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    ARGENTINA: Merval Falls 1.91%, Tracking ADRs



    Merval, the main index of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, tumbled 1.91% Tuesday, closing at 26,622.40 points in the first trading session of the week after a holiday in Argentina.

    Local papers tracked the losses posted Monday by the ADRs of Argentinean companies traded on Wall Street in the days previous to an election in which the market takes for granted the triumph of the President Mauricio Macri political group.

    The main candidates are in the final stretch of their campaigns. On Monday, Cristina Kirchner led a crowded rally in the Racing Club stadium, while Macri took part in an act with its allies in Ferro.

    The shares of Galicia (+0.26%) and Petrobras (+0.11%) rose, while Pampa (-4.89%), Costanera (-4.24%), Agrometal (-3.51%), Comercial del Plata (-3.38%), and Petrolera Pampa (-3.38%) fell.

    The locally traded U.S dollar closed down 0.08%, at 17.33 Argentinean pesos, reversing an early rise, also under pressure of the electoral week.

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    Carney Confirms Rate Hike Imminent as Inflation Hits Multi-Year High



    Governor Mark Carney reaffirmed that the Bank of England is close to making its first rate hike move in more than 10 years, as inflation reach 3 percent and another official said that the UK economy is near an inflection point.

    The head of the BOE and the two newly appointed members of the central bank's rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee indicated that the dissolution of economic slack is their main consideration as they prepare for a November 2 meeting decision during their testimonies to lawmakers. The addresses coincided with the release of a report indicating consumer prices accelerating at its fastest rate since April 2012.

    Carney stated that since the BOE had used up more spare capacity and due to increasing inflationary pressures in the UK, majority of the members of the governing committee believe that a rate hike in the following month may be fitting.

    The BOE leader professed that while CPI growth is near its tipping level, it's more likely than not to accelerate once more this month. In turn, this would bring CPI to a more than full percentage point above BOE's 2 percent target.

    Meanwhile, MPC member Silvana Tenreyro said that the BOE may soon need to move, but put an emphasis that the move may occur in the coming months as the economy reaches its tipping point.

    A main concern for policymakers is that the economic slack that can hurt price pressures may soon be undermined. Jobless rate is at a historic low and uncertainty surrounding Brexit threatens to affect output.

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    Japan Has Y670.2 Billion Trade Surplus In September



    Japan had a merchandise trade surplus of 670.2 billion yen in September, the Ministry of Finance said on Thursday.

    That beat forecasts for a surplus of 556.8 billion yen following the downwardly revised 112.6 billion yen surplus in August (originally 113.6 billion yen).

    Exports climbed 14.1 percent on year, missing forecasts for a gain of 15.0 percent and down from 18.1 percent in the previous month.

    Imports picked up an annual 12.0 percent versus expectations for 14.7 percent and down from 15.2 a month earlier.

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    European Markets Advanced on Third-Quarter Earnings Reports



    European markets finished higher on Wednesday as investors focused on the recent batch of earnings and economic data releases.

    The pan-European Stoxx 600 rose nearly 0.29 percent, with most sectors and major bourses in positive territory.

    Politics continued to persist in the background, as investors await recent news on Brexit and Catalonia.

    Spain's IBEX stretched out losses following news reports that showed Catalonia refuses to give in to the Spanish government's demand of renouncing its independence.

    Autos, food and beverages and media stocks were among the best performers on Wednesday.

    UK consumer goods maker Reckitt Benckiser dropped over one percent after it trimmed its full-year comparable sales forecast and announced a company overhaul following a "soft" third quarter.

    The UK's second largest grocer Sainsbury's declined 1.2 percent after Sky News reported that the company will cut 2,000 store and back office jobs in an effort to cut costs amid rising competition.

    Dutch chemicals group Akzo Nobel reported its third-quarter results, with the company expecting upbeat developments for the EMEA region (except for the U.K.) and North America going forward. However, it revealed that "headwinds" are expected to continue. Shares of Azko Nobel fell 1.84 percent.

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently charged Australian-British miner Rio Tinto and two of its former top executives with fraud. The SEC said that the execs had inflated the value of coal assets in Mozambique, which was acquired for $3.7 billion and sold years later for $50 million, according to a report from Reuters. Rio Tinto shares dropped nearly three percent.

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    Malaysia's Inflation Accelerates In September



    Malaysia's inflation accelerated as expected in September, figures from the Department of Statistics revealed Friday.

    Consumer prices climbed 4.3 percent year-on-year in September, faster then the 3.7 percent rise seen in August. The rate came in line with expectations.

    Among components, transport costs showed a significant growth of 15.8 percent. At the same time, food and non-alcoholic beverages, which accounted 30.2 percent in the CPI weights, climbed 4.6 percent.

    On a monthly basis, inflation eased to 0.3 percent from 0.9 percent in August. Likewise, based on a seasonally adjusted term, the overall consumer price index for September grew 0.3 percent.

    During January to September, the CPI registered an increase of 4 percent from the same period last year.

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