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pt solid gold berjangka ~ Bursa saham Asia melemah untuk hari kelima dan ringgit Malaysia merosot ke level terendah sejak bulan Juni karena prospek bank sentral global beralih menjadi kurang akomodatif membingungkan investor.

MSCI Asia Pacific berjangka tergelincir ke lima pekan terendah karena penurunan saham di Jepang dan Selandia Baru. Saham berjangka dibayangi oleh kerugian di China, Hong Kong dan Singapura setelah ekuitas AS mencatatkan penutupan terlemah mereka dalam dua bulan. Dolar mempertahankan keuntungan menyusul kenaikan tertajam dalam dua minggu, sementara minyak memperoleh kembali sebagian kerugian di sesi terakhir untuk diperdagangkan mendekati $ 45 per barrel. Obligasi pemerintah Australia dan Selandia Baru turun, mengikuti anjloknya Treasuries AS.

Indeks MSCI Asia Pacific turun 0,6 persen pada pukul 09:17 pagi waktu Tokyo setelah Indeks Topix Jepang turun 0,5 persen, sedangkan Indeks S&P/ASX 200 Australia sedikit berubah. Indeks S&P/NZX 50 Selandia Baru turun untuk sesi kelima.

Kontrak pada Indeks Hang Seng di Hong Kong turun 0,7 persen Indeks FTSE China A50 turun 0,2 persen.(pt solid gold berjangka)

Sumber: Bloomberg

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Asian stocks retreated for a fifth day and Malaysia�s ringgit sank to its lowest since June as the prospect of global central banks turning less accommodative unnerves investors.

The MSCI Asia Pacific Futures slid to a five-week low as shares declined in Japan and New Zealand. Futures foreshadowed losses in China, Hong Kong and Singapore after U.S. equities posted their weakest close in two months. The dollar held gains following its steepest advance in two weeks, while oil recouped some of the last session�s loss to trade near $45 a barrel. Australian and New Zealand sovereign bonds declined, tracking a slump in U.S. Treasuries.

Volatility has come roaring back in markets following an unprecedented stretch of calm. Equities slid with bonds and precious metals Tuesday as concern central bankers are reconsidering their approach to monetary stimulus spurs investors to boost cash holdings, according to Bank of America Corp. Traders are looking for secure positions with Chinese markets closed for holidays Thursday and Friday and investors counting down to meetings of the Bank of Japan and the Federal Reserve next week.

While markets in South Korea are closed for a holiday Wednesday, Japan is due to report on industrial production and India updates on wholesale prices. Thailand is projected by economists to keep benchmark interest rates on hold in a review.

The MSCI Asia Pacific Index fell 0.6 percent as of 9:17 a.m. Tokyo time as Japan�s Topix index declined 0.5 percent, while Australia�s S&P/ASX 200 Index was little changed. New Zealand�s S&P/NZX 50 Index dropped for a fifth straight session.

Futures on the Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong declined 0.7 percent and those on the FTSE China A50 Index dropped 0.2 percent.

Source: Bloomberg

 

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