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Financial Tips: 市況速遞 7/11

Nov 7, 2011 , Posted by Diamond Recruit at 3:20 PM




北美市場
大部分美國股票下跌,在歐洲領導人擴大地區救助方案後一日,消費者信心與開支等利好經濟數據未能提振股市。



股市跌幅在交易時段最後數分鐘收窄,標準普爾500指數收復失地,連續第四週上漲,是自1月以來最長漲勢。

美國9月份消費開支加速增長,有助該全球最大經濟體系免於陷入衰退。10月份消費者信心意外地錄得按月升幅,顯示佔當地經濟最大比重的消費業有助經濟持續復甦。

歐洲市場
歐洲股市自12週以來高位回落,因投資者靜待歐洲領導人公佈如何籌措資金擴大援助機制。

惠譽發表聲明,指歐洲領導人同意將希臘債務減記50%,倘若投資者同意有關方案,基本等同於希臘債務違約。

歐洲官員研究,讓各國透過國際貨幣基金組織協助擴大援助基金規模,此前中國表示需要有更多計劃細節考慮會否注資。

英國GfK NOP Ltd.公佈,當地消費者信心於今個月下降至逾兩個半月以來低位,因消費者對消費前景更為悲觀,進一步顯示當地經濟可能再度陷入衰退。

日本市場
日本股市收高,日經225平均指數創下一年以來最大單週漲幅,在歐洲通過債務危機協議之後,美國經濟加速增長,增強投資者信心。

日本工業生產跌幅高於分析員預期,顯示隨著日圓上升至兩次大戰以來高位及環球經濟放緩,自3月大地震以來的經濟復甦可能停滯。

亞太市場
亞洲股市上升,基準指數創下逾兩年以來最大升幅,因美國經濟增長加快及歐洲通過債務危機協議,利好出口商前景。

印度股市創下三週以來最大升幅,因歐洲領袖同意擴大援助基金規模壓抑債務危機及美國經濟增長,抵銷有關當地通脹升溫的憂慮。

南韓9月份經常帳盈餘擴闊,因汽車、鋼鐵及石油的環球需求增加,提振出口。

泰國央行調低當地經濟增長預測,因洪水開始湧入該東南亞第二大經濟體系的首都,增加當局於未來數月減息的可能性。央行於曼谷公佈,將今年經濟增長預測由原先預期的4.1%下調至2.6%,並稱可能於11月份進一步下調預測。

中國/香港
中國股市收高,基準指數創下一年以來最大單週漲幅,因市場猜測中國政府可能放寬房地產調控措施,及歐洲宣佈解決歐債危機的措施。

香港股市上漲,恆生指數創下兩年以來最大單週漲幅,因歐洲領導人同意擴大援助基金至1.4萬億美元,及美國經濟加速增長。

新興市場
巴西股市創下逾兩年以來最大升幅。BRF Brasil Foods SA及Cia. Hering升抵紀錄新高,因第三季度盈利高於分析員預期。消費股造好,因市場揣測利率下調。

俄羅斯Micex指數連升三週,因歐洲通過債務危機協議,增強投資者對較高風險資產的需求,及市場揣測市場近期的跌勢過大。

俄羅斯央行維持利率不變,因通脹放緩及消費需求增加,帶動當地經濟以三年以來最快的速度增長。

債券市場
美國國庫券上漲,終止跌勢,因市場擔心歐洲領導人可能需要採取進一步措施來遏制歐債危機,抑制投資者對較高風險資產的胃納。



U.S. Market
Most U.S. stocks fell as data on consumer confidence and spending failed to boost equities a day after European leaders expanded the region’s bailout plan.

Stocks pared losses in the final minutes of trading, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index erasing a decline as it completed a fourth straight weekly advance, the longest streak since January.

Consumer spending in the U.S. accelerated in September, helping the world’s largest economy skirt a recession. Consumer confidence unexpectedly rose in October from the previous month, indicating the biggest part of the economy will help keep the U.S. recovery intact.

European Market
European stocks declined from a 12-week high as investors waited to discover how the euro area plans to fund its enlarged bailout facility.

European leaders’ agreement on a 50 percent haircut on Greek bonds may create an event of default if investors accept it, Fitch Ratings said in a statement.

European officials are studying the idea of an International Monetary Fund channel for money for their enlarged rescue fund, as China said it needed more detail on any potential plan before deciding whether to contribute.

U.K. consumer confidence fell to its lowest level in more than 2 1/2 years this month as Britons became more pessimistic about spending, adding to signs the economy may slip back into recession, GfK NOP Ltd. Said.

Japan Market
Japanese stocks rose, driving the Nikkei 225 Stock Average to its biggest weekly gain in a year, as faster U.S. economic growth fueled investor confidence after the breakthrough on a European debt deal.

Japan’s industrial production fell more than analysts expected, an indication that the recovery from the March earthquake may be stalling due to a yen at a postwar high and a global slowdown.

Asia / Pacific Market
Asian stocks rose, sending the regional benchmark index toward its biggest weekly gain in more than two years, as the fastest U.S. economic growth in a year and Europe’s debt deal boosted the outlook for exporters.

India’s stocks surged the most in three weeks as Europe’s leaders agreed to expand a bailout fund to stem the region’s debt crisis and the U.S. economy grew, countering concern inflation in the South Asian nation is accelerating.

South Korea’s current-account surplus widened in September as global demand for cars, steel and oil products bolstered exports.

Thailand’s central bank lowered its growth forecasts as floods began overwhelming the capital of Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy, raising the odds of an interest-rate cut in the coming months. The economy may expand 2.6 percent this year from a previous prediction of 4.1 percent, the Bank of Thailand said in Bangkok, adding that forecasts may be lowered further in November.

China/Hong Kong
China’s stocks rose, driving the benchmark index to its biggest weekly gain in a year, on speculation the government may ease property curbs and after Europe announced measures to solve the region’s debt crisis.

Hong Kong stocks rose, with the Hang Seng Index posting its biggest weekly gain in two years, as European leaders agreed to expand a bailout fund to $1.4 trillion and U.S. economic growth accelerated.

Emerging Markets
The Bovespa stock index posted its biggest weekly advance in more than two years as BRF Brasil Foods SA and Cia. Hering reached record highs after third-quarter profits topped analysts’ estimates and consumer stocks rallied on speculation borrowing costs will decline in Brazil.

Russia’s benchmark Micex Index had its third straight weekly gain as Europe’s debt deal boosted appetite for riskier assets and spurred bets that the gauge’s declines are overdone.

Russia left borrowing costs unchanged after inflation slowed and booming consumer demand spurred the economy to the fastest growth in three years.

Bond Market
Treasuries rose, snapping drop, as concern that European officials may need to take further steps to tame the region’s debt crisis damped investor appetite for riskier assets.




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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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