Equity markets were somewhat lively on Tuesday, although Japanese investors put the Nikkei 225 lower after returning from the long weekend.
Kerry Craig, managing director of JPMorgan Asset Management, said Wednesday that it’s kind of “paint by numbers” at the moment, but there’s nothing colorful.
There are some things that are not going to happen, like the direction of the labor market and the unemployment rate in the United States and even if the central banks withdraw or say that this is the time in inflation that should put us at risk. In Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 moved 173.20 points or 0.5% to 26,961. Shanghai’s growth index dropped to 3,278. It is the highest point in China. In New Zealand, the S&P NXX 50 fell by 0.80 of a point or 1% to 11,162. South Korea’s Kospi fell by 4.30 points or 0.2% to 2,-37. The numbers for the Australian economies fell by 40,000 points or 0.5% to 6,843. The Hang Seng was trading off 116 points in Hong Kong at time of writing.
The US dollar fell in the Asia time zone. The euro hit 1.0176 in Sydney Harbour. British GDP is at a level of 1.1994 in front of a 1.1993. The Japanese yen fell at 137.9. Swiss French rose at the world interest rate of 0.8627.
The commodity currency was put forward. The Canadian dollar rose to 1,300. The Australian dollar rose to zero. The Dow Jones IndustrialAverage fell 215.65 points or 1% overnight on Wall Street as of 07/31. The Standard and Poor fell by 32.31 points or 8% to 3.83 billion. The Nasdaq stock market price fell by 92.38 points or 1% to 11,360.