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Chinese PMIs Disappoint, Beijing Tightens Restrictions Further

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

  • Nikkei 225 up 37.28 points at 26885.02
  • ASX 200 down 92.815 points at 7342.2
  • Shanghai Comp. is closed
  • JGB 10-Yr future down 33 ticks at 149.29, yield down 0.1bp at 0.229%
  • Aussie 10-Yr future down 13.5 ticks at 96.700, yield up 13.2bp at 3.257%
  • U.S. 10-Yr future down 0-12+ at 118-24+, yield up 0.61bp at 2.9397%
  • WTI crude down $1.06 at $103.63, Gold down $13.35 at $1883.63
  • USD/JPY up 65 pips at Y130.36
  • ECB RATE HIKE POSSIBLE BUT NOT LIKELY IN JULY, GUINDOS SAYS (BBG)
  • ECB’S HOLZMANN SAYS TWO RATE HIKES MAY BE NEEDED THIS YEAR (BBG)
  • HUNGARY WOULD VETO EU SANCTIONS ON RUSSIAN ENERGY, MINISTER SAYS (BBG)
  • CHINA MEETS BANKS TO DISCUSS PROTECTING ASSETS FROM U.S. SANCTIONS (FT)
  • COVID RESTRICTIONS TIGHTENED IN BEIJING, WHILE CASE SITUATION IN SHANGHAI IMPROVES
  • CHINA PMIS DISAPPOINT
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Below gives key levels of markets in the second half of the Asia-Pac session:

  • Nikkei 225 up 37.28 points at 26885.02
  • ASX 200 down 92.815 points at 7342.2
  • Shanghai Comp. is closed
  • JGB 10-Yr future down 33 ticks at 149.29, yield down 0.1bp at 0.229%
  • Aussie 10-Yr future down 13.5 ticks at 96.700, yield up 13.2bp at 3.257%
  • U.S. 10-Yr future down 0-12+ at 118-24+, yield up 0.61bp at 2.9397%
  • WTI crude down $1.06 at $103.63, Gold down $13.35 at $1883.63
  • USD/JPY up 65 pips at Y130.36
  • ECB RATE HIKE POSSIBLE BUT NOT LIKELY IN JULY, GUINDOS SAYS (BBG)
  • ECB’S HOLZMANN SAYS TWO RATE HIKES MAY BE NEEDED THIS YEAR (BBG)
  • HUNGARY WOULD VETO EU SANCTIONS ON RUSSIAN ENERGY, MINISTER SAYS (BBG)
  • CHINA MEETS BANKS TO DISCUSS PROTECTING ASSETS FROM U.S. SANCTIONS (FT)
  • COVID RESTRICTIONS TIGHTENED IN BEIJING, WHILE CASE SITUATION IN SHANGHAI IMPROVES
  • CHINA PMIS DISAPPOINT