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2024-07-18
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Hoa Kỳ03:05:00
U.S. stocks closed mixed on Wednesday amid a significant selloff in the chip sector and AI-related companies. The S&P 500 declined 1.4% and the Nasdaq 100 sank 2.8%, pulling back from recent record highs, with the latter marking its worst day since December 2022. This followed the Biden administration's threats to expand trade restrictions and impose tougher sanctions on firms selling technologies to China. Additionally, Donald Trump, now the favorite to win November's election, stated that Taiwan should be paying the U.S. for protection and accused it of stealing America's semiconductor business. Nvidia plunged by 6.6%, Qualcomm lost 8.6% and AMD declined 10.2%, and ASML ADRs tanked 13.3%. Conversely, the Dow’s smaller exposure to tech allowed it to rise by 243 points, notching another record high, with UnitedHealth rallying 4.4% after delivering an optimistic earnings call.
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Canada03:03:31
The S&P/TSX Composite Index fell 0.6% to close at 22,851 on Wednesday, retreating from its record high as losses in the tech and materials sectors weighed heavily on the Toronto exchange. The Biden administration's threat of severe trade restrictions on China amid the ongoing semiconductor war pressured tech stocks, with Shopify dropping 6.9%, and Celestica losing 10.1%. Additionally, Cameco plunged 7.4%, while Teck Resources, First Quantum Franco-Nevada, and Barrick Gold posted losses ranging from 2.6% to 1.8% amid a broad decline in metals prices. The day also saw major banks trading in negative territory, with Scotiabank shedding 1.1%, and both Brookfield and Manulife falling over 0.9%, further weighing on the heavyweight financial sector. Investors are now looking ahead to producer prices and retail sales data for insights into the upcoming interest rate decision by the BoC next week.
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Hoa Kỳ23:54:32
Major US stock indices diverged further on Wednesday, headlined by a sharp selloff in the chip sector and broader companies with exposure to AI technology. The S&P 500 sank nearly 1.5% while the Nasdaq 100 plunged 3%, retreating from the record highs that the respective indices recently enjoyed. President Biden’s administration threatened to expand trade restrictions and enact more aggressive sanctions on companies that sell technologies to China, adding to uncertainty for the sector that carried the stock market rally this year and fuelling recent concerns that the speculation on the sector’s future earnings may be exaggerated. Nvidia plummeted by 7%, Qualcomm and AMD dropped 8%, ARM lost nearly 10%, and ASML ADRs lost over 11%. Also, broader tech shares Apple and Microsoft lost over 2% each. Conversely, the Dow’s smaller exposure to tech allowed it to rise by 250 points, with UnitedHealth rallying 4% after delivering an optimistic earnings call.
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nước Đức23:25:57
Frankfurt’s DAX pulled back in afternoon trading and closed 0.5% lower at 18,440 on Wednesday, weighed by losses for tech and industrial companies as markets assessed the impact that US trade barriers and restrictions may have on the European corporate sector. President Biden’s administration announced it may enforce aggressive restrictions on companies providing chips and AI technology to China, driving SAP and Infineon to drop 2% and 1%, respectively. In the meantime, Adidas added over 2% after raising its guidance for the rest of the year.
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Vương quốc Anh23:13:53
The FTSE 100 closed 0.3% higher on Wednesday, driven by gains in oil majors, miners, utilities, and defensive stocks like drug companies and tobacco firms. Burberry led the index, rising over 4%, amid speculation related to recent insider buying, with another small director purchase reported. BP and Shell gained 1.4% and 0.8% respectively, boosted by rising oil prices. Meanwhile, traders reduced their expectations for a Bank of England rate cut after UK inflation data. UK inflation held steady at 2% annually in June, matching May’s rate but slightly above the 1.9% forecast. This data pushed the British pound above $1.3 against the US dollar for the first time in a year and reduced the likelihood of an August rate cut to 35%.
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Pháp23:01:00
The CAC 40 closed 0.1% lower at 7,571 on Wednesday, enough to mark three straight sessions of losses as selected negative corporate developments offset gains for banks and consumer staples. Teleperformance led the downturn, plummeting 7.5% on fears of intensified AI competition following Salesforce's unveiling of its fully autonomous AI agent, the Einstein Service Agent, posing a threat to traditional call center operations. EssilorLuxottica followed suit with a 4.5% drop after announcing acquisitions, including Supreme from VF Corporation. Publicis also fell 1.5% ahead of anticipated Q2 and first-half results, despite expectations of stable organic revenue growth. On a brighter note, Pernod Ricard, Carrefour, Eurofins, and Air Liquide posted gains ranging from 1.2% to 3.4%. Investors are now eagerly awaiting the ECB's upcoming monetary policy decision slated for tomorrow.
2024-07-17
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khu vực đồng Euro22:58:34
European stocks extended their early losses and closed sharply lower on Wednesday as concerns of trade barriers and restrictions in the global chip sector pressured tech shares across the continent. The Eurozone’s Stoxx 50 fell 1.1% to 4,895, and the pan-European Stoxx 600 fell by a softer 0.4% to 515. ASML, the largest company in the Eurozone’s blue-chip index, plummeted by just over 11% despite posting strong corporate results amid a sharp increase in sales to China, weighed by reports that US President Biden's administration is considering aggressive reprimands toward the company should it continue to supply Chinese companies with its chip inputs. In the meantime, EssilorLuxxotica sank by 4.5% after acquiring clothing brand Supreme with a $1.5 billion deal. On the other hand, banks closed in the green and Adidas added 1.9% after upgrading its guidance. Investors are now eagerly awaiting the ECB's monetary policy decision tomorrow.
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Hoa Kỳ21:42:42
Crude oil inventories in the US fell by 4.87 million barrels in the week ended July 12, 2024, the third consecutive week of decreases, representing the longest stretch of stockpile reductions since September, data from the EIA Petroleum Status Report showed. Markets had predicted an increase of 0.8 million barrels. Also, crude stocks at the Cushing, Oklahoma, delivery hub went down by 875 thousand barrels, following a 702 thousand draw in the previous week. On the other hand, gasoline stocks rose by 3.328 million, versus forecast of a 1.7 million draw; and distillate stockpiles, which include diesel and heating oil, rose by 3.454 million barrels, compared with consensus for a 0.5 million decrease.
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Canada21:21:48
The S&P/TSX Composite Index fell 0.3% to below the 22,900 mark on Wednesday, edging down from its record high as losses in tech and a muted session for banks offset gains in the energy sector. The Biden administration's threat of severe trade restrictions on China amid the ongoing semiconductor war pressured tech stocks. Shopify shed over 4%, Celestica lost 3.6%, and Open Text declined by 1.7%. Additionally, major banks such as TD Bank, BMO, and Scotiabank each lost over 0.4%, while Brookfield and Manulife fell nearly 1%, further weighing on the heavyweight financial sector. Conversely, oil prices rose due to reduced inventories in the US and Middle Eastern political tensions threatening supply, lifting energy stocks. Heavyweights Suncor, Cenovus, and Imperial Oil all added over 1%. Investors are now looking ahead to producer prices and retail sales data for clues on the upcoming interest rate decision by the BoC next week.
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Hoa Kỳ20:41:42
The S&P 500 was down 1% and the Nasdaq lost 1.7% while the Dow Jones swung around the flatline on Wednesday, led by a tech sell-off after news that the Biden administration is considering using the most severe trade restrictions if companies continue giving China access to advanced semiconductor technology. The communication services and consumer discretionary sectors were also under heavy selling pressure. Megacaps were all in the red: Microsoft (-1.5%), Apple (-1.6%), Nvidia (-4.1%), Amazon (-1.6%), Meta (-3%), Alphabet (-0.9%). Broadcom (-4.6%), AMD (-5.5%), Qualcomm (-5.5%) and Micron Technology (-4.4%) also declined. Intel on the other hand, soared more than 7%. On the earnings front, shares of J&J rose 1.8% after the company's profit beat forecast although it lowered its full-year outlook.
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Hoa Kỳ20:30:09
Capacity utilization in the US rose to a nine-month high of 78.8% in June 2024, from a downwardly revised 78.3% in May, above forecasts of 78.4%. The rate is now 0.9 percentage points below its long-run average. Capacity utilization for manufacturing moved up to 0.3 percentage points 77.9%, a rate that is 0.4 percentage points below its long-run average. The operating rate for mining rose 0.3 percentage points to 89.3%, while the operating rate for utilities increased 1.8 percentage points to 73.8%. The rate for mining was 2.8 percentage points above its long-run average, while the rate for utilities remained substantially below its long-run average.
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Hoa Kỳ20:21:28
Manufacturing production in the US rose 0.4% from a month earlier in June 2024, beating market expectations of a 0.2% increase. The index for durable manufacturing was unchanged, the index for nondurable manufacturing increased 0.8%, and the index for publishing and logging increased 0.9%. Within durables, declines in the indexes for industries such as fabricated metal products (-1.3%) and miscellaneous (-1.7%) were offset by increases in the indexes for industries such as motor vehicles and parts (1.6%) and electrical equipment, appliances, and components (1.5%). Within nondurables, all industry groups except plastics and rubber products posted gains, with the largest gain seen in the output of printing and support (2.6%). Capacity utilization for manufacturing moved up in June to 77.9 percent, a rate that is 0.4 percentage point below its long-run average. For the second quarter as a whole, manufacturing output rose 3.4%.
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Hoa Kỳ20:18:42
Industrial production in the US rose 0.6 percent from a month earlier in June 2024, more than market expectations of a 0.3 percent increase. Manufacturing output, which makes up 78% of total production, advanced 0.4 percent, compared with market forecast of a 0.2 percent increase. Also, mining output went up 0.3 percent and the output of utilities increased 2.8 percent. Capacity utilization moved up to 78.8 percent in June, a rate that is 0.9 percentage point below its long-run (1972–2023) average. For the second quarter as a whole, industrial production increased at an annual rate of 4.3 percent and manufacturing output rose 3.4 percent.
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Hoa Kỳ19:37:00
Housing starts in the US rose by 3% from the previous month to an annualized rate of 1,314,000 in June of 2024, rebounding from the revised 4.6% decline in the previous month and firmly above market expectations of 1,300,000 starts. The growth was carried by a 22% surge in starts of buildings with 5 units or more, totaling an annual rate of 360,000. This offset a 2.2% drop in single-unit starts, totaling a rate of 980,000. Among different parts of the country, starts soared in the Northeast (34.4% to 121,000) and the Midwest (26.8% to 194,000), while dropping in the West (-6.1% to 306,000) and the South (-1.7% to 732,000).
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Canada19:36:00
Foreign investors increased their exposure to Canadian securities by a net $20.89 billion in May 2024, a third consecutive month of investment, and compared to a revised net investment of $41.05 billion in April. The activity in May was mainly in Canadian government bonds and private corporate paper. Foreign acquisitions of Canadian bonds totaled $19.6 billion, led by foreign purchases of Canadian federal (+$12.9 billion) and provincial (+$5.8 billion) government bonds. Moreover, foreign investors acquired $10.9 billion of Canadian papers, the largest investment since December 2022. On the other hand, non-resident investors reduced their exposure to Canadian shares by $9.5 billion, the largest divestment since June 2022, driven by redemptions of Canadian portfolio shares resulting from merger and acquisition activities and, to a lesser extent, by sales on the secondary market.
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Hoa Kỳ19:34:00
Building permits in the United States rose by 3.4% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.446 million in June 2024, the highest in three months and above market expectations of 1.40 million, according to a preliminary estimate. Approvals of units in buildings with five units or more soared by 19.2% to a rate of 460 thousand. On the other hand, single-family authorizations went down by 2.3% to 934 million. Across different US regions, there were increases in permits in the Midwest (15.6% to 208 thousand), and the South (2.8% to 801 thousand).
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Nga19:04:43
Russia's MOEX stock index declined to around the 2950 mark in mid-July, hitting lows not seen in a year, due to capital controls, a hawkish stance from the Bank of Russia, and falling oil prices. The market expects the Central Bank of Russia to increase its key interest rate from 16% to 18% in the upcoming meeting, as it noted the growth of inflation simultaneously with the acceleration of economic growth, labor shortages, and increased lending. Meanwhile, U.S. sanctions targeting key financial systems have led to a halt in dollar and euro trading on the Moscow Exchange.
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Hoa Kỳ18:08:26
Mortgage applications in the US soared by 3.9% in the third week of July, erasing the drops from the previous two weeks to mark the sharpest increase in one month, according to data compiled by the MBA. The rebound was consistent with a 13bps drop in benchmark average mortgage rates, consistent with the decline in long-dated Treasury yields in the period as lower inflation consolidated hopes of rate cuts by the Federal Reserve. Applications to refinance a mortgage, which are more sensible to weekly changes in rates, soared by 15% from the previous week to its highest level in two years. This offset the 3% drop in applications to purchase a new home, as low housing inventory continued to price out wishful buyers.
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Hoa Kỳ18:04:00
The average contract interest rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with conforming loan balances ($766,550 or less) declined by 13bps to 6.87% in the week ended July 12th, 2024, from 7% in the previous period, data from the Mortgage Bankers Association showed. It is the biggest decline in borrowing costs in about four months and the lowest rate since the second week of March. "Mortgage rates declined last week, as recent signs of cooling inflation and the increased likelihood of Fed rate cuts later this year pulled them lower” said Joel Kan, MBA’s vice president. The rate for jumbo loans, or the 30-year mortgage for homes sold for over $766,550, was 7.07%, down from 7.13%. The average rate for a 30-year mortgage backed by the Federal Housing Administration was 6.75%, down from 6.87%.
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Hoa Kỳ17:12:00
The dollar index declined to 103.7 on Wednesday, extending losses for a second day to hit a low level not seen in about four months, as traders fully price in the Fed will deliver an interest rate cut in September. On Monday, Chair Powell said that recent data “add somewhat to confidence” that inflation will return to target and that the central bank will not wait until inflation hits 2% before cutting rates. Also, NY Fed President John Williams said "inflation is coming down to 2% and the economy is getting into balance right now. I think we’ve had a few months of encouraging data". The dollar was depreciating the most against the yen, falling about 1.3%. The dollar also lost against the British pound after inflation rate in the UK failed to slow.
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Nhật Bản17:11:00
The Japanese yen surged 1.3% to cross 156.5 per dollar on Wednesday, the highest in over one month, as markets gauged the monetary policy outlook for the BoJ, the Fed, and how far Japan is willing to intervene to protect Japan’s currency. The increase extended the surge from the end of last week that lifted the yen from the 38-year low of 162, as Japan is likely to have sold over $20 billion to prop up the currency. The large magnitude of suspected intervention by the Ministry of Finance, along with softness in the dollar from lower inflation data, drove markets to reconsider betting against the yen and is suspected to have triggered a bout of short squeezes on the currency, while the momentum of the rebound drove some investors to not discard another round of intervention by Tokyo. On the monetary policy front, the BoJ is expected to announce its bond purchase tapering plans and possibly raise interest rates again at its upcoming policy meeting later this quarter.
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Hoa Kỳ16:53:34
US stock futures fell on Wednesday, with contracts on the Nasdaq sinking about 1.2%, the S&P 500 losing 0.7% and the Dow Jones declining about 70 points, led by a tech sell-off after news that the Biden administration is considering using the most severe trade restrictions if companies continue giving China access to advanced semiconductor technology. Megacaps were all in the red in premarket trading: Microsoft (-1.5%), Apple (-1.5%), Nvidia (-3.1%), Amazon (-0.9%), Meta (-1.4%), Alphabet (-0.8%). Broadcom (-2.8%), AMD (-3.2%), Qualcomm (-2.7%) and Intel (-0.5%) also declined. On Tuesday, both the S&P 500 and the Dow rallied to top fresh record levels, with traders continuing to fully price in the Fed will cut the fed funds rate in September. On the earnings front, J&J is due to report quarterly results before the opening bell.
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khu vực đồng Euro16:06:00
Annual inflation rate in the Euro Area was confirmed at 2.5% in June 2024, lower than 2.6% in May and 5.5% a year earlier. Prices eased for energy (0.2% vs 0.3%) and food, alcohol and tobacco (2.4% vs 2.6%). On the other hand, inflation was steady for services (4.1%) and non-energy industrial goods (0.7%). Compared to the previous month, the CPI edged up 0.2%, the same as in May and also in line with preliminary estimates. Meanwhile, core consumer prices which exclude energy, food, alcohol and tobacco, rose 2.9% on the year, the same as in May. Among the bloc's largest economies, inflation slowed in Germany (2.5% vs 2.8%), France (2.5% vs 2.6%) and Spain (3.6% vs 3.8%) but edged higher in Italy (0.9% vs 0.8%).
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Nước Ý15:59:56
The FTSE MIB is falling by 0.3% to hover around the 34,250 mark, aligning with its European peers, with the markets being impacted by news that the US administration is considering imposing more severe trade restrictions on companies that continue to provide China with access to advanced semiconductor technology. Additionally, traders remain cautious ahead of the ECB decision due tomorrow. On the corporate front, Iveco Group (-2.2%), Brunello Cucinelli (-1.6%), Leonardo (-1.5%), and Azimut (-1.4%) are among the top decliners. In contrast, A2a and Saipem are defying the trend, each rising around 1%.
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Hồng Kông15:22:00
The Hang Seng added 11 points or near 0.1% to end at 17,739 on Wednesday after slumping in the prior two sessions, helped by gains from most sectors. Optimism that the Fed will start policy easing in September and strong US consumer spending lifted sentiment. Meanwhile, the IMF raised its forecast for China's GDP to 5% from 4.6% this year due to strong consumption in Q1 and rising exports. On the monetary front, the PBoC Tuesday injected the most into the Chinese banking system since January to mitigate the impact of tax season. Worries that there could not be any significant shift from the Third Plenum in China capped the rise, as the meeting will end Thursday. In a work report behind closed doors during the event, President Xi Jinping warned there was no "ready-made solution" for the economy. Still, he saw that China would not stop growing. Hansoh Pharmaceutical and Techtronic Inds. each climbed 4.6%. JD Health rose 3.8%, followed by Innovent Biologics (3.4%) and Xiaomi Corp. (2.9%).
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nước Đức15:10:00
The DAX was little changed around the 18520 level on Wednesday, as a tech sector downturn dampened investor confidence after news the US is considering more severe trade restrictions if companies continue giving China access to advanced semiconductor technology. Traders were also digesting further corporate results and awaiting the ECB monetary policy decision due tomorrow. Daimler Truck Holding (-1.8%), Siemens Energy (-1.6%), Hannover Rück (-1.5%), Zalando (-1%) and Rheinmetall (-1%) were the worst performers. In contrast, Adidas was up almost 5% following a raise in its earnings guidance for 2024.
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Pháp15:09:00
The CAC 40 fell 0.16% to 7,568 on Wednesday, marking its third consecutive session of losses, weighed down by the tech sector, with shares of ASML Holding plunging nearly 6% due to disappointing forecasts for third-quarter sales, despite sales and earnings for Q2 exceeding expectations. Adding to the market's woes, reports surfaced that the US administration is considering stricter trade restrictions if companies continue providing China access to advanced semiconductor technology. Among individual stocks, Essilor was the worst performer, dropping almost 3% following the announcement of two acquisitions, including Supreme from U.S. apparel and footwear group VF Corporation. Publicis shares also declined around 1.7% ahead of its Q2 and first-half results, with expectations of steady organic revenue growth. Meanwhile, investors are eagerly anticipating the ECB's upcoming monetary policy decision scheduled for tomorrow.
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khu vực đồng Euro14:40:10
Major bourses in Europe were lower on Wednesday, with the STOXX 50 declining 0.6% and the STOXX 600 falling 0.5%, extending losses for a third day, dragged down by the tech sector. Shares of ASML Holding sank almost 6%, as its forecasts for third quarter sales disappointed while sales and earnings for Q2 topped forecasts. The market was further impacted by news that the US administration is considering using more severe trade restrictions if companies continue giving China access to advanced semiconductor technology. On a positive note, Adidas was up almost 5% following a raise in its earnings guidance for 2024. Investors are now eagerly awaiting the ECB's monetary policy decision scheduled for tomorrow.
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Vương quốc Anh14:40:05
The UK's 10-year Gilt yield rose to 4.08% from a 3-week low on Tuesday as traders reduced bets on an August BOE rate cut following higher-than-expected UK inflation data. The CPI remained at the BOE’s 2% target for the second consecutive month in June, but services sector inflation stayed high at 5.7%. Economists had predicted a drop to 1.9%, with the BOE forecasting services inflation at 5.1%. These results raised concerns that inflation, while currently at target, might not stay there, potentially delaying the BOE's rate-cutting plans. Consequently, traders lowered the likelihood of a rate cut on August 1st to about 30%, down from over 40% the previous day. In the US, the Federal Reserve is expected to start cutting interest rates in September, with two more reductions expected before year-end. Fed Chair Jerome Powell indicated that recent data increased confidence that inflation will return to target and suggested the central bank might cut rates before inflation hits 2%.
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Vương quốc Anh14:35:03
The FTSE 100 traded slightly lower on Wednesday, marking its third consecutive session of losses as traders adjusted expectations for an August rate cut by the Bank of England. This adjustment followed UK inflation data that exceeded economists' forecasts. The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) remained steady at the BOE’s 2% target for the second month in June but highlighted persistent price pressures in the services sector, which held at 5.7%. Economists had expected the headline rate to drop to 1.9%, with the BOE forecasting services inflation to be at 5.1%. These figures suggest that while inflation is currently at the target, it might not remain there, potentially delaying the BOE's rate-cutting plans. Consequently, traders lowered the probability of a rate cut on August 1st to about 30%, down from over 40% the previous day. In corporate news, copper miner Antofagasta fell over 2.5% after predicting annual production at the lower end of its guidance.
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