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Financial Tips: 市況速遞 7/9

Sep 7, 2011 , Posted by Diamond Recruit at 5:25 PM




北美市場
 
美國股市下跌,標準普爾500指數全週漲幅盡失,因一項政府報告顯示,上月份就業人數無增長,加大該全球最大經濟體系可能陷入衰退的憂慮。金融股分類指數下挫,於10大行業分類指數中錄得最大跌幅,因聯邦住房金融局就問題房貸抵押證券業務控告多間銀行。



聯邦住房金融局起訴Bank of America Corp.、Citigroup Inc.及JPMorgan Chase & Co.等17間銀行,指涉嫌誤導Fannie Mae及Freddie Mac,導致兩間公司於問題房貸抵押證券業務蒙受數以十億元損失。

美國8月份非農業就業人數意外停滯,失業率維持於9.1%,反映美國雇主對經濟復甦力道的信心下降。

歐洲市場

 
歐洲股市下滑,並創下自7月以來最大單週跌幅,因美國就業市場無增長,觸發市場憂慮,該全球最大經濟體系未能舒緩歐洲債務危機所帶來的影響。

英國8月份營建業指數下降至8個月以來最低水平,因需求放緩及房屋建築進一步下降。

日本市場


日本股市下跌,終止6日升勢 。市場預期美國經濟數據顯示,美國新增職位減少,因該全球最大經濟體系復甦放緩。

日本企業於第2季意外地減少支出,引發外界擔心,日本從3月11日地震及海嘯中復甦的步伐停滯。

亞太市場

 
亞洲股市終止6日升勢,因市場預期即將公佈的美國經濟數據顯示,當地失業率維持於9%以上水平,並進一步顯示該全球最大經濟體系的增長步伐放緩。

印度股市休市兩日後恢復交易,並創下兩週以來最大升幅,因經濟數據舒緩環球經濟復甦停滯的憂慮。

印度8月份製造業以29個月以來最緩慢的速度增長,進一步顯示環球經濟放緩,及央行加息削弱消費者需求。?豐及Markit Economics公佈,7月份採購經理指數下降至52.6。指數高於50顯示行業擴張。

中國/香港

 
中國股市下跌,基準指數創下3個月以來最大單週跌幅。儘管經濟及企業盈利增長下滑,但投資者認為政府為了遏制通脹,不會放鬆經濟政策。

8月份中國採購經理非製造業指數下降至57.6。

香港股市下跌,全週升幅收窄,因市場預計美國即將公佈的經濟報告顯示,當地就業增長放緩,加添投資者對美國經濟前景的擔憂。

新興市場
巴西股市創下兩週以來最大跌幅,因美國上月份就業增長停滯,令市場更為擔憂當地經濟增長乏力。美國是巴西第2大貿易夥伴。

巴西上季經濟增長放緩幅度至自2009年衰退以來最大,促使決策者接納總統羅塞夫的建議,即使通脹加快,但仍然提早減息。

債券市場

 
美國國庫券價格上漲,10年期國庫券孳息率跌穿2%,因政府報告顯示,8月份就業人數無增長,增強市場對聯儲局增加購買長期債券的揣測。

希臘兩年期政府債券繼續下跌,孳息率一度上升並升抵自歐元區創立以來最高水平。



U.S. Market
U.S. stocks slumped, wiping out the weekly gain for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, as a government report showing employment stagnated last month stoked concern the world’s largest economy may fall into a recession. Financial stocks in the S&P 500 slumped, the most within 10 groups, as the Federal Housing Finance Agency sued lenders over residential mortgage-backed securities.       

Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. were among the 17 lenders sued by the Federal Housing Finance Agency for allegedly misleading Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac about billions of dollars of residential mortgage-backed securities.

Employment in the U.S. unexpectedly stagnated in August and the jobless rate held at 9.1 percent as American employers became less confident in the strength of the recovery.

European Market
European stocks plunged, paring the biggest weekly rally since July, as a report showing no growth in U.S. jobs spurred concern that the world’s largest economy won’t help offset weakness caused by the sovereign-debt crisis.

U.K. construction grew at the slowest pace in eight months in August as demand weakened and homebuilding contracted further.

Japan Market
Japanese stocks fell, snapping a six-day rally, ahead of a report forecast to show the U.S. added fewer jobs in August as the recovery in the world’s largest economy slows.

Japanese companies unexpectedly cut spending in the second quarter, fanning concern the nation’s recovery from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami is stalling.

Asia / Pacific Market
Asian stocks snapped a six-day streak of advances ahead of reports expected to show the U.S. jobless rate remained above 9 percent, adding to signs growth in the world’s largest economy is weakening.

Indian stocks rose the most in two weeks, resuming trading after a two-day holiday during which economic data eased concerns the global recovery is faltering.

India’s manufacturing grew at the slowest pace in 29 months in August, adding to signs of a global slowdown and indicating interest-rate increases are curbing consumer demand. The Purchasing Managers’ Index fell to 52.6, HSBC Holdings Plc and Markit Economics said. A number above 50 indicates expansion.

China/ Hong Kong
China’s stocks fell, capping the benchmark index’s biggest weekly loss in three months, on speculation the government won’t ease policy measures to cool inflation even as economic and earnings growth slows.

China’s non-manufacturing purchasing managers’ index fell to 57.6 in August.

Hong Kong’s stocks fell, paring the week’s gains, ahead of a report that may show U.S. employment growth has slowed, adding to concerns the world’s largest economy is deteriorating.

Emerging Markets
The Bovespa index fell the most in two weeks after a report showed U.S. employment growth stalled last month, adding to concern that the expansion in Brazil’s second-biggest trading partner is faltering.

Brazil’s economic growth slowed last quarter the most since its 2009 recession, persuading policy makers to accept President Dilma Rousseff’s plea that they cut interest rates pre-emptively even as inflation quickens.

Bond Market
Treasuries rose, pushing 10-year note yields below 2 percent, as the government’s payrolls report showed no jobs were added in August, stoking speculation that the Federal Reserve will increase its purchases of longer- maturity debt.

Greece’s two-year notes extended their decline, pushing the yield on the securities up to a euro-era record.






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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。
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