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BoJ Leaves Main Policy Settings Unchanged, N. Ireland Matters Eyed

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Below gives key levels of markets in the second half of the Asia-Pac session:

  • Nikkei 225 down 0.05 points at 29017.91
  • ASX 200 up 25.464 points at 7384.5
  • Shanghai Comp. down 17.312 points at 3508.292
  • JGB 10-Yr future up 6 ticks at 151.59, yield down 0.8bp at 0.055%
  • Aussie 10-Yr future up 4.0 ticks at 98.385, yield down 4.2bp at 1.602%
  • U.S. 10-Yr future -0-02+ at 131-30, yield up 1.02bp at 1.514%
  • WTI crude down $0.52 at $70.52, Gold up $11.55 at $1785.03
  • USD/JPY up 2 pips at Y110.23
  • ECB'S WEIDMAN: ECB SHOULD NOT EXTEND STIMULUS FLEXIBILITY TO OLDER TOOLS (RTRS)
  • ECB'S VISCO: AVOIDING CLIFF EFFECTS CALLS FOR CAREFUL ACTION (BBG)
  • YUAN VOLATILITY MAY INCREASE IN H221 (SEC. TIMES)
  • U.S. CHIPMAKERS OFFERED 25% INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT IN NEW SENATE BILL (BBG)
  • BOJ FLAGS NEW STEPS ON CLIMATE, WHILE STANDING PAT ON RATES (BBG)
  • DUP LEADER EDWIN POOTS QUITS IN FRESH TURMOIL FOR N IRELAND (FT)
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