pt solid gold berjangka ~ Bursa Asia Menguat Terkait Komentar Dovish The Fed

pt solid gold berjangka ~ Bursa saham Asia menguat, mengikuti rebound tajam dalam saham AS sejak Juli lalu, setelah pembuat kebijakan Federal Reserve Lael Brainard melanjutkan nada dovish dalam pendekatannya ke kebijakan moneter AS yang lebih ketat, mendorong keinginan untuk aset berisiko.

Indeks MSCI Asia Pacific naik 0,5 persen menjadi 138,37 pada pukul 09:06 pagi di Tokyo, menutup beberapa kerugian terbesar pada hari Senin sejak Juni. Indeks S&P 500 naik 1,5 persen setelah Brainard mengatakan ia melihat tidak ada alasan untuk terburu-buru dalam menaikkan suku bunga karena sekarang tampaknya ada sedikit kebutuhan untuk bersandar terhadap melebihi inflasi atau pekerjaan. Pandangannya mengikuti pejabat The Fed Eric Rosengren, yang mengatakan pekan lalu bahwa perekonomian bisa terlalu panas jika mereka menunggu terlalu lama untuk menaikkan suku bunga, memacu penurunan global dalam ekuitas.

Komentar Brainard muncul setelah pasar keuangan tersentak dari periode yang relatif tenang terhadap kekhawatiran beberapa pejabat bank sentral global telah mulai mempertanyakan kemampuan kebijakan moneter yang longgar untuk memicu pertumbuhan harga dan mendukung ekspansi ekonomi.

Pasar saham China belum dibuka menjelang data ekonomi dari perekonomian terbesar di kawasan itu. Kontrak pada indeks Hang Seng Hong Kong naik 0,7 persen dalam perdagangan terbaru mereka, sementara kontrak pada Indeks FTSE Cina A50 menambahkan sekitar 1 persen.(pt solid gold berjangka)

Sumber: Bloomberg

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Asian stocks rose, following the steepest rebound in U.S. shares since July, after Federal Reserve policy maker Lael Brainard�s continuing dovish tone in her approach to tighter U.S. monetary policy boosted appetite for risk assets.

The MSCI Asia Pacific Index gained 0.5 percent to 138.37 as of 9:06 a.m. in Tokyo, recouping some of Monday�s biggest losses since June. The S&P 500 Index added 1.5 percent after Brainard said she sees no reason to rush to raise rates because right now there seems little need to lean against an overshoot of inflation or employment. Her views follow the Fed�s Eric Rosengren, who said last week that the economy could overheat if they waited too long to raise interest rates, spurring a global rout in equities.

Japan�s Topix index climbed 0.5 percent even as the yen gained a second day. Australia�s S&P/ASX 200 Index advanced 0.8 percent and New Zealand�s S&P/NZX 50 Index rose 0.5 percent. South Korea�s Kospi index added 0.9 percent.

Brainard�s comments come after financial markets were jolted out of a period of relative calm on concern some central bank officials globally have began questioning the ability of loose monetary policy to ignite price growth and support economic expansion. As the last Fed official to speak before next week�s meeting, she spurred a decrease in the odds of a September rate increase to 22 percent from 32 percent a week ago.

Chinese markets are yet to open ahead of a slew of economic data from the region�s biggest economy. Futures on Hong Kong�s Hang Seng Index rose 0.7 percent in their most recent trading, while contracts on the FTSE China A50 Index added about 1 percent.

Source: Bloomberg

 

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