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Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen on Friday said the case for another interest-rate hike is strengthening, sending a strong signal the U.S. central bank is preparing to increase rates as soon as next month.
On Friday, crude oil prices kept sagging further in Asia in subdued trade ahead of the latest count of American rigs in production from Baker Hughes.
In New York, October delivery crude futures descended 0.19%, hitting $47.29 per barrel. Meanwhile, in London, October delivery Brent crude futures sagged 0.18%, trading at $49.58 per barrel.
The previous week, Baker Hughes informed that the overall number of rigs drilling for crude in America last week soared by 10 to 406, which is the eighth consecutive weekly gain and the 11th ascend in 12 weeks.
Overnight, crude oil traded lower for the second straight trading session on Thursday because financial markets were still fixated on the global oversupply amid fading hopes that key oil producers will reach a deal to suspend output.
Futures are down almost 4% so far this week because financial experts and market participants remain skeptical that the meeting would bring a coherent effort to diminish the global glut.
On Friday, the greenback remained on tenterhooks, finding itself on track for a moderate weekly soar ahead of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's long-awaited speech that some believe could ensure clarity on whether American interest rates will soar this year or not.
The US dollar dipped 0.1% against the Japanese yen at 100.46 yen, while it remained intact against the euro at $1.1290.
The dollar index, estimating the greenback’s value against six key counterparts, slumped 0.1% to 94.718.
Later on Friday, Fed Chair is expected to deliver her speech at a global major bank meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Yellen could provide a clear signal that the Fed is all geared up towards a rate hike this year, although many experts are assured that she’ll stick to her less concrete stance that monetary policy appears to be data-dependent and a rate lift is probable.
The anticipation is quite exaggerated, especially considering that Yellen is considered to be one of the most balanced and pragmatic speakers.
Yen rebounds in Asia
Today, the Japanese yen rebounded during Asia trade after consumer prices data from Tokyo revealed that the core measure decreased more than expected. Moreover, attention is currently focused on a gathering of key bankers in the US state of Wyoming later in the day with the Fed Chair expected to provide fresh views.
The currency pair USD/JPY traded at 100.47 with a 0.05% sink, while AUD/USD achieved 0.7629, rising 0.14%.
In Japan, July’s national core CPI headed south 0.5% year-on-year, which is more than the 0.4% decrease observed, while national CPI lost 0.4% as expected in data, which is currently calculated under a 2015 base year with updated weightings.
The US dollar index, estimating the greenback’s value against a trade-weighted basket of six key currencies, sank 0.06%, getting to 94.62.
The annual economic symposium has found itself in the spotlight with Fed Chair’s opening remarks on Friday. Other major bankers are expected to discuss and also consider the future of monetary policy in the aftermath of the financial downtime and a low interest rate era.
The UK’s high streets are heaving with shoppers notwithstanding June's shock vote to abandon the European Union. Moreover, big businesses have already reported few signs of distress, while some tabloid newspapers are discussing a post-Brexit economic boom.
The overwhelming view from financial experts is that it’s too early to know how the United Kingdom will cope with years of Brexit uncertainty, though there’s a soaring belief that the country can avert a recession, which just weeks ago was regarded as probable.
On the face of it, the early upbeat mood contrasts with the pre-referendum warning from ex-Prime Minister David Cameron that Brexit would put a bomb under the British economy.
In August, retail sales reversed much of an immediate post-Brexit vote dip, with retailers posting their strongest sales for six months as industry data revealed on Thursday, mostly due to a weaker sterling attracting overseas buyers.
Japan July consumer prices show the biggest annual fall for three years
In July, Japan's core consumer prices edged down for a fifth straight month and demonstrated the most enormous annual sag for more than three years, as more companies had to hold back price lifts due to poor consumption, thus keeping the major bank under pressure in order to expand an already massive stimulus program.
The gloomy data backs a dominant market view that Japanese premier Shinzo Abe's stimulus programs have turned unable to dislodge the deflationary mindset prevailing among consumers and businesses.
In July, the nationwide core consumer price index, excluding volatile fresh food prices, but including oil products, sagged 0.5% from a year earlier, as government data revealed on Friday. In fact, it exceeded a median market forecast for a 0.4% drop and it turned a bit bigger than a 0.4% tumble in June.
While dropping energy costs were mostly behind the dip in consumer prices, ascends in imported food prices as well as hotel room rates moderated in a clue that poor consumption is discouraging firms from passing on soaring costs.
On Friday, Asian stocks headed south as market participants mostly held fire ahead of clues from Janet Yellen, Fed Chair.
The S&P/ASX 200 tumbled 0.1%, South Korean Kospi lost 0.4%, while in Hong Kong, the Hang Seng Index acquired 0.6%. As for the Shanghai Composite index, it edged up by 0.1%.
Fed Chair is expected to speak later in the global trading day at the Jackson Hole meeting of key bankers.
In Japan, the Nikkei Stock Average slumped 0.9%, with insurance and automobile shares affected by expectations that Fed Chair would deliver downbeat news regarding the American economy. There’s no doubt it would push down bond profits and weaken the greenback.
Lower yields diminish insurers’ returns, while a weakening greenback pushes the Japanese yen higher, thus hurting Japan’s export competitiveness.
Toyota Motor tumbled 3%, Honda Motor lost 2.5%, while Nissan Motor sank 1%.
Financial experts find a December rate hike quite probable.
FTSE 100 tumbles, though miners find relief
British shares headed south, set to round off the trading week with a loss, as market participants waited for an update on Britain’s economic growth as well as a closely watched speech from Yanet Yellen, Fed Chair.
The FTSE 100 dropped 0.2%, being worth 6,802.00, with healthcare as well as consumer goods among the dropping sectors. As for miners, they traded higher after staying under pressure this week. The London benchmark has found itself on track to sink 0.6% for the week - a second straight weekly loss.
On Thursday, the index sagged 0.3%, weighed by those losses for drug makers and miners.
However, on Friday, BAE Systems PLC managed to top the FTSE 100. Shares grew 1.2% as the defense company’s rating was upgraded to purchase from hold at Berenberg.
Friday’s trading session will see the issue of a second reading of the UK’s GDP for the second quarter.
Ahead of the British GDP publication, in New York, the sterling rose $1.3217 from $1.3175 late on Thursday.
On Thursday, the major American currency happened to be range-bound during illiquid Asia trade as key currencies kept treading water ahead of the global major bankers' gathering in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, at which Fed Chair Janet Yellen might offer fresh clues on American monetary policy.
Fed officials including Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer along with New York Fed President William Dudley have recently helped some traders to lift their bets that the Fed is braced for rate hikes again sooner rather than later, while some financial analysts foresee Yellen will echo their signals.
On Wednesday, futures markets were indicating an 18% probability that the American major financial institution would lift rates at its policy gathering next month, and an approximately 50% chance of a rate hike in December, as CME Group's FedWatch states.
A portion of the financial market is currently expecting hawkish overtones after Dudley.
Aussie and Kiwi head north ahead of Yellen’s speech
The Australian as well as New Zealand dollars went up against their American counterpart, as sentiment on the US dollar turned more fragile ahead of American data due later in the day and a Yellen’s speech on Friday.
The currency pair AUD/USD soared 0.21%, trading at 0.7629.
Market participants are waiting to see if Yellen will restate her hawkish view of the American economy expressed by Fed representatives the previous week or echo the minutes of the Fed’s July gathering, which pointed out that Fed officials are divided on when to lift rates.
Traders were also looking ahead to reports on American jobless claims as well as durables goods orders, due later Thursday, for further clues on the strength of the US economy.
The currency pair NZD/USD descended 0.08%, being worth 0.7319, thus re-approaching a recent 15-month peak of 0.7347.
Meanwhile, the commodity currencies gained some support as crude prices bounced back on Thursday, notwithstanding a sudden soar in American stockpiles last week.
On Wednesday, Australian stocks tacked on after the close, as revenues in the Metals & Mining, IT and Resources sectors brought shares up.
The S&P/ASX 200 managed to gain 0.11% at the close in Australia.
The best performers of the trading session on the S&P/ASX 200 included Ardent Leisure Group with its 14% soar at 2.850, Isentia Group Ltd with its 13.99% growth at 3.545 as well as Sirtex Medical Ltd, rising 12.05% at 34.825.
As for the worst performers of that session, we should point out to Blackmores Ltd with its 18.59% descend to 130.950, Mcmillan Shakespeare Ltd with its 10.61% drop to 13.095 and A2 Milk Company Ltd, tumbling 6.39% to 2.050.
Dropping shares managed to outclass advancing ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 562 to 541, while 314 stood still.
The S&P/ASX 200 VIX, measuring the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, sank 3.71% to 12.339.
The currency pair AUD/USD descended 0.16%, being worth 0.7603, while AUD/JPY dropped 0.03%, trading at 76.32.
Taiwan shares head south at close of trade
Taiwan stocks edged down after the close, because losses in the Gas and Electricity, Financials and Oil sectors brought stocks down.
The Taiwan Weighted dipped 0.15% at the close in Taiwan.
As for the best performers of the trading session, we should enumerate Transasia with its 10% rise at 6.71, Pan Intl Ind with its 9.98% ascend at 23.70 as well as Cybertan, which surged 9.95%, trading at 21.00.
The worst performers are represented by Favite with its 6.78% slump to 15.80, Tong-Hwa Synth with its 5.87% decline to 4.33 as well as Jye Tai Precision Industrial Co Ltd, heading south 4.78%, trading at 13.95.
Sagging shares outperformed soaring ones on the Taiwan Stock Exchange by 404 to 333, while 115 remained intact.
Stocks in Pan Intl Ind edged up to 52-week peaks, earning 9.98%, being worth 23.70.
October delivery crude futures tumbled 1.60%, trading at $47.33 per barrel. Meanwhile, October delivery Brent crude futures sank 1.34%, being worth $49.29 per barrel.
On Wednesday, the evergreen buck grew, moving off its recent minimums against the major Japanese currency overnight, as financial markets looked to a meeting of global major bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for hints whether the Fed is braced for raising interest rates again or not.
Tuesday’s data revealed that in July, new American single-family home sales suddenly soared, reaching their highest value in almost nine years as demand surged broadly, brightening the housing market outlook.
At the end of the week, Fed Chair Janet Yellen is expected to address the key bankers gathered for the annual mountain retreat, which starts on Thursday.
Recent hawkish comments from Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer as well as New York Fed President William Dudley have spurred some investors' hopes that Janet Yellen might take a less cautious tone.
The US dollar soared 0.1% to 100.30 yen having nudged below 100 yen overnight to 99.925.
The dollar index, traditionally estimating the evergreen buck’s strength against a basket of six key counterparts, grew 0.1%, being worth 94.593.
Aussie and Kiwi tumble moderately in Asia
The New Zealand and Australian dollars descended modestly after recent data revealed that missed hopes as well as cautious trade ruled ahead remarks due at the end of the trading week from the Fed Chair.
In Australia, construction work done edged down 3.7% during the second quarter, quite below the tumble of 1.9% observed quarter-on-quarter. Earlier, in New Zealand, July’s trade balance came in at a deficit of about NZ$433 million month-on-month as well as at a deficit of NZ$3.03 billion year-on-year. Both those outcomes have turned to be wider than expected.
The currency pair NZD/USD was worth 0.7285, down 0.05%. Meanwhile, AUD/USD sagged 0.01%, trading at 0.7614. USD/JPY traded at 100.26, showing a 0.02% rise.
Overnight, the greenback remained broadly lower against the other key currencies, as market participants remained cautious ahead of Friday’s statement by Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
In June, new home sales were revised down to 582,000 units a 1.7% revenue, from the previous reading of +3.5% to 592,000 units.
On Tuesday, the evergreen buck tumbled against the Japanese yen, while the New Zealand dollar went up right after the country’s major financial institution informed that they don’t see the necessity for a rapid succession of interest rate drops.
The evergreen buck lost 0.1% to 100.220 against the safe-haven Japanese yen amid a pullback in Tokyo shares.
The greenback had soared to nearly 101.00 yen overnight, reacting to hawkish-sounding comments by Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
The euro grew 0.1% to $1.1332, thus stepping off an overnight minimum of $1.1271.
The Australian dollar ascended 0.1%, being worth $0.7638 , moving up on the coattails of the New Zealand dollar.
The New Zealand dollar appeared to be a relatively big mover in a subdued Asian trading session.
The New Zealand dollar earned 0.6%, being worth $0.7308 after Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Graeme Wheeler informed that the current interest rate track suggests further monetary easing, although he didn’t see the need for an instant series of rate drops.
Kiwi rises further along with yen and Aussie
The New Zealand dollar kept rising in Asia, notwithstanding remarks from RBNZ Governor Graeme Wheeler on the scope for further interest rate drops, while the Australian dollar and the Japanese yen ascended too, following a light regional data day.
The currency pair NZD/USD was worth 0.7298, rising 0.36%. Meanwhile, AUD/USD traded at 0.7635, demonstrating a 0.20% soar, while USD/JPY was worth 100.13, tumbling 0.20%.
The US dollar index, gauging the US dollar’s value against a trade-weighted basket of six key counterparts, traded 94.46, descending 0.06%.
Traders are currently focused on a highly anticipated speech by Fed Chair Janet Yellen at the annual gathering of top major bankers as well as economists in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this week for new signals on the timing of the approaching US rate lift.
Overnight, the evergreen buck pared profits against the other key currencies in subdued trade on Monday, though hopes for a probable American rate lift before the end of the year still ensure support to the US dollar.