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New York, NY (PRWEB) September 23, 2009
TradeTheNews.com, the international leader in financial breaking news analysis, introduces a new market update feature for investors looking to stay abreast of rapidly changing global markets. Delivered via email, the updates cover North American, European and Asian - Each corresponding global market designation has a specialized piece that can be delivered up to five times a day and includes weekly wrap-ups.
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9/15/2009 Asian Market Update: Equities retreat from initial gains as Japan officials remain downbeat on economic outlook; AUD sinks on mixed RBA assessment, while Sterling outperforms on strong housing data
- Asian equity markets opened the day firmer, tracking the bullish reversal in Monday's US session as traders appeared to downplay concerns over protectionism that sank global markets overnight. However, the bullish bias petered out by mid-day, with bourses in Tokyo and Sydney retreating toward unchanged levels on a set of downbeat commentary from local officials as well as troublesome corporate developments in Australia's telecom sector. With just over 2 hours to go, Nikkei225 and S&P/ASX are still up about 0.2% after gaining as much as 1% in the opening hour. Taiwan and Korean markets are leading the way with over 0.5% gains, while Shanghai Composite is around unchanged following relative regional strength over the prior session. Ahead of the Tuesday open, S&P futures point to a slightly lower open, as retail sales, PPI, and a Bernanke speech at Brooking loom for the US session. <Continued>
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