solid gold berjangka ~ Dolar Pertahankan Gain Terkait Spekulasi Kenaikan Suku Bunga AS

solid gold berjangka ~ Dolar mempertahankan gain terhadap yen dari Jumat lalu karena spekulasi Federal Reserve akan menaikkan suku bunga tahun ini tetap utuh setelah laju pertumbuhan payrolls AS melambat.

Greenback berada di dekat satu bulan tertinggi terhadap mata uang Jepang yang dicapai pada hari Jumat setelah pemerintah AS melaporkan pertumbuhan pekerjaan dan data upah bulan Agustus yang lebih lemah dari perkiraan. Rata-rata perekrutan pekerja bulanan sejak bulan Juni adalah sekitar 240.000, hampir menyamai sebelum kenaikan tarif rata-rata pada bulan Desember, yang menunjukkan sedikit perubahan dalam tren pasar tenaga kerja, menurut Naoto Ono, analis dari Ueda Harlow Ltd. di Tokyo.

Mata uang AS sedikit berubah di level 103,96 yen pada pukul 08:53 pagi di Tokyo dari 103,92 di New York pada Jumat lalu ketika mencapai 104,32, yang merupakan tertinggi sejak Juli 29. Indeks Bloomberg Dollar Spot sedikit berubah setelah naik 1,5 persen selama dua minggu terakhir.

Nonfarm employment AS meningkat sebesar 151.000 pada bulan lalu, dibandingkan dengan perkiraan rata-rata dari 180.000 dalam survei Bloomberg. Penghasilan rata-rata per jam naik 0,1 persen dari bulan sebelumnya, meleset dari proyeksi sebesar 0,2 persen. Tingkat pengangguran 4,9 persen untuk bulan ketiga, sementara perkiraan para ekonom adalah 4,8 persen.(solid gold berjangka)

Sumber: Bloomberg

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The dollar held a gain versus the yen from Friday as speculation the Federal Reserve will raise interest-rates this year remained intact after the pace of U.S. payrolls growth slowed.

The greenback was near a one-month high against the Japanese currency touched on Friday after the U.S. government reported weaker-than-forecast August jobs growth and wages data. Average monthly hiring from June was about 240,000, nearly matching the average prior to the rate increase in December, suggesting little change in the labor market trend, Naoto Ono, an analyst in Tokyo at Ueda Harlow Ltd., which provides margin-trading services, wrote in a note to clients.

The U.S. currency was little changed at 103.96 yen as of 8:53 a.m. in Tokyo from 103.92 in New York Friday when it reached 104.32, its highest since July 29. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index, which tracks the currency against 10 major peers, was little changed after gaining 1.5 percent over the past two weeks.

U.S. nonfarm employment climbed by 151,000 last month, compared with a median forecast of 180,000 in a Bloomberg survey. Average hourly earnings rose 0.1 percent from a month earlier, missing a projection of 0.2 percent. The unemployment rate was 4.9 percent for a third month, while economists had predicted 4.8 percent.

Source: Bloomberg

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