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Asia Morning Call - Global Markets



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Nov 28 (Reuters) -

Stock Markets


Net Chng

Stock Markets


Net Chng

S&P/ASX 200**

6,987.60

-53.20

NZX 50**

11,155.79

-55.43

DJIA

35,323.36

-66.79

NIKKEI**

33,447.67

-177.86

Nasdaq

14,303.947

53.09

FTSE**

7,460.7

-27.50

S&P 500

4,559.32

-0.02

Hang Seng**

17,525.06

-34.36

SPI 200 Fut

7,021.00

13.00

STI**

3,086.42

-8.39

SSEC**

3,031.70

-9.27

KOSPI**

2,495.66

-0.97

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Bonds



Bonds



JP 10 YR Bond

0.776

0.001

KR 10 YR Bond

3.768

-0.011

AU 10 YR Bond

4.481

-0.085

US 10 YR Bond

4.4021

-0.082

NZ 10 YR Bond

5.09

0

US 30 YR Bond

4.5445

-0.073

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Currencies






SGD US$

1.3378

-0.0012

KRW US$

1,299.67

-3.3

AUD US$

0.6598

0.0013

NZD US$

0.6088

0.0017

EUR US$

1.0936

-0.0003

Yen US$

148.84

-0.6

THB US$

35.07

-0.22

PHP US$

55.425

0.005

IDR US$

15,490

-70

INR US$

83.34

0

MYR US$

4.679

-0.004

TWD US$

31.57

-0.058

CNY US$

7.1528

0.004

HKD US$

7.7919

0.0011

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Commodities






Spot Gold

2,011.2729

9.2886

Silver (Lon)

24.6239

0.3239

U.S. Gold Fut

2,010.30

7.3

Brent Crude

79.93

-0.65

Iron Ore

980.5

-6

TRJCRB Index

-

-

TOCOM Rubber

JPY270.1

0

LME Copper

8,369.50

-61.5

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** indicates closing price

All prices as of 18:23 GMT


EQUITIES


GLOBAL - MSCI's global equity index was down slightly on Monday and U.S. Treasury yields fell while investors digested U.S. housing data and waited for key inflation readings later in the week.

MSCI's gauge of stocks across the globe .MIWD00000PUS shed 0.15% on the day after rising for four straight weeks.


For a full report, click on MKTS/GLOB


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NEW YORK - U.S. stock indexes were mixed on Monday, ahead of a key inflation reading and commentary from Federal Reserve policymakers later in the week, while shares of some retailers edged higher as holiday shopping picked up steam with Cyber Monday deals.

At 11:46 a.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI was down 89.48 points, or 0.25%, at 35,300.67, the S&P 500 .SPX was down 5.27 points, or 0.12%, at 4,554.07, and the Nasdaq Composite .IXIC was up 14.00 points, or 0.10%, at 14,264.85.


For a full report, click on .N


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LONDON - European shares slipped on Monday, hurt by weakness in healthcare stocks, while real estate stocks limited losses as they were supported by sharp gains in UK property portal Rightmove.


The pan-European STOXX 600 index .STOXX eased 0.3%.


For a full report, click on .EU


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TOKYO - Japan's Nikkei share average ended lower on Monday as investors turned cautious ahead of U.S. inflation data, prompting them to sell stocks to lock in profits.


The Nikkei index .N225 fell 0.53% to close at 33,447.67.


For a full report, click on .T


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SHANGHAI - China stocks closed lower on Monday, as data showed profit at China's industrial firms grew at a slower pace in October, while shares on the smaller Beijing Stock Exchange surged amid policy support and speculative bets.


The blue-chip CSI 300 Index .CSI300 lost 0.7%.


For a full report, click on .SS


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AUSTRALIA - Australian shares slid on Monday, as miners weighed on the benchmark, while investors awaited crucial inflation and retail sales data due this week.


The benchmark index S&P/ASX 200 .AXJO closed 0.76% lower at 6,987.60 points.


For a full report, click on .AX


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SEOUL - South Korean shares closed flat on Monday as traders kept to the sidelines ahead of key economic indicators ranging from the country's exports to U.S. inflation data this the week.


The benchmark KOSPI .KS11 closed down 0.97 points, or 0.04%, at 2,495.66.


For a full report, click on KRW/


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FOREIGN EXCHANGE


NEW YORK - The U.S. dollar began the last week of November on the back foot and was on track for its biggest monthly drop in a year as traders eyed fresh economic cues in the week ahead to determine the future path of policy rates.

The dollar index =USD, which measures the currency against six major peers, slipped as much as 0.2% to 103.22 and was headed for a monthly loss of more than 3%, its worst performance in a year.


For a full report, click on USD/


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SHANGHAI - China's yuan slipped against the dollar on Monday after the official midpoint snapped five straight sessions of strengthening, while investors anxiously await manufacturing activity data for more guidance.

In the spot market, the onshore yuan CNY=CFXS opened at 7.1420 per dollar and was changing hands at 7.1525 at midday, 37 pips weaker than the previous late session close.


For a full report, click on CNY/


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AUSTRALIA - The Australian and kiwi dollars held near 3-1/2-month highs on Monday, with further gains largely depending on inflation data at home and abroad this week and a monetary policy meeting in New Zealand.


The Aussie AUD=D3 was off 0.3% at $0.6567, having risen 1.1% last week to as far as $0.6591. However, resistance remains heavy at the 200-day moving average of $0.6584 and only a break above there would accelerate the upward trend.


The kiwi dollar NZD=D3 also eased 0.3% to $0.6065, after a 0.5% gain last week to $0.6096. It also faces resistance at the 200-day moving average at $0.6091.


For a full report, click on AUD/


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SEOUL - South Korean shares closed flat on Monday as traders kept to the sidelines ahead of key economic indicators ranging from the country's exports to U.S. inflation data this the week.

The won ended onshore trade KRW=KFTC at 1,303.8 per dollar, 0.20% higher than its previous close at 1,306.4.


For a full report, click on KRW/


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TREASURIES


NEW YORK - U.S. Treasury yields were lower on Monday, with the benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury yield extending declines after a weaker-than-expected report on the housing market.

The two-year US2YT=RR U.S. Treasury yield, which typically moves in step with interest rate expectations, fell 3 basis points to 4.929%.


For a full report, click on US/


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LONDON - Euro zone government bond yields fell on Monday, with investors awaiting inflation data due later this week that could influence expectations for interest rate cuts in 2024.


Germany's 10-year government bond yield DE10YT=RR dropped 9 basis points (bps) to 2.56%.


For a full report, click on GVD/EUR


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TOKYO - Japanese government bond (JGB) yields rose on Monday, mirroring Treasury yields ahead of another U.S. inflation reading and two auctions for JGBs later in the week.

The 20-year JGB yield JP20YTN=JBTC rose 1.5 basis points (bps) to 1.505%.


For a full report, click on JP/


COMMODITIES


GOLD - Gold hit a six-month high on Monday as a softer dollar and expectations of a pause in the Federal Reserve's monetary tightening helped bullion consolidate above the key $2,000 an ounce level.


Spot gold XAU= was up 0.4% at $2,009.65 per ounce by 1554 GMT, after reaching its highest since May 16.


For a full report, click on GOL/


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IRON ORE - Singapore iron ore futures retreated on Monday as caution mounted after the world's top consumer issued warnings on enhancing supervision on the market, and as investors awaited details from the government on property-related stimulus.

The most-traded January iron ore contract DCIOcv1 on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) ended daytime trading 0.36% higher at 980.5 yuan ($135.97) a ton.


For a full report, click on IRONORE/


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BASE METALS - Copper prices slipped on Monday as worries about demand resurfaced after weak data from China, though a softer dollar provided some support.


Benchmark copper CMCU3 on the London Metal Exchange (LME) traded 0.7% lower at $8,369.50 a metric ton by 1700 GMT, having hit a two-month high of $8,486 last week.


For a full report, click on MET/L


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OIL - Oil prices fell on Monday, with the Brent benchmark hovering around $80 a barrel as investors awaited this week's OPEC+ meeting and expected curbs on supplies into 2024.


Brent crude futures LCOc1 were down 37 cents, or 0.4%, at $80.21 a barrel by 11:33 a.m. ET (1633 GMT).


For a full report, click on O/R


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PALM OIL - Malaysian palm oil futures posted their first weekly drop in three as the contract fell for a second session on Friday, weighed down by weakness in Dalian vegetable oils and a better-than-expected output estimate.


The benchmark palm oil contract FCPOc3 for February delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange lost 61 ringgit, or 1.54%, to 3,890 ringgit ($831.55) a metric ton at closing.


For a full report, click on POI/


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RUBBER - Japanese rubber futures climbed on Monday, as lower domestic inventories raised concerns of supply tightness, while China's efforts to boost its economy and property sector led to demand optimism for the world's top consumer.


The Osaka Exchange (OSE) rubber contract for May delivery JRUc6, 0#2JRU: finished 4.1 yen higher at 270.1 yen ($1.8) per kg.


For a full report, click on RUB/T


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(Bengaluru Bureau; +91 80 6749 1130)

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