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Hong Kong Stocks end softer
Jun 05,2017

The Hong Kong stock market finished session down on Monday, 5 June 2017, due to profit booking ahead of Chinese economic data for May and the U.S. Federal Reserves rate decision later this month. The Hang Seng Index lost 0.24 per cent to close at 25,862.99. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index also fell, shedding 0.65 per cent to 10,597.05. Turnover decreased to HK$74.7 billion from HK$85.2 billion on Friday.

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Nikkei ends down after hitting near two-year high
Jun 05,2017

The Japan share market finished session marginally lower on Monday, 05 June 2017, as some investors cashed in profits following Fridays run-up, with yens hardening against the dollar weighed on exporters. However, market losses were capped by buying on the back of Wall Streets solid performance at the end of last week. At the close, the 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average shed 6.46 points, or 0.03%, to end the day at 20,170.82. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, meanwhile, dropped 2.23 points, or 0.14%, lower to close at 1,609.97. On Friday, the Nikkei crossed the psychologically important 20,000 level for the first time in a year and a half and marked its strongest close since August 2015.

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China Stocks end lower
Jun 05,2017

The Mainland China equity market closed down on Monday, 05 June 2017, as a cooling pace of initial public offerings failed to offset large losses in financial and healthcare stocks. Also, investors opted to stay sideline ahead of Chinese economic data for May 2017 to assess the health of the worlds second-largest economy. Market reaction was largely muted to Chinas services sector expanding at the fastest pace in four months in May. Main sectors fell across the board, led by financial and healthcare shares. The Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.45% to 3,091.66 while the CSI 300 lost 0.51% to 3,468.75. The Shenzhen Composite Index rose 0.69% to 1,800.93 while the Nasdaq style ChiNext was up 0.88% to 1,761.25.

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Australia Stocks snaps four days winning streak
Jun 05,2017

Australian equity market ended lower on Monday, 05 June 2017, snapping four sessions on winning streak, as investors opting to withdrew profit off the table before the Reserve Bank of Australias monthly policy meeting, which is widely expected to see the benchmark cash rate held at a record low, and two days ahead of economic-growth figures for the first quarter of the year (Australian gross domestic product data due for release on Wednesday). At the close, the benchmark the S&P/ASX 200 ended 33.2 points, or 0.6%, lower at 5454.9. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 596 to 497 and 340 ended unchanged. The S&P/ASX 200 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, was up 4.83% to 12.093.

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Asia Pacific Market: Stocks gain on positive global lead
Jun 02,2017

Asia Pacific share market advanced on Friday, 02 June 2017, on tracking the overnight gains on Wall Street following the release of some upbeat economic data, including a report from payroll processor ADP showing a jump in private sector employment in May. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index gained 1% to 154.57.

On Thursday, U.S. payroll processor ADP said it found in a private survey of companies that 253,000 jobs were added in May. The result was significantly higher than expected and lifted investor sentiment before the U.S. government releases more comprehensive jobs report later on Friday.

Bank of Korea said its updated reading of the South Korean economy showed that Asias fourth-largest economy expanded 1.1% during the January-March period on a quarterly basis, revised up from 0.9% released in April. That was the strongest rate in six quarters and solidified expectation that the central bank would revise up its annual growth outlook next month. Exports and the construction sector led the recovery.

The US Labor Departments monthly jobs report is likely to be in focus later today, as the data could have a significant impact on the outlook for interest rates. Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump announced his widely anticipated decision to withdraw from the landmark Paris climate accord that seeks to reduce carbon emissions and slow the effects of climate change.

Looking ahead, UK construction PMI for May and Eurozone PPI for April are due to be released later in the day. In the New York session, Canada and US trade data for April, US jobs data for May and US Baker Hughes rig count data are slated for release later in the day.

Also later today, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker is expected to speak on the economic outlook and the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphias Economic Growth and Mobility Project before the Pennsylvania Economic Association 2017 Conference, in Reading, Pennsylvania. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan is expected to speak at a Q&A at the City of Addison Economic Development Luncheon, in Addison, Texas.

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Australia Stocks gain for fourth day

Australian equity market ended stronger for fourth straight session on tracking positive lead from Wall Street overnight, reasonable economic data and expectations central banks will remain benign. Most of ASX sectors were stronger, with banks stocks being major gainers on bargain hunting after heavy selling in May, although energy stocks were held back by continued weakness in oil prices in Asian trading and utilities were pulled down by a fall in AGL Energy shares after Macquarie lowered its recommendation to underperform from neutral. At the close, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index inclined 0.87% to 5788.10 and the broader All Ordinaries Index added 0.84% to 5821.10. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 637 to 454 and 345 ended unchanged. The S&P/ASX 200 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, was down 3.67% to 11.473 a new 1-month low.

Financial stocks were up, with top lenders being major gainers on bargain hunting after heavy selling in May. The lenders managed a modest recovery over the week from an average 12% fall in May. Last months decline came amid lackluster earnings and growing worries over the introduction of a new tax on banks liabilities, as well as looming regulatory changes widely expected to result in the need for greater capital buffers. Commonwealth Bank of Australia rose 1%, Westpac Banking added 0.7%, Australia & New Zealand Banking was 1.2% higher and National Australia Bank gained 1.1%.

Materials and resources stocks also ended stronger, helped by a rise in Chinese iron-ore futures. The most-traded iron-ore contract on Chinas Dalian Commodity Exchange was up 1.2%, after shedding about 15% over the past six sessions, an unwelcome development for Australias biggest export. Mining sector bellwethers Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton were up 1.7% and 1% respectively, while worlds fourth-largest iron-ore miner Fortescue Metals Group was 1.2% higher.

Energy stocks were down on tracking continued weakness in oil prices in Asian trading. Among energy stocks, Woodside Petroleum slipped 0.3% and Santos lost 1.5%, but Oil Search was up 0.3%. AGL dropped 3.9%.

Nikkei ends at 22-month high

The Japan share market finished session at 22-months high, as risk sentiments buoyed up by tracking fresh highs for major Wall Street indexes overnight and yens weakening against the dollar. The markets advance was also attributed to stronger economic growth in Japan and in the United States, as well as improved corporate profits. The 225-issue Nikkei jumped 1.60%, or 317.25 points, to close at 20,177.28, the first time it has crossed 20,000 since December 2015 and the highest since August that year. The broader Topix index of all first-section shares gained 1.64%, or 26.06 points, to end at 1,612.20. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Tokyo Stock Exchange by 2153 to 934 and 289 ended unchanged. The Nikkei Volatility, which measures the implied volatility of Nikkei 225 options, was down 1.58% to 13.68 a new 5-year low.

The best performers of the session on the Nikkei 225 were NSK, which rose 7.5% to trade at Y1445 at the close. Meanwhile, Kobe Steel added 6.8% to end at Y1080 and Toho Zinc Co was up 6% to Y444. The worst performers of the session were Nichirei Corp, which fell 2.5% to trade at Y3155 at the close. Nissan Chemical Industries declined 1.8% to Y3865 and Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp was down 1.3% to Y5282.

The Bank of Japan said that the monetary base in Japan climbed 19.4% on year in May, standing at 455.995 trillion yen. That follows the 19.8% jump in April.

China Stocks edge up

The Mainland China equity market closed marginally higher, as liquidity concern crippled trading sentiment. Market gains were, however, capped as Chinese investors were worried about tightening liquidity and uncertainty over economic recovery. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index edged up 0.1% to 3,105.54 and turnover shrank to 15.4 billion yuan

The Peoples Bank of China injected CNY30 billion in seven-day reverse repos and CNY20 billion in 14-day reverse repos via open-market operations on Friday. This resulted in a net injection of CNY30 billion for the day, after the PBOC left the liquidity level unchanged at its OMOs the three previous trading days. A total of CNY20 billion in reverse repos mature on Friday. The central bank injected a net CNY30 billion via OMOs this week. The PBOC drained a net CNY30 billion in liquidity via OMOs last week.

Financial shares dropped. China Life Insurance Group retreated 1.99% and Ping An Insurance (Group) Co sank 2.2%.

Inspur Software surged 5.1% to 21.11 yuan in Shenzhen and East Money Information gained 5.8% to 12.13 yuan.

Hunan Kaimeite Gases surged by the 10% daily limit to 8.86 yuan after the company chairman called on all employees to buy its own stocks, given sound corporate fundamentals and the recent irrational decline on the market.

However, SF Holdings fell in Shenzhen after the courier service firm beceme entangled in a data-sharing dispute with Cainiao, a logistics arm of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group.

Courier service firm SF Holdings, owned by tycoon Wang Wei, lost 1.3% to 53.29 yuan. Alibabas Cainiao said Thursday that it had told merchants to select other couriers after SF Express stopped data-sharing. Meanwhile, SF Holdings said in a statement that Cainiao had ceased sharing data with the company at first. SF expected the spat to have limited impact on its financial performance this year.

Hong Kong Stocks up near two-year high

The Hong Kong stock market finished session at a near two-year high, buoyed by fresh record closing highs of all the three major US benchmarks overnight, with casino operators leading rally after Macaus gaming revenues beat market expectations. The Hang Seng Index gained 0.4%, or 114.83 points, to close at 25,924.05, the highest finish since July 3, 2015. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, which tracks the performance of Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong, also added 0.4%, or 46.55 points, to end at 10,666.43. Turnover increased slightly to HK$85.2 billion from HK$84.6 billion on Thursday. For the week, the Hang Seng Index advanced 1.1%.

Casino operators mostly advanced, after Macau reported a better-than-expected 24% year-on-year increase in gambling revenues for May. Sands China rose 1.3% to HK$35.1 and Galaxy Entertainment added 0.9% to HK$45.35.

Shares of automakers inclined after Chinas Ministry of Transport today published regulation proposal on vehicle-sharing businesses, seeking public opinions on the industry. Geely Automobile (00175) shot up 7% to HK$14.18 becoming the top blue-chip winner. Both Great Wall Motor (02333) and GAC Group (02238) gained 3% to HK$8.55 and HK$12.72.

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing jumped 4.2% to HK$205 after its CEO Charles Li said a consultation on new board will be launched two weeks later. The bourse will publish a consultation in two weeks about launching a new Third Board that could allow more technology firms to list here, HKEXs chief executive Charles Li Xiaojia said on Friday.

Local property counters were higher. CK Property (01113) added 1% to HK$59.65 after S&Ps credit rating upgrade to A. Wharf (00004) put on 2% to HK$68.4.

Sensex, Nifty hit record high

Indian Market registered modest gains in the last trading session of the week. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex rose 135.70 points or 0.44% to settle at 31,273.29. The Nifty 50 index advanced 37.40 points or 0.39% to settle at 9,653.50. Both the Sensex, and the Nifty, hit record high on intraday and closing basis. The market sentiment was boosted by hopes of good southwest monsoon rains. Strong overseas cues also lifted investors spirit.

Stocks of public sector banks advanced. Stocks of private sector banks were mixed. Realty stocks also witnessed a mixed trend.

Housing finance major HDFC advanced after the company said that its wholly owned subsidiary HDFC Investments has subscribed to 15% of the share capital of First Housing Finance (Tanzania) for $1.5 million. Hero MotoCorp nudged higher after reporting a decent growth in its two-wheeler sales in May. Bharti Airtel gained after the company announced that it has received the approval of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), BSE and National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) for the proposed Scheme of merger between Airtel and Telenor (India) Communications.

Among other Asian market- South Koreas Kospi soared 1.2% to finish at 2,371.72, its record high. Stocks in Taiwan, Singapore and other Southeast Asian countries were higher.

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Hong Kong Stocks up near two-year high
Jun 02,2017

The Hong Kong stock market finished session at a near two-year high on Friday, 02 June 2017, buoyed by fresh record closing highs of all the three major US benchmarks overnight, with casino operators leading rally after Macaus gaming revenues beat market expectations. The Hang Seng Index gained 0.4%, or 114.83 points, to close at 25,924.05, the highest finish since July 3, 2015. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, which tracks the performance of Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong, also added 0.4%, or 46.55 points, to end at 10,666.43. Turnover increased slightly to HK$85.2 billion from HK$84.6 billion on Thursday. For the week, the Hang Seng Index advanced 1.1%.

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China Stocks edge up
Jun 02,2017

The Mainland China equity market closed marginally higher on Friday, 02 June 2017, as liquidity concern crippled trading sentiment. Market gains were, however, capped as Chinese investors were worried about tightening liquidity and uncertainty over economic recovery. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index edged up 0.1% to 3,105.54 and turnover shrank to 15.4 billion yuan

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Nikkei ends at 22-month high
Jun 02,2017

The Japan share market finished session at 22-months high on Friday, 02 June 2017, as risk sentiments buoyed up by tracking fresh highs for major Wall Street indexes overnight and yens weakening against the dollar. The markets advance was also attributed to stronger economic growth in Japan and in the United States, as well as improved corporate profits. The 225-issue Nikkei jumped 1.60%, or 317.25 points, to close at 20,177.28, the first time it has crossed 20,000 since December 2015 and the highest since August that year. The broader Topix index of all first-section shares gained 1.64%, or 26.06 points, to end at 1,612.20. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Tokyo Stock Exchange by 2153 to 934 and 289 ended unchanged. The Nikkei Volatility, which measures the implied volatility of Nikkei 225 options, was down 1.58% to 13.68 a new 5-year low.

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Australia Stocks gain for fourth day
Jun 02,2017

Australian equity market ended stronger for fourth straight session on Friday, 02 June 2017, on tracking positive lead from Wall Street overnight, reasonable economic data and expectations central banks will remain benign. Most of ASX sectors were stronger, with banks stocks being major gainers on bargain hunting after heavy selling in May, although energy stocks were held back by continued weakness in oil prices in Asian trading and utilities were pulled down by a fall in AGL Energy shares after Macquarie lowered its recommendation to underperform from neutral. At the close, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index inclined 0.87% to 5788.10 and the broader All Ordinaries Index added 0.84% to 5821.10. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Australia Stock Exchange by 637 to 454 and 345 ended unchanged. The S&P/ASX 200 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of S&P/ASX 200 options, was down 3.67% to 11.473 a new 1-month low.

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Hong Kong Stocks end at 23-month high
Jun 01,2017

The Hong Kong stock market finished session at a 23-month high on Thursday, 01 June 2017, with property shares being major gainers as Chinese money flowed steadily into the citys market. But market gains were capped after a private survey showing Chinas manufacturing activity contracted in May for the first time in 11 months. The Hang Seng index ended up 0.6% at 25,809.22, which marked a 23-month high, while the China Enterprises Index gained 0.2%, to 10,619.88 points. The Hang Seng Index ended up 148 points or 0.6% to 25,809. The H-share index rose 16 points or 0.2% to 10,619. Turnover decreased to HK$84.6 billion from HK$110.5 billion on Wednesday.

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China Stocks fall 0.5%
Jun 01,2017

China stock market closed down on Thursday, 01 June 2017, as sellers overwhelmed buyers after a private business survey showed manufacturing activity unexpectedly contracted in May, fuelling worries that the economy may be cooling more rapidly than expected. The blue-chip CSI300 index finished 0.1 per cent higher at 3,497.74 points, while the Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.5 per cent to 3,102.62 points.

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Australia Stocks gain for third day
Jun 01,2017

Australian equity market ended stronger for third straight session on Thursday, 01 June 2017, as a rise in healthcare and utility stocks outweighed declines in commodity-driven resources and consumer stocks. The S&P/ASX 200 index rose 0.2 per cent to 5,738.10.

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Australia Stocks fall on weaker banks, miners
May 23,2017

Australian equity market closed session down on Tuesday, 23 May 2017, as losses in shares of financials and iron miners were more than offset by gains in healthcare and consumer stocks. The benchmark index ended down 11 points, or 0.2%, at 5760.20.

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China Stocks fall as regulatory concerns linger
May 23,2017

The Mainland China equity market closed down for second straight session on Tuesday, 23 May 2017, due to lingering concerns over policy tightening steps. The Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.4% to 3,061.95 points. The blue-chip CSI300 index rose 0.4%, to 3,424.19 points.

Over the past two months investors have been grappling with a regulatory crackdown on risky lending practices and a shift toward more tighter policy as Beijing stepped up measures to defuse financial risks. An advisor with the Peoples Bank of China (PBOC) said the central bank will continue to implement reasonable adjustments to monetary policy. The China Insurance Regulatory Commission said it will prioritize risk control and further enhance supervision of insurance companies.

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Hong Kong Stocks edge up
May 23,2017

The Hong Kong stock market finished session slight higher on Tuesday, 23 May 2017, buoyed by positive lead from Wall Street overnight and strong money flows from mainland China via two cross-border investment schemes. Data from brokerage Jefferies Hong Kong showed Chinese investors spent net HK$12 billion ($1.54 billion) buying Hong Kong stocks last week via the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect, marking the biggest inflow so far this year, and the 22nd week of net buying. The Hang Seng Index ended up 11 points to 25,403. The H-share index also rose 20 points to 10,395. Turnover increased to HK$84.8 billion from HK$81.85 billion on Monday.

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