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  • Global Stocks Slide as Trade Tiff Threatens Growth

    Global stocks headed lower Monday, as investors continued to parse the impact of a trade spat between the U.S. and China. The Stoxx Europe 600 fell 0.7% in early European trade and futures pointed to an 0.6% opening loss for the S&P 500.. In Asia, Chinese stocks edged down, with Hong Kong's Hang Seng and the Shanghai Composite shedding 1.1% and 1.3%, respectively.

  • China Shanghai Rubber Futures Closing Prices, Volume

    Monday, June 25 2018 Natural Rubber Turnover: 498,906 lots Open High Low Settle Prev. Change Vol Open Settle Interest Jul-18 10,330 10,345 10,145 10,235 10,195 40 26 134 Aug-18 10,380 10,430 10,300 10,355 10,245 110 34 156 Sep-18 10,460 10,595 10,380 10,480 10,400 80 414,638 451,420 Oct-18 10,605 10,665 10,525 10,595 10,465 130 30 134 Nov-18 10,660 10,745 10,550 10,635 10,555 80 2,792 15,300 Jan-19 12,190 12,335 12,130 12,220 12,120 100 75,244 127,736 Mar-19 12,430 12,430...

  • CURRENCIES: Turkish Lira Jumps After Erdogan Wins In Elections

    OPEC deal also a positive for lira; dollar roughly flat. The Turkish lira jumped as currency markets opened Monday, in the wake of a victory for incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sunday's presidential and parliamentary elections. The lira rose by as much 3% against the U.S. dollar and euro as European trading hours began, to its strongest level in about two weeks.

  • Turkish Lira Rises Sharply on Erdogan Win -- 2nd Update

    The Turkish lira jumped as currency markets opened Monday, in the wake of a victory for incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sunday's presidential and parliamentary elections. The lira rose by as much 3% against the U.S. dollar and euro as European trading hours began, rising to its strongest level in about two weeks. With all but 2% of Turkish ballots counted, Mr.

  • Singapore's May CPI +0.4% on Year

    SINGAPORE--Singapore's consumer prices rose at a faster than expected pace in May, on higher fuel and services costs amid a shallower decline in accommodation costs. The consumer price index rose 0.4% year-on-year in May, compared with the median estimate for a 0.2% rise predicted in a poll of seven economists by The Wall Street Journal, and a 0.1% rise in April. Housing and utilities costs, which make up 26.3% of the index, fell 2.0%, slower than in recent months due to a lower decline...

  • Indonesia May Trade Deficit $1.52 Billion; Market Expected $530 Million Deficit

    JAKARTA--Indonesia again booked trade deficit in May, but the shortfall narrowed slightly to $1.52 billion from $1.63 billion in April, the official Central Statistics Agency said Monday. The median forecast from 10 economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal was for a $530 million deficit. The agency added that export value rose 12.5% from a year earlier to $16.12 billion.

  • Turkish Lira Rises Sharply on Erdogan Win -- Update

    The Turkish lira jumped as currency markets opened Monday, in the wake of a victory for incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sunday's presidential and parliamentary elections. The lira was recently 1.1% higher against the U.S. dollar and the euro, after rising by as much as 1.8% in early Asia-Pacific trading hours to its strongest level in about two weeks. With all but 2% of Turkish ballots counted, Mr.

  • ASIA MARKETS: Stocks In China Rise, But Other Asian Markets Mostly Lower

    Uncertainty still weighs; PBoC move boosts sentiment in China. Trading weakened as the morning progressed in Asia, with stock indexes hitting session lows as trade and other uncertainty continue to keep buyers on the sidelines. Many benchmarks were off about 0.5%, with Taiwan's Taiex the worst at 0.8%.

  • Turkish Lira Rises Sharply on Erdogan Win

    The Turkish lira jumped as currency markets opened Monday, in the wake of a victory for incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sunday's presidential and parliamentary elections. The lira rose by about 0.5% against the U.S. dollar and the euro, after rising by as much as 1.8% in early Asia- Pacific trading hours to its strongest level in about two weeks. With all but 2% of Turkish ballots counted, Mr.

  • Global Economy Week Ahead: U.S. GDP, Eurozone Inflation

    In the week ahead, the U.S. Commerce Department is set to release data on durable goods, gross domestic product and personal income. Overseas, Brazil's central bank releases current-account figures, while Europe will report inflation numbers.

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