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Asia’s Opening

The Australian Dollar was dump after first quarter CPI came in weaker than expected has spooked.

Follow-up China preliminary HSBC manufacturing PMI rose to 48.3 in April from 48.0, also failed to impress though coming in within expectations, with the manufacturing sector remaining in contraction and downside economic risks evident by ongoing subpar levels in new orders and employment. Stocks are currently mixed with Nikkei up but Hang Seng down marginally. However for risk assets, risks may skew to the downside going forward, with Ukraine tensions humming in the back ground and the lack of major stimulus in China risking to being exacerbated by USD/CNY, which has leapt above 6.24 resistance.

Safety bids in US Treasuries are already showing signs of support in Asia with 10-year yield easing to 2.706% and gold being plucked off lows.

  • Asia’s Opening

  • Asia’s Opening

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Institutional investment magazine Alpha Southeast Asia...

Institutional investment magazine Alpha Southeast Asia has named the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) as the “Best Stock Exchange in Southeast Asia”. The Philippine bourse was conferred with the title at the 7th Annual Alpha Southeast Asia Best Solution and Deal Awards for 2013. The Philippine stock market surged in the first half, breaching the 7,000 mark for the first time amid the country’s strong economic growth. The magazine also cited the growth in trading activity and significant capital raising activity, as well as various corporate governance initiatives. Previous winners of the “Best Stock Exchange in Southeast Asia” category were the Stock Exchange of Thailand (2012) and the Indonesia Stock Exchange (2009 to 2011).

  • While Singapore's economy expanded 4.4% in the final quarter of 2013...

  • According to Eurekahedge, assets in the Japan-focused funds increased...

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  • Hedge funds rose 1.03% last month...

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