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    Germany-China ties unveil new venture



    As German Chancellor Angela Merkel is keen on deepening relations with China, the country's largest exchange announced a new venture aimed at bolstering financial connections between the two countries. Deutsche Boerse AG and China Foreign Exchange Trade System, under the new venture, will host interbank products, as well as renminbi-denominated currency and interest rate trading. The largest economy in Europe is obtaining its latest turn at establishing its ties with the second biggest economy worldwide a week following Chinese President Xi Jinping stayed at Buckingham Palace. Deutsche Borse Chief Executive Carsten Kengeter said the new project will fuel continued growth of the country's markets and economies, and strengthen the significance of Europe as an RMB offshore hub as well. To be called China Europe International Exchange, it is scheduled to begin trading on November 18, with China Financial Futures Exchange and Shanghai Stock Exchange as the other two partners.

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    Japan Inflation Flat On Year In September



    Consumer prices in Japan were flat on year in September, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications said on Friday. That matched expectations while slowing from 0.2 percent in August. Core inflation, which excludes the volatile costs of food prices, was down 0.1 percent on year. That was unchanged but beat forecasts for a decline of 0.2 percent. On a monthly basis, overall inflation added 0.1 percent while core inflation was flat.

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    Commodity investors see the end of plunge



    It took 21 months to overcome the decline following commodity prices plunged in 1997. After plummeting alongside the global economy in 2008, commodities touched the floor in only eight months. The Bloomberg Commodity Index has been declining for four years. The benchmark, from its most recent high in May 2011, is off by half and snapping its lowest levels of the 21st century. Investors are asking if the commodity prices have finally bottomed, and have expressed their woes the stock market is overhauled and bond prices are at risk of interest rate hikes. “It's top of mind for anyone looking at the market,” said Norbert Ruecker, Head of Commodities Research at Julius Baer. Many investors believe the plunge in commodities is over as prices are lower than the production cost. As a response, unprofitable producers are cutting back.

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    NZ Dollar Edges Up Against Most Majors



    The New Zealand dollar strengthened against most major currencies in the Asian session on Monday. The NZ dollar rose to 0.6785 against the U.S. dollar and 81.73 against the yen, from last week's closing quotes of 0.6768 and 81.65, respectively. Against the euro, the kiwi edged up to 1.6258 from Friday's closing value of 1.6241. If the kiwi extends its uptrend, it is likely to find resistance around 0.69 against the greenback, 83.00 against the yen and 1.61 against the euro.

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    Asian markets plunge ignited by weak Chinese data



    Asian markets plummeted Monday as China reported weak factory activities in October, fueling global growth concerns. Official figures showed the Caixin purchasing manager's index ended at 48.3 from 47.2 in September. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index tumbled 0.6%, while Japan's Nikkei retreated 1.7%. Hong Kong's Hang Seng China Enterprises Index slipped 0.4%. The Shanghai Composite Index lost as much as 1.6% to trade 0.1% higher. Global market woes ignited selling while the market became vulnerable to “profit-taking from last week's gains,” said Hikaru Sato, Senior Technical Analyst at Daiwa Securities.

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    Australia Keeps Rates Unchanged



    Australia's central bank maintained its record low interest rate for the sixth straight meeting on Tuesday as widely expected by economists. The policy board of the Reserve Bank of Australia left its cash rate unchanged at 2.00 percent. The bank had lowered the rates by 25 basis points each in February and May. Policymakers judged that the prospects for an improvement in economic conditions had firmed a little over recent months and that leaving the cash rate unchanged was appropriate at this meeting. Members noted that the outlook for inflation may afford scope for further easing of policy, should that be appropriate to lend support to demand. "The Board will continue to assess the outlook, and hence whether the current stance of policy will most effectively foster sustainable growth and inflation consistent with the target," the bank said in a statement.

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    Nasdaq 100 hits 15-year peak as US shares soar



    A broad advance in US shares jolted the Nasdaq 100 index above its July peak, another trace of recovery from the equity meltdown in summer. The index rose 1.2%, extending its advance from the August 25 low to 17%, making it the first major index of US stocks to regain a multiyear high reached earlier this year. Also, the Standard & Poor's 500 Index remains more than 1% from its May 21 high of 2,130.82. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 2.6%. Increases in the index have come from the largest computer and software firms. Amazon surged 35%, Microsoft leaped 32%, and Facebook added 24%. Apple Inc. has rallied 17% after it dropped 21% in the summer rout. US shares joined a global rally in stocks as manufacturing activity in China slowed, which subdued demand from equity investors looking for signs of strength elsewhere.

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    China Services PMI Rebounds In October - Caixin



    The services sector in China expanded again in October and at a faster pace, the latest survey from Caixin revealed on Wednesday with a PMI score of 52.0. That's up from 50.5 in September, and it moves further above the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction. Individually, new orders and employment were stronger, although business sentiment tumbled to a 10-year low. The composite index moved to 49.9, up from 48.0 in September.

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    Apple, Google, Microsoft uphold efforts to ease climate change



    Apple Inc., Google parent Alphabet Inc., and Microsoft Corp. are among the best companies doing their best to fight climate change. UK nonprofit CDP's 2015 Climate A List indicated the three US technology giants are among the 113 firms awarded an 'A' grade for their actions to ease heat-trapping emissions. The list was narrowed down to 1,997 companies worldwide that submitted data to the institution. The endeavors by Asahi Group Holdings Ltd. and Nedbank Group Ltd. reflected a growing trend by firms around the globe to bolster efforts to protect the environment. The CDP report added nine in 10 companies implement measures to cut greenhouse gases, up from less than half in 2010. We must act swiftly and boldly to contend with climate change, meaning change the way we manage business, holding ourselves responsible, and creating innovative solutions that drive a low-carbon economy,” said Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. Chief Executive Meg Whitman. The United Nations has pressed companies to come up with a global deal to counter the effects of climate change at a meeting in Paris next month.

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    BOJ warns prolonged China slowdown could affect exports



    Many Bank of Japan policymakers cautioned a prolonged slowdown among emerging economies could dent export, even if they voted not to bolster its monetary stimulus on October 6 and 7. Released Tuesday, the minutes of the rate review did not indicate the nine-member board actively deliberated on monetary easing. Many board members echoed Governor Haruhiko Kuroda's stance inflation is steadily accelerating, excluding the effect of lower energy costs. But the minutes showed the central bank must be wary of plunging currencies and stock prices of emerging economies, as well as plummeting commodity prices. The BOJ decided to withhold easing at both meetings, on October 6-7 and Oct. 30, hoping the Japanese economy will sustain a moderate recuperation and help push inflation to their 2% target.

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