net_left Kdata adver left

Take Five: Much to say in Tokyo (and Davos)

Friday, January 13, 2023
Take Five: Much to say in Tokyo (and Davos) © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A man wearing a protective mask walks past the headquarters of Bank of Japan in Tokyo, Japan, May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
let atwWrapper,atwContainerWidth,atwSliderBox,atwTotalWidth; function initATWSlider() { atwWrapper = $('.relatedInstruments'); atwSliderBox = atwWrapper.find('.slider'); atwContainerWidth = atwWrapper.width(); atwTotalWidth = atwSliderBox.width(); if(window.domainId === '2' || window.domainId === '3'){ atwWrapper.find('.sliderRight').addClass('js-slider-prev'); atwWrapper.find('.sliderLeft').addClass('js-slider-next'); } else { atwWrapper.find('.sliderRight').addClass('js-slider-next'); atwWrapper.find('.sliderLeft').addClass('js-slider-prev'); } if(atwSliderBox.find('.instrumentBox').length > 6){ atwWrapper.find('.js-slider-next').fadeIn(600); } } function atwMoveRight() { atwWrapper.find('.js-slider-prev').fadeIn(150); $(".slider > :visible:first").hide(150) $(".slider > :visible:last").next().show(150); if(!$(".slider > :visible:last").next().find('.name')()){ atwWrapper.find('.js-slider-next').fadeOut(150); return; } } function atwMoveLeft() { atwWrapper.find('.js-slider-next').fadeIn(150); $(".slider > :visible:last").hide(150); $(".slider > :visible:first").prev().show(150); if(!$(".slider > :visible:first").prev().find('.name')()){ atwWrapper.find('.js-slider-prev').fadeOut(150); return; } } initATWSlider(); //update star icon on adding/removing instrument to/from specific watchlist atwWrapper.on('click', 'label.addRow', function() { let parent = $(this).parent(); let checkedPortfolio = false; parent.find('input[type=checkbox]').each(function () { if($(this).is(':checked')){ checkedPortfolio = true; } }); let closestStar = $(this).closest('.addToPortWrapper').find('.star'); if(checkedPortfolio){ closestStar.addClass('added'); }else{ closestStar.removeClass('added'); } }); //update star icon on creating new watchlist atwWrapper.find('.js-create-watchlist-portfolio').find('a.js-create').on('click',function () { let parent = $(this).parent(); let watchlistName = parent.find('input[type=text]').val(); if(!watchlistName){ return; } let star = $(this).closest('.addToPortWrapper').find('.star'); star.addClass('added'); }); //update star icon on adding new position atwWrapper.find('.js-create-holdings-portfolio').find('.js-submit').on('click',function () { let addPositionForm = $(this).closest('.addToPortfolioPop').find('.holdingsContent'); let amount = addPositionForm.find('.js-amount').val(); if(amount < 1){ return; } let star = $(this).closest('.addToPortWrapper').find('.star'); star.addClass('added'); }); atwWrapper.find('.instrumentBox').find('.shortInfo').on('click',function () { if(!window.ga){ return; } let pairId = $(this).parent().find('.js-add-to-portfolio').attr('data-pair-id'); let pairType = window.atwPairTypes[pairId]; window.ga('allSitesTracker.send', 'event', 'content', 'symbol link clicked', '', { "dimension147":"symbol_link_clicked", "dimension163":"click", "dimension148":"symbol", "dimension162":"content add to watchlist", "dimension161":"article page", "dimension142":"article", "dimension75":pairType, "dimension138":pairId, "dimension118":"2979760" }); window.open($(this).attr('data-href')); }); window.atwPairTypes = {"166":"indice","266":"Equities","8056":"Equities","8952":"Equities","13063":"Equities"};

LONDON (Reuters) - Japan's central bank looks set to raise its inflation forecasts and debate further policy tweaks, just as business leaders and policymakers descend (in person this time) on the Swiss resort of Davos to put the world to rights.

U.S. earnings and retail sales numbers, a slew of China data and inflation readings elsewhere mean there's plenty to mull over.

Here's a look at the week ahead in markets from Kevin Buckland in Tokyo, Tom Westbrook in Singapore, Ira Iosebashvili in New York and Amanda Cooper and Karin Strohecker in London.

1/ WATCH THE BOJ

The Bank of Japan concludes a two-day meeting on Wednesday and investors bet it will blink, just four weeks after stunning markets by doubling the size of the band it allows 10-year bond yields (JGB) to move around zero.

The benchmark yield soared as high as 0.54% on Friday, punching through the 0.5% ceiling for the first time after butting against it in previous sessions. A media report that officials will examine the bond market distortions from massive BOJ stimulus appears to have been the final straw. The yen hit a fresh seven-month peak.

And the case for ultra-easy policy certainly seems to be weakening. Recent data showed Tokyo inflation at double the central bank's target. And Japanese workers will hope a decision by Uniqlo's parent company to hike wages as high as 40% will set a trend.

GRAPHIC - Rising inflation puts BOJ's yield control to test

https://www.reuters.com/graphics/JAPAN-ECONOMY/BOJ/zdpxdrnrzpx/chart.png

2/ LET IT SNOW

A record number of world leaders, policy makers and top corporate chiefs head to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the Swiss ski resort of Davos Jan 16-20.

The mood is sombre as attendees grapple with the cost of living crisis, the threat of natural disasters and extreme weather events, geo-economic confrontation and failure to mitigate climate change - the top risks over the next two years according to a survey of WEF members.

Also looming is the first anniversary of Russia's war in Ukraine, which has rocked a global economy still reeling from the fallout of COVID-19.

ECB chief Christine Lagarde, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg, Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa are all expected to attend.

GRAPHIC - Environment risks dominate Environment risks dominate

https://www.reuters.com/graphics/GLOBAL-ECONOMY/TRUST/byprlrklqpe/chart.png

3/ HOPE AND FEAR

U.S. retail sales data and more earnings reports are on tap. And investors, who have pushed up the S&P 500 almost 4% so far this month after the index's worst annual decline since 2008 last year, are paying attention.

Retail sales saw their biggest decrease in 11 months for November and a second such drop would provide further evidence that aggressive Federal Reserve interest-rate hikes are now cooling the economy.

Economists expect a 0.5% decline in December's number, due out on Jan. 18, after a 0.6% decrease in November.

Investors are also watching corporate results to see if U.S. companies can beat estimates, which have been heftily reduced since October. Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) report earnings on Tuesday, and Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) and Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), on Thursday.

Graphic - U.S. sales slowdown

https://www.reuters.com/graphics/GLOBAL-MARKETS/egvbymaeapq/chart.png

4/ BOUNCE!

The new lunar year of the rabbit is almost here, with COVID-19 spreading unchecked through China.

Before then comes December's data deluge, with industrial output, retail sales and Q4 economic growth data lining up to be ugly. Economists expect retail sales to have dropped 7.8% for a fourth straight monthly decline and for annual growth to finish up at a meagre 1.8%.

Markets, hoping that China's rapid reopening will take the sting out of global recession risks, may have to be patient.

Just as much focus will be on the two billion journeys expected to carry passengers to their hometowns to celebrate. Mainland markets close for the following week, but holiday anecdotes on willingness to travel, spend and mingle might guide their expectations about how the reopening will unfold.

GRAPHIC - Losing steam

https://www.reuters.com/graphics/GLOBAL-MARKETS/lbpggobxgpq/chart.png

5/ GLOBAL INFLATION

With every new inflation print, investors are more convinced the worst of the global price squeeze is over. That's not least because, come spring and a year on from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the numbers will show a much smaller rise and, in some cases, even a decline.

Headline numbers might be flattered by quite how bad things were last year, but under the surface, core inflation is still climbing. And this number is what keeps central bankers awake at night.

A final read of euro zone inflation for December, as well as readings from Britain, Canada and Japan are due. Core inflation in all four regions is mostly rising and above target. The worst may have passed, but it's likely to mark the end of the beginning, rather than the beginning of the end.

GRAPHIC - Broadening inflation concerns

https://www.reuters.com/graphics/GLOBAL-MARKETS/gkplwxdykvb/chart.png

Leave your comment
HOT AUTO TRADE BOT SOFTWARE adver right
APPROVED BROKERS
net_home_top HOT AUTO TRADE BOT SOFTWARE
04-03-2024 01:54:06 (UTC+7)

EUR/USD

1.0837

+0.0034 (+0.31%)

Summary

↑ Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (0)

Sell (12)

Indicators:

Buy (2)

Sell (6)

EUR/USD

1.0837

+0.0034 (+0.31%)

Summary

↑ Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (0)

Sell (12)

Indicators:

Buy (2)

Sell (6)

GBP/USD

1.2655

+0.0032 (+0.25%)

Summary

Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (4)

Sell (8)

Indicators:

Buy (2)

Sell (5)

USD/JPY

150.10

+0.12 (+0.08%)

Summary

Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (9)

Sell (3)

Indicators:

Buy (5)

Sell (2)

AUD/USD

0.6525

+0.0031 (+0.47%)

Summary

↑ Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (0)

Sell (12)

Indicators:

Buy (0)

Sell (10)

USD/CAD

1.3562

-0.0014 (-0.10%)

Summary

↑ Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (12)

Sell (0)

Indicators:

Buy (8)

Sell (0)

EUR/JPY

162.73

+0.67 (+0.41%)

Summary

↑ Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (12)

Sell (0)

Indicators:

Buy (7)

Sell (1)

EUR/CHF

0.9577

+0.0020 (+0.21%)

Summary

↑ Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (10)

Sell (2)

Indicators:

Buy (6)

Sell (2)

Gold Futures

2,091.60

+36.90 (+1.80%)

Summary

↑ Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (0)

Sell (12)

Indicators:

Buy (0)

Sell (8)

Silver Futures

23.345

+0.460 (+2.01%)

Summary

↑ Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (0)

Sell (12)

Indicators:

Buy (0)

Sell (7)

Copper Futures

3.8585

+0.0115 (+0.30%)

Summary

↑ Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (0)

Sell (12)

Indicators:

Buy (1)

Sell (6)

Crude Oil WTI Futures

79.81

+1.55 (+1.98%)

Summary

Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (6)

Sell (6)

Indicators:

Buy (10)

Sell (0)

Brent Oil Futures

83.46

+1.55 (+1.89%)

Summary

↑ Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (7)

Sell (5)

Indicators:

Buy (7)

Sell (0)

Natural Gas Futures

1.836

-0.024 (-1.29%)

Summary

↑ Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (8)

Sell (4)

Indicators:

Buy (7)

Sell (0)

US Coffee C Futures

184.13

-0.22 (-0.12%)

Summary

Neutral

Moving Avg:

Buy (7)

Sell (5)

Indicators:

Buy (3)

Sell (4)

Euro Stoxx 50

4,894.05

+16.28 (+0.33%)

Summary

Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (8)

Sell (4)

Indicators:

Buy (5)

Sell (2)

S&P 500

5,137.08

+40.81 (+0.80%)

Summary

↑ Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (9)

Sell (3)

Indicators:

Buy (6)

Sell (1)

DAX

17,735.00

-0.07 (0.00%)

Summary

↑ Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (0)

Sell (12)

Indicators:

Buy (0)

Sell (6)

FTSE 100

7,682.50

+52.48 (+0.69%)

Summary

↑ Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (4)

Sell (8)

Indicators:

Buy (0)

Sell (7)

Hang Seng

16,589.44

+78.00 (+0.47%)

Summary

↑ Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (12)

Sell (0)

Indicators:

Buy (7)

Sell (1)

US Small Cap 2000

2,076.39

+21.55 (+1.05%)

Summary

↑ Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (12)

Sell (0)

Indicators:

Buy (9)

Sell (0)

IBEX 35

10,064.70

+63.40 (+0.63%)

Summary

↑ Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (11)

Sell (1)

Indicators:

Buy (7)

Sell (1)

BASF SE NA O.N.

47.985

+0.910 (+1.93%)

Summary

↑ Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (5)

Sell (7)

Indicators:

Buy (0)

Sell (8)

Bayer AG NA

28.33

+0.24 (+0.85%)

Summary

↑ Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (3)

Sell (9)

Indicators:

Buy (1)

Sell (8)

Allianz SE VNA O.N.

251.80

-2.05 (-0.81%)

Summary

Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (6)

Sell (6)

Indicators:

Buy (7)

Sell (2)

Adidas AG

187.00

-0.12 (-0.06%)

Summary

↑ Buy

Moving Avg:

Buy (10)

Sell (2)

Indicators:

Buy (8)

Sell (0)

Deutsche Lufthansa AG

7.191

+0.003 (+0.04%)

Summary

Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (5)

Sell (7)

Indicators:

Buy (2)

Sell (5)

Siemens AG Class N

181.28

-1.66 (-0.91%)

Summary

Sell

Moving Avg:

Buy (3)

Sell (9)

Indicators:

Buy (3)

Sell (4)

Deutsche Bank AG

12.566

+0.204 (+1.65%)

Summary

Neutral

Moving Avg:

Buy (10)

Sell (2)

Indicators:

Buy (0)

Sell (6)

    EUR/USD 1.0837 ↑ Sell  
    GBP/USD 1.2655 Sell  
    USD/JPY 150.10 Buy  
    AUD/USD 0.6525 ↑ Sell  
    USD/CAD 1.3562 ↑ Buy  
    EUR/JPY 162.73 ↑ Buy  
    EUR/CHF 0.9577 ↑ Buy  
    Gold 2,091.60 ↑ Sell  
    Silver 23.345 ↑ Sell  
    Copper 3.8585 ↑ Sell  
    Crude Oil WTI 79.81 Buy  
    Brent Oil 83.46 ↑ Buy  
    Natural Gas 1.836 ↑ Buy  
    US Coffee C 184.13 Neutral  
    Euro Stoxx 50 4,894.05 Buy  
    S&P 500 5,137.08 ↑ Buy  
    DAX 17,735.00 ↑ Sell  
    FTSE 100 7,682.50 ↑ Sell  
    Hang Seng 16,589.44 ↑ Buy  
    Small Cap 2000 2,076.39 ↑ Buy  
    IBEX 35 10,064.70 ↑ Buy  
    BASF 47.985 ↑ Sell  
    Bayer 28.33 ↑ Sell  
    Allianz 251.80 Buy  
    Adidas 187.00 ↑ Buy  
    Lufthansa 7.191 Sell  
    Siemens AG 181.28 Sell  
    Deutsche Bank AG 12.566 Neutral  
Mua/Bán 1 chỉ SJC
# So hôm qua # Chênh TG
SJC Eximbank7,800/ 7,950
(7,800/ 7,950) # 1,808
SJC HCM7,780/ 8,030
(0/ 0) # 1,804
SJC Hanoi7,780/ 8,032
(0/ 0) # 1,806
SJC Danang7,780/ 8,032
(0/ 0) # 1,806
SJC Nhatrang7,780/ 8,032
(0/ 0) # 1,806
SJC Cantho7,780/ 8,032
(0/ 0) # 1,806
Cập nhật 04-03-2024 01:54:09
Xem lịch sử giá vàng SJC: nhấn đây!
ↀ Giá vàng thế giới
$2,082.55 +38.29 1.87%
Live 24 hour Gold Chart
ʘ Giá bán lẻ xăng dầu
Sản phẩm Vùng 1 Vùng 2
RON 95-V24.43024.910
RON 95-III23.92024.390
E5 RON 92-II22.75023.200
DO 0.05S20.77021.180
DO 0,001S-V21.76022.190
Dầu hỏa 2-K20.78021.190
ↂ Giá dầu thô thế giới
WTI $79.34 +1.88 0.02%
Brent $83.20 +1.49 0.02%
$ Tỷ giá Vietcombank
Ngoại tệMua vàoBán ra
USD24.440,0024.810,00
EUR25.964,8627.389,87
GBP30.324,7531.615,27
JPY158,96168,25
KRW15,9719,35
Cập nhật lúc 18:52:54 03/03/2024
Xem bảng tỷ giá hối đoái
adver main right