Yen naik seiring China batalkan pembicaraan perdagangan dengan AS – Solid Gold Berjangka

 

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Solid Gold Berjangka Semarang ~ Safe haven yen menguat pada hari Senin dalam perdagangan ringan menyusul hari libur di beberapa pasar Asia seiring China membatalkan pembicaraan tarif yang akan datang dengan Amerika Serikat, yang mana meningkatkan ketegangan di antara mereka.

Sebagian besar aksi dalam mata uang terbatas seiring pasar keuangan di Jepang, Cina dan Korea Selatan ditutup untuk hari libur publik.

Investor benar-benar fokus pada perang perdagangan Sino-AS dengan China menambahkan $ 60 miliar produk AS ke daftar tarif impornya, balasan terhadap bea masuk impor senilai $ 200 miliar yang mulai berlaku pada hari Senin.

China juga membatalkan pembicaraan perdagangan tingkat menengah dengan Amerika Serikat, serta kunjungan yang diusulkan ke Washington oleh wakil perdana menteri Liu He yang awalnya dijadwalkan dilangsungkan minggu ini, Wall Street Journal melaporkan.

Yen Jepang, yang melihat arus masuk dana selama masa krisis, naik ke level 112,5 per dolar sementara dolar Australia yang sensitif terhadap perdagangan turun dari posisi tertinggi 3-1 / 2 minggu ke level $ 0,7274.

Pound jatuh 1,4 persen pada hari Jumat, persentase kerugian satu hari terbesar sejak Juni 2017. Itu terakhir diperdagangkan di level $ 1,3076 dari level hari Jumat $ 1,3053, yang merupakan level terendah sejak pertengahan September.

Euro melemah dari level puncak tiga bulan pada hari Senin, diperdagangan terakhir di level $ 1,1747.

Indeks dolar, yang mengukur greenback terhadap sekeranjang mata uang utama, terakhir berada di level 94,22 untuk melayang di dekat titik terlemah sejak awal Juli. (Sdm)

Sumber: Reuters

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The safe haven yen gained on Monday in holiday-thinned trading as China canceled upcoming tariff talks with the United States, ratcheting up.

Most of the action was in currencies as financial markets in Japan, China and South Korea were closed for a holiday.

Investors were squarely focused on the Sino-U.S. trade war as China added $60 billion of U.S. products to its import tariff list, retaliating against duties on $200 billion of Chinese imports that come into effect on Monday.

China also canceled mid-level trade talks with the United States, as well as a proposed visit to Washington by vice premier Liu He originally scheduled for this week, the Wall Street Journal reported.

The Japanese yen, which sees fund inflows during times of crisis, ticked up to 112.5 per dollar while the trade-sensitive Australian dollar slipped from a 3-1/2 week top to $0.7274.

The pound fell as much as 1.4 percent on Friday, its biggest one-day percentage loss since June 2017. It was last at $1.3076 from Friday’s $1.3053, the lowest since mid-September.

The euro eased from a three-month peak on Monday to last trade at $1.1747.

The dollar’s index, which measures the greenback against a basket of major currencies, was last at 94.22 to hover near its weakest point since early July.

Source: Reuters

 

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