям-экспортерам. На фоне позитива на нефтяном рынке растут котировки японских корпораций Japan Petroleum Exploration и Inpex на 3,4% и 1,1 % соответственно. Наибольшие потери зафиксированы среди японских поставщиков компании Apple Inc, после сообщения о сокращении заказов на iPhone 7. Акции Альпы Electric упали на 3,3%, Taiyo Yuden - на 1,8% и Murata Manufacturing - на 2,9%. Nikkei 225 18,400.58 -112.54 -0.61% Shanghai Composite 3,247.67 -25.64 -0.78% S&P/ASX 200 5,452.20 -48.04 -0.87% Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam
(индекс/цена закрытия/изменение, пункты/изменение, %) Nikkei 225 18,513.12 +204.64 +1.12% Shanghai Composite 3,274.07 +24.04 +0.74% S&P/ASX 200 5,500.24 0.00 0.00% FTSE 100 6,752.93 -30.86 -0.45% CAC 40 4,560.61 -17.73 -0.39% Xetra DAX 10,534.05 -106.25 -1.00% S&P 500 2,191.08 -7.73 -0.35% Dow Jones Industrial Average 19,191.93 +68.35 +0.36% S&P/TSX Composite 15,027.53 -55.32 -0.37% Источник: FxTeam
Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются в зеленой зоне так как инвесторы позитивно восприняли решение о сокращении добычи нефти на встрече членов Организации стран-экспортеров нефти (ОПЕК) в Вене. По итогам встречи ОПЕК было принято решение сократить добычу нефти до 32,5 млн баррелей в сутки, как и было оговорено ранее в Алжире. То есть с 1 января 2017 года страны ОПЕК снижают среднесуточную добычу на 1,164 млн баррелей. Теперь ОПЕК предстоит заключить подобную сделку с нерезидентами картеля, прежде всего, с Россией. От не входящих в организацию стран ОПЕК ожидает сокращения добычи на 600 тыс. баррелей в день с 2017 года. По мнению многих аналитиков такое решение приведет к достижению баланса уровня спроса и предложения на нефтяном рынке, что, в свою очередь, стабилизирует цены на сырье. Сегодня цена фьючерса на дубайскую сырую нефть с поставкой в апреле 2017 года в ходе торгов на Токийской товарной бирже выросла до самого высокого уровня за последний год. По сравнению с торгами в среду этот показатель поднялся сразу на 8,3%. Акции нефтяной компании Inpex на Токийской фондовой бирже подорожали на 9,8%. Рост бумаг на 2,1% также зафиксировал автопроизводитель Toyota. Росту котировок на фондовом рынке материкового Китая также способствовали позитивные данные по индексу активности в производственном и непроизводственном секторе страны. Согласно отчету Китайской Федерацией Логистики и Снабжения, официальный индекс деловой активности в сфере услуг в ноябре вырос до 54,7, после роста до 54,0 в октябре. Также стало известно, индекс деловой активности в производственном секторе, в ноябре составил 51,7 пункта, что выше предыдущего значения 51,2 и прогноза экономистов 51,0. Рост индекса менеджеров по снабжению в Китае растет второй месяц подряд, и остается выше значения 50 уже четвертый месяц подряд. Окончательный индекс менеджеров по снабжению для производственной сферы Китая от Caixin, публикуемый Markit Economics, в ноябре вырос до 50,9 против 51,2 в октябре. Несмотря на небольшое снижения по сравнению с предыдущим месяцем, индекс оказался выше прогноза аналитиков 50,8. Nikkei 225 18,675.26 +366.78 +2.00% Shanghai Composite 3,267.08 +17.04 +0.52% S&P/ASX 200 5,492.50 +52.03 +0.96% Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam
(индекс/цена закрытия/изменение, пункты/изменение, %) Nikkei 225 18,308.48 +1.44 +0.01% Shanghai Composite 3,250.59 -32.34 -0.98% S&P/ASX 200 5,440.47 0.00 0.00% FTSE 100 6,783.79 +11.79 +0.17% CAC 40 4,578.34 +26.88 +0.59% Xetra DAX 10,640.30 +19.81 +0.19% S&P 500 2,198.81 -5.85 -0.27% Dow Jones Industrial Average 19,123.58 +1.98 +0.01% S&P/TSX Composite 15,082.85 +83.04 +0.55% Источник: FxTeam
European, Asian stocks rise as do S&P futures as OPEC ministers gathering in Vienna appeared to be set to announce a deal to cut oil production and prop up global prices. Oil has surged over 7% as a result, also pushing US TSY yields and the dollar higher. With all eyes on Vienna, where optimism OPEC ministers will salvage a deal to cut production, oil has soared by over 6% reverberating through the financial markets, spurring oil’s biggest gain in two weeks and sending stocks of energy producers and currencies of commodity-exporting nations higher. Crude bounced off a two-week low as Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh said producers will reach an agreement without his country freezing production. Russia’s ruble, Norway’s krone and Mexico’s peso advanced as oil companies led European stocks higher for the second day. Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc slipped 4 percent after failing the Bank of England’s toughest-ever stress test. While some are skeptical, such as Stuart Samuels, a London-based sales trader at Oppenheimer Europe, who spoke to Bloomberg saying that “oil prices are driving today’s gains -- anything other than a production cut and we’ll head south. Markets tracking the move in crude near-term is causing some volatility. I’d be inclined to take some profits,” so far the algos are in charge forcing a furious squeeze. As Reuters summarizes, combined with fresh concern about China's banking system, a stress test for British banks and a raft of euro zone data, the OPEC meeting topped off a wild November for financial markets that has been dominated by Donald Trump's victory in the U.S. presidential election. European stocks were lifted by a jump in oil companies amid the OPEC talk, although banks struggled as Royal Bank of Scotland failed a Bank of England stress test and Italian lenders fell before a referendum on the country's political system on Sunday. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index rose 0.1 percent, keeping it on track for its best month in four. Shares of oil producers headed for a one-month high, bouncing back from a three-day slide. BP, Shell and Eni SpA climbed at least 2.5 percent. Linde AG led chemical companies higher in Europe, gaining 6.6 percent after saying it’s reviewing a revised merger proposal from Praxair Inc. Royal Bank of Scotland declined as much as 5 percent in London trading, reaching its lowest since Nov. 9. Worries about China's financial sector had also spread in Asia overnight. Shanghai stocks fell about 1 percent amid concern about government moves to stem capital flight and halt the recent sharp fall in the yuan. "The stress could continue for a while," said Gu Weiyong, chief investment officer at hedge fund Ucom Investment Co. "Whether the situation gets better depends on the willingness of the central bank to inject more liquidity into the system." Emerging stocks rose marginally but were headed for their biggest monthly fall since January. Currencies hit by the latest onslaught from the dollar were also set to close November with hefty losses. The Turkish lira and Mexican peso have lost around 8 to 9 percent versus the dollar for their biggest monthly declines since 2008 and 2012 respectively. The dollar advanced 0.7 percent to 113.12 yen. The greenback has climbed 7.9 percent against its Japanese peer since Oct. 31, headed for its biggest gain since February 2009. Bloomberg’s dollar gauge advanced 0.1 percent, pushing its gain this month to 3.5 percent, the most since May. "Dollar strength has mainly been driven by expectations, so these can only carry you so far," Commerzbank currency strategist Esther Reichelt said. "In the end we want to see some facts to show these changed expectations are justified." Treasury 10-year yields rose four basis points to 2.33 percent, up from 1.83 percent on Oct. 31. The yield is on course of the biggest monthly since December 2009. German bund yields declined one basis point to 0.21 percent * * * Market Snapshot S&P 500 futures up 0.2% to 2208 Stoxx 600 up 0.2% to 341 FTSE 100 up 0.6% to 6812 DAX up 0.2% to 10645 German 10Yr yield down 1bp to 0.21% Italian 10Yr yield down less than 1bp to 1.94% Spanish 10Yr yield up less than 1bp to 1.51% S&P GSCI Index up 3.2% to 371.6 MSCI Asia Pacific up less than 0.1% to 136 Nikkei 225 up less than 0.1% to 18308 Hang Seng up 0.2% to 22790 Shanghai Composite down 1% to 3250 S&P/ASX 200 down 0.3% to 5440 US 10-yr yield up 4bps to 2.33% Dollar Index up 0.21% to 101.14 WTI Crude futures up 7.4% to $48.51 Brent Futures up 6.5% to $49.40 Gold spot down less than 0.1% to $1,187 Silver spot up 0.2% to $16.66 Top Headline News OPEC Ministers Say a Deal Is Close as Meeting on Oil Cuts Begins: Iran Oil Minister Zanganeh says OPEC to reach an agreement Linde Says It’s Reviewing New Merger Proposal From Praxair: Combination would create largest supplier of industrial gases RBS Fails Toughest-Ever BOE Stress Test, Boosts Capital Plan: RBS says intends to cut costs and reduce risk-weighted assets Mnuchin Said to Be Trump’s Treasury Pick as Economic Team Forms: Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross said to be Commerce choice Negotiators Said to Agree on $611.2 Billion Defense Bill: Measure strips military draft requirement for young women Weatherford Curbs U.S. Fracking Business as Low Prices Persist: Baker Hughes says it’s forming a new fracking joint venture Trump Notches a Win as Carrier Agrees to Keep 1,000 Jobs in U.S.: Announcement said to be set for Thursday at Indiana factory * * * Looking at regional markets, Asian stocks failed to capitalize on the impetus from a positive lead from Wall St and traded mixed ahead of the looming OPEC showdown and on month-end rebalancing. Nikkei 225 (+0.1%) was flat as recent JPY softness stemmed downside in the index, while ASX 200 (-0.3%) was led lower by energy and mining after WTI crude futures and iron ore prices both declined around 4%. KOSPI was kept afloat by record highs in index heavyweight Samsung Electronics, while Chinese markets were mixed with the Shanghai Comp (-1.0%) the laggard amid 8% declines in Dalian iron ore prices attributed to profit taking, tech selling and liquidity concerns which saw money market rates surge, while the Hang Seng (+0.2%) was underpinned by property names after Evergrande boosted its stake in China's largest residential property developer Vanke. 10yr JGBs were marginally lower with underperformance in the short-end on month-end flows and profit-taking following strength in the wake of yesterday's 2-year auction results. Chinese money market rates increased with China's 14-Day Repo surging to 20-month highs and the 6-month HIBOR advancing to the highest since May 2009 amid continued liquidity concerns, while today's liquidity operations by the PBoC resulted into a net drain for the 4th day after taking into consideration prior maturing reverse repos. Top Asian News Asian Bond Rout Has Analysts Struggling to Keep Pace With Yields: Global funds withdrew $7.8b from emerging Asia bonds Dangers Flagged by Jump in Riskiest China Banks’ Fund Costs: AA+ certificate of deposit rates jump 35 bps to 3.50% Mitsui Fudosan Is World’s First Developer to Sell 0.001% Bonds: Japanese firm forecasting record profit this fiscal year Western Australia to Sell 51% of Distributor Western Power: Govt plans to use proceeds to reduce debt by A$8b Racy Photos Prompt Alipay Apology as Social-Media Push Backfires: Racy Photos Prompt Alipay Apology as Social-Media Push Backfires European equity markets trade higher this morning (Euro Stoxx 50: +0.4%) lifted by energy names in the wake of the apparent OPEC deal to cut production. Elsewhere, in the latest Bank of England stress tests, RBS failed and stated they will submit a new capital plan to rectify the situation, subsequently this saw shares falling 3.6% at the open. Barclays and Standard Chartered both passed but reports suggest they require more capital. In other news Linde shares rose 6% at the open following reports that the Co. have renewed talks with Praxair over a potential merger of equals. Fixed income markets have seen Bunds trade higher throughout the morning, however with the Dec'16 future finding resistance ahead of the 162.00 level to fall lower by mid European morning in tandem with the OPEC inspired risk on sentiment. Top European News Carney Returns Draghi’s Brexit Warning With One of His Own: Says U.K. is ‘effectively the investment banker for Europe’ Euro-Area Inflation Accelerates Before Key ECB Decision on QE: Consumer prices rise 0.6%, core inflation unchanged at 0.8% Only Skilled Should Get U.K. Work Visas Post-Brexit, Report Says: Refusing permits to unskilled workers would reduce the net inflow of migrants from the EU by about 100,000 people a year, Migration Watch U.K. says In currencies, the dollar advanced 0.7 percent to 113.12 yen. The greenback has climbed 7.9 percent against its Japanese peer since Oct. 31, headed for its biggest gain since February 2009. Bloomberg’s dollar gauge advanced 0.1 percent, pushing its gain this month to 3.5 percent, the most since May. Private payrolls increased by 170,000 this month, after 147,000 gain in October, data from the ADP Research Institute in Roseland, New Jersey, will show Wednesday, according to a Bloomberg survey of economists. Russia’s ruble gained 0.9 percent versus its U.S. counterpart, the biggest increase among 31 major currencies tracked by Bloomberg. Norway’s krone was the next best with a 0.6 percent appreciation while the Mexican peso rose 0.3 percent. In commodities, WTI crude futures added over 6% percent, clawing back all of Tuesday’s 3.9 percent tumble. Iran’s oil minister said there were acceptable proposals on the table, but his country would not countenance a freeze or cut based on current levels. Saudi Arabia has said it is ready to reject an agreement unless all OPEC members -- excluding Libya and Nigeria -- take part, people familiar with the kingdom’s position said. Base metals rebounded in London, with zinc climbing 1.5 percent and copper up 0.5 percent. The London Metal Exchange Index tumbled 3.4 percent on Tuesday, its biggest one-day retreat in more than a year. Gold for immediate delivery was little changed at 1,188.74 an ounce; it’s down 6.9 percent since Oct. 31, poised for its worst month since June 2013. On the packed US event calendar first up is the November ADP employment change print which will be closely watched ahead of payrolls, then shortly after we’ll get the October personal income and spending data, as well as the Fed’s favoured inflation measures – the PCE core and deflator readings. The other data due out today includes the Chicago PMI for this month and October pending home sales data. Later today the Fed will release its latest Beige Book. Away from the data, the Fedspeak today consists of Kaplan, Powell and Mester. ECB President Draghi is also scheduled to speak at 12.45pm GMT in Madrid. US Event Calendar 7am: MBA Mortgage Applications, Nov. 25 (prior 5.5%) 7:30am: ECB’s Draghi speaks in Madrid 8:00am: Fed’s Kaplan speaks in New York 8:15am: ADP Employment Change, Nov., est. 170k (prior 147k) 8:30am: Personal Income, Oct., est. 0.4% (prior 0.3%) 9:45am: Chicago Purchasing Manager, Nov., est. 52.5 (prior 50.6) 10am: Pending Home Sales m/m, Oct., est. 0.1% (prior 1.5%) 10:30am: DOE Energy Inventories 12:35pm: Fed’s Mester speaks in Pittsburgh 2pm: Federal Reserve issues Beige Book DB's Jim Reid concludes the overnight wrap Today’s cinematic experience will be about 'Finding OPEC' as the long awaited Vienna summit arrives today. If we’re to get a positive outcome then it appears that it’ll take one of either Saudi Arabia or Iran to soften their stance with both seemingly at loggerheads with each other. According to the WSJ Saudi Arabia is prepared to reject an agreement unless the cartel gets cooperation from all members with the exception of Libya and Nigeria. Another newswire suggests that Iraq has agreed to participate in a freeze, but not an outright cut in production. So plenty of posturing. WTI was down -3.93% yesterday and back below $46/bbl and its hovering around that level this morning. That follows a gain of +2.21% on Monday and a similar decline on Friday. In reality it’s traded in a $5 range for most of this month. On the timing front for today the tentative programme on the OPEC website this morning suggests that the closed session will begin at 11am GMT, while a press conference is scheduled for 3pm GMT. One would imagine that discussions will run for as long as it takes though. So while that move for Oil yesterday kept the energy sector under pressure, market nerves around Italy seemed to reverse yesterday on press speculation that the ECB could temporarily step up purchases of BTP’s should Sunday’s result cause yields to spike. The suggestion in the Reuters report was that the ECB QE programme was flexible enough to allow for a temporary increase in purchases and that undertaking such a move would not necessarily need to be ‘rubber-stamped’ by the Governing Council, which as a reminder meets formally 4 days after. The article feels a bit vague at this stage and also has a case of easier said than done about it given the potential political ramifications. That said the story was a big boost to Italian assets yesterday. The FTSE MIB rebounded +2.13% for its strongest day in over 3 weeks, easily outperforming the likes of the Stoxx 600 (+0.33%) and the DAX (+0.36%). 10y BTP yields closed down 12.4bps at 1.941% and had their strongest day since March with strong demand for the 5y and 10y BTP auctions also helping. Bunds on the other hand finished up a couple of basis points at 0.217%. Credit also had a decent day with the iTraxx Main finishing 2.5bps tighter and Senior and Sub-Fin indices 4.5bps and 7bps tighter respectively. Across the pond equity markets in the US strengthened for much of the session and despite a bit of drag into the close the S&P 500 (+0.13%), Dow (+0.12%) and Nasdaq (+0.21%) still edged higher, although the small-cap Russell 2000 (-0.12%) was lower for a second day in a row. 10y Treasury yields peaked at 2.348% before ending the day just over 2bps lower at 2.292% with the volatility blamed on a bit of account rebalancing into month end. The Fed’s Powell spoke but maintained his hawkish line saying that the Fed is ‘reasonably close’ to achieving full employment and that the case for tightening has ‘clearly strengthened’. That peak for Treasury yields yesterday came just after the second reading for Q3 GDP in the US. Growth was revised up from 2.9% qoq annualized to 3.2% and a bit more than expected. The driver appeared to be the decent upward revision to consumer spending which was taken up to +2.8% from +2.1%. That more than offset soft business investment. Encouragingly, the first estimate of corporate profits for Q3 reported a +6.6% qoq annualized gain which is the highest since Q2 2014. That reading means that the YoY rate has now turned positive again at +2.8% versus -4.3% in the prior quarter. It’s the first time that profits have turned positive since Q1 2015. Refreshing our screens this morning it’s once again been a broadly mixed start in Asia with bourses largely directionless ahead of the OPEC meeting. Moves have been pretty modest though. The Nikkei is unchanged while the Kospi (+0.07%) and Hang Seng (+0.17%) have edged modestly higher. The ASX (- 0.45)% is lower while the Shanghai Comp is down a sharper -0.96% perhaps reflecting a drop in China’s consumer sentiment for this month to 114.9 from 117.1 last month. There was also some data in the UK overnight with the November consumer confidence print reported as falling 5pts to -8, albeit still above the post Brexit low of -12 in July. The other news to highlight this morning concerns the latest Trump cabinet appointment. US media outlets are reporting that Steven Mnuchin has been appointed as Trump’s Treasury secretary. Bloomberg is suggesting that Trump is to continue auditions for the secretary of state role today. Wrapping up the rest of the data yesterday. Along with that positive GDP print, the other notable data in the US yesterday was the Conference Board’s consumer confidence index which was reported as rising a bumper 6.3pts this month to 107.1 (vs. 101.5 expected) and the highest in nine years. The present conditions index in particular surged to the highest since July 2007 while a measure of consumer expectations for the next six months is now at the highest since June 2015. It was a reasonably heavy day for data in Europe too yesterday. There were no surprises from Germany’s CPI report for this month with the flash print coming in at +0.1% mom as expected. The European Commission reported a modest 0.1pt increase in its economic sentiment reading for this month to 106. In France Q3 GDP came in bang on consensus at +0.2% qoq and +1.1 yoy. Finally in the UK there was positive news to come from the October consumer spending stats. Household credit growth was said to have risen to +10.5% yoy from +10.4% while mortgage approvals rose about 6% and more thanexpected to 67.5k. Staying in Europe and just before we look at the day ahead, it’s worth highlighting an updated report by our European economists looking ahead to this Sunday’s re-run of the Austrian Presidential Election. Our colleagues note that the race is neck and neck with current polls pointing to a close race although with the latest poll slightly favouring independent candidate Van der Bellen over right-wing populist candidate Hofer by 51% to 49%. Clearly though, as recent events have taught us, polls should be interpreted with a decent degree of caution. The report highlights that each candidate's position and interpretation of the presidential office is fundamentally different. Hofer is a critic of the EU, advocates a strict asylum policy and intends to be an "active president". Van der Bellen endorses the EU and is clearly opposed to an Oxit, but has a similarly strict view on refugees, supporting an asylum cap. He does not intend to be an overly active president and again and again criticizes Hofer for misinterpreting the office. In the final stage of their election campaigns both candidates are trying to drum up support from centre-right voter's, undecided and traditional non-voters'. They go on to say that a Van der Bellen victory would take away near-term political uncertainty. If Hofer wins an immediate political shock seems unlikely, but political uncertainty would increase. Hofer has speculated about early parliamentary elections in 2017. To the day ahead now. This morning in Europe the early data is out of Germany where the latest retail sales data is due. Following that we’ll get CPI in France, unemployment data in Germany and then the CPI print for the Euro area for this month. Also out this morning is the BoE’s semi-annual Financial Stability Report, with Governor Carney scheduled to hold a press conference after the documents are released. Meanwhile it’s a fairly packed calendar this afternoon in the US. First up is the November ADP employment change print which will be closely watched ahead of payrolls, then shortly after we’ll get the October personal income and spending data, as well as the Fed’s favoured inflation measures – the PCE core and deflator readings. The other data due out today includes the Chicago PMI for this month and October pending home sales data. Later today the Fed will release its latest Beige Book. Away from the data, the Fedspeak today consists of Kaplan at 1pm GMT, Powell at 4.45pm GMT and Mester at 5.35pm GMT. ECB President Draghi is also scheduled to speak at 12.45pm GMT in Madrid. The main focus today however will highly likely be on the outcome of the aforementioned OPEC meeting in Vienna.
Азиатские фондовые индексы не демонстрируют общей динамики, при этом трейдеры находятся в ожидании итогов встречи стран-членов ОПЕК, которая пройдет в Вене в среду.
Фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются сегодня в основном в красной зоне. Внимание инвесторов сфокусировано на предстоящих американских данных и возможном ограничении нефтедобычи на встрече членов Организации стран-экспортеров нефти (ОПЕК) сегодня в Вене . Котировки на крупнейшей в Азии Токийской фондовой бирже торгуются около нулевой черты на фоне опасений вокруг предстоящей встречи ОПЕК, которая может определить дальнейшие цены на нефть. Но неизвестно смогут ли страны, добывающие нефть, договориться о сокращении производства. Также резкое падение котировок сдерживает снижения курса иены, что выгодно японским производителям ориентированным на экспорт. Инвесторы также были осторожны, в ожидании рабочих мест в США , которые выйдут в пятницу и референдума в Италии в воскресенье. Экспортеры торговались смешано: Акции Honda Motor Co подорожали на 2,1%, а Panasonic Corp - на 2,5%. Бумаги Nissan Motor Co подешевели на 0,4% Nikkei 225 18,303.08 -3.96 -0.02% Shanghai Composite 3,251.40 -31.52 -0.96% S&P/ASX 200 5,440.50 -17.00 -0.31%Источник: FxTeam
(индекс/цена закрытия/изменение, пункты/изменение, %) Nikkei 225 18,307.04 -49.85 -0.27% Shanghai Composite 3,283.36 +6.36 +0.19% S&P/ASX 200 5,457.50 0.00 0.00% FTSE 100 6,772.00 -27.47 -0.40% CAC 40 4,551.46 +41.07 +0.91% Xetra DAX 10,620.49 +37.82 +0.36% S&P 500 2,204.66 +2.94 +0.13% Dow Jones Industrial Average 19,121.60 +23.70 +0.12% S&P/TSX Composite 14,999.81 -15.55 -0.10% Источник: FxTeam
Фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона демонстрируют разнонаправленную динамику во вторник после трех сессий роста подряд, инвесторы ждут заседания ОПЕК, статданных из США и исхода референдума в Италии.
Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются разнонаправленно. Внимание инвесторов сфокусировано на предстоящих американских данных и возможном ограничении нефтедобычи на встрече членов Организации стран-экспортеров нефти (ОПЕК) в Вене 30 ноября. Котировки на крупнейшей в Азии Токийской фондовой бирже снизились на фоне опасений вокруг предстоящей встречи ОПЕК, которая может определить дальнейшие цены на нефть. По неизвестно смогут ли страны, добывающие нефть, договориться о сокращении производства. Также на динамику торгов повлияли опубликованные сегодня данные по розничным продажам и расходам домохозяйств. Согласно опубликованным данным Министерства внутренних дел и коммуникаций Японии, расходы домохозяйств в октябре, в годовом исчислении снизились на -0,4%. В сентябре расходы снизились на -2,1%. Экономисты ожидали сокращения на -0,6% в октябре по сравнению с тем же периодом предыдущего года. Продолжающееся снижение расходов домохозяйств связано со слабым ростом заработных плат и пессимизмом потребителей по поводу своего будущего. Розничные продажи в Японии в октябре выросли на 2,5% после роста на 0,3% в сентябре. Рост отмечается второй месяц подряд, и указывает на некоторое улучшение тренда в последнее время. Однако, в годовом исчислении, данный индикатор, продолжает снижаться восьмой месяц подряд. Согласно опубликованным данным розничные продажи снизились на -0,1% по сравнению с тем же периодом предыдущего года. Экспортеры торгуются смешанно: Акции Toyota Motor Corp и Honda Motor Co снизились на -0,2%, а Advantest Corp подорожали на 0,7%. Nikkei 225 18,301.17 -55.72 -0.30% Shanghai Composite 3,291.66 +14.66 +0.45% S&P/ASX 200 5,464.00 -0.40 -0.01%Источник: FxTeam
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(индекс/цена закрытия/изменение, пункты/изменение, %) Nikkei 225 18,356.89 -24.33 -0.13% Shanghai Composite 3,277.10 +15.16 +0.46% S&P/ASX 200 5,464.40 0.00 0.00% FTSE 100 6,799.47 -41.28 -0.60% CAC 40 4,510.39 -39.88 -0.88% Xetra DAX 10,582.67 -116.60 -1.09% S&P 500 2,201.72 -11.63 -0.53% Dow Jones Industrial Average 19,097.90 -54.24 -0.28% S&P/TSX Composite 15,015.36 -60.08 -0.40% Источник: FxTeam
European shares dipped and U.S. equity-index futures (-0.3%) pointed to a lower open as traders questioned the stability of the Italian banking sector ahead of next weekend's referendum as well as the longevity of the Trumpflation rally, pressuring the dollar, sending the USDJPY sliding as low as 111.355 overnight, before rebounding over 112. That was the dollar's biggest fall against its Japanese rival since October 7 and against a basket of top world currencies it was the greenback's worst day since November. The euro rose to an 11-day high $1.0686 as it got a lift too from the election of Francois Fillon as the center-right candidate in next year's French presidential election. The reformist former prime minister is now favorite to become president, with a flash opinion poll showing he would easily beat National Front leader Marine Le Pen in a run-off second round. Markets worry the far-right Le Pen, who has promised a referendum on membership of the European Union if she wins, would threaten the future of the currency bloc. "It's a bit of a pull back in the dollar," said Societe Generale strategist Alvin Tan. "The fall in oil is pushing back U.S. bond yields and that is leading the consolidation in the dollar.. there is more scepticism about an (OPEC) output cut now." “The Trump trades were a distraction for a while but now people are starting to look elsewhere for market drivers,” said Kevin Lilley, a manager of euro-area equities at Old Mutual Global Investors in London. “People are getting worried about the impact that a power vacuum in Italy could have on the refinancing needs of its banks. It’s a nervous market at a time when liquidity isn’t great.” "Starting this week, the thinking is that people will probably pull to the sidelines and adopt a wait-and-see approach,” said Sim Moh Siong, a currency strategist at Bank of Singapore Ltd. Much of the optimism flowing from expectations of increased U.S. fiscal stimulus has been priced in by the market and investors will probably pause until “further clarification of Trump’s policy stance,” he said. The dollar weakness lifted Treasuries while latest incarnation of the China commodity bubble boosted industrial metals, sending zinc surging. Industrial metals have been red hot in recent weeks on hopes of strong demand for property and infrastructure investment in China and the United States. Chinese steel futures jumped over 6% , while iron ore futures also gained about six percent and zinc powered to a nine-year high on the London Metal Exchange. As shown in the chart below, an index of industrial metals is now up 22% in just the past month, and up 40% since January. Oil in New York was trading flat at $46 as OPEC tries a last-minute salvage of the Algiers production cut agreement ahead of the Wednesday meeting in Vienna. Italian banks led declines in European shares Prime Minister Matteo Renzi faces a key referendum on Sunday that may see voters reject his constitutional reform and prompt his resignation. As many as eight Italian banks are at risk of failing if the Renzi loses a constitutional referendum this weekend the FT reported. Shares in the nation’s largest bank UniCredit SpA fell for the the fourth day, heading for the lowest since August. Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA, which holds the most Italian sovereign debt relative to tangible equity and is under pressure to raise 5 billion euros of fresh money, fell as much as 12 percent before being halted. Asian shares rose 0.4 percent overnight, led by gains in Hong Kong and Taiwan .TWII though Japan's Nikkei which has been performing even better than a record high Wall Street in recent weeks thanks to the yen's fall, ended down 0.1 percent. Global growth got a welcome boost, if only on paper, when in its twice-yearly report on global economic prospects, the OECD said that while the exact form it would take is uncertain, it does expect Mr. Trump to offer some fiscal stimulus from the early months of his presidency, and that its likely scale that would boost U.S. economic growth to 2.3% from 1.9% in 2017, and to 3% from 2.2% in 2018. There would also be benefits for other parts of the world as U.S. demand for imports rises, with global economic growth raised to 3.3% from 3.2% in 2017, and to 3.6% from 3.3% in 2018. The OECD is the first international economic policy agency to publish an estimate of the likely impact of Mr. Trump’s proposals. Global yields dipped as dollar weakness, and thus a brake on inflation expectations, sent Treasuries around the world modestly higher, however the one outlier was once again German 2Y yields, which dropped to fresh record lows on continuing fears about European collateral scarcity. The yield on 10-year U.S. Treasuries dropped almost 5 basis points to 2.323%, off its 16-month high of 2.417%touched last week. Europe's benchmark, German Bunds, saw their equivalent yield drop 3 basis points. Other top news stories include lower consumer spending on Black Friday, Philips panning to roll out medical software to challenge GE. * * * Bulletin Headline Summary From RanSquawk European equities enter the North American crossover lower as ongoing concerns surrounding Italian banks and downside in energy names hampers sentiment FX markets have seen some correct moves in the USD with USD/JPY lower by just under a point while EUR/GBP has been supported by month-end flows Looking ahead, highlights include potential comments from ECB's Coeure and Draghi Market Snapshot S&P 500 futures down 0.3% to 2205 Stoxx 600 down 0.6% to 341 FTSE 100 down 0.7% to 6795 DAX down 0.9% to 10607 German 10Yr yield down 3bps to 0.21% Italian 10Yr yield down less than 1bp to 2.09% Spanish 10Yr yield down less than 1bp to 1.56% S&P GSCI Index up 0.1% to 365.7 MSCI Asia Pacific up 0.7% to 137 Nikkei 225 down 0.1% to 18357 Hang Seng up 0.5% to 22831 Shanghai Composite up 0.5% to 3277 S&P/ASX 200 down 0.8% to 5464 US 10-yr yield down 4bps to 2.32% Dollar Index down 0.4% to 101.08 WTI Crude futures down 0.4% to $45.88 Brent Futures down 0.4% to $47.04 Gold spot up 0.7% to $1,192 Silver spot up 0.9% to $16.68 Global Headline News OPEC Seeks Oil Deal as Saudis Open Door for No Output Cut: Algeria, Venezuela ministers travel to Russia to seek support Bargain Hunters Roil Retailers Looking for Black Friday Bounce: The average amount shoppers spent fell 3.5%, including both online and offline purchases, according to the National Retail Federation Philips to Start Selling Smart Software for Doctors to Rival GE: Medical software market could grow twice as fast as devices Samsung Investors Voice Support for Elliott Proposals: Elliott seeking split, new directors, special dividend Hulu CEO Plots a Way to Stand Out From the Crowd in Online TV: Company will be first streaming provider to offer live video China Said to Prepare Overseas Dealmaking Curbs Amid M&A Spree: Overseas deals of at least $10 billion to be generally barred Trump Claims Millions Voted Illegally, Without Giving Proof: Trump offered nothing to back up his allegations of wrongdoing in the Nov. 8 election Time Inc. Said to Have Rejected Edgar Bronfman’s Bid: NY Post WTO May Rule Boeing Received Illegal Subsidy on Jetliner: WSJ CME Group Tables Bid for LSE’s Clearing Ops in France: S. Times Amazon to Announce Matson Moved Core Computing Ops to AWS: WSJ Fidel Castro, Communist Former Leader of Cuba, Dies at 90 * * * Looking at regional markets, we start in Asia where stocks shrugged off another record US close on Friday and began the week mixed with weakness in energy and JPY strength dampening sentiment in the region. ASX 200 (-0.8%) finished lower with oil names pressured as WTI crude futures extended on losses to below USD 46/bbl after informal producer talks set for today were cancelled and Saudi's energy minister Al-Falih further added to the uncertainty as his comments suggested the door was open to the possibility of no cut in output. A firmer JPY ensured the Nikkei 225 (-0.3%) snapped a 7-day win streak, while Shanghai Comp (+0.5%) and Hang Seng (+0.7%) were buoyed by stronger growth in Industrial Profits and after the announcement the Shenzhen-Hong Kong stock connect will launch next Monday. Top Asian News China Has Quietly Hiked Borrowing Costs With PBOC Operations: Move is latest sign of selective tightening to temper leverage Yen at 120 Lonely Call No More for Analyst Who Got It Right: AMP Capital, BNP Paribas see yen surpassing 125.86 low CSC Financial Hong Kong IPO Seeks to Raise Up to $1.06 Billion: Company and National Social Security Fund are offering combined 1.13b shares at HK$6.36-HK$7.26 apiece India Said to Mull Foray Into Plane Leasing to Support Modi Plan: Proposal would see state-run firm leasing out 20- seater planes Singapore’s GIC Hires Big Data Expert in Quant Strategy Push: GIC expands Systematic Investment Group started this year In Europe, the focus this morning has fallen upon Italian banks which has soured sentiment across Europe (overall Italian banking index down over 3%), in particular Banca Monte Dei Paschi with the troubled lender beginning its debt-equity swap with the bank hitting limit down shortly after the European open before falling 12%. While the sector has also been gripped by the near term risk factor in the form of the constitutional reform referendum, whereby an article stated that 8 Italian banks would fail if Renzi loses the vote as investors would be deterred from recapitalisation. Oil names have also been pressured following weekend reports suggesting that Saudi Arabia could be open to the idea of no reduction in output as the Energy Minister Al-Falih stated that demand is expected to recover next year and prices will stabilize which will occur without OPEC intervention. Elsewhere, fixed income markets have been supported by safe haven flow early on, while a continuation of last week's theme has seen Gilts slightly outperform its German counterpart thus far as participants await ECB President Draghi. While the looming Italian referendum has kept the ITA-GER 10yr spread at its widest in around 3-yrs. Among the biggest weekend stories in Europe, Alain Juppe conceded defeat in the French presidential conservative primary against Fillon who won with nearly 70% of votes. Additionally, a Harris Interactive poll suggested conservative candidate Fillon would beat Far-Right candidate Le Pen in the French Presidential Election by 67% vs. 33%. BoE's Carney wants Britain to remain in the single market for at least two years after Britain leaves the EU to cushion the impact on businesses, although his efforts may be viewed as an attempt to water down the Brexit. There were also reports that Brexit campaign leaders are said to reject plan by BoE Governor Carney to negotiate a buffer during the Brexit process. The UK Government is set to face a legal battle as to whether the UK can remain in the single market after its departure from the EU, according to the BBC. Top European News ECB to Be ‘Pillar of Stability’ in Risky Year, Policy Maker Says: Governing Council member Stournaras speaks in interview Fillon Unites French Right After Primary as Socialists Split: Former prime minister records overwhelming victory in primaries Aberdeen Rises After Maintaining Dividend in Face of Outflows: Shares rose the most in seven weeks Biggest U.K. Banks Seen Struggling in Toughest Stress Tests Yet: All likely to top lower bar, some may stumble on new measure Investor Who Backed Brexit Sees Euro Breaking Up Within 5 Years: Euro as it stands is an inappropriate mechanism, Burnbrae’s Jim Mellon says Engie CEO Shifts Gear on Asset Sales, Cost Cuts as Shares Tank: Kocher says divestment plan will progress ahead of schedule In currencies, the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index, which tracks the greenback against 10 major peers, fell for a second day, declining 0.4 percent as of 10:47 a.m. in London. The rand gained against all of its 31 major counterparts, surging 1.7 percent to 13.8692 per dollar. A senior party official said there’s significant support in the ruling African National Congress’s executive committee to oust South African President Jacob Zuma, whose administration has been plagued by corruption and mismanagement. In commodities, as the OPEC talks get under way, WTI and Brent prices are lagging though with ever present hope in the air, aggressive selling is absent for now. That said, few expect a significant deal — which can be logistically implemented — to transpire, so this may have been partially priced in to the drop in WTI from USD 50.00+ levels to circa USD 45.00 again. Some are suggesting another 'breakdown' in talks could send Oil down through USD 40.00, but all hangs in the balance for now. Elsewhere, Copper prices have managed to claw out some fresh highs, but failing to hold onto these levels — touching on USD 2.75 before easing back a little. Gold has come back off the lows near USD 1175 seen last week, but it is a tepid pullback as USD buyers will continue to buy the dip into the Dec FOMC and maintain pressure on the yellow metal accordingly. Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq have been seen arriving at OPEC technical meeting according to Twitter reports. Iran is still attempting to make themselves exempt from an OPEC output cut but expected the cartel to still strike a deal this week. Saudi Arabia left the door open for the possibility of no reduction in output as Energy Minister Al-Falih stated that demand is expected to recover next year and prices will stabilize which will occur without OPEC intervention and also added there in no single path to reduce output at the OPEC meeting as a recovery in consumption could also be depended on. Looking at the day's events, It’s a fairly quiet start to the week today. In Europe we’ll get the latest M3 money supply data for the Euro along with the latest OECD economic outlook while in the US the sole release is the Dallas Fed’s manufacturing survey. Economic Event Calendar: 9am: ECB’s Draghi speaks in Brussels 10:30am: Dallas Fed Manufacturing Activity, Nov., est. 1.5 (prior -1.5) 7:45pm: Bank of Canada’s Poloz speaks in Toronto * * * DB's Jim Reid concludes the overnight wrap The main news from the weekend concerns the result of the final centre-right primary vote in France. The result has gone heavily in favour of the victor from the first round, Francois Fillon, who, with over 10,000 of the 10,229 polling stations accounted for, has gained 66.5% of the votes over Alain Juppe who garnered 33.5% of the vote. Juppe has officially conceded. With that result, Fillon is now the Republican candidate at next May’s presidential election in France and likely to face a Socialist candidate and also his main rival, the far-right’s Marine Le Pen. Ahead of the result, our European economists noted in their Focus Europe piece on Friday that at the last reported poll in September, Fillon held a roughly 20pp lead in the 2nd round presidential election versus Le Pen. In fact Bloomberg are reporting two polls this morning, both of which show Fillon as beating Le Pen in both rounds of the presidential election and by a fairly comprehensive margin too. More significantly for the 2nd round, an Odoxa poll shows Fillon as defeating Le Pen by 71% to 20% and a Harris Interactive poll shows Fillon winning by 67% to 33%. I'm sure if we hadn't had Brexit and the US election result there would be less financial market concern over the French election next year. However these events have happened and therefore the market will remain on edge ahead of the poll next year. Meanwhile, much of the remaining weekend headlines focus on this week’s main event, that being the much anticipated OPEC meeting this Wednesday in Vienna. WTI was the big mover in markets on Friday after plummeting nearly - 4% to close a smidgen above $46/bbl after Saudi Arabia pulled out of a planned producers meeting for today between OPEC and non-OPEC countries, calling the meeting ‘not beneficial’ before ‘holding meetings within OPEC and deciding whether to cut or continue with current levels of production’. According to the WSJ, OPEC is demanding Russia and other producers outside of the cartel to cut production by 500k-600k barrels a day, however Russia’s energy minister has on a number of occasions reiterated his desire for a production freeze over a cut. We’ll no doubt have plenty of headlines over the next couple of days leading into the meeting. Although this is the big event of the trading week, it is worth noting also that this time next week we should likely know the results of the Italian referendum with voting ending at 10pm GMT/11pm CET. There’s some suggestion that exit polls will also be released by several TV networks just after this time while the actual vote counting is expected to take a few hours. Also worth highlighting this morning is some of the early retail sales stats from Black Friday in the US. According to the National Retail Federation, shoppers were said to have spent on average $289.19 over the four-day weekend period if you include both purchases made online and bricks and mortar sales. That is down from $299.60 in the same period last year. The number of shoppers did however increase with the NRF also reporting that the total number of shoppers increased by 2% to about 154 million consumers. 44% of purchases were said to have been done online, compared to 40% in-store. Over in markets, despite the tumble for Oil and the subsequent knock on to energy names, it was another broadly positive day for US equities on Friday and another which saw the S&P 500 (+0.39%), Dow (+0.36%), Nasdaq (+0.34%) and Russell 2000 (+0.38%) indices all notch up fresh record highs, with gains for defensive sectors dominating. Volumes were unsurprisingly low in a holiday shorted session, while 10y Treasury yields tempered an early move higher to just north of 2.400% to close little changed around 2.357%. In Europe equity markets also closed in positive territory (Stoxx 600 +0.18%) while rates markets were a touch firmer. 10y Bund yields edged down a couple of basis points to 0.236% to finish just over 3bps lower for the week. This morning in Asia it’s been a bit more of mixed start to trading to the week. Most notable is the decline for the Nikkei (-0.36%) which has weakened for the first time in eight sessions. That appears to be as a result of the decent rally for the Yen (+1.32%) which, in the absence of any material news, appears to be strengthening on technical factors more than anything else, with the Greenback also lower versus most EM currencies this morning. The ASX (-0.59%) is also weaker but the Hang Seng (+0.71%), Shanghai Comp (+0.51%) and Kospi (+0.36%) are all up. Bourses in China appear to have been boosted by the October industrial profits data which was released yesterday. It showed profits as climbing +9.8% yoy in October, up from +7.7% in the month prior. Wrapping up the data on Friday. In the US the advance goods trade balance for October revealed a slight widening in the deficit to $62bn from $56.5bn after data showed that imports rose +1.1% mom during the month and exports fell -2.7%. Meanwhile wholesale inventories were down unexpectedly in October (-0.4% mom vs. +0.2% expected), while the flash services PMI for November was down a very modest 0.1pts to 54.7, which when combined with the manufacturing reading, has left the composite at 54.9. Following last week’s data the NY Fed subsequently revised up their Q4 GDP forecast to 2.5% from 2.4%. The Atlanta Fed continue to forecast for a much greater 3.6% growth rate meanwhile. Over in Europe much of the data was focused in the UK. There was no surprise from the second reading of Q3 GDP which came in unchanged at +0.5% qoq and +2.3% yoy. The details of the report showed that a slightly lower than expected increase in exports was more than offset by a positive contribution from government spending and decrease in imports. Perhaps the more interesting data however was the CBI distributive trends survey in the UK. The survey showed retail sales volume of +26 in November versus +21 on October, far exceeding expectations for +12. In fact it is the highest print since September 2015 and evidence that the big decline for Sterling is keeping consumer spending buoyant. Turning over to the week ahead now. It’s a fairly quiet start to the week today. In Europe we’ll get the latest M3 money supply data for the Euro along with the latest OECD economic outlook while in the US the sole release is the Dallas Fed’s manufacturing survey. Tuesday kicks off early in Japan with the latest jobless rate, retail sales and household spending data. Closer to home we’ll get Q3 GDP in France, Germany CPI for November, UK money and credit aggregates data and also the latest confidence indicators for the Euro area. In the US tomorrow all eyes are on the second revision to Q3 GDP while the November consumer confidence print is also due out, along with the latest S&P/Case-Shiller house price index. We start in Japan again on Wednesday where the latest industrial production data is due, along with housing starts data. China will also release the MNI consumer sentiment reading while the UK will release its latest consumer confidence print. During the European session we’ll get the latest CPI print out of France and also the Euro area, along with unemployment data in Germany. There’s important data in the US on Wednesday too with the ADP employment change print, personal income and spending reports for October and also the PCE core and deflator readings for last month too. Pending home sales data and the Chicago PMI will also be released followed by the Fed’s Beige Book in the evening. Turning to Thursday, China will get things going with the November PMI data, while during the European session we’ll also get the manufacturing PMI’s including a first look at the data for the UK and the periphery. In the US it’s another busy session with initial jobless claims, manufacturing PMI, construction spending, ISM manufacturing and vehicles sales data all due out. It’s a quiet end to the week in Asia and Europe on Friday with PPI data for the Euro area the sole release. In the US it’s all eyes on the November employment report including the latest payrolls print. Away from the data, in terms of Fedspeak this week we’ve got Dudley and Powell due to speak tomorrow, Kaplan and Powell on Wednesday, Kaplan again on Thursday and Brainard on Friday. In Europe today we’ll hear from ECB President Draghi this afternoon at European Parliament, while Coeure will also speak before him. Draghi will then speak again on Wednesday. The BoE will also publish its Financial Stability Report on Wednesday with BoE Governor Carney due to speak after. The other big event this week and which may end up being the focus for the week is the aforementioned OPEC meeting in Vienna on Wednesday where ministers are due to discuss finalizing the September accord to curb oil production.
Основные фондовые индексы Азиатско-Тихоокеанского региона торгуются разнонаправленно. Котировки на крупнейшей в Азии Токийской фондовой бирже упали на фоне снижения мировых цен на нефть и укрепления иены. Стоимость нефти марки Brent на Лондонской товарной бирже снизилась на -1,8% и составила $46,40 за баррель. Стоимость нефти марки WTI в Нью-Йорке составила $45,32 за баррель , что ниже на -$1,6%. Цене на нефть начала снижаться на фоне роста сомнений в способности стран-экспортеров нефти договориться о сокращении добычи. Доллар ослаб по отношению к иене на фоне фиксация прибыли после сильного роста американской валюты за последнее время. На фоне ситуации на нефтяном рынке на торгах в Токио снижаются в цене акции компаний Inpex и Japan Petroleum Exploration на -2,7% и -2,6% соответственно. Котировки на торгах в Китае растут, так как на выходных стало известно, что прибыль промышленных предприятий Китая увеличилась в ноябре. Согласно данным Национального бюро статистики Китая, прибыль промышленных предприятий, в ноябре, в годовом исчислении, увеличилась на 9,8% по сравнению с 7,7% в октябре. Nikkei 225 18,321.97 -59.25 -0.32% Shanghai Composite 3,278.51 +16.57 +0.51% S&P/ASX 200 5,478.10 -29.68 -0.54%Источник: FxTeam
(индекс/цена закрытия/изменение, пункты/изменение, %) Nikkei 225 18,381.22 +47.81 +0.26% Shanghai Composite 3,261.49 +19.76 +0.61% S&P/ASX 200 5,507.79 0.00 0.00% FTSE 100 6,840.75 +11.55 +0.17% CAC 40 4,550.27 +7.71 +0.17% Xetra DAX 10,699.27 +10.01 +0.09% S&P 500 2,213.35 +8.63 +0.39% Dow Jones Industrial Average 19,152.14 +68.96 +0.36% S&P/TSX Composite 15,075.44 +0.24 0.00% Источник: FxTeam
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