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RBA Starts To Ease Off Brake

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

  • Nikkei 225 up 747.35 points at 26963.14
  • ASX 200 up 242.435 points at 6699.3
  • Shanghai Comp. is closed
  • JGB 10-Yr future up 48 ticks at 149.04, yield down 1.5bp at 0.231%
  • Aussie 10-Yr future up 20 ticks at 96.25, yield down 17.2bp at 3.727%
  • US 10-Yr future up 0-07 at 113-13+, yield down 1.37bp at 3.625%
  • WTI crude up $0.20 at $83.83, Gold down $1.56 at $1698.33
  • USD/JPY up 30 pips at Y144.85
  • TOP FED OFFICIAL WARNS OF MORE PERSISTENT PRICE PRESSURES (WSJ)
  • KWASI KWARTENG TO BRING FORWARD DEBT-CUTTING PLAN AFTER TAX U-TURN (FT)
  • LIZ TRUSS TAKES ON TORY REBELS IN BATTLE TO REIN IN BENEFITS (TELEGRAPH)
  • BOE'S MANN SAYS STERLING, INFLATION, ENERGY INFLUENCED HER RATE HIKE VOTE (RTRS)
  • RBA RETURNS TO ‘BUSINESS AS USUAL’ 0.25PC RATE RISE (AFR)
  • NORTH KOREA FIRES IRBM OVER JAPAN (YONHAP)
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Below gives key levels of markets in the second half of the Asia-Pac session:

  • Nikkei 225 up 747.35 points at 26963.14
  • ASX 200 up 242.435 points at 6699.3
  • Shanghai Comp. is closed
  • JGB 10-Yr future up 48 ticks at 149.04, yield down 1.5bp at 0.231%
  • Aussie 10-Yr future up 20 ticks at 96.25, yield down 17.2bp at 3.727%
  • US 10-Yr future up 0-07 at 113-13+, yield down 1.37bp at 3.625%
  • WTI crude up $0.20 at $83.83, Gold down $1.56 at $1698.33
  • USD/JPY up 30 pips at Y144.85
  • TOP FED OFFICIAL WARNS OF MORE PERSISTENT PRICE PRESSURES (WSJ)
  • KWASI KWARTENG TO BRING FORWARD DEBT-CUTTING PLAN AFTER TAX U-TURN (FT)
  • LIZ TRUSS TAKES ON TORY REBELS IN BATTLE TO REIN IN BENEFITS (TELEGRAPH)
  • BOE'S MANN SAYS STERLING, INFLATION, ENERGY INFLUENCED HER RATE HIKE VOTE (RTRS)
  • RBA RETURNS TO ‘BUSINESS AS USUAL’ 0.25PC RATE RISE (AFR)
  • NORTH KOREA FIRES IRBM OVER JAPAN (YONHAP)