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US indices finished yesterday’s trading higher – S&P 500 gained 0.45%, Dow Jones moved 0.80% higher and Russell 2000 gained over 1%. Nasdaq was a laggard and closed 0.02% lower

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  • US indices finished yesterday’s trading higher – S&P 500 gained 0.45%, Dow Jones moved 0.80% higher and Russell 2000 gained over 1%. Nasdaq was a laggard and closed 0.02% lower
  • Indices from Asia-Pacific traded higher today – S&P/ASX 200 gained 0.1%, Kospi moved 0.8% higher, Nifty 50 added 0.6% while indices from China traded 0.3-1.2% higher. Nikkei dropped 0.1%
  • DAX futures point to a higher opening of the European cash session today
  • Reuters reports that United States and the Netherlands prepare to further restrict chip manufacturing equipment sales to China
  • Fed’s Bostic said that it is not clear whether inflation will continue to fall in next 6 months
  • Chinese financial media reports that new support measures for property market may include lower down payment requirements and easing of some purchase restrictions
  • According to Reuters poll, consensus among economists is for Reserve Bank of Australia to deliver a 25 bp rate hike next week (July 4, 2023) and to follow with another 25 bp rate hike at August meeting
  • Chinese manufacturing PMI ticked higher in June, from 48.8 to 49.0 (exp. 49.0), while services gauge dropped from 54.5 to 53.2 (exp. 53.7)
  • Profits of Chinese state-owned companies increased 10.9% YoY in January-May period
  • Japanese industrial production declined 1.6% MoM in May (exp. -1.1% MoM)
  • Core CPI inflation in Japanese Tokyo area remained unchanged at 3.2% YoY in June (exp. 3.3% YoY)
  • Japanese housing starts were 3.5% YoY higher in May (exp. -2.2% YoY)
  • Australian private sector credit increased 0.4% MoM in May, in-line with market expectations
  • Cryptocurrencies are trading higher – Bitcoin gains 1.3%, Ehtereum adds 2% and Dogecoin jumps 3%. BitcoinCash surges 20%
  • Energy commodities are trading higher – oil gains 0.2% while US natural gas prices climb 0.6%
  • Precious metals gain. Silver trades 0.3% higher, platinum gains 1% and gold trades flat
  • AUD and NZD are the best performing major currencies while USD and CAD lag the most

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