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Wednesday, August 30th, 2017 | Economy

Meanwhile, stock trading in Asia has ended. The exchanges there have recovered from the horror of a new North Korean rocket test over Japan. Above all in Tokyo, the courses started again. The Nikkei index closed with 19'506 meters 0.8 percent higher. On Tuesday he was temporarily down to the lowest level in almost four months due to the recent rocket test of North Korea. The broader topix gained 0.6 percent. Among other things, export values ​​were in demand, as the yen fell again. Isuzu Motors and Panasonic Corp increased by just under one percent. At the Chinese stock exchanges the courses hardly came from the spot. The Bluechip Index and the Shanhai Composite have hardly changed.
Banks and brokers predicted an increase of around 0.4 percent in the Swiss Market Index. However, the conflict continues to swarm, traders warned. North Korea announced further action against the US, while the UN Security Council described the Monday test as a monstrous danger. Equities with the most significant advances in the SMI are ABB and UBS, each with a plus of 0.32 percent. Baloise's mid-caps are up 2.2 percent on the half-year figures.
#Baloise @Baloise_Group #Varriers #Switzerland #Aktien https://t.co/Pfxy7bmXyH
– cash (@cashch) August 30, 2017
In addition, a number of economic data keep investors on track. In the USA, Börsians are eagerly awaiting the employment report of the private employment agency ADP. They give a taste for the official data on Friday, from which investors are predicting the timing and pace of the expected US interest rate hikes. In addition, the second estimate of US growth is in the second quarter.
On Wall Street, the major indices were up slightly on Tuesday after trading in Europe: the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq each closed 0.3 percent higher, while the S & P500 gained 0.1 percent.
Oil prices fell further on Wednesday. A barrel (159 liters) of the North Sea Brent for delivery in October cost 51.79 US dollars in the morning. This was 0.4 percent less than the previous day. Since the beginning of the week, the impact of the tropical cyclone "Harvey" has been weighing oil prices. Parts of the oil industry on the southern coast of the USA have been flooding. Analysts believe that currently about 22 percent of the capacity of the refineries in the US is not available. This has a strong impact on the demand for crude oil.
The safe "safe harbor" gold remains in demand after North Korea's rocket attempt on Tuesday. At the end of the morning, the finunun cost 0.212% more at 1312 US dollars. This remains the highest level in almost a year. Some banks see gold still rising further:
The #gold price is $ 0 .00 per ounce next year, according to Bank of America Merill Lynch analysts: https://t.co/q390YhqMlE pic.twitter.com/MUugz5BobF
– InvestingNewsNetwork (@DigMedia) August 29, 2017
The Nikkei index with the default values ​​gained 0.55 percent to 19'468 points. On Tuesday he was temporarily down to the lowest level in nearly four months due to the recent North Korea rocket test. "If there is no military strike from North Korea or the USA, the market is likely to pick up again very quickly," said Toru Ibayashi of the UBS asset management in Tokyo.
The broader topix increased by 0.4 percent to 1604 counts. Among other things, export values ​​were in demand because the yen fell in value and the US stock markets also performed well.
#Nikkei recovers from near 4 month low after #NorthKorea Korea fears ebb https://t.co/kUbI83PDyS pic.twitter.com/i4S0ZZe4cM
– BusinessLine (@businessline) August 30, 2017
(Cash / Reuters / AWP)


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