Bond rolls and U-stock slip as traders await nutrition


Bonds came together all over the world and stocks were trying to draw before the Federal Reserve comes to the policy meeting on Wednesday, and officials are expected to charge interest rates again and may move further to rates. mitigate money markets.

The 500 S&P Index disappeared lower, with FedEx Corp diving after the company has a prospect to relieve profits, blaming a global economy that weakened trade tension. The European equity benchmark has changed little. Government bonds from the United States focused on Japan, and the 10-year return on the Exchequer was diverted by 1.8%. The boom followed the injection of money by Tuesday's money to extinguish money markets – it was an intervention again on Wednesday.

Traders are keeping an eye on whether there is a potential shortage of oil on the global economy, and preparations from the US and China for top officials to meet on trade in October.

Elsewhere, Asia had mixed stocks. The dollar was strengthened. Oil put a lower tick after it had fallen on Tuesday, when Saudi Aramco said 41% had a resuscitation capacity at a crude raw processing day after a terrible aerial attack to demolish vital equipment and went in global energy markets. The pound fell as the British Supreme Court starts the second day of hearings on the legality of the prime minister's Brexit strategy.

Here are some of the main events you need to watch this week:

  • It is widely expected that the Federal Reserve will reduce US interest rates in response to global economic growth and sound inflation. The Jerome H. Powell Chairman will be holding a news conference on Wednesday.
  • The decision on Japanese Bank's monetary policy on Thursday, followed by a briefing from Governor Haruhiko Kuroda.
  • Indonesia Bank and Bank of England also make a decision about Thursday's policy.
  • Australian job figures are out Thursday.
  • Friday is running every day for US markets. When quarterly futures futures and options occur on indices and stocks on the same day, volatility and boom trade can follow.

The main market movements are as follows: t


  • S&P 500 Index fell by 0.3% as at 6:55 a.m. PDT.
  • The 600 Stoxx Europe Index has not been changed.
  • The MSCI Emerging Market Index advanced 0.3%.
  • The average Nikkei-225 fell 0.2% Average


  • The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index increased by 0.1%.
  • British pounds fell 0.2% to $ 1.2478.
  • The euro decreased by 0.2% to $ 1.1054.
  • The Japanese yen has not changed much at 108.17 per dollar.


  • The 10-year Funds return fell four basis points to 1.76%.
  • Germany's 10-year result fell by a basis point to -0.51%.
  • Japan's 10-year result reached three basis points to -0.20% t


  • West Texas intermediate fell 1.4% to $ 58.50 barrel.
  • Bloomberg Commodity Index decreased by 0.5%.
  • The gold rose 0.3% to 1506.04 ounces.


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