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

  • Nikkei 225 up 142.66 points at 26570.31
  • ASX 200 up 19.087 points at 7094.2
  • Shanghai Comp. down 15.806 points at 3068.478
  • JGB 10-Yr future up 1 tick at 149.53, yield down 0.1bp at 0.245%
  • Aussie 10-Yr future up 3.0 ticks at 96.595, yield down 2.8bp at 3.374%
  • U.S. 10-Yr future +0-07+ at 119-13, yield down 1.63bp at 2.902%
  • WTI crude down $2.22 at $108.28, Gold down $3.47 at $1808.22
  • USD/JPY down 24 pips at Y128.98
  • CHINESE ECONOMIC ACTIVITY DATA FOR APRIL MISSES ALREADY SOFT EXPECTATIONS
  • GRADUAL RE-OPENING OF SHANGHAI GETS UNDERWAY
  • CHINA FURTHER EASES MORTGAGE LOAN RATE GUIDANCE TO SPUR DEMAND (RTRS)
  • ECB'S DE COS SAYS RATES TO RISE 'VERY SOON' (RTRS)
  • BORIS JOHNSON SEES ROOM FOR A DEAL ON NORTHERN IRELAND POST-BREXIT TRADE (RTRS)
  • SWEDEN & FINLAND SET TO LODGE NATO MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS
  • WHEAT SOARS IN RISK TO FOOD INFLATION AS INDIA RESTRICTS EXPORTS (BBG)
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Below gives key levels of markets in the second half of the Asia-Pac session:

  • Nikkei 225 up 142.66 points at 26570.31
  • ASX 200 up 19.087 points at 7094.2
  • Shanghai Comp. down 15.806 points at 3068.478
  • JGB 10-Yr future up 1 tick at 149.53, yield down 0.1bp at 0.245%
  • Aussie 10-Yr future up 3.0 ticks at 96.595, yield down 2.8bp at 3.374%
  • U.S. 10-Yr future +0-07+ at 119-13, yield down 1.63bp at 2.902%
  • WTI crude down $2.22 at $108.28, Gold down $3.47 at $1808.22
  • USD/JPY down 24 pips at Y128.98
  • CHINESE ECONOMIC ACTIVITY DATA FOR APRIL MISSES ALREADY SOFT EXPECTATIONS
  • GRADUAL RE-OPENING OF SHANGHAI GETS UNDERWAY
  • CHINA FURTHER EASES MORTGAGE LOAN RATE GUIDANCE TO SPUR DEMAND (RTRS)
  • ECB'S DE COS SAYS RATES TO RISE 'VERY SOON' (RTRS)
  • BORIS JOHNSON SEES ROOM FOR A DEAL ON NORTHERN IRELAND POST-BREXIT TRADE (RTRS)
  • SWEDEN & FINLAND SET TO LODGE NATO MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS
  • WHEAT SOARS IN RISK TO FOOD INFLATION AS INDIA RESTRICTS EXPORTS (BBG)