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Asia Stocks at Risk as S&P 500 Trims Gains on Solid US Jobs Data

Asia Stocks at Risk as S&P 500 Trims Gains on Solid US Jobs Data

Daniel Dubrovsky, Strategist

Asia Pacific Market Open Talking Points

  • Stellar US jobs report leaves US Dollar, bond yields higher as S&P 500 falls behind
  • Anti-risk Japanese Yen falls as Canadian Dollar soars with OPEC output reduction
  • Asia Pacific stocks at risk as sentiment sours, ASX 200 upside momentum still fading

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The anti-risk Japanese Yen underperformed against its major counterparts, weakening particularly during the first half of Friday’s US trading session. A largely stellar local jobs report bolstered sentiment as the S&P 500 soared alongside the US Dollar and falling government bond prices.

Sentiment-linked oil prices also skyrocketed. Shortly before US market open, OPEC reported that monthly production fell by the most in two years. As such, the Canadian Dollar edged cautiously higher against its major peers. Petroleum is a major source of revenue in Canada.

By the end of the day, the US Dollar maintained its rise and so too did local bond yields. The same could not be said for the S&P 500 which trimmed gains to the point it only ended 0.09% higher. In fact, strong domestic data and improvements in external headwinds could be a source of hesitation for US equities.

These seemed to be underpinned by the US unemployment report and what seemed to be progress towards a trade deal with China. Albeit, an outcome on the latter has been pushed back as markets anxiously await resolution. Given these developments, Asia Pacific stocks may struggle following Wall Street higher.

ASX 200 Technical Analysis

Australia’s ASX 200 continues struggling to breach a prominent resistance barrier between 5,911 and 5,942. Time may be running out for the index until it turns lower. Negative RSI divergence warns that upside momentum is fading. Near-term support seems to be the February 2018 lows around 5,795.

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Asia Stocks at Risk as S&P 500 Trims Gains on Solid US Jobs Data

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Asia Stocks at Risk as S&P 500 Trims Gains on Solid US Jobs Data

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Asia Stocks at Risk as S&P 500 Trims Gains on Solid US Jobs Data

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--- Written by Daniel Dubrovsky, Junior Currency Analyst for DailyFX.com

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