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Fx Asian Markets drops As Korea Ramps Up signals
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Fx Asian Markets drops As Korea Ramps Up signals for news ahead. Asian stocks drop as both North Korea and the US are more warlike. The Aussie market was the most notable trend.
The former said that it was “carefully examining” plans for a missile strike on the US Pacific territory of Guam shortly after President Donald Trump said that any threat from the rogue state would be met with “fire and fury.” US intelligence also reportedly said that North Korea was now capable of making a nuclear warhead which could fit its known ballistic weapons.
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This bellicose market on fx signals saw most Asian markets drop just as it had sparked a late selloff from new record highs. The Nikkei 225 shed 1.7%, with Hong Kong and Shanghai lower. The ASX in Sydney being closer to peninsula and also boosted by news of local bank earnings. It was up 0.5%. It is worth pointing out that the likes of the Nikkei do look set to end some way above their lows.
Japanese Yen to eight-week highs vs the US Dollar, with the South Korean won sinking only to recover. Monday’s local economic data tended to weigh on the Aussie Dollar with both home loans and, especially, consumer confidence.
Crude oil prices slipped by about 23 cents per barrel for both the US benchmark and international Brent Crude Oil. Hoary remain in play as investors see traditional producers will be able to reduce supply despite US inventory draw down. Gold prices made gains.
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