Asia Morning Call-Global Markets



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June 5 (Reuters) -

Stock Markets


Net Chng

Stock Markets


Net Chng

S&P/ASX 200**

7,145.10

34.30

NZX 50**

11,916.13

-35.23

DJIA

33,762.76

701.19

NIKKEI**

31,524.22

376.21

Nasdaq

13,240.766

139.78

FTSE**

7,607.28

117.01

S&P 500

4,282.37

61.35

Hang Seng**

18,949.94

733.03

SPI 200 Fut

7,229.00

76.00

STI**

3,166.3

7.50

SSEC**

3,230.07

25.43

KOSPI**

2,601.36

32.19

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Bonds



Bonds



JP 10 YR Bond

0.412

-0.004

KR 10 YR Bond

3.492

-0.003

AU 10 YR Bond

3.73

0.08

US 10 YR Bond

3.6984

0

NZ 10 YR Bond

4.354

0

US 30 YR Bond

3.8895

0

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Currencies






SGD US$

0

0

KRW US$

1,305.92

-6.72

AUD US$

0

0

NZD US$

0.6061

-0.0009

EUR US$

1.0705

-0.0001

Yen US$

139.94

1.15

THB US$

34.77

0.19

PHP US$

56.013

-0.047

IDR US$

14,985

5

INR US$

82.4

0.002

MYR US$

4.575

-0.036

TWD US$

30.655

-0.085

CNY US$

7.096

-0.003

HKD US$

7.8375

0.0079

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Commodities






Spot Gold

1,947.6322

-30.2429

Silver (Lon)

23.587

-0.318

U.S. Gold Fut

1,969.6

-25.9

Brent Crude

0

0

Iron Ore

CNY745.50

2.5

TRJCRB Index

-

-

TOCOM Rubber

JPY209.9

0.1

LME Copper

8,242

0.5

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** indicates closing price

All prices as of 17:56 GMT


EQUITIES


GLOBAL - Global shares and U.S. Treasury yields rose on Friday following stronger-than-expected job growth data that raised investor expectations that the Federal Reserve could retain its interest rate hikes.

The MSCI world equity index .MIWD00000PUS, which tracks shares in almost 50 countries, was up 1.52%.

For a full report, click on MKTS/GLOB


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NEW YORK - U.S. stocks closed higher on Friday after a labor market report showing moderating wage growth in May indicated the Federal Reserve may skip a rate hike in two weeks, while investors welcomed a Washington deal that avoided a catastrophic debt default.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI rose 701.19 points, or 2.12%, to 33,762.76, the S&P 500 .SPX gained 61.35 points, or 1.45%, to 4,282.37 and the Nasdaq Composite .IXIC added 139.78 points, or 1.07%, to 13,240.77.

For a full report, click on .N


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LONDON - European shares clocked their best one-day gain on Friday as investors took comfort from easing euro zone inflation, the passing of the U.S. debt bill, and growing evidence supporting the case for the Federal Reserve to pause interest rate hikes this month.

The pan-European STOXX 600 index .STOXX closed 1.5% higher.

For a full report, click on .EU


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TOKYO - Japan's benchmark Nikkei average .N225 closed up 1.21% at 31,524.22 on Friday, while the broader Topix .TOPX gained 1.57% at 2,183.02.

For a full report, click on .T


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SHANGHAI - Hong Kong stocks are set to end a gloomy week with the best day in three months, joining an Asian rally fuelled by the U.S. Senate passing legislation that would avert a debt default, and increasing hope the Federal Reserve might pause raising interest rates. China stocks also climb.

China's blue-chip CSI300 Index .CSI300 rose 1.4%, while the Shanghai Composite Index .SSEC rose 0.8%.

For a full report, click on .SS


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AUSTRALIA - Australian shares rose on Friday as gold and mining stocks climbed ahead of the central bank's rate decision, while signs of slowing wage pressure in the U.S. boosted hopes that the Federal Reserve will pause its monetary tightening cycle.

The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO rose 0.5% to 7,145.1 points at the close of trade. The benchmark was 0.1% down for the week.

For a full report, click on .AX


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SEOUL - South Korean shares gained more than 1% on Friday and notched a third straight weekly rise, joining a global rally on eased U.S. default risks.

The benchmark KOSPI .KS11 ended up 32.19 points, or 1.25%, at 2,601.36, marking its highest closing level since June 9, 2022. It ended the week 1.66% higher.

For a full report, click on KRW/


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FOREIGN EXCHANGE


NEW YORK - The U.S. dollar rose on Friday after May's non-farm payrolls report showed employment numbers surged, while traders weighed the merits of the U.S. Federal Reserve possibly skipping a rate hike in June.

The dollar index =USD, which measures the U.S. currency against six others, was last up 0.435% at 103.980, on track for its largest daily percentage gain since mid-May. On the week, however, the dollar slipped 0.2%, its biggest weekly decline since early May.

For a full report, click on USD/


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SHANGHAI - China's yuan rebounded from six-month lows hit on Friday, as some investors rushed to lock in dollar profits ahead of U.S. jobs data, which could affect the Federal Reserve's policy outlook.

In the spot market, the onshore yuan CNY=CFXS bounced from a low of 7.1249 per dollar hit on Thursday, the weakest since Nov. 30, 2022.

For a full report, click on CNY/


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AUSTRALIA - Australian shares rose on Friday as gold and mining stocks climbed ahead of the central bank's rate decision, while signs of slowing wage pressure in the U.S. boosted hopes that the Federal Reserve will pause its monetary tightening cycle.

The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO rose 0.5% to 7,145.1 points at the close of trade. The benchmark was 0.1% down for the week.

For a full report, click on AUD/


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SEOUL - The Korean won jumped, while the benchmark bond yield fell.

The won ended onshore trade 1.22% higher KRW=KFTC at 1,305.7 per dollar, after touching its strongest level since April 14. It marked the biggest daily gain since March 23.

For a full report, click on KRW/


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TREASURIES


NEW YORK - Yields on U.S. Treasuries rose Friday after Labor Department data showed employment increased more than expected in May, which could pressure the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates later this month.

The yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes US10YT=RR was up 8.3 basis points to 3.691%.

For a full report, click on US/


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LONDON - Euro zone government bond yields rose slightly on Friday after data showed the U.S. labour market remains strong, but they were on track for a sharp weekly fall.

Germany's 10-year bond yield DE10YT=RR, the benchmark for the euro zone, was last up 5 bps at 2.303%, having traded at 2.28% before the data. Yields move inversely to prices.

For a full report, click on GVD/EUR


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TOKYO - Japan's 10-year government bond yield touched a one-week low on Friday, tracking U.S. Treasury yield declines overnight, while firm outcome of an auction in the previous session underpinned sentiment.

The 10-year JGB yield JP10YTN=JBTC fell to as low as 0.400% in early trade, its lowest level since May 24, before trading at 0.410% as of 0245 GMT, up 0.5 basis point from the previous session.

For a full report, click on JP/


COMMODITIES


GOLD


Gold slipped on Friday as hotter-than-expected U.S. jobs data lifted Treasury yields, but was on track for a weekly gain as a higher unemployment reading kept alive hopes that the Federal Reserve would pause interest rate hikes.

Spot gold XAU= was down 1.4% at $1,951.13 per ounce by 14:17 EDT (1817 GMT), after hitting a seven-session high earlier. U.S. gold futures GCcv1 settled 1.3% higher at $1,969.6.

For a full report, click on GOL/


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IRON ORE


Dalian iron ore rose on Friday to a six-week peak, while the steelmaking ingredient's benchmark price in Singapore hit the highest in two weeks, extending a rally spurred by surprise growth in China's factory activity in May.

The most-traded September iron ore on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange DCIOcv1 ended daytime trading 2.9% higher at 745.50 yuan ($107.85) a tonne, off a session high of 755.50 yuan, its strongest since April 21.

For a full report, click on IRONORE/


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BASE METALS


Copper was heading for its first weekly gain in seven weeks on Friday but the day's upward progress stalled after stronger than expected U.S. employment data boosted the dollar.

Benchmark copper CMCU3 on the London Metal Exchange (LME) was roughly unchanged at $8,242 a tonne at 1630 GMT having earlier touched $8,381, its highest since May 11.

For a full report, click on MET/L


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OIL


Oil prices rose over 2% on Friday after the U.S. Congress passed a debt ceiling deal that averted a government default in the world's biggest oil consumer and jobs data fueled hopes for a possible pause in Federal Reserve interest rate hikes.

Brent LCOc1 futures rose $1.85, or 2.5%, to settle at $76.13 a barrel, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude CLc1 rose $1.64, or 2.3%, to settle at $71.74.

For a full report, click on O/R


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PALM OIL


Malaysian palm oil futures closed higher on Friday for a second straight session, as stronger rival oils and concerns about the impact of El Nino stoked buying interest after heavy losses earlier in the week.

The benchmark palm oil contract FCPOc3 for August delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange gained 111 ringgit, or 3.39%, to 3,390 ringgit ($764.37) a tonne, its highest daily gain in nearly a month.

For a full report, click on POI/


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RUBBER


Japan's rubber futures rose on Friday as upbeat factory data in top buyer China bolstered risk appetite while positive sentiment over U.S. monetary policy and the debt ceiling bill also lent support, resulting in a small weekly gain.

The Osaka Exchange (OSE) rubber contract for November delivery JRUc6, 0#2JRU: finished 1.6 yen, or 0.8%, higher at 209.8 yen ($1.6) per kg. For the week, the contract gained 0.1%, recovering from the previous week's loss.

For a full report, click on RUB/T


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