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+++ Exchange Ticker +++ – Swiss Exchange will start slightly lower | News

Friday, September 15th, 2017 | Economy

08:15
Oil prices fell slightly on Friday. Strong impulses remained in early trading. In the morning a barrel (159 liters) of the North Sea Brent cost to delivery in November 55.26 US dollar. That was 0.3 percent less than on Thursday. Despite the losses, oil prices are heading for their second consecutive week of price increases. One reason for this is the new forecasts of the International Energy Agency IEA and the Opec oil cartel, both of which are based on a stronger demand for oil. In addition, short-term demand in the US is also increasing, as the refineries in the Gulf of Mexico are starting again after the Harvey storm.
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08:10
The Swiss Market Index is indexed 0.115 percent lower at 9057 points. Only two stocks are up, Julius Baer (0.84 percent) and Adecco (0.24 percent). The assets of the asset manager benefited from a purchase recommendation from the HSBC, which raised the share to "buy" from "hold".
Some investors are unsettled because of a new launch of a North Korean rocket, said Börsian on Friday. In addition, many investors were lagging behind in important economic areas because of the unclear development of the future monetary policy.
Nestle is the focus of attention in Switzerland. The Lebensmittelriese expands its coffee business with a purchase in the USA and accepts a majority stake in Blue Bottle Coffee at an unnamed price. The share was trading somewhat weaker. Credit Suisse can file a further dispute over US mortgage loans. The institute reached an agreement with the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company. In the course of this, the bank recorded charges of $ 79.5 million in the third quarter – in addition to the existing provisions for the dispute. The share was little modified.
The shares of the Helvetia insurance company, which fell 1.7 percent before the official start of trading, were under pressure. Raiffeisen is separated from its four percent stake and placed with institutional investors. The Zurich asset manager Mojmir Hlinka, by the way, expects a stand of the SMI of up to 9500 points by the end of the year:
The cash-exchange-talk of this week: #Aktien #Boersen #Geldanlage https://t.co/ozj73VB34g
– cash (@cashch) 15 September 2017
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06:40
The Nikkei of the 225 leading stocks rose by 0.5 per cent to 19'903 points just before close of trading. Astellas Pharma accounted for 3.3% of the individual figures after a positive study of a cancer drug.
The reactions to the new rocket test were also limited in the other investment classes. So-called safe havens, in which investors postponed their funds in political crises, such as the Japanese yen, the Swiss franc, or the gold, were sought – but the prices were only slightly higher. The euro maintained itself in the Far Eastern trade to the dollar. The single European currency lastly cost $ 1,1907. The Swiss franc was trading at around 0.9363 francs per dollar and about 1.1472 francs per euro.
North Korea had again fired a rocket of several thousand kilometers range over Japan despite the tightening of the UN sanctions on Friday due to its recent nuclear weapons test. The rocket was flown 3700 kilometers after the start near the capital Pyongyang and then plunged into the Pacific Ocean, the South Korean General Staff announced on Friday.
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– 台灣 蘋果 日報 Taiwan News (@TW_nextmedia) September 15, 2017
(Cash / AWP / Reuters)

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