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Asian Stocks Mixed, Traders On Watch For US/China Trade Headlines

Asian Stocks Mixed, Traders On Watch For US/China Trade Headlines

2019-03-06 05:49:00
David Cottle, Analyst

Asian Stocks Talking Points:

  • Most regional bourses were in the green
  • Hopes are still high for a US/China trade deal as China’s People’s Congress meets
  • Australian growth underwhelmed, as did China’s service sector performance

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Asia Pacific stock markets put in a mixed performance on Wednesday with investors attuned to trade developments as China’s annual National People’s Congress began in Beijing.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday that he thought Washington and Beijing were ‘on the cusp’ of reaching an accommodation, the latest tantalizing hint that a tangible step forward, at least, will be forthcoming.

Economic news released through the session was less encouraging. Australia’s Gross Domestic Product came in below expectations for the final quarter of the old year. Its 2.3% annualized rate was the weakest since early 2017 and well below the 2.6% rise expected. Meanwhile China’s service sector was revealed by a private survey to have expanded at its slowest rate for four months in February.

Still, the Shanghai Composite was up by 1% in the middle of its afternoon session. The Hang Seng was 0.4% higher but the Nikkei 225 shed 0.7%. Australia’s ASX 200 added 0.6%.

In the foreign exchange space, the Australian Dollar sunk to two-month lows. This was thanks in part to that weak growth data but also because Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe struck a dovish note in a Sydney speech. Mr Lowe said it was hard to see Australian interest rates rising this year (the markets continue to price-in a cut), and that growth in the second half was likely to be below trend.

Downtrend Broken. Australian Dollar Vs US Dollar, Daily Chart.

Many banks seem to be strengthening their rate-cut forecasts, or revising them to bring the timing forward, and this also weighed on the currency.

Crude oil prices stayed down, despite some usually-supportive trade optimism, as news of rising US supply and inventories weighed. Gold prices were steady just above five-week lows through the Asian session.

Still to come on Wednesday’s data slate is the Bank of Canada’s monetary policy decision (no interest-rate change expected), Germany’s Purchasing Managers Index for the construction sector and the economic outlook from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. From the US will come mortgage-application figures, December’s trade balance and more news of crude oil inventory levels.

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--- Written by David Cottle, DailyFX Research

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