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Date Updated: 2018/08/17 08:50:55 AM

WHAT HAPPENED OVERNIGHT IN THE US:

·         S&P +0.8%, opened higher and held for only its 2nd positive session in 7 and the S&Ps biggest one day gain since July.

·         All sectors green as risk-off took a breather ahead of US-China trade talks with over 85% of stocks advancing.

·         Although telcos and retailers leading still gives an indication of the defensive and cautious mood in the market.

·         Bonds were softer with 10 yr yields +2bps, while the dollar recovered after softening slightly in early trade.

WHAT’S UP THIS MORNING IN THE EAST:

·         Asia mostly green with China (-0.8%) the clear laggard, falling for its 5th straight day, with investors largely staying out until a clearer picture emerges of US-China trade tensions.

·         HK +0.5% as Tencent gains +3.3% to HKD337 (indicating NPN up around +2%), now higher than before the disappointing results. Japan +0.6% with JPY basically unch.

·         Australia 0.2%, lead by tech with miners basically flat, Rio +0.2% and BHP -0.3%, indicating London up 40bps.

SOUTH AFRICAN NEWS:

·         Expect AllShare +0.25%. From SA close yday, gold -$6 ($1174), plat -$14 ($779), copper -0.5% ($2.62/lb), oil +0.9% ($71.40), USDZAR +0.9% (14.70), S&P +0.1%.

·         FBR: Update after close last night; trading conditions ‘difficult’ but 1H stronger YoY, LfL sales +2.8%.

·         MTN: Uganda MTN to list on its exchange before the country will agree to extend the mobile operator’s license.

·         Due today: RES FY18
·         AGMs: LEW

TODAYS KEY DATA POINTS:

·         11am: Eurozone CPI

·         4pm: US U. of Mich. Sentiment

 


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