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Week Ahead: Japan’s economic downturn; US consumer activity and G-8 meeting in focus (2011年5月23日)

Japan will dominate focus in Asia this week with a range of economic data due for release. Collectively, the data may provide further insights into how the country is recovering from its 11 March earthquake and tsunami.

US stocks gain on strong IPO, fall in jobless claims; Asia mixed after Japan falls into recession (2011年5月20日)

US stocks were up overnight as investor optimism was rejuvenated by a successful IPO and positive earnings reports. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.4% thanks to gains by American Express (+1.5%) and McDonald’s (+1.2%). The Standard and Poor’s 500 gained 0.2% while the Nasdaq ended the day 0.3% higher.

Stocks gain after bargain hunters move in, Greek debt concerns shelved for now (2011年5月19日)

US stock indices were higher overnight after three days of losses. Energy and materials companies helped as prices for oil and other commodities were up, but mixed earnings reports tempered gains. Stocks increased their gains after the release of the FOMC minutes in late afternoon. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, Standard and Poor’s 500 and Nasdaq gained 0.6%, 0.9% and 1.1%, respectively.

US stocks fall on weak housing and manufacturing; Greek bailout discussions send European stocks lower (2011年5月18日)

Stocks were down after weak economic data and a disappointing outlook statement from Hewlett-Packard added to growing doubts about the strength of the US recovery. Losses diminished as the trading day progressed. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.5% while both the Standard and Poor’s 500 and the Nasdaq ended the day virtually unchanged thanks to a late rally. Tech stocks were down for most of the day as investors cut their holdings due to worries about the US economy.

US markets down as tech stocks sell-off; weaker commodities send Europe and Asia lower (2011年5月17日)

Stocks in the US fell overnight after news arrived that Greece sought additional bailout funds and a report showed that manufacturing growth in the New York region cooled. Technology stocks were among the worst performers, with online retailers the worst hit. Amazon.com lost 5% Priceline.com fell 3.3% and Netflix was down 3.8%. Their losses outweighed gains in defensive sectors such as health care and utilities. Other retailers also came under pressure after Lowe's reported weaker-than-expected quarterly earnings and cut its forecast for the year, sending its stock down 3.6%. The Nasdaq led the declines, falling 1.6%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 0.4% to 12,548, while the Standard and Poor’s 500 shed 0.6%.

Week Ahead: Japan’s growth scorecard release amid nuclear shutdowns; China’s foreign capital and central bank meeting debriefs (2011年5月16日)

Investor attention in Asia will shift to Japan this week when the country’s national statistician releases its latest quarterly gross domestic product estimate. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) recently lowered its forecast to 0.8% growth this year, from 1.7% prior to the 11 March earthquake. Meanwhile, Japan's Chubu Electric Power will begin shutting down its Hamaoka nuclear reactors this week, following an unprecedented request by the Japanese government. The company's number four and five reactors will be shut down, while the number one and two reactors have been decommissioned. Government authorities believe there is an 87% probability the area around the nuclear reactor site will experience another major earthquake over the next 30 years.

US stocks fall, then recover as China passes 8th interest rate hike (2011年5月13日)

After dropping in the morning, US stocks rebounded to end higher for the day. Stocks advanced as oil prices edged higher and amid signals that the White House and Congressional Republicans were moving closer to an agreement on increasing the national debt ceiling. Both stocks and commodities pared losses while the Dollar Index retreated. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the volatile day of trading with a gain of 0.5%. The Standard and Poor’s 500 and Nasdaq advanced 0.5% and 0.6% respectively.

US markets down 1% as crude oil drops 5%; China growth indicators ease (2011年5月12日)

US stocks dropped overnight as a stronger currency and data showing increased US fuel supplies sent crude oil prices down more than 5% to below US$100. This in turn hurt energy stocks. Materials producers also struggled after metals prices sank. The drop in crude prompted a brief halt trading in crude oil, heating oil and RBOB gasoline futures amid heavy price volatility. A note from the exchange said that contracts had hit their daily price limit, triggering circuit breakers on CME's electronic Globex trading platform. Investors unwound risky trades in commodities and higher-yielding currencies and bought back the US dollar in a flight to quality. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1.0%, the Standard and Poor’s 500 was down 1.1% and the Nasdaq ended the day 0.9% lower.

US markets rise for a third day; China posts trade surplus and Australia’s deficit reaches A$49 billion (2011年5月11日)

Stocks were up overnight for the third consecutive session, boosted by a combination of strong corporate earnings and merger news. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.6% while the Standard and Poor’s 500 gained 0.8%. Nasdaq advanced 1.0%. Utilities stocks and other defensive plays were among the biggest gainers.

China battles inflation, Australia attempts to deflate the deficit, will the US inflate the consumer? (2011年5月9日)

Australia and China will be the key countries in focus this week where economics and finance is concerned in Asia. The Australian government will release the Federal Budget tomorrow night amid a strongly performing economy and generally high commodity prices. Citigroup forecasts the budget for 2011 to come in at a $A44.2 billion deficit. Initial indications suggest we’ll see an austere set of measures aimed at controlling the deficit and promoting the transition back to surplus by the government’s 2013 target date.

Stocks fall as positive news on earnings gives way to a commodity price collapse (2011年5月6日)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard and Poor’s 500 dropped 1.1% and 0.9% respectively while the Nasdaq was 0.5% lower after a weak labour market report fuelled new fears about the strength of the economic recovery and German industrial orders fell unexpectedly in March. Energy stocks tumbled along with the price of oil. Crude futures dropped 8.6% to trade below US$100 a barrel, while gold dropped US$30 or 1.9% to US$1,511.00. Copper futures dropped 3.7% and silver prices are set for the biggest weekly decline in 30 years, after collapsing 11.9% overnight.

US stocks down for a third day as economic concerns weigh on sentiment (2011年5月5日)

US stocks declined Wednesday on a combination of disappointing economic data, lacklustre earnings reports and weaker commodity prices. The energy (-1.2%), industrials (-1.7%) and materials (-1.5%) sectors led the market lower after economic data showed the nation’s output growth had declined. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and Standard and Poor’s 500 dropped 0.7% and Nasdaq ended the day 0.5% lower.

US stocks ease as corporate earnings fail to spur gains; India hikes rates again (2011年5月4日)

Stocks declined Tuesday after several companies reported weak results. Energy stocks declined as crude oil tumbled to under US$111 a barrel, while utilities stocks were strong on a day that saw investors rotate into perceived safety shelters, including Treasury bonds. In an end of trading session rally, the Dow Jones Industrial Average managed to close unchanged while the Standard and Poor’s 500 and Nasdaq cut their losses to 0.3% and 0.8%, respectively.

US stocks move higher, then decline on reprisal fears (2011年5月3日)

Stocks erased gains and were little changed overnight as the death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was seen as only temporarily easing geopolitical tensions. Instead, investors focused on corporate earnings and mergers along with the latest economic data. The three main indices were up initially as investors reacted positively to the announcement from the White House. But the gains moderated and stocks turned as fears of new threats to national security weighed on sentiment. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was virtually unchanged (down 3 points), the Standard and Poor’s 500 slipped 0.2% and Nasdaq was down 0.3%.

Stocks rise despite fall in economic growth; China retreats on tightening fears (2011年4月29日)

Stocks were mixed overnight as traders evaluated the advance estimate of first quarter gross domestic product and the weekly jobless claims numbers. Investors maintained the optimism generated by the Federal Reserve's plans to keep interest rates low and encouraging corporate earnings results. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed the day up 0.6%, the Standard and Poor’s 500 was up 0.4% while the Nasdaq ended 0.1% higher.

Stocks rise as Bernanke speaks, policy settings held firm; Japan leads gains in Asia (2011年4月28日)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, Standard and Poor’s 500 and Nasdaq advanced after the US Federal Reserve’s policy setting committee announced no change to interest rates or the bond purchase programme. The gains grew as Chairman Ben Bernanke answered questions from the press for the first time this year. He said that the Federal Reserve would continue to reinvest proceeds from maturing securities and added that there was no specific time frame to begin tightening interest rates. The Dow and Nasdaq were up 0.8% while the S&P closed 0.6% higher.

Strong earnings reports buoy US stock markets, Asian markets languish (2011年4月27日)

US stocks advanced overnight, closing at multi-year highs after the flow of strong earnings reports continued. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and Standard and Poor’s 500 advanced 0.9% and Nasdaq was 0.8% higher. Earnings highlights came from Ford (+0.8%) and 3M (+1.9%). Ford reported its best first-quarter earnings since 1998, topping earnings estimates with stronger sales of new vehicles. 3M said quarterly profit jumped 16% from a year ago, also topping analysts’ estimates. 3M raised its full year earnings expectations despite taking a hit from the earthquake in Japan.

Stocks surge as companies beat earnings expectations (2011年4月21日)

Strong earnings from Intel and IBM saw stocks surge overnight on renewed optimism about the economic recovery. Intel said after the market closed on Tuesday that its first quarter net income was up 29% because of rising demand for personal computers. The results easily beat analysts’ expectations. Shares of Yahoo also advanced after the internet company said an important partnership with Microsoft is taking longer than expected to pay off, but the company still posted quarterly earnings that topped targets. Also after the close, Apple reported a 95% rise in second quarter net profit.

US, European markets rebound on solid corporate earnings, however persistent debt concerns and underwhelming banking results curbed risk appetite (2011年4月20日)

US stocks rose on Tuesday, recouping some of Monday's losses as positive earnings news in the technology and healthcare sectors helped lift shares. Investors appeared to have moved past the initial panic of Standard & Poor's decision to lower its outlook on the US government's triple-A credit rating. The Dow Jones Industrial Average index was up 0.5% after gaining 65.16 points, to 12,266.75, while the Standard and Poor’s 500 added 0.6% and the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index edged up 0.4%. The MSCI's all-country world stock index rose 0.6%.

Global share markets retreat as S&P revise long-term outlook on US sovereign debt to negative; European sell-off spurred by concerns over Greece’s solvency (2011年4月19日)

Wall Street closed in negative territory on Monday after Standard & Poor's downgraded the credit outlook of the United States, despite affirming its triple A credit ratings on US sovereign debt. Stock markets were hit hardest by the news; the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 140.24 points, or 1.14 percent, to end at 12,201.59. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index fell 1.1% and the Nasdaq Composite Index 1.06%. MSCI's all-country world stock index lost 1.5%. The VIX index of volatility rose 10.7% after earlier climbing 24.5%, its largest percentage change since February. However, Longer-dated U.S. government bond prices recovered in afternoon trade. Benchmark 10-year Treasury notes were trading 9/32 higher in price to yield 3.38 percent. The long bond rose 7/32 in price to yield 4.457 percent.

Week Ahead: US and European corporate earnings results to drive sentiment this week (2011年4月18日)

Following a mixed set of results from some US bellwether stocks last week, investors will be treated to earnings reports from 110 of the Standard and Poor's 500 companies this week. Among these are technology sector heavyweights - Apple, Intel and Qualcomm. Apple is also expected to complement its quarterly earnings report with a launch of the iPad2. Investors will be interested in sales projections for the iPad2 and its existing product suite to assess the company's capacity to grow earnings. Questions over capacity will also surround Intel. Semi-conductor chips remain a major source of revenue for the company. Chip sales are in turn dependent upon demand for consumer electronics, cars and a host of other industrial applications.

US stocks fall, then recover as government secures funding; Europe in sell-off on Greek debt concerns (2011年4月15日)

Stocks were down for most of the day on Thursday. Goldman Sachs pulled financials lower and an unexpected rise in jobless claims added to bearish sentiment. Concerns about higher inflation overseas pushed investors toward defensive stocks, with the consumer staples group the S&P 500's top performer. The Dow had been down by more than 100 points in morning trading, but pared its losses gradually to turn positive by the end of the session to close up 0.1%. The index turned positive after lawmakers voted to approve a measure to fund the government through the remaining months of fiscal year 2011. The Senate will take the bill up later Thursday afternoon. The Standard and Poor’s 500 and Nasdaq were virtually unchanged.

US stocks drift sideways as investors await earnings confirmation; Asia and Europe push higher (2011年4月14日)

US stocks ended the day just into positive territory after choppy trading. Investors took time to evaluate President Barack Obama’s deficit cutting plan along with the performance of the financial sector. Investors said the markets were still moving cautiously ahead of the rush of first quarter earnings reports, with money managers reluctant to push stocks higher without clear catalysts. The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged up 0.1%, the Nasdaq gained 0.6% while the Standard and Poor’s 500 was virtually unchanged.

Stocks fall as oil price retreats, nuclear fears in Japan worsen (2011年4月13日)

Commodity prices, especially crude oil prices, dropped and took stocks with them overnight. As oil prices fell, so did energy stocks, which declined nearly 3%. Alcoa’s earnings report, released after markets closed on Monday, also dampened sentiment. The company missed revenue forecasts, sending its stock prices down 6%. Concerns over a slower Japanese economy also contributed to lower commodities prices. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.9%, while the Standard and Poor’s 500 declined 0.8% and Nasdaq dropped 1.0%.

Stocks weaken on IMF outlook, lower oil price hits energy sector (2011年4月12日)

Stock indices in the US dipped on a negative forecast for the US economy by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which also sent crude oil prices lower. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was essentially unchanged (up 1.06 points) while the Standard and Poor’s 500 and the Nasdaq fell 0.3%. Volume was light ahead of the unofficial start of earnings season.

Week Ahead - China trades into deficit as corporate reporting season commences in US and Europe (2011年4月11日)

China will again resume the spotlight in Asia this week with the release of its latest economic set of key economic data. China commenced the reporting week by announcing its first quarterly trade deficit in six years, driven by surging prices for commodities which pushed up its import bill. The General Administration of Customs said that China posted a trade deficit of US$1.02 billion from January to March this year, although export growth came in at 26.5%, higher than a year earlier. Imports also soared during that period, rising by 32.6%. This data will contribute to expectations of slower economic growth, with the first quarter estimate due later this week. Growth is expected to slow to a still-impressive 9.5%, from 9.8% recorded in the previous quarter, in annual terms. Inflation figures are also due out, with the annual inflation rate predicted to rise above 5%, which may have further implications for monetary tightening. The Peoples Bank of China raised rates again last week for the fourth time in six months.

US stocks ease as major after-shock hits Japan; ECB hikes rates while Portugal joins the bail-out queue (2011年4月8日)

US stocks were down overnight after another powerful earthquake hit Japan’s northeast coast. The strong trembler, measuring 7.4 on the Richter scale, renewed concerns about supply disruptions and the worrisome nuclear situation there. Stocks had been mostly flat prior to the news of the aftershock despite US retail sales data beating estimates and a better-than-expected weekly jobless claims report.

Tech, financials buoy US markets; Portugal resorts to pleading for a bail-out (2011年4月7日)

US stocks traded within a narrow margin around the unchanged mark. They turned positive during the afternoon trading session to close the day higher. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq were up 0.3% and the Standard and Poor’s 500 gained 0.2%. Meanwhile, the gold price continued to climb to new record highs, up US$28.00 to US$1,461.50.

Stocks gain on M&A boost, then fall; China hikes rates again while Portugal takes a downgrade (2011年4月6日)

Many stocks advanced for most of the day but slipped just before the close and ended mostly unchanged. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard and Poor’s 500 were virtually unchanged and the Nasdaq edged up 0.1%. In earlier trading, stocks had gained thanks to the Texas Instruments acquisition of National Semiconductor that was announced after the market’s close a day earlier. The deal, worth US$6.5 billion, represents a 78% premium to the stock price prior to the announcement, sending both companies stock prices higher. Confidence in corporate profitability helped support investor sentiment and offset China’s fourth interest rate increase since November and another downgrading of Portuguese debt.

Week Ahead - Central bankers out in force, US recovery focus shifts to inflation (2011年4月4日)

This week features four central bank meetings and the minutes of a fifth. The Reserve Bank of Australia (Tuesday), the Bank of Japan (Wednesday and Thursday) and the Bank of England and European Central Bank (Thursday) will announce their interest rate decisions. Meanwhile, numerous speeches from US Federal Reserve board members will attract investor attention, following indications that a sustainable recovery may now be taking hold.

Most developed market stocks decline overnight but close March with gains, China lags the Asian region (2011年4月1日)

Investors awaited Friday’s all important employment report on this last day of March and of the quarter. Stocks were virtually unchanged during the day in light trading. The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged down 0.3% and Standard and Poor’s 500 slipped 0.2%, while the Nasdaq gained 0.2% as traders await official employment data due out tonight. Weekly initial claims for unemployment benefits declined by 6,000 to a seasonally adjusted 388,000 in the week ended 26 March. Investors are optimistic that the US recovery is strengthening despite the credit issues in Europe, the fallout from the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear woes in Japan and the hostilities in Libya. The Dow was up 0.7% on the month and up 6.4% on the quarter. The S&P edged down 0.1% in March but gained 5.4% over the first quarter.

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