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Asian Stocks Gain Higher, Set for a Strong Week

Asian markets gain higher during opening, the dollar climbed above 111 yen Monday after Japan posted a surprise trade deficit for May.

The Nikkei Stock Average was up 0.6% in early trade, with a softer yen aiding a move back above 20,000 points. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 was up 0.5%, Korea’s Kospi SEU 0.6% and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index gained 1%.

 

 

In Japan, economists had expected a modest trade surplus for May. Instead, the country reported its first deficit since January. Still, local stocks shrugged off the report as the exports data in Japan continue to reinforce the growth story for Japan’s economy.

Japan’s exports increased 14.9% for May from a year earlier, the biggest rise since January 2015, marking the sixth consecutive month of increases. But the figure came in lower than an 18.2% increase expected by economists.

Asian market could find index provider MSCI's annual market classification review a key event to follow. MSCI will decide tomorrow whether to include a group of China A-shares in its main emerging market index.

If approved, it would give investors easier access to the China markets, create more liquidity for the shares and prompt funds all over the world to pour billions into the country's stocks. For China, acceptance by MSCI would mark a key step for Beijing as it seeks to open up its financial markets and attract foreign capital. 

 

While, oil prices pulled back in Asia after ending in positive territory last week. July Nymex was down 0.3% at $44.60 a barrel, while August Brent fell 0.2% to $47.25.

 

 

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Asian Markets Update

Japanese Yen rose 0.1 percent to 111.71 per dollar as of 9:17 a.m. in Tokyo, after dropping 0.3 percent on Thursday. Japan’s core consumer prices rose for a fourth month in April, the longest run of gains since mid-2015.

Topix slipped 0.3 percent, while Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index fell 0.6 percent. South Korea’s Kospi rose 0.2 percent.

 

Futures on Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index and those on the FTSE China A50 Index rose 0.1 percent.

West Texas Intermediate crude was flat at $48.90, after sinking 4.8 percent in the previous session.

 

AUD was flat after losing 0.7 percent on Thursday, declining along with the Canadian dollar and the kiwi.

Currencies of countries heavily reliant on commodities as an export all suffered in the wake of the slide in raw materials.

 

 

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Stock Market Indices explained by Markets And You

Stock Market Indices explained by Markets And You - A typical successful FALLS trade.

Before getting started with Index Trading, you need to understand the basics of "what are Stock Market Indices?"

If you don’t know this terminology or understand how to define a Trade Index, then starting to trade the market will become like flipping a coin or even worse like choosing the red or black on the roulette table at the casino after you have had a few to many drinks. Chances are not good.

To help you get started with trading the market, specifically Index Trading, it is best to understand the terminology and how it fits into the big picture of the stock market.

Below are 5 short descriptions to help understand ‘what are Stock Market Indices explained by Markets And You.

1. Indices is the plural for an Index. An Index is the term used for a group of stock market publicly listed uppermost businesses within a region.
2. There are numerous Stock Market Indices within the world. Index Trading company, Markets And YOU focuses on analysing the following leading Indices: The Australian Index (ASX 200); The UK Index (FTSE100); The French Index (CAC40); The Dutch Index (AEX); The German Index (DAX), The Spanish Index (IBEX), The Euro 100 Index (EURO100), The Swiss Index (SMI), The Euro 50 Index (EURO50) and The Belgian Index (BEL20) just too name a few.
3. An Index will rise or fall as the average of all shares within this group change in value. This is called an Index indicator.
4. You never actually own an Index (as you would a stock), you can only ever take a ‘position’ on a particular Index, whether it will either RISE or FALL.
5. Taking a position on a Stock Market Index is a form of Binary Options trading.

Traditionally, the investors purchase the asset they invest in and the value of the profit and loss is determined upon the changing value of the purchased asset.

 

$10 10% $11

  Trade Amount      Direction        Percentage Gain                  Total Return on investment

 

In comparison - Index Trading allows you to profit from any Country’s stock market movement no matter if that market RISES or FALLS in value over any specific time period. This unique type of trading enables you to trade and profit in ALL market conditions. In addition to this, the ROI (Return on Investment) per trade is much higher and achieved much faster (usually over a 1-hour period) when compared to traditional Stock Market trading methods.

 

$10 88% $18

  Trade Amount          Direction          Percentage Gain                    Total Return on investment

 

If you intend to start Trading Stock Market Indices, do it with the assistance of an experienced trader and start learning how to trade an Index that is easy to follow. This may include a choosing a popular Index that is common to your own time period and will fit into your own schedule.
This way, whether you are working or retired you can still find the time to listen to your trainer and better understand how to place the trade. Never make an uneducated prediction based off old or non-interactive charts.
Trading Stock Market Indices needn’t be a tedious task.

Taking small steps will help you see positive results and your trading account rise. Limit the stress and risk by learning from an expert trading team such as Markets And YOU.

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