Monday , January 18 2021

Global Markets-Asian stocks enjoy relief rally, China-US Trade Negotiations Loom Energy and Oil

* Asian Stock Market:

* Close the Nikkei for a strong start after the Wall Street Rally

* Fade emphasizes patience on policy, reducing market rates

* Safe-Heaven Yen is easy to back, the dollar is otherwise lower

* Investor eyes in Beijing – US-China Trade negotiations

By Van Call

Sydney, Jan 7 (Reuters) – Due to the strong working figures of the Federal Reserve and WSC on Monday, Asian stocks have witnessed huge exposure in the global stock market.

Investors want to know how the Chinese markets react to the ease and simplicity of the central bank's policies announced late on Friday, which is free from new borrowings of about $ 116 billion.

Chinese officials begin their trade for talks beginning Monday. Equalities have also been received, which is the first face-to-face negotiation of the year.

US President Donald Trup said on Sunday that negotiations are going very well and weakness in the Chinese economy gave Beijing a reason to work towards the deal.

MSCI's broad index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan increased by 0.7% in early trade, which increased 1.5% in Australia.

Japan's Nikkei increased by 3.1 percent, which participated in a deliberately retreating in Yen, while South Korea raised 1.5 percent. E-mini futures have increased by 0.5 percent for the S & P 500.

On Friday, the risk of hunger increased steadily when the US The parlors report showed that 312,000 net new jobs were created in December, while wages increased at a faster rate of 3.2 percent.

Despite the strength, Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell sought to ease market worries at the risk of recession and said that the central bank will be flexible and flexible in fiscal decisions this year.

Markets had already advanced in the big opportunity to cut rates this year, and some enthusiasm boosted with emphasis on Pavel's word "patient" in his speech on Friday.

Nevertheless, Fed fund futures rates 2.33% in December compared to the effective 2.43% effective December.

The yield on the two-year Treasury has gone up by 2.37 percent to 2.49 percent, but it is still below a year's paper.

Powell has given another speech to raise his thinking on Thursday, while speaking at least eight Fed officials this week.

"Extreme Bear"

In the combination of strong job report and Deutsche Fed, the Dow Dow rose 3.29 percent on Friday, while S & P 500 was up 3.43 percent and Nasdaq rose 4.26 percent.

Analysts of Bank of America Merrill Lynch noted that global equity markets lost $ 19.9 trillion in January last year, and in the last six weeks, the record was $ 84 billion from the shares of $ 84 billion.

Rear Market 2,055 US $ 2,767 And with global companies, it can be time to buy.

"Our Bull and Bear Indicator has started reading & # 39; heavy bears & # 39; by launching the first & # 39; Buy & # 39; Signal for Hazardous Property since June 2016," he wrote in a note.

BOFAML saw a surge in Chinese and German stocks; US Small cap stocks; Half-government debt energy shares; US Dollars and Euro high-yielding bonds and emerging market currencies.

Later, Sino-US news recovered from the news negotiation, the natural bounce back from the wild "flash crash", which was stopping the market last week.

This effect was apparent in the Australian dollar, which is used as a liquid proxy for emerging markets and risks in China. Ossee earned $ 0.7124 on Monday, which was $ 0.6715 last Thursday.

Safe-Heaven has left it to stand at 108.53 per dollar after receiving a return of 105.25 in its last week from its recent gains. Euro was strong at $ 1.1409, while the dollar touched on 96.114.

US Gold has benefited from the rate slowdown and is at a peak of $ 1,283.93 in the six-month high.

Oil prices rose sharply after Brett's 9.3% and WPI's 5.8% surge last week.

Crude benchmark rose by 70 cents to $ 57.76 a barrel, while the US. Crude futures rose 63 cents to $ 48.59.

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