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Financial Tips: 市況速遞 29/6

Jun 29, 2010 , Posted by Diamond Recruit at 11:33 AM



美國市場

美國股市上升,標準普爾500指數自5月以來最大單週升幅收窄。銀行股造好,因國會就金融改革方案達成折衷協議。



美國第1季經濟按年增長2.7%增幅低於預期,因消費開支升幅下降及貿易逆差擴大。



歐洲市場

歐洲股市連續第4日下跌,基準Stoxx Europe 600指數全週升幅擴大。英國石油率領能源股下跌,而汽車股亦回軟。



日本市場

日本股市下跌,東證股價指數第4日下跌,因分析員調低股票投資評級及美國企業盈利預測欠佳,市場對經濟及企業盈利復甦力度感到擔憂。



日本5月份消費物價跌幅減慢,但可能不足以紓緩政府向央行就對抗通縮施壓。



亞太市場

亞洲股市下跌,摩根士丹利亞太指數創下近3週以來最大跌幅,因美國企業盈利預測欠佳,令市場憂慮該全球最大經濟體系的經濟增長前景。



澳洲S&P/ASX 200指數下跌。礦業股下跌,因市場揣測澳洲新任總理Julia Gillard將會推出新礦業稅,儘管此前同意向企業進行諮詢。有關計劃受到企業、僱員及政界反對。



台灣央行跟隨中國及馬來西亞等亞洲國家調高基準利率,為自2008年以來首次,出乎市場意料之外,反映當局相信環球經濟能夠抵禦歐洲債務危機。



中國/香港

中國股市第3日下跌。證券及工業股領跌,因市場憂慮經濟增長減慢將削弱企業盈利。



中國今年首5個月的工業利潤上升82%,反映經濟強勁復甦,並可能促使政府撤出刺激經濟措施。



香港股市下跌,恆生指數逾1年以來最長單週升勢收窄,因美國企業盈利預測遜於預期,令市場更為憂慮該全球最大經濟體系的經濟增長前景。

新興市場

巴西股市第3週上升,因商品價格上升提振商品股前景,及報告顯示該國第2大貿易夥伴美國消費者信心上升。



印度股市創下兩週以來最大跌幅,因總理辛格表示對環球經濟復甦感到憂慮及市場揣測央行將於例行會議前加息。



債券市場

美國國庫券價格上升,連續第2週的升幅擴大,因報告顯示美國第1季經濟按年增長2.7%,增幅低於預期。



U.S. Market

U.S. stocks rose, trimming the biggest weekly Standard & Poor’s 500 Index drop since May, as banks surged after Congress diluted a financial-reform bill.



The U.S. economy grew at a 2.7 percent annual rate in the first quarter, less than previously calculated, reflecting a smaller gain in consumer spending and a bigger trade gap.



European Market

European stocks declined for a fourth straight day, extending a weekly drop for the benchmark Stoxx Europe 600 Index, as BP Plc led energy companies lower and automakers retreated.



Japan Market

Japanese stocks fell, dragging down the Topix index for a fourth straight day, as analyst rating cuts and U.S. profit forecasts raised concern about the strength of the recovery in the economy and earnings.



Japan’s consumer prices fell at a slower pace in May, a moderation that may be insufficient to ease government pressure on the central bank to fight deflation.



Asia / Pacific Market

Asian stocks fell, dragging the MSCI Asia Pacific Index to its biggest slump in almost three weeks, after disappointing earnings forecasts at U.S. companies fueled concerns about growth in the world’s largest economy.



Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index fell. Mining shares dropped on speculation Australia’s incoming Prime Minister Julia Gillard will pursue a new mining tax, even after she agreed to consult companies on the plan that has sparked widespread protests among companies, workers and politicians.



Taiwan’s central bank unexpectedly raised its benchmark interest rate for the first time since 2008, joining Asian policy makers from China to Malaysia in signaling confidence the global recovery will withstand Europe’s debt woes.



China/ Hong Kong Market

China’s stocks fell for a third day, led by brokerages and industrial companies, on concern slowing economic growth will erode corporate earnings.



Chinese industrial companies’ profits jumped 82 percent in the first five months of 2010, underscoring the strength of an economic comeback that is prompting officials to wind back stimulus measures.



Hong Kong stocks fell, paring the benchmark index’s longest weekly winning streak in more than a year, as U.S. companies’ worse-than-estimated profit forecasts heightened concerns about growth in the world’s largest economy.



Emerging Markets

The Bovespa stock index advanced for a third week as rising commodity prices boosted the outlook for producers and a report showed consumer confidence increased in the U.S., Brazil’s second-biggest trade partner.



India’s stocks fell the most in two weeks after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh expressed concern about the strength of global recovery and amid speculation interest rates will be raised before a scheduled meeting.



Bond Market

Treasuries rose, adding to their second straight weekly gain, after a report showed the U.S. economy grew at a 2.7 percent annual rate in the first quarter, less than previously calculated.


聲明:

上述資料只應作為個人投資風險程度的分析及指引,不應作為 投資結論。
以上資料僅供參考之用,投資選擇過去的業績並不代表將來表現。
由於投資組合頗多元化,加上匯率及利率浮動,投資選擇單位 及收益回報可升亦可跌。






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