pt solid gold berjangka ~ Meredanya Kekhawatiran Suku Bunga AS Angkat Bursa Jepang

pt solid gold berjangka ~ Bursa saham Jepang naik untuk pertama kalinya dalam lima hari setelah ekuitas AS mengalami rebound dari aksi jual terburuk sejak bulan Juni di tengah meredanya kekhawatiran atas kenaikan suku bunga dalam waktu dekat oleh Federal Reserve.

Eksportir seperti produsen otomotif berkontribusi untuk keuntungan terbesar pada indeks Topix ke 1,327.99 pada pukul 09:06 pagi di Tokyo, bahkan setelah yen menguat. Nikkei 225 menguat ke 16,750.45. Indeks Volatilitas Nikkei Stock Average turun 5,7 persen setelah naik tajam dalam tiga bulan pada hari Senin karena Topix turun 1,5 persen. Gubernur The Fed, Lael Brainard menyerukan kehati-hatian menjelang pengetatan kebijakan moneter dalam pidatonya pada hari Senin. Sementara itu, Bank of Japan bertemu pekan depan dengan investor berhenti menebak tentang prospek stimulus lebih lanjut setelah komentar dari Gubernur Haruhiko Kuroda pekan lalu.

Kontrak pada Indeks S&P 500 turun 0,1 persen. Indeks ekuitas yang mendasari melonjak 1,5 persen pada hari Senin, dengan kemungkinan kenaikan suku bunga AS merosot ke 22 persen menyusul komentar Brainard.(pt solid gold berjangka)

Sumber: Bloomberg

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Japanese shares rose for the first time in five days after U.S. equities rebounded from the worst selloff since June amid subsiding fears over an imminent interest-rate increase by the Federal Reserve.

Exporters such as automakers contributed the most to gains on the benchmark Topix index to 1,327.99 as of 9:06 a.m. in Tokyo, even after the yen strengthened. Nikkei 225 advance to 16,750.45. The Nikkei Stock Average Volatility Index fell 5.7 percent after jumping the most in three months on Monday as the Topix declined 1.5 percent. Fed Governor Lael Brainard called for prudence ahead of any tightening of monetary policy during a speech on Monday. Meanwhile, the Bank of Japan meets next week with investors left guessing about the prospects for further stimulus after comments from Governor Haruhiko Kuroda last week.

Currency and equity markets have been whipsawed in recent weeks by jawboning from Fed officials as investors seek more clarity on the Fed�s next policy move. Brainard�s comments appeared to counter those of Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren, who said the U.S. economy could overheat should policy makers wait too long to tighten, triggering a global stock rout.

While receding expectations over a near-term rate increase by the U.S. is likely to be supportive of global equity markets, the impact on Japanese equities could be complicated by the yen�s moves, analysts say.

Futures on the S&P 500 Index fell 0.1 percent. The underlying equity gauge jumped 1.5 percent Monday, as odds of a U.S. rate hike slid to 22 percent following Brainard�s comments.

Source: Bloomberg

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