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ASX200 rout - What can the 1996 inflation episode teach today?


ASX200 rout - What can the 1996 inflation episode teach today?
Tony Sycamore
May 19, 2021 5:57 AM
Last week US core CPI hit 3%, its highest level since January 1996. The very same year that I started on the floor of the Sydney Futures Exchange as a trainee bond trader for Macquarie Bank.
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The 1996 inflation scare sent the bond market into a six-month tailspin. Yields on benchmark US 10 year bonds rose from around 5.50% to 7% by mid-1996. Not immune from the bond market rout, US equities topped out in May, before falling over 11% into mid-July.
Despite concerns that inflation would continue to surge as the economy strengthened, the then Chairman of the Federal Reserve Allan Greenspan, stared down the bond market vigilantes as well as fellow board members and refused to raise official interest rates.

ASX 200 index closes 0.3% higher; Australian shares extend gains to close near 14-month peak


ASX 200 index closes 0.3% higher; Australian shares extend gains to close near 14-month peak
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Last Updated: Apr 29, 2021, 02:28 PM IST
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The S&P/ASX 200 index closed 0.3% higher at 7,082.3. Gains in tech and gold stocks helped outweigh dismal trading updates from Woolworths and Fortescue Metals.
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Australia's biggest gold miner Newcrest jumped as much as 2.7% after posting production of 512,424 ounces for the March period, beating the 491,539 ounces tipped by RBC analysts.
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Australian shares closed at their highest level in nearly 14 months on Thursday, extending gains from the previous session when mild inflation data pushed the benchmark index to snap its two-day losing streak.

Australia shares: ASX 200 climbed as Australia shares mark best day in 2 weeks as gold stocks shine


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Australian shares closed higher on Thursday, joining a rebound in global equities as gold and healthcare stocks advanced, while AGL Energy hit a record low after its chief executive officer resigned.
The S&P/ASX 200 rose 0.8 per cent to 7,055.40 in its best day since April 8. It had marked its worst session in nearly two months in the previous session.
U.S. stocks bounced on Wednesday after a two-day decline, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq adding 1.2 per cent. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.3 per cent on Thursday, following a 0.9 per cent decline the previous day.
"The ASX rebounded across the board, led by a strong reversal in the U.S. equity markets last night," said Brad Smoling, managing director, Smoling Stockbroking.

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Global shares mostly gain as China exports rise


Global shares mostly gain as China exports rise
YURI KAGEYAMA, AP Business Writer
April 13, 2021
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1of5People wearing face masks walk past a bank's electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong Tuesday, April 13, 2021. Asian shares were mostly higher on Tuesday with hopes growing for a global economic rebound despite worries over renewed surges in coronavirus cases.Vincent Yu/APShow MoreShow Less
2of5A man wearing a face mask walks past a bank's electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong Tuesday, April 13, 2021. Asian shares were mostly higher on Tuesday with hopes growing for a global economic rebound despite worries over renewed surges in coronavirus cases.Vincent Yu/APShow MoreShow Less

Asian equities mostly higher - MarketPulse


Asian equities mostly higher
Asia markets higher on China Trade Balance
Having suffered yesterday, Asian equities are mainly green today, with yesterday’s unloved markets in favour today. That suggests that choppy range trading and tail-chasing continue to rule the roost as equity markets, ex the FOMO-gnomes of Wall Street, search for a directional answer to sink its teeth into. Wall Street went nowhere overnight, as the US 10-year note auction passing without incident.
Overnight, some long-covering hit Wall Street on a slow news day, with the S&P 500 unchanged, the Nasdaq losing 0.36%, and the Dow Jones easing by 0.16%. In Asia, the range-trade theme continues, with futures on all three creeping higher by just over 0.05% in quiet trading.

World shares, US futures decline on vaccine, virus worries


World shares, US futures decline on vaccine, virus worries
ELAINE KURTENBACH, AP Business Writer
April 12, 2021
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1of5People walk past a bank's electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong Monday, April 12, 2021. Asian shares were lower on Monday, as investors grew wary over the recent surge in coronavirus cases in many places while vaccinations are making scant headway.Vincent Yu/APShow MoreShow Less
2of5A man walks past a bank's electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong Monday, April 12, 2021. Asian shares were lower on Monday, as investors grew wary over the recent surge in coronavirus cases in many places while vaccinations are making scant headway.Vincent Yu/APShow MoreShow Less

ASX200 closing in on 12 month high despite RBA caution on housing

At this afternoon's RBA Board meeting the RBA as expected, kept its key monetary policy settings unchanged including the target of 10 basis points for the cash rate and the yield on the 3-year Australian Government bond, as well as the parameters of its bond purchase program.

Asian equities refuse US buy-in - MarketPulse


Asian equities refuse US buy-in
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Wall Street climbs but Asia hesitates
US equities had a mighty session overnight, powered by ISM and Non-Farm Payroll recovery hopes. However, Asia’s markets, less the sheep followers of Australia, have adopted a much more cautious tone. That is a pattern that repeated itself last week, where strong rallies on Wall Street were not replicated in Asia. Overnight the S&P 500 rose 1.44%, the Nasdaq rallied by 1.67%, and the Dow Jones finished 1.12% higher.
The schizophrenic behaviour of Wall Street last week, which spent it chasing its tail on a day-to-day basis, could be part of the reason. Doubts over the longevity of the rally overnight are as good a reason to be cautious as any. It could also be that investors globally, including Asia, are following the noise and concentrating on the seemingly effortless gains available on Wall Street. US index futures have also edged lower this morning after yesterday’s rally. Nagging Covid-19 fears in China, South Korea and Japan, mainly the latter two, may also be sapping investors’ nerves.

Asian equities rally - MarketPulse


Asian equities rally
Asia markets higher after Wall Street gains
Asia Pacific stock markets are off to a positive start today on the back of positive regional data and Wall Street finishing on a positive note. Overnight, the S&P 500 gained 0.37%, with technology outperforming. The Nasdaq leapt by 1.54%, with the Dow Jones almost unchanged. Month-end rotation trades dominated proceedings after the ADP data and the Biden infrastructure package caused no ructions in the US bond market. I suspect the news was priced into financial markets at a much higher level than I expected, muting its impact.
President Biden announced the first details of his highly anticipated infrastructure programme overnight. The package itself totalled around USD2.25 trillion of spending over 10 years, with approximately USD1.60 trillion of corporate tax rises phased in over 15 years. Biden did not mention the expected hike in income taxes for higher earners or on capital gains taxes, which will be needed in order to pay for the massive package.

Asian equities ease, US dollar steady - MarketPulse


Asian equities ease, US dollar steady
March 17, 2021SharePrint
Asian markets ease, dollar firm as FOMC looms
Asian equities have eased over today’s session as investors reduce exposure ahead of tonight’s FOMC. Not helping sentiment was Blinken comments about Chinese aggression, and that, along with China’s ongoing tech crackdown, has made mainland exchanges today’s underperformers.
The overnight session was nondescript, with the S&P 500 edging 0.16% lower, the Nasdaq rising just 0.90%, and the Dow Jones retreating 0.39%. US index futures have edged lower with their Asian peers this morning.
The Nikkei 225 has 0.17% lower, while Samsung’s warning on semi-conductor shortages has seen the Kospi fall by 1.05%. In mainland China, the Shanghai Composite has fallen 0.50%, with the CSI 200 down 0.25%. Both indexes were sharply lower a short time ago, suggesting that China’s “national team” may be in supporting prices at the moment.

Wall Street on track to match longest winning streak of 2021


Asian shares mixed after US stock fall ahead of Fed meeting
YURI KAGEYAMA, AP Business Writer
March 16, 2021
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1of6A woman walks past a bank's electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong Wednesday, March 17, 2021. Asian shares were mixed Wednesday as world markets cautiously awaited the U.S. central bank's latest comments on how it views the economic picture.Vincent Yu/APShow MoreShow Less
2of6A man walks past a bank's electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong Wednesday, March 17, 2021. Asian shares were mixed Wednesday as world markets cautiously awaited the U.S. central bank's latest comments on how it views the economic picture.Vincent Yu/APShow MoreShow Less

Asia equities are mixed - MarketPulse


Asia equities are mixed
Asian markets calm after US yields rise
Cyclical rotation flows dominated Wall Street on Friday, as US bond yields suddenly spiked higher. Technology bore the brunt of the assault, the Nasdaq falling 0.59%, while the S&P 500 roses just 0.10%, while the Dow Jones climbed by 0.90%. Dovish comments by Treasury Secretary Yellen over the weekend see the futures on all three indexes up by 0.20% this morning, lending a sense of calm to Asian equities.
The Nikkei 225 is 0.30% higher today, while the Kospi is now unchanged. Mainland China’s Shanghai Composite has recovered some earlier losses but is still down by 0.40%, with the CSI 300 has fallen by 0.95%. Today’s China data was mixed, and retail sentiment remains fragile. This week, it will be interesting to see if China’s “national team” steps in once again if markets move sharply lower.

Wall Street parties but Asia mixed - MarketPulse


Wall Street parties but Asia mixed
March 12, 2021SharePrint
Asian equities mixed following the Wall Street rally
After improving Jobless Claims and a non-event US 30-year auction greenlighted the buy-everything business as usual trade, big-tech was back overnight. Although still in correction territory, the Nasdaq powered 2.52% higher, while the S&P 500 and Dow Jones ended in record territory, rising 1.04% and 0.58%, respectively.
There were concerns ahead of the US 30-year bond auction, but demand was strong enough so that the auction was passed without incident. Although the bid-to-cover ratio wasn’t spectacular, like the 10-year the day before, most of the issue went to direct buyers, not primary dealers, indicating an underlying broader demand. That was the last potential barrier for the week for simmering global recovery demand.

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