Solid Gold ~ Saham Asia Diutup Turun ,Saham Cina ditutup datar

Solid Gold ~  Saham Asia di luar Jepang ditutup turun pasca Ketua Federal Reserve Janet Yellen mengatakan, kasus untuk menaikkan suku bunga semakin kuat. Saham Tokyo menguat karena yen melemah dan Gubernur Bank Jepang berjanji untuk menambah stimulusnya jika diperlukan.

Indeks MSCI Asia Pacific kecuali Jepang turun 0,9% pada 16:10 pagi di Hong Kong, setelah penurunan mingguan back-to-back pertama sejak Juni. Ekuitas Indonesia memimpin penurunan, sedangkan indeks Topix Jepang naik tajam dalam tiga pekan. Yellen mengatakan di Jackson Hole pada hari Jumat bahwa kasus untuk pengetatan kebijakan telah menguat. Sementara dia berhenti mengungkapkan waktu spesifik untuk langkah pergerakan suku bunga, Wakil Ketua Stanley Fischer mengatakan kenaikan suku bunga pada bulan September mungkin untuk dilakukan.(Solid Gold)

Sumber: Bloomberg

Saham China ditutup stabil pada hari Senin, dengan keuntungan di saham industri mengimbangi penurunan di sektor perbankan seiring rentetan laporan pendapatan perusahaan sementara ini menunjukkan tanda-tanda tentatif untukpemulihan dalam sektor yang sedang berusaha untuk bangkit seperti batubara dan baja.

Indeks CSI300 blue-chip tidak berubah di level 3,307.78, sementara indeks komposit Shanghai juga datar dan mengakhiri hari di level 3,070.03 poin.

Jumat lalu, lebih dari 2.000 perusahaan China yang terdaftar telah merilis laporan pendapatan sementara mereka, sedangkan sisanya akan mempublikasikan laporan pendapatannya pekan ini.

Kenaikan pada saham industri diimbangi oleh penurunan di sektor perbankan

Pemberi pinjaman kemungkinan akan terkena rencana Beijing � yang akan diluncurkan segera setelah bulan depan � dimana hal itu akan mendorong bank untuk mengkonversi pinjaman menjadi ekuitas di beberapa peminjam milik negara yang sedang berusaha untuk pulih. (Solid Gold)

Sumber: reuters

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Asian stocks outside Japan fell after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the case for raising interest rates is getting stronger. Shares in Tokyo rallied as the yen weakened and the Bank of Japan�s governor vowed to add stimulus if needed.

The MSCI Asia Pacific Excluding Japan Index dropped 0.9 percent as of 4:10 p.m. in Hong Kong, after its first back-to-back weekly decline since June. Indonesian equities led losses, while Japan�s Topix index rose the most in three weeks. Yellen said in Jackson Hole on Friday that the case for tightening policy had strengthened. While she stopped short of revealing the specific timing of a rate move, Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said a rate increase in September is possible.

Source: Bloomberg

China stocks closed steady on Monday, with gains in industrial shares offsetting falls in the banking sector as a slew of interim corporate results showed tentative signs of bottoming-out in struggling sectors such as coal and steel.

The blue-chip CSI300 index was unchanged at 3,307.78, while the Shanghai Composite Index was also flat, at 3,070.03 points.

As of last Friday, over 2,000 China-listed companies had released interim results, while the remainder will publish earnings this week.

For investors grappling with an economy showing signs of stress in many sectors, there were clear earnings improvement in the much-maligned bloated sectors, including coal, steel, and construction materials.

But the rise in industrial stocks was offset by falls in the banking sector

Lenders will likely be hit by Beijing’s plan – to be rolled out as soon as next month – that will urge banks to convert loans into equities in some struggling state-owned borrowers.

Source: reuters

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