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Financial Tips: 市況速遞 18/10

Oct 18, 2011 , Posted by Diamond Recruit at 4:24 PM




歐洲市場

歐洲股市上升,Stoxx Europe 600指數創下六個月以來最長單週升勢,因二十國集團於巴黎會晤商討區內債務危機。



歐洲修訂解決歷時兩年的主權債務危機的方案,並獲得環球各國財長的支持。消息人士於10月14日透露,有關計劃包括為希臘削債高達50%、設立銀行業支援機制、增強歐洲金融穩定機制的職能,但暫時未有正式對外公佈。

歐洲9月份通脹上升至近三年以來最高水平,因能源成本上升,令歐洲央行抑制區內主權債務危機更為複雜。

日本市場

 
日本股市下跌,全週升幅收窄,此前標準普爾調低西班牙信貸評級,觸發市場憂慮歐洲債務危機惡化,從而影響亞洲經濟及區內企業盈利。

亞太市場

 
亞洲股市下跌,地區基準指數終止六日漲勢,此前西班牙及部分歐洲銀行信貸評級被下調,令市場擔心歐債危機恐削弱環球經濟增長。

印度股市上升,基準指數創下逾一個月以來最大單週升幅,因投資者預期企業盈利能夠承受環球經濟放緩。

印度9月份通脹連續第10個月超過9%,持續為央行延續歷來最長的加息週期增添壓力。

新加坡下調今年經濟增長預測,同時表示,由於環球經濟前景日益黯淡會促使央行放鬆貨幣政策,2012年的經濟增長還會進一步放緩。

中國/香港

 
中國股市下跌,自8月以來最大單週升幅收窄,此前發佈的消費物價指數預示政府不會放寬貨幣政策。

中國通脹率連續第四個月超過6%,與此同時,儘管經濟增長減慢,亞洲各國都在致力控制物價。

今年9月份,中國貨幣供應增長下降至10年以來最低水平,新增貸款接近兩年以來最低位,而季度新增外匯儲備亦創下10多年以來最低升幅。

香港恆生指數下跌,終止自2009年以來最長漲勢,此前中國發佈消費物價指數預示,政府不會放寬貨幣政策,及西班牙與部分銀行的信貸評級被下調。

新興市場

 
巴西股市創下逾兩年以來最大單週升幅。商品價格造好,因市場憧憬歐洲領袖解決區內主權債務危機,提振當地大型企業的前景。

俄羅斯股市創下逾一年半以來最大單週升幅,因石油及金屬股造好,此前市場預期歐債危機將會受控。

被視為俄羅斯通脹初期指標的生產物價指數於9月份的升幅低於預期。

債券市場

 
美國國庫券下跌,十年期與30年期國庫券創下六個多月以來最長單週跌勢,因歐洲領袖致力解決主權債務危機,抑制避險需求。


U.S. Market

U.S. stocks advanced, giving the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index its biggest weekly gain since July 2009, as retail sales beat economists’ estimates and the Group of 20 nations began discussions on Europe’s debt crisis.

The U.S. Treasury Department said it will delay its twice-yearly report on global exchange-rate policies, including China’s, until later this year.

U.S. Retail sales rose in September by the most in seven months, showing American consumers are helping the world’s largest economy fend off a slump.

European Market

European stocks climbed, extending the Stoxx Europe 600 Index’s longest stretch of weekly gains in six months, as Group of 20 finance ministers meet in Paris to discuss the euro area’s debt crisis.

Europe’s revamped strategy to beat its two-year sovereign debt crisis won the backing of global finance chiefs. Europe’s strategy, which has still to be made public, currently includes writing down Greek bonds by as much as 50 percent, establishing a backstop for banks and multiplying the strength of the newly-enhanced European Financial Stability Facility, people familiar with the matter said Oct. 14.

European inflation accelerated to the fastest in almost three years in September on soaring energy costs, complicating the European Central Bank’s task as it combats the region’s sovereign-debt crisis.

Japan Market

Japanese stocks fell, paring a weekly advance, after Standard & Poor’s cut Spain’s credit rating, fueling concern that a deterioration of Europe’s debt crisis will weigh on Asian economies and corporate earnings.

Asia / Pacific Market

Asian stocks fell, ending a six-day winning streak for the regional benchmark index, after credit- rating downgrades of Spain and European banks fueled concern the region’s debt crisis slow global growth.

Indian stocks climbed, with the benchmark index completing its steepest weekly advance in more than a month, on expectation corporate earnings will withstand a global economic slowdown.

India’s inflation exceeded 9 percent for a 10th straight month in September, maintaining pressure on the central bank to extend its record interest-rate increases.

Singapore cut its economic growth forecast for this year and predicted a further slowdown in expansion in 2012 as the global outlook weakens, prompting the central bank to ease its monetary policy stance.

China/Hong Kong

China’s stocks fell, paring the biggest weekly gain since August, after a report on inflation signaled the government won’t loosen its tightening policies.

China’s inflation exceeded 6 percent for a fourth month as officials across Asia struggle to cool prices even as growth slows.

China’s money supply grew at the slowest pace in a decade in September, new loans were the smallest in almost two years and quarterly foreign-exchange reserves rose the least in more than 10 years.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell, ending its longest winning streak since 2009, after China’s continued inflation reduced chances for a relaxation of monetary policy, and after Spain and some banks’ ratings were cut.

Emerging Markets

The Bovespa stock index posted its biggest weekly gain in more than two years as a commodities rally sparked by optimism that European leaders will resolve the region’s sovereign debt crisis boosted the outlook for Brazil’s biggest companies.

Russian stocks headed for their best weekly gain in more than 1 1/2 years as oil and metals rallied on bets Europe’s debt crisis will be contained.

Russian producer prices, an early indicator of inflation, rose less than economists estimated in September.

Bond Market

Treasuries fell, with 10- and 30- year securities in their longest weekly losing streaks in more than six months, as European leaders’ efforts to resolve the sovereign-debt crisis damped refuge demand.




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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。
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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