Asia Morning Call-Global Markets



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Feb 6 (Reuters) -

Stock Markets


Net Chng

Stock Markets


Net Chng

S&P/ASX 200**

7,558.1

46.5

NZX 50**

12,197.15

44.99

DJIA**

33,926.01

-128.69

NIKKEI**

27,509.46

107.41

Nasdaq**

12,006.96

-194.27

FTSE**

7,901.80

81.64

S&P 500**

4,136.48

-43.28

Hang Seng**

21,660.47

−297.89

SPI 200 Fut

7,444.00

25.00

STI**

3,404.23

-18.72

SSEC**

3,263.41

−22.26

KOSPI**

325.86

1.93

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Bonds


Net Chng

Bonds


Net Chng

JP 10 YR Bond

0.24

0.007

KR 10 YR Bond

3.132

-0.002

AU 10 YR Bond

2.978

0.059

US 10 YR Bond

2.6616

0.053

NZ 10 YR Bond

3.46

0

US 30 YR Bond

2.701

0.069

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Currencies


Net Chng



Net Chng

SGD US$

1.3611

0.0012

KRW US$

1,222.26

4.78

AUD US$

0.7479

-0.003

NZD US$

0.6893

-0.0029

EUR US$

1.0881

-0.0012

Yen US$

123.98

0.19

THB US$

33.47

-0.11

PHP US$

51.39

0.12

IDR US$

14,358

3

INR US$

75.9015

-0.0271

MYR US$

4.2165

0.0035

TWD US$

28.828

0.058

CNY US$

6.3607

0.0019

HKD US$

7.8375

-0.001

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Commodities


Net Chng



Net Chng

Spot Gold

1,863.66

-52.13

Silver (Lon)

24.59

0.159

U.S. Gold Fut

1,876.6

-54.2

Brent Crude

79.94

-2.23

Iron Ore

CNY853.50

12

TRJCRB Index

-

-

TOCOM Rubber

259

-1.6

LME Copper

10,282.50

-52.5

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** indicates closing price

All prices as of {TIME:h24:mm gmt} GMT


EQUITIES


GLOBAL - A gauge of global stocks dropped more than 1%, while U.S. Treasury yields and the dollar rose on Friday after a shockingly strong U.S. jobs report renewed concerns the Federal Reserve may remain aggressive in its path of interest rate hikes as it tries to tame inflation.

MSCI's gauge of stocks across the globe .MIWD00000PUS shed 1.08%

For a full report, click on MKTS/GLOB


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NEW YORK - Major U.S. stock indexes ended lower on Friday after surprisingly strong jobs data sparked concerns about aggressive Federal Reserve action, while investors digested a mixed bag of megacap company earnings reports.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI fell 127.93 points, or 0.38%, to 33,926.01, the S&P 500 .SPX lost 43.28 points, or 1.04%, to 4,136.48 and the Nasdaq Composite .IXIC dropped 193.86 points, or 1.59%, to 12,006.96.

For a full report, click on .N


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LONDON - European shares rose on Friday, boosted by gains in healthcare and energy firms, as optimism over the outlook for the region's economy overshadowed concerns about U.S. interest rates staying elevated for longer than expected.

The pan-European STOXX 600 .STOXX reversed early losses and ended up 0.3% at its highest since April last year. The index notched gains for the second straight week.

For a full report, click on .EU


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TOKYO - Japan's Nikkei share average ended at a seven-week high on Friday, underpinned by the Nasdaq's strong performance overnight, with Sony Group and others leading the charge after reporting strong growth outlook.

The Nikkei .N225 rose 0.39% to close at 27,509.46, its highest close since Dec 16. The index rose 0.46% for the week.

For a full report, click on .T


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SHANGHAI - China stocks ended lower on Friday, with foreign funds halting their buying spree after nearly one month of net inflows, as investors examined China's economic recovery after an expectation-led shares rally.

China's blue-chip CSI 300 Index .CSI300 closed down 1%, while the Shanghai Composite Index .SSEC lost 0.7%.

For a full report, click on .SS


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AUSTRALIA - Australian shares are expected to open higher on Monday as investors await the central bank's monetary policy decision coming in this week for clues on an end to the tightening cycle, with a slew of corporate earnings also on the radar.

The local share price index futures YAPcm1 rose 0.2%, a 45.1-point discount to the underlying S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO close. The benchmark ended 0.6% higher on Friday.

For a full report, click on .AX


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SEOUL - South Korean shares rose on Friday, lifted by online platform operators, but ended the week lower for the first time this year.

The benchmark KOSPI .KS11 rose 11.52 points, or 0.47%, to 2,480.40 by the close of the session.

For a full report, click on KRW/


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FOREIGN EXCHANGE


NEW YORK - The dollar jumped on Friday after data showed that U.S. employers added significantly more jobs in January than economists expected, potentially giving the Federal Reserve more leeway to keep hiking interest rates.

The dollar was last up 1.12% at 102.92 on the day against a basket of currencies =USD, the highest since Jan. 12 and it is on track for its best day since Sept. 23.

For a full report, click on USD/


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CHINA - China's yuan eased on Friday from a three-week high, as the U.S. dollar recovered ground against other major currencies on prospects for monetary loosening beyond the United States after dovish signals from central bankers in Europe and the UK.

The spot yuan CNY=CFXS opened at 6.7400 per dollar and was changing hands at 6.7440 at midday, 83 pips weaker than the previous late session close and 0.09% away from the midpoint.

For a full report, click on CNY/


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AUSTRALIA - The Australian and New Zealand dollars took a step back on Friday after a steep fall in European bond yields ended up benefiting the U.S. dollar overall, while also extending a bull run in local debt markets.

The Aussie retreated to $0.7067 AUD=D3, having hit an eight-month top of $0.7158 on Thursday.

For a full report, click on AUD/


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SEOUL - The Korean won weakened on Friday but posted its fourth weekly gain, while the benchmark bond yield hit a six-month low.

The won ended onshore trade KRW=KFTC at 1,229.4 per dollar, 0.74% lower than its previous close.

For a full report, click on KRW/


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TREASURIES


NEW YORK - U.S. Treasury yields jumped higher on Friday after data that showed job growth surged and services activity rebounded in January, further complicating the Federal Reserve's attempts to slow the economy to bring inflation down.

The yield on 10-year Treasury notes US10YT=RR was up 12.8 basis points to 3.527%, erasing price gains for the week.

For a full report, click on US/


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LONDON - Euro zone bond yields extended their rise on Friday after U.S. data showed job growth accelerated sharply in January, weakening expectations for a quick end to the monetary tightening cycle.

Germany's 10-year yield DE10YT=RR, the benchmark for the currency bloc, was at 2.19%, up 13 basis points (bps), after Thursday's 22.6 bps fall, the most significant daily decline since 2011, according to Refinitiv data.

For a full report, click on GVD/EUR


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TOKYO - Japanese government bond yields fell on Friday, supported by futures gain to its one week high, while the yield on the 30-year notes rose ahead of an auction.

The 10-year JGB yield JP10YTN=JBTC fell 1.5 basis points (bps) to 0.480%, after rising to 0.495%, a step below the Bank of Japan's policy ceiling of 0.5%, in the previous session.

For a full report, click on JP/


COMMODITIES


GOLD - Gold prices dropped over 2% on Friday to a more than three-week low after stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs data raised fears that the Federal Reserve could keep hiking interest rates.

Spot gold XAU= dipped 2.6% to $1,863.66 per ounce by 1:40 p.m. ET (1840 GMT). U.S. gold futures GCv1 settled down 2.8% to $1,876.6.

For a full report, click on GOL/


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IRON ORE - Dalian iron ore futures dipped on Friday, deepening weekly losses as traders reassessed demand prospects in top steel producer China and exercised caution after market regulators repeatedly warned against excessive price speculation.

The steelmaking ingredient's most-active May contract on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange DCIOcv1 ended daytime trade 0.4% lower at 853.50 yuan ($126.52) a tonne, after earlier hitting a fresh two-week low of 834 yuan.

For a full report, click on IRONORE/


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BASE METALS - Zinc prices slid to a three-week low on Friday after a surge in inventories and a spike in the dollar as metals demand in China remained lacklustre despite the world's top metals consumer having scrapped COVID-19 controls.

Three-month zinc CMZN3 on the London Metal Exchange (LME) dropped 4.8% to $3,219 a tonne by 1700 GMT, the weakest since Jan. 12.

For a full report, click on MET/L


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OIL - Oil prices fell to over three-week lows on Friday in a volatile session, after strong U.S. jobs data raised concerns about higher interest rates and as investors sought more clarity on the imminent EU embargo on Russian refined products.

Brent crude futures LCOc1 fell $2.23, or 2.7%, to $79.94 a barrel, after rising to a session high of $84.20. It hit a session low of $79.72, its lowest since Jan. 11.

For a full report, click on O/R


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PALM OIL - Malaysian palm oil futures edged higher on Friday on a weaker ringgit and profit-taking ahead a long weekend, but they still posted weekly losses.

The benchmark palm oil contract FCPOc3 for April delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange rose 97 ringgit, or 2.59%, to 3,848 ringgit ($904.14) a tonne by the end of trading hours on Friday.

For a full report, click on POI/


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RUBBER - Japanese rubber futures rose slightly on Friday, but posted their first weekly drop in five as traders reassessed demand prospects in top buyer China following the week-long Lunar New Year break.

Osaka Exchange's (OSE) rubber contract for July delivery JRUc6, 0#2JRU: finished 0.7 yen, or 0.3%, higher at 226.3 yen ($1.76) per kg.

For a full report, click on RUB/T


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(Bengaluru Bureau; +91 80 6749 1130)

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