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Date Updated: 9/23/2020 8:50:27 AM

WHAT HAPPENED OVERNIGHT:

·        S&P +1.1%, picked up where it left off Mon to extend tech-led recovery.

·        NASDAQ +1.7%, made it c4% from Mon lows (still c9% from highs). Consumer stocks also positive.

·        Luxury bounced from 3 days’ sharp losses. TIF +0.9%, squeezed a 10-day high with market still warm to LVMH deal.

·        But no clean sweep. Financials under water again on flatter yield curve, and no pleasant surprises from Fed’s Powell.

·        US economy won’t remain “resilient” for long, he warned House Financial Services Committee, pressing for urgent fiscal support.

·        DXY at 9-week high continued to price global risks. GBP <1.2750 at 2mth low on virus second wave, looming EU showdown. EUR <1.17, also a 2-month low.

·        Asia ok but uneven. Japan -0.5%, playing catch-down after holidays. Hong Kong/China back in positive territory but slim despite heavy recent losses.

·        Australia +2.5%, positive for the week on broad rally. BHP +1.6%, shrugging off broad commodity weakness, indicates SA open +1.5%.

 

 SOUTH AFRICAN NEWS:

      Expect JSE AllShare +0.75%. 

·        From SA close yday, S&P +1.3% (S&P futs +0.1%), gold -$20 ($1881), plat -$5 ($865), pall -$31 ($2222), copper -1.1% ($3.04/lb), Brent crude oil -0.7% ($41.36), Dalian iron -2% (=spot c$116/t), Singapore iron -2% ($111.67), Dalian coal unch, ZCE thermal coal +0.2%, steel rebar -0.1%, BHP parity +1.5%, USDZAR +0.7% (16.82), Tencent +0.5% (HKD 514).

·        CTK: guides H1 hEPS up 20%-22% y/y (sbge +17%) despite “significant” difficulties to install in-vehicle IoT technology (offset by “significant” increase in subs revenue).  

 

 

 TODAYS KEY DATA POINTS:

Global data – today

·        9.15am: France Sept Markit PMI first read (Manuf 50.6, Services 51.5)

·        9.30am: Germany Sept Markit PMI first read (Manuf 52.5, Services 53)

·        10am: Eurozone Sept Markit PMI first read (Manuf 51.9, Services 50.6)

·        10.30am: UK Sept Markit PMI first read (Manuf 54, Services 55.9)

·        3.45pm: US Sept Markit PMI first read (Manuf 53.5, Services 54.5)

Global data – week ahead  

·        Thurs (Sept 24): ECB Economic Bulletin

SA – week ahead  

·        Thurs (Sept 24): Heritage Day (JSE closed)

·        Fri (Sept 25): RMI (FY)

 

 

 


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