Japan Markets Set to Rise as Nasdaq Closes in Correction Territory; China to Release Loan Prime Rate
Shares in Japan were set to rise, even as Wall Street fell with the Nasdaq closing in correction territory, and U.S. yields retreated after rising this week.
fell 2 basis points to 2.167%. Yields move inversely to prices."It is hard to get too excited with the overnight declines in yields, the economic backdrop is still pointing to an increase in inflationary pressures and resilient growth, pointing to the need for the Fed as well as other central banks to shift towards a tighter policy setting, thus higher global rates over 2022 still look very likely," Rodrigo Catril, senior FX strategist at National Australia Bank, wrote in a Thursday note.
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167%. Yields move inversely to prices. It is not a social or ideological agenda. "It is hard to get too excited with the overnight declines in yields, the economic backdrop is still pointing to an increase in inflationary pressures and resilient growth, pointing to the need for the Fed as well as other central banks to shift towards a tighter policy setting, thus higher global rates over 2022 still look very likely," Rodrigo Catril, senior FX strategist at National Australia Bank, wrote in a Thursday note. The bank also projects inflation to remain at 1. Elsewhere, price worries continued to be top-of-mind as data showed the U. (CNBC) Fink reiterated those sentiments in a CNBC interview that ran on Tuesday.K. Kishida wants to incentivize companies through tax benefits and regulatory inducements to share profits with workers.
inflation rate , with higher energy costs, resurgent demand and supply chain issues continuing to drive up consumer prices." U. The Bank of Japan also used slightly different language in its meeting to describe its price risk assessment. Currencies and oil .