Market Talk – August 19, 2022

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ASIA:

 

The most important Asian inventory markets had a blended day these days:

  • NIKKEI 225 lowered 11.81 issues or -0.04% to twenty-eight,930.33
  • Shanghai lowered 19.47 issues or -0.59% to three,258.08
  • Cling Seng larger 9.12 issues or 0.05% to 19,773.03
  • ASX 200 larger 1.70 issues or 0.02% to 7,114.50
  • Kospi lowered 15.36 issues or -0.61% to two,492.69
  • SENSEX lowered 651.85 issues or -1.08% to 59,646.15
  • Nifty50 lowered 198.05 issues or -1.10% to 17,758.45

 

The most important Asian forex markets had a blended day these days:

  • AUDUSD lowered 0.00433 or -0.63% to 0.68704
  • NZDUSD lowered 0.00823 or -1.31% to 0.61777
  • USDJPY larger 1.207 or 0.89% to 137.024
  • USDCNY larger 0.03561 or 0.52% to six.83721

 

Valuable Metals:

Gold  lowered 8.16 USD/t oz.. or -0.46% to at least one,750.04

Silver lowered 0.401 USD/t. ozor  -2.05% to 19.119

 

Some financial information from closing night time:

Japan:

CPI, n.s.a (MoM) (Jul) larger from 0.3% to 0.5%

Nationwide Core CPI (YoY) (Jul) larger from 2.2% to two.4%

Nationwide CPI (YoY) (Jul) larger from 2.4% to two.6%

Nationwide CPI (MoM) larger from 0.0% to 0.5%

New Zealand:

Credit score Card Spending (YoY) larger from 3.9% to 4.9%

Exports (Jul) larger from 6.27B to six.68B

Imports (Jul) larger from 7.38B to 7.77B

Industry Steadiness (MoM) (Jul) larger from -1,102M to -1,092M

Industry Steadiness (YoY) (Jul) lowered from -10,940M to -11,640M

Some financial information from these days:

India:

FX Reserves, USD lowered from 572.98B to 570.74B

 

 

EUROPE/EMEA:

The most important Europe inventory markets had a blended day:

CAC 40 lowered 61.57 issues or -0.94% to six,495.83

FTSE 100 larger 8.52 issues or 0.11% to 7,550.37

DAX 30 lowered 152.89 issues or -1.12% to 13,544.52

The most important Europe forex markets had a blended day these days:

  • EURUSD lowered 0.0043 or -0.43% to at least one.00469
  • GBPUSD lowered 0.01162 or -0.97% to at least one.18169
  • USDCHF larger 0.00185 or 0.19% to 0.95865

 

Some financial information from Europe these days:

UK:

Core Retail Gross sales (YoY) (Jul) larger from -6.2% to -3.0%

Core Retail Gross sales (MoM) (Jul) larger from 0.2% to 0.4%

Retail Gross sales (MoM) (Jul) larger from -0.2% to 0.3%

Retail Gross sales (YoY) (Jul) larger from -6.1% to -3.4%

Germany:

German PPI (YoY) (Jul) larger from 32.7% to 37.2%

German PPI (MoM) (Jul) larger from 0.6% to five.3%

Euro Zone:

Present Account (Jun) larger from -4.5B to 4.2B

Present Account n.s.a. (Jun) larger from -15.4B to three.2B

US/AMERICAS:

As a part of the Inflation Relief Act, companies will face a 1% excise tax on buybacks. Consistent with S&P International knowledge, corporations repurchased $881.7 billion in shares closing yr, a bounce from the $519.8 billion in buybacks in 2020. Estimates state that this new tax will carry $74 billion inside of ten years. The legislation will move into impact on January 1, 2023. Some imagine corporations might spice up buybacks throughout the rest of the yr to steer clear of the tax.

Retail gross sales in Canada rose 1.1% to C$63.1 billion this June, in keeping with knowledge launched via Statistics Canada. The company believes July’s knowledge will display a 2% decline in retail gross sales. Upper costs led to raised gross sales. Fuel costs rose 3.9% in June in spite of quantity declining 1.3%. Core retail gross sales rose via most effective 0.2%.

US Marketplace Closings:

  • Dow declined 292.3 issues or -0.86% to 33,706.74
  • S&P 500 declined 55.26 issues or -1.29% to 4,228.48
  • Nasdaq declined 260.13 issues or -2.01% to twelve,705.22
  • Russell 2000 declined 43.38 issues or -2.17% to at least one,957.35

 

Canada Marketplace Closings:

  • TSX Composite declined 153.99 issues or -0.76% to twenty,111.38
  • TSX 60 declined 7.89 issues or -0.64% to at least one,217.93

 

Brazil Marketplace Last:

  • Bovespa declined 2,316.66 issues or -2.04% to 111,496.21

 

ENERGY:

The oil markets had a inexperienced day these days:

 

Crude Oil larger 1.642 USD/BBL or 1.81% to 92.142

Brent larger 0.989 USD/BBL or 1.02% to 97.579

Herbal gasoline larger 0.1455 USD/MMBtu or 1.58% to 9.3335

Gas larger 0.0154 USD/GAL or 0.51% to three.0415

Heating oil larger 0.0588 USD/GAL or 1.61% to three.7085

The above knowledge was once gathered round 11:56 EST on Friday

Most sensible commodity gainers: Wheat (2.24%), Crude Oil(1.81%), Rice (2.45%) and Sugar (1.97%)

Most sensible commodity losers: Bitumen (-2.23%), Lumber(-5.85%),  Platinum (-2.55%) and Silver (-2.05%)

 

The above knowledge was once gathered round 12:03 EST on Friday.

 

BONDS:

 

Japan 0.205%(+0.7bp), US 2’s 3.27% (+0.037%), US 10’s 2.9794% (+9.94bps); US 30’s 3.21% (+0.074%), Bunds 1.230% (+13.2bp), France 1.7970% (+11.9bp), Italy 3.4880% (+16.5bp), Turkey 16.29% (-38bp), Greece 3.695% (+15.7bp), Portugal 2.299% (+13.8bp); Spain 2.373% (+12.7bp) and UK Gilts 2.4110% (+10.1bp).