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Asia Morning Call-Global Markets



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June 24 (Reuters) -

Stock Markets


Net Chng

Stock Markets


Net Chng

S&P/ASX 200**

7,796.00

26.60

NZX 50**

11,682.39

-89.42

DJIA**

34,533.45

36.94

NIKKEI**

26,888.57

−461.73

Nasdaq**

17,689.361

-32.23

FTSE**

8,237.72

-34.74

S&P 500**

5,464.62

−8.55

Hang Seng**

18,028.52

-306.80

SPI 200 Fut

7,765.00

-16.00

STI**

3,306.02

6.02

SSEC**

2,998.14

-7.30

KOSPI**

2,784.26

-23.37

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Bonds



Bonds



JP 10 YR Bond

0.974

-0.006

KR 10 YR Bond

3.3

0.045

AU 10 YR Bond

4.213

-0.016

US 10 YR Bond

4.2574

0

NZ 10 YR Bond

4.648

-0.012

US 30 YR Bond

4.3962

0

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Currencies






SGD US$

0

0

KRW US$

1,387.01

-4.92

AUD US$

0

0

NZD US$

0.6118

0

EUR US$

1.0691

-0.0009

Yen US$

159.79

0.89

THB US$

36.71

-0.02

PHP US$

58.86

0

IDR US$

16,445

20

INR US$

83.558

-0.062

MYR US$

4.71

0.002

TWD US$

32.369

0.041

CNY US$

7.2609

0.0005

HKD US$

7.8057

0.0014

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Commodities






Spot Gold

2,320.345

-39.2827

Silver (Lon)

29.52

-1.19

U.S. Gold Fut

2,331.20

-37.8

Brent Crude

85.24

-0.47

Iron Ore

CNY 811.5

-13

TRJCRB Index

-

-

TOCOM Rubber

JPY327.3

-0.2

LME Copper

10,282.50

-52.5

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** indicates closing price

All prices as of 18:32 GMT


EQUITIES


GLOBAL - A gauge of global stocks declined for a second straight session on Friday, weighed down by weakness in technology shares, while the dollar hit its highest level since early May as a gauge of U.S. business activity edged up to a more than two-year high.

MSCI's gauge of stocks across the globe .MIWD00000PUS fell 2.98 points, or 0.37%, to 801.37

For a full report, click on MKTS/GLOB


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NEW YORK - The S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed marginally lower on Friday, weighed down by a decline in Nvidia shares for a second straight day, which dragged down the technology sector.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI rose 15.57 points, or 0.04%, to 39,150.33, the S&P 500 .SPX lost 8.55 points, or 0.16%, to 5,464.62 and the Nasdaq Composite .IXIC lost 32.23 points, or 0.18%, to 17,689.36.

For a full report, click on .N


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LONDON - European shares closed lower on Friday, pressured by falls in technology and bank stocks, while Danish brewer Carlsberg Group was the day's worst performer after British soft drinks maker Britvic rejected its revised takeover proposal.

The Europe-wide STOXX 600 .STOXX ended 0.7% lower

For a full report, click on .EU


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TOKYO - Japan's Nikkei share average closed slightly lower on Friday as losses in technology shares overshadowed gains in value stocks amid a weak yen and higher yields.

The Nikkei .N225 slipped 0.09% to 38,596.47 after three straight sessions of gains.

For a full report, click on .T


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SHANGHAI - China stocks closed down on Friday, tracking regional peers lower amid strength in the U.S. dollar and a pullback in technology shares, with strong foreign outflows weighing on the market.

At the close, the Shanghai Composite index .SSEC was down 0.24% at 2,998.14.

For a full report, click on .SS


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AUSTRALIA - Australian shares closed higher on Friday on broad-based gains, capped by investors worrying over slim chances of interest rates easing soon after the country's central bank delivered hawkish comments on inflation earlier in the week.

The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO rose 0.3% to 7,796 points at the close of trade, logging weekly gains of 0.9%.

For a full report, click on .AX


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SEOUL - South Korean shares fell on Friday but logged a third weekly gain, as traders betting on the potential for Federal Reserve rate cuts led to a rally on Wall Street.

The benchmark KOSPI .KS11 closed down 23.37 points, or 0.83%, at 2,784.26.

For a full report, click on KRW/


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FOREIGN EXCHANGE


NEW YORK - The dollar edged higher against other major currencies on Friday, hitting a fresh eight-week high against the yen as data showed a strong U.S. economy and as the Federal Reserve's patient approach to interest-rate cuts stood in contrast to more dovish peers.

The dollar last traded 0.4% stronger at 159.59 yen, after hitting a session high of 159.62

For a full report, click on USD/


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SHANGHAI - China's yuan dipped to a fresh seven-month low against the dollar on Friday, hurt by portfolio outflows from mainland financial markets and speculation the central bank is gradually allowing the currency to weaken.

By 0245 GMT, the yuan CNY=CFXS was just off a November low of 7.2613, having fallen from 7.2575 earlier in the day.

For a full report, click on CNY/


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AUSTRALIA - The Australian dollar was heading for hefty weekly gains on Friday as a diverging outlook for interest rates lifted it to a near 17-year high against the yen and a one-year top on the euro.

That outlook kept the Aussie firm at $0.6659 AUD=D3, having risen 0.7% for the week

For a full report, click on AUD/


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SEOUL - The won weakened on Friday, while the benchmark bond yield fell.

The won ended onshore trade KRW=KFTC at 1,388.3 per dollar, 0.27% lower than its previous close at 1,384.6.

For a full report, click on KRW/


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TREASURIES


NEW YORK - U.S. Treasury yields wavered in quiet trade on Friday, slipping early in tandem with European yields then ticking up to just above flat after a surprisingly strong business activity report indicated that the Federal Reserve has another reason to hold off easing interest rates.

The yield on benchmark U.S. 10-year notes US10YT=RR was last up 0.3 basis point from late Thursday at 4.257%.

For a full report, click on US/


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LONDON - German government bond yields fell on Friday after economic survey data for the euro zone came in weaker than expected, supporting expectations for policy rate cuts.

German 10-year bond yields DE10YT=RR, the benchmark for the euro area, fell 3 basis points to 2.399%.

For a full report, click on GVD/EUR


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TOKYO - Japanese government bond (JGB) yields moved higher on Friday, as a weaker yen put concerns about the Bank of Japan's (BOJ) monetary policy outlook front and centre.

The 10-year JGB yield JP10YTN=JBTC rose to more than a one-week high of 0.98%.

For a full report, click on JP/


COMMODITIES


GOLD - Gold prices dropped more than 1% on Friday, weighed down by a stronger dollar and higher bond yields after data showed strong U.S. business activity, while auto-catalyst metal palladium jumped to a one-month high.

Spot gold XAU= was down 1.7% at $2,319.95 per ounce as of 01:47 p.m. ET (1747 GMT).

For a full report, click on GOL/


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IRON ORE - Iron ore futures prices slipped on Friday and were on track for a fourth straight weekly loss, amid talk in the market of a cap on crude steel output in top consumer China.

The most-traded September iron ore contract on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) DCIOcv1 ended daytime trade down 1.7% at 811.5 yuan ($111.76) a metric ton

For a full report, click on IRONORE/


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BASE METALS - - Copper prices slipped on Friday on concern over surplus supplies and sluggish demand in leading metals consumer China, where the currency is also weakening.

Three-month copper CMCU3 on the London Metal Exchange fell 1.5% to $9,709 a metric ton by 1600 GMT

For a full report, click on MET/L


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OIL - Crude prices eased about 1% on Friday on worries that global oil demand growth could be hit by a strong U.S. dollar and negative economic news from some parts of the world.

Brent LCOc1 futures fell 47 cents, or 0.6%, to settle at $85.24 a barrel

For a full report, click on O/R


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PALM OIL - Malaysian palm oil futures posted a third consecutive weekly drop as the market retreated on Friday after two sessions of gains, tracking weakness in rival vegetable oils.

The benchmark palm oil contract FCPOc3 for September delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange dropped 60 ringgit, or 1.52%, to 3,899 ringgit ($827.81) a metric ton at closing

For a full report, click on POI/


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RUBBER - Japanese rubber futures fell on Friday, and posted a second consecutive weekly loss, as the contract tracked waning physical prices in top producer Thailand.

The November Osaka Exchange (OSE) rubber contract JRUc6, 0#2JRU: closed down 3 yen, or 0.9%, at 327.5 yen ($2.06) per kg to hit a four-session low.

For a full report, click on RUB/T


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(Bengaluru Bureau; +91 80 6749 1130)

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