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jepang 2Pt Solid Gold Berjangka ~ Sebagian besar saham Asia menguat, karena pelemahan yen mendorong ekuitas Jepang menuju bull market setelah Ketua Federal Reserve Janet Yellen mengisyaratkan bank sentral dekat dengan menaikkan suku bunga acuan.

Sekitar tiga saham menguat untuk setiap dua saham yang turun pada Indeks MSCI Asia Pacific dalam mata uang dolar, yang sedikit berubah di level 134,80 pada pukul 09:08 pagi di Tokyo. Bursa saham Tokyo telah menunjukkan pemulihan, yang terbaik di antara Indeks saham Asia setelah pemilihan AS karena yen jatuh ke level terendah sejak bulan Juni. Nikkei 225 Stock Average naik lebih dari 20 persen dari terendahnya di bulan Juni, yang akan sesuai dengan definisi khas dari bull market jika level tersebut masih bertahan pada penutupan hari Jumat.

Dalam pernyataan publik pertamanya sejak pemilu AS, Yellen mengatakan kepada anggota parlemen bahwa The Fed dekat dengan upaya meningkatkan biaya pinjaman karena ekonomi terus mendapatkan traksi. Komentar tersebut mengalahkan Treasuries, dengan catatan 10-tahun imbal hasil naik delapan basis poin. saham-saham perbankan telah reli sejak kemenangan presiden Donald Trump. Spekulasi pemerintahannya akan meningkatkan stimulus fiskal terus mengangkat industri merasakan manfaat dari pertumbuhan ekonomi.

Indeks Topix Jepang naik 0,8 persen karena yen mempertahankan kerugian setelah melemah 1 persen pada hari Kamis. Saham Tokyo sedang menuju bull market setelah mata uang yang lemah mendukung para eksportir dan bank-bank melonjak di tengah rebound global dalam biaya pinjaman. Perdana Menteri Jepang Shinzo Abe menuju ke pertemuan pertamanya dengan Donald Trump di New York pada hari Kamis, karena ia berusaha untuk membangun hubungan pribadi yang akan mencegah presiden AS terpilih dari mengejar kebijakan perdagangan dan keamanan yang ia sampaikan selama kampanye pemilihannya.(Pt Solid Gold Berjangka)

Sumber: Bloomberg

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Most Asian stocks rose, as a weaker yen boosted Japanese equities toward a bull market after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen signaled the central bank is close to raising benchmark interest rates.

About three stocks advanced for every two that slid on the dollar-denominated MSCI Asia Pacific Index, which was little changed at 134.80 as of 9:08 a.m. in Tokyo. Tokyo stocks have been staging a recovery, faring the best among Asian gauges following the U.S. election as the yen tumbled to its lowest since June. The Nikkei 225 Stock Average is up more than 20 percent from a June low, which would fit the typical definition of a bull market if the level holds at Friday�s close.

Elsewhere, Asian equity markets have been whipsawed since Republican Donald Trump�s shock victory on Nov. 8. Emerging-market assets have been hit by expectations for faster U.S. interest-rate increases amid speculation Trump�s spending plans will boost inflation.

In her first public statement since the U.S. election, Yellen told lawmakers that the Fed is close to boosting borrowing costs as the economy continues to gain traction. The comments torpedoed Treasuries, with yields on 10-year notes rising eight basis points. Bank stocks have rallied since Donald Trump�s presidential victory. Speculation his administration will boost fiscal stimulus continues to lift industries that are perceived to benefit from economic growth.

Japan�s Topix index added 0.8 percent as the yen held losses after weakening 1 percent Thursday. Shares in Tokyo were headed toward a bull market as the weaker currency buoyed exporters and banks surged amid a global rebound in borrowing costs. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe headed into his first meeting with Donald Trump in New York on Thursday, as he seeks to build a personal relationship that will deter the U.S. president-elect from pursuing the trade and security policies he advocated during his election campaign.

Source: Bloomberg

 

 

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