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Asian stocks stumble, with the exception of the mercy of yet another voice of Reuters



A woman points to an electronic dashboard showing share prices as she puts ahead of the board following the opening ceremony of the New Year's Eve on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) held to Wants Japan Tokyo Stock Market to Succeed 19659002] A woman points to an electronic dashboard showing share prices as she puts on board after the opening ceremony of the New Year's Eve on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) held, to wish the success of the Japanese stock market in Tokyo stock markets collapsed on Wednesday as risky moods were in the markets while the lost pound expected its fate in anticipation of another Brexit parliamentary vote

MSCI's broadest MSCI index for non-Asian- Japan's () dropped 0.45 percent in slow trading, with the Shanghai blue chips () down 0.5 percent after two days of gains. The E-Mini futures for the S & P 500 were excluded by 0.2 percent, and the money spread was opening losses for major European exchanges.

Legislators voted against Brexit's modified May deal with 391

to 242 after Monday talks with EU chiefs reassure critics' concerns last minute

Parliament will vote later on Wednesday whether to leave the EU without deal, and if it fails, the next Thursday vote will decide whether to extend the deadline for Brexit.

"Today's vote seems sure to oppose the government," said David de Garris, National Economics and Market Director at the National Australia Bank.

"If it is accepted that Thursday's vote is a majority in favor of extending – as we expect – it is likely to be somewhat reassuring for sterling," he added. "This is still a rapidly moving environment with political pressure at an understandable extreme level "

The pound could have made some reassurance after a couple of sessions, the last value of which was $ 1.3089 and so far this week it had reached $ 1.3296 to $ 1.3017

USA INFLATION SLOWS [196599011] On Wall Street, Boeing Co (N 🙂 shed another 6.1% on its biggest two-day drop since June 2009, as (1969002) Boeing dropped Dow () by 0.38%, even the S & P 500 () rose 0.30%, and Nasdaq () was the first to start 737 MAX 8 aircraft after Sunday's catastrophe in Ethiopia, The US consumer price inflation slowed down to its lowest level since September 2016 at a level of 1.5 percent. ()

The US Fallback Inflation Report for February burned bonds while tarnishing the dollar.

The data only increased the expectations that the Federal Reserve will remain a patient with prices and may even sound better at its meeting next week. 10-year banknotes () fell to a 10-week low at 2,596% while the dollar slowed down to 97,000 () against a basket of currencies. The dollar fell to 111.28 while the euro was down to $ 1.1287 (), rebounding from a 20-month break from last week's $ 1.1174. [USD/]

In commodity markets, the decline in the dollar helped gold to reach its highest value in the past two weeks, with the latest profit of $ 1,305.09 an ounce

after a Saudi official said the kingdom is planning to cut oil exports in April while the US government cut its growth forecast for domestic crude oil. [O/R]

U.S. crude () confirmed 30 cents to $ 57.17 a barrel, while Brent crude () futures added 21 cents to $ 66.88.


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