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Pengetatan Cina Grogoti Performa Asia

 

Berlanjutnya pengetatan Cina berhasil kurangi reli bursa saham Asia meski data AS sinyalkan berlanjutnya pemulihan ekonomi. Indeks saham Hong Kong dan Cina melemah seiring terpukulnya sektor perbankan setelah Beijing naikan giro wajib minimum keenam kalinya untuk tahun 2011. Hang Seng turun 0,7%, terjebak di antara Moving Average 250 dan leveln rendah 2011 seiring investor terus alokasikan dana ke sektor defensif seperti utilitas. Nikkei menguat 0,3%, dibantu oleh sentimen positif setelah data tunjukan penjualan ritel AS tidak
turun seburuk perkiraan analis. Meski demikian, volume perdagangan tetap rendah yang sinyalkan masih belum yakin-nya investor atas prospek ekonomi
global. Honda Motor melejit 2%, perpanjang rebound setelah sentuh level rendah dua bulan pada perdagangan Selasa. Meski Honda prediksi laba operasional tahunan akan turun 65%, namun investor menganggap prospek perusahaan terlalu konservatif dan pasar telah antisipasi berita buruk tersebut. Hino Motors melonjak 4,4% setelah produsen truk ini laporkan laba perusahaan akan mencapai ¥35 miliar akibat pulihnya permintaan truk dan bis di domestik
serta meningkatnya permintaan di negara-negara berkembang.

 

Wall Street Turun Tajam, Dow Anjlok 1.5%

 

Saham AS turun tajam pada hari Rabu seiring dollar yang melonjak akibat kecemasan memburuknya situasi hutang di Yunani dan setelah sejumlah data
ekonomi yang buruk. “Saham nampaknya akan turun lebih dalam hingga akhir tahun,” menurut David Levy, direktur dan kepala Jerome Levy Forecasting Center, menambahkan bahwa saham masih belum menilai “dampak nyata” dari situasi hutang di Eropa atau perlambatan yang berkelanjutan. Saham anjlok ditengah meningkatnya konflik pada situasi hutang di Yunani, setelah pejabat zona Eropa gagal untuk mencapai kesepakatan mengenai bantuan Yunani. Ribuan pengunjuk rasa berkumpul di Athena untuk memprotes kebijakan pengetatan dari pemerintah guna menghindari kebangkrutan. Menteri Keuangan zona Eropa akan bertemu kembali pekan depan, mencoba mencapai kesepakatan. Sementara itu Moody’s memperingatkan kemungkinan mendowngrade 2 bank Portugal ditengah kecemasan pendanaan. Sebelumnya, Moody’s juga memperingatkan 3 bank terbesar di Perancis, mengingat keterkaitannya dengan krisis hutang di Yunani. Turut menambah tekanan turun hari ini adalah laporan aktivitas sektor manufaktur di New York yang diluar dugaan berkontraksi di bulan Juni dan juga sentimen developer rumah yang turun tajam ke level terendah sejak September 2010.

 

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China tightening biting Asian Performance

The continued tightening China managed to cut Asian stock markets rally despite U.S. data sinyalkan continuing economic recovery. Hong Kong stock index and the Chinese banking sector is weaker as blow after Beijing Raise the minimum reserve requirement for the sixth time in 2011. The Hang Seng fell 0.7%, caught between the moving average 250 and lower leveln 2011 as investors continue to allocate funds to defensive sectors like utilities. Nikkei up 0.3%, helped by positive sentiment after U.S. retail sales data show does not go down as bad as analysts expected. However, trading volumes remain low sinyalkan still not convinced its investors over the global economic outlook. Honda Motor soared 2%, extend rebound after two months touch a low level in trading Tuesday. Although Honda’s annual operating profit forecast to fall 65%, but investors consider the company’s prospects are too conservative and the market had anticipated the bad news. Hino Motors jumped 4.4% after this truck manufacturers report profits will reach ¥ 35 billion due to recovery in demand for trucks and buses in the domestic as well as rising demand in developing countries.

Wall Street Down Sharply, Dow’s sales drop 1.5%

U.S. stocks fell sharply on Wednesday as the dollar due to soaring anxiety worsening debt situation in Greece and after a number of bad economic data. “Stocks will likely fall even further until the end of the year,” according to David Levy, director and head of the Jerome Levy Forecasting Center, adding that the stock is still not considered “real impact” of the debt situation in Europe or the ongoing slowdown. Shares plunged amid increasing tensions on the debt situation in Greece, after the European zone officials failed to reach agreement on aid Greece. Thousands of protesters gathered in Athens to protest the tightening of government policy in order to avoid bankruptcy. Euro-zone finance ministers will meet again next week, trying to reach an agreement. Meanwhile, Moody’s warned of a possible downgrade amid concerns Portugal 2 bank funding. Previously, Moody’s also warned the three largest banks in France, given its association with the debt crisis in Greece. Also adding downward pressure today is a report of activity in New York manufacturing sector which unexpected contraction in June and also houses the developer sentiment fell sharply to its lowest level since September 2010.