MARKET UPDATE
U.S. Futures Point to a Lower Open, Adding to Two-Week Loss
Monday, 20 May 2019 17:40 WIB

U.S. stock-index futures erased earlier gains and fell again Monday following the S&P 500 Index™s first back-to-back weekly loss in 2019. Contracts on the S&P 500 Index dropped 0.2% as of 10:15 a.m. London time, after gaining as much as 0.5%, pointing to a lower opening. Nasdaq 100 futures dropped 0.3%, while those on the Dow Jones Industrial Average gauge fell 0.1%. In Europe, the...

ECONOMY
U.S. Retail Sales Unexpectedly Fall Amid Weak Auto Purchases
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 19:53 WIB

U.S. retail sales unexpectedly declined in April for the second time in three months, weighed down by soft sales of autos and building materials and suggesting consumer spending will remain subdued this quarter. The value of overall sales declined 0.2% after a 1.7% increase the prior month that was the strongest gain since 2017, according to Commerce Department figures released...

COMMODITY
Aussie Set For Biggest Rise in 2019 After Shock Election Win
Monday, 20 May 2019 16:00 WIB

The Australian dollar surged on Monday and is on track for its biggest rise this year as investors cheered a shock election win by Prime Minister Scott Morrison's conservative coalition, though mixed global stocks broadly weighed on risk appetite. The Aussie was last up 0.9% at $0.6926, having bounced from a four-month trough of $0.6865. It was briefly quoted as high as $0.6990 but dealers said...

GLOBAL
Australia Prime Minister Has 'Miracle' Election Win
Monday, 20 May 2019 18:22 WIB

Australia's prime minister went to his Pentecostal church Sunday after nailing a surprise victory Saturday in the country's general election. Polls had indicated that Scott Morrison and his conservative Liberal-National coalition government were sure to loose. The polls, however, were wrong. "I have always believed in miracles," Morrison told a cheering crowd...

FISCAL & MONETARY
RBA Slashes Near-Term Growth Outlook as Employment Key to Rates
Friday, 10 May 2019 08:57 WIB

Australia's central bank slashed its near-term growth outlook and is relying on persistent jobs market strength to cushion a property-driven downturn in household spending. The economy is expected to expand 1.75% in the year through June versus 2.5% seen three months earlier, and is then forecast to lift to 2.75% for the rest of the forecast period, the Reserve Bank said in...

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