Solid Gold Berjangka ~ Saham Asia Turun Ditengah Spekukasi Kenaikan Suku Bunga AS

Solid Gold Berjangka ~ Saham Asia jatuh diikuti minyak mentah berjangka karena investor mengkaji prospek untuk suku bunga yang lebih tinggi di AS, sementara saham di Jepang naik pada spekulasi untuk berlanjutnya stimulus.

Indeks MSCI Asia Pacific turun 0,1% menjadi 139 pada 09:07 pagi di Tokyo. Jepang Topix naik 0,4% karena yen melemah setelah Gubernur Bank of Japan Haruhiko Kuroda mengatakan ada “cukup kesempatan” untuk pelonggaran lebih pada bulan September. Wakil Ketua Federal Reserve Stanley Fischer mengisyaratkan bahwa kenaikan suku bunga 2016 masih dalam kajian, bergema komentar hawkish dari Presiden Fed New York William Dudley pekan lalu, menjelang pidato Janet Yellen pada akhir pekan ini di Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Indeks Kospi Korea Selatan turun 0,3%. Indeks S&P / ASX 200 Australia turun 0,%1. Indeks S&P / NZX 50 Selandia Baru naik 0,3%. Pasar saham China dan Hong Kong belum memulai tradingnya.

Indeks Berjangka China A50 naik 0,1% dalam perdagangan terbarunya, seperti yang dilakukan kontrak pada indeks Hang Seng. Saham-saham Hong Kong jatuh hari Jumat, memangkas kenaikan mingguan ketiganya. Indeks Shanghai Composite naik 0,1% pada hari Jumat.(Solid Gold Berjangka)

Sumber: Bloomberg

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Asian stocks fell with crude futures as investors weighed the prospects for higher rates in the U.S., while shares in Japan climbed on speculation for further stimulus.

The MSCI Asia Pacific Index fell 0.1 percent to 139 as of 9:07 a.m. in Tokyo. Japan�s Topix rose 0.4 percent as the yen dropped after Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said there is �sufficient chance� for more easing in September. Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer signaled that a 2016 rate hike is still under consideration, echoing hawkish comments from New York Fed President William Dudley last week, ahead of a speech by Janet Yellen later this week at Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
South Korea�s Kospi index slipped 0.3 percent. Australia�s S&P/ASX 200 Index fell 0.1 percent. New Zealand�s S&P/NZX 50 Index climbed 0.3 percent. Markets in China and Hong Kong have yet to start trading.

Futures on the China A50 Index added 0.1 percent in their most recent trading, as did contracts on the Hang Seng Index. Hong Kong stocks fell Friday, paring their third weekly advance. The Shanghai Composite Index gained 0.1 percent on Friday.

Source: Bloomberg

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