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CANADA STOCKS-TSX set for worst day in over 2 weeks as energy stocks weigh
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
* The energy sector fell 1.1% as U.S. crude prices were down 0.4% a barrel, while Brent crude lost 0.6%. The industrials sector fell 0.7%. * On the TSX, 53 issues were higher, while 166 issues declined for a 3.13-to-1 ratio to the downside, with 88.85 million shares traded. * The most heavily traded shares by volume were Toronto-Dominion Bank, Royal Bank of Canada and Bank of Nova Scotia. * Across all Canadian issues there were 14 new 52-week highs and five new lows, with a total volume of 104.00 million shares.
Persons: Brent, Amal S, Ramakrishnan Organizations: Toronto Stock, Westshore, Investment Corp, TSX, BlackBerry Ltd, Shopify Inc, Dominion Bank, Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of Locations: United States, Toronto, Bank of Nova Scotia, Bengaluru
Slideshow ( 2 images )BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Nomura, Unicredit, Credit Agricole, JPMorgan, Citibank, Barclays, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank can take part in the next syndicated debt sale backing the European Commission’s up to 800-billion-euro ($950.7 billion) COVID-19 recovery fund, a Commission source said on Friday. The EU executive is still assessing the other two banks banned from bond sale, the source said.
Persons: Nomura Organizations: Unicredit, Credit Agricole, JPMorgan, Citibank, Barclays, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, EU Locations: BRUSSELS
CANADA FX DEBT-Canadian dollar extends weekly decline on Fed's hawkish shift
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Benchmark copper has fallen nearly 8% this week, while oil fell on Friday for a second straight session, down 0.30% at $70.83 a barrel. On Wednesday, the U.S. central bank signaled interest rate hikes could begin in 2023, sooner than previous guidance of 2024. The Canadian dollar was trading 0.3% lower at 1.2388 to the greenback, or 80.72 U.S. cents, after earlier touching its weakest level since April 28 at 1.2399. Domestic data showed new home prices rising in May at an annual rate of 11.3%, the largest increase since November 2006. Canadian government bond yields were higher across the curve, with the 10-year up 1.5 basis points at 1.409%.
Persons: Macklem, Fergal Smith, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: Canadian, U.S, Bank of Canada Locations: TORONTO, Canada, U.S
EU lifts ban on eight banks barred from bond sales
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Eight banks previously excluded from syndicated debt sales backing the European Commission’s up to 800-billion-euro ($950.7 billion) COVID-19 recovery fund will be allowed to take part in future issues, the EU executive said on Friday. FILE PHOTO: European Union flags flutter outside the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium May 5, 2021. The source said the reinstated banks were included in a request for proposals issued on Friday, a precursor to the next bond syndication for the recovery fund. The EU executive is still assessing the other two banks banned from the bond sale. “The eight banks have provided information that allow the Commission to conclude that their further exclusion from participation in syndicated transactions in EU bond issuance is not warranted,” the Commission said in an email.
Persons: Yves Herman, Nomura Organizations: EU, REUTERS, UniCredit, Credit Agricole, JPMorgan, Citigroup, Barclays, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, NatWest, European Union, Reuters, European Commission, EU Commission Locations: BRUSSELS, Brussels, Belgium, Natixis
European Union Lifts Bond-Sale Ban for Some Banks
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Anna Hirtenstein | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
The European Union lifted the ban against some banks that had been excluded from working on its bond sale earlier in the week. The banks had been penalized for those actions in 2019 and 2021. The banks that have been cleared will be eligible to work on future issuances and were informed on Friday, the European Commission, which is the trade bloc’s executive arm, said by email. “Their further exclusion from participation in syndicated transactions in EU bond issuances is not warranted,” it said. The program, the first major pan-European debt program, will eventually raise around €800 billion over five years.
Persons: Organizations: European Union, JPMorgan Chase &, Citigroup Inc, Bank of America Corp, Barclays PLC, Deutsche Bank AG, Nomura Holdings Inc, UniCredit SpA, Credit Agricole SA, EU, European Commission
Factbox: How central banks are responding to climate change
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
(Reuters) - The Bank of Japan unveiled a plan on Friday to boost funding for fighting climate change, a surprise move underscoring the growing importance of the issue for central banks. FILE PHOTO: The headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt, Germany, March 12, 2016. It has begun conducting more research on the economic implications of climate change. But Fed chair Jerome Powell is reluctant to go as far as other central banks on the issue, arguing that policies that tackle climate change head-on should be decided by elected officials. While he agreed climate change could have deep ramifications for inflation, employment, productivity and other economic measures, he told a conference in June: “Climate change is not something we directly consider in setting monetary policy”.
Persons: Kai Pfaffenbach, Jerome Powell, polluters, Yi Gang, Yi, Liu Guiping, Mark Carney, BoE, Thomas Jordan Organizations: Reuters, Bank of Japan, European Central Bank, REUTERS, FEDERAL, Fed, Network, Greening, CENTRAL BANK, ECB, BANK OF JAPAN, OF CHINA, OF, Bank of England, SWISS NATIONAL BANK, ZEALAND, Bank for International Settlements ’, Green Bond Fund Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, China, SWISS, SWEDISH, Alberta, Australia, Zealand, Bank for International Settlements ’ U.S
People are seen on Wall St. outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., March 19, 2021. His remarks came two days after Fed officials projected interest rate hikes as soon as 2023, even while vowing to keep up strong monetary support while the economy recovered. Following Bullard's comments, the U.S. dollar index jumped to 92.270, the highest in more than two months, and U.S. 10-year Treasury yields climbed back above 1.5% after Thursday's drop. The dollar was heading for its best week in nearly nine months as investors priced in sooner-than-expected ending to extraordinary U.S. monetary stimulus. Higher expectations of inflation continued to lift long-dated U.S. Treasury yields.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, James Bullard, Ned Rumpeltin, James McGlew, Thyagaraju Adinarayan, Andrew Galbraith, Tom Westbrook, Alexander Smith, Mark Potter Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Federal Reserve, U.S, Treasury, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Louis Federal Reserve, CNBC, TD Securities, Argonaut, Bank of England, Brent, Wednesday, Wednesday . U.S . West Texas, Thomson Locations: St, New York City, U.S, Europe, Perth, Wednesday .
On Friday, it fell further against both the dollar and the euro. It was on track for its worst week since September 2020. Versus the euro, it was down around 0.3% at 85.78 pence per euro, on track for a small weekly fall. British retail sales fell 1.4% between April and May as a lifting of lockdown restrictions encouraged spending in restaurants rather than shops. Indeed, there is a risk of protocols being triggered and tariffs being threatened more seriously,” wrote ING strategists in a note to clients.
Persons: , Simon Harvey, BoE, London’s, , Boris Johnson Organizations: Sterling, U.S, U.S . Federal, Fed, FX, Monex, Bank of England, European Union, EU, Ireland, , ING, Cable Locations: U.S ., British, Monex Europe, Britain, Northern Ireland, “ Brussels
On Friday, it fell further against both the dollar and the euro. It was on track for its worst week since September 2020. Versus the euro, it was down around 0.4% at 85.855 pence per euro, on track for a small weekly fall. British retail sales fell 1.4% between April and May as a lifting of lockdown restrictions encouraged spending in restaurants rather than shops. Indeed, there is a risk of protocols being triggered and tariffs being threatened more seriously,” wrote ING strategists in a note to clients.
Persons: , Simon Harvey, BoE, London’s, , Boris Johnson Organizations: LONDON, Sterling, U.S, U.S . Federal, Fed, FX, Monex, Bank of England, European Union, EU, Ireland, , ING, Cable Locations: U.S ., British, Monex Europe, Britain, Northern Ireland, “ Brussels
Dow Falls About 400 Points, on Track for Worst Week Since January
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Caitlin Ostroff | Paul Vigna | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
U.S. stocks retreated Friday, putting the Dow on track for its worst weekly performance since the end of January as traders warily eyed the Federal Reserve for hints of where monetary policy is headed. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 1.2%, or roughly 400 points. The index of blue-chip stocks had dropped 1.9% this week through Thursday, leaving it poised for its worst showing since it retreated almost 3.3% in the last week of January. Policy makers signaled Wednesday that they expect to raise interest rates by late 2023, sooner than they had previously anticipated. The Fed has faced more inflation than it expected, and policy makers need to be nimble, he added.
Persons: Louis, James Bullard Organizations: Dow, Federal Reserve, Dow Jones Industrial, Nasdaq, Federal Reserve Bank of St, CNBC, Fed
(Reuters) -Wall Street’s main indexes were set to open sharply lower on Friday after Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said inflation was stronger than anticipated and it would take the Fed several meetings to figure out how to pare back stimulus. FILE PHOTO: A street sign is seen in front of the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street in New York, February 10, 2009. The CBOE volatility index, Wall Street’s fear gauge, spiked to 20.60 points, its highest level since May 21 following his comments. ET, Dow e-minis were down 308 points, or 0.91%, S&P 500 e-minis were down 30.5 points, or 0.72%, and Nasdaq 100 e-minis were down 80 points, or 0.57%. Shares of banks including JPMorgan Chase & Co, Goldman Sachs Group Inc and Citigroup Inc fell as much as 1%.
Persons: Louis President James Bullard, pare, Eric Thayer, Bullard, , David Grecsek, Russell Organizations: Reuters, Federal Reserve Bank of St, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, CNBC, Dow e, Nasdaq, JPMorgan Chase &, Goldman Sachs Group Inc, Citigroup Inc, Transportation, International Inc, Mitsubishi HC Capital Inc Locations: New York
Dow Opens Lower, on Track for Worst Week Since January
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Caitlin Ostroff | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
U.S. stocks retreated Friday, putting the Dow on track for its worst weekly performance since the end of January. The index of blue-chip stocks had dropped 1.9% this week through Thursday, leaving it poised for its worst showing since it retreated almost 3.3% in the last week of January. The benchmark index is on track to end a three-week streak of gains. The Nasdaq Composite Index ticked 0.6% lower, as large technology stocks also fell at the opening bell. The Cboe Volatility Index, known as Wall Street’s “fear gauge,” climbed to its highest level since late May.
Persons: Louis, James Bullard Organizations: Dow, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Federal Reserve Bank of St, CNBC, Fed
Fed’s Bullard Pencils In Rate Increase in 2022
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Michael S. Derby | ) www.wsj.com + 0.95   time to read: +1 min
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said the economy is seeing more inflation than he and his colleagues had expected, and noted that while there is substantial uncertainty about the outlook, it could lead to a rate increase next year. “The inflationary impulse, I think, is more intense than we were expecting,” Mr. Bullard said. At the Fed meeting, officials projected 3.4% inflation this year, up from the 2.4% forecast made in March. Mr. Bullard also noted that Chairman Jerome Powell opened the door on Wednesday to a central bank debate on paring back on bond-buying stimulus efforts. The Fed is currently buying $80 billion per month in Treasury bonds and $40 billion per month in mortgage bonds to help smooth markets and provide stimulus beyond what its near-zero short-term rate target can deliver.
Persons: Louis President James Bullard, Bullard, , ” Mr, Jerome Powell Organizations: Federal Reserve Bank of St, CNBC, Mr
Sterling falls below $1.39, hurt by Fed and UK retail sales miss
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
The pound dropped against a strengthening dollar on Thursday after the Fed surprised markets by signalling it would raise interest rates and end emergency bond-buying sooner than expected. On Friday, it fell further against both dollar and euro. Versus the euro, it was down around 0.4% at 85.87 pence per euro, on track for a small weekly fall. British retail sales fell 1.4% between April and May as a lifting of lockdown restrictions encouraged spending in restaurants rather than shops. Stuart Cole, head macro economist at Equiti Capital, said that the retail sales data was the first significant piece of data to push back on the more upbeat tone that had been expressed by some BoE policymakers.
Persons: , Simon Harvey, Stuart Cole, BoE, ” Cole, London’s, , Elizabeth Howcroft, Robert Birsel Organizations: Sterling, U.S, U.S . Federal, Fed, FX, Monex, Bank of England, Equiti, European Union, EU, Ireland, , ING, Cable Locations: U.S ., British, Monex Europe, Britain, Northern Ireland, “ Brussels
Take Five: U.S. housing, the BoE and Tokyo’s Olympics preparations
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
The PHLX housing index of homebuilders and other housing-related stocks has retreated recently but remains one of this year's outperformers. Haldane has warned of inflationary pressure that might force the BoE to turn off its monetary stimulus taps. Analysts expect no changes to policy after the BoE last month said it would slightly slow the weekly pace of its bond purchases. Money markets price in more than 9 bps of BoE rate hikes by May 2022 -- doubling from the start of the week. A polarised and emotional country is watching as preparations for the Tokyo Olympics, due to start in a month, heat up.
Persons: homebuilding, Andy Haldane's, Haldane, BoE, It's, Yoshihide Suga, Lewis Krauskopf, Vidya Ranganathan, Saikat Chatterjee, Karin Strohecker, Dhara Ranasinghe, Kevin Liffey Organizations: Federal Reserve, BATON The Bank of England, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, Tokyo, PMI, China, bbl, Thomson Locations: U.S, Tokyo, Japan, United States, Australia, Britain, COVID, lockdowns, India, Brazil, Thailand, New York, Singapore
REUTERS/Toby Melville/File photoSummary UK retail sales fall 1.4% in May as consumers dine outTesco down as sale growth slowed in first quarterFTSE 100 down 1.9%, FTSE 250 off 1%June 18 (Reuters) - London's FTSE 100 index marked its worst session in over a month on Friday, dragged by weakness in financial and commodities-linked stocks, while data showed retail sales fell in May as Britons dined out more following a lifting of pandemic restrictions. The blue-chip FTSE 100 (.FTSE) ended 2.0% down and shed 1.7% this week, snapping a win streak of three consecutive weeks in gains. British retail sales fell unexpectedly by 1.4% last month as a lifting of lockdown restrictions encouraged spending in restaurants rather than shops, with food stores suffering the biggest hit. read moreBritain's biggest retailer Tesco (TSCO.L) also reported a sharp slowdown in underlying UK sales growth in its first quarter, sending its shares down 4.1%. The domestically focused mid-cap index (.FTMC) fell 1% dragged by retailers, industrials and financial stocks.
Persons: Toby Melville, Keith Temperton, Laith Khalaf, AJ Bell, Kin, Devik Jain, Subhranshu Sahu Organizations: London Stock Exchange Group, City of, REUTERS, Tesco, FTSE, Banking, BP, Royal, Shell, Forte Securities, U.S, U.S . Federal, Bank of England's, Bank of England, Aegon, Thomson Locations: City, City of London, Britain, U.S ., Bengaluru
REUTERS/StaffThe pan-European STOXX 600 index ended 1.6% lower in its worst day in five weeks, with bank and energy stocks leading declines. His comments came after the Fed signalled a hawkish tilt earlier this week, which had rattled risk-driven markets. Commodity markets were also hit by the Fed, with European energy stocks falling 2.9% on Friday, in line with lower oil prices. The sector had its worst week since the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020. Bank of Ireland tumbled 7% to the bottom of the STOXX 600, after it announced the sale of some non-performing mortgage exposures.
Persons: speedier, James Bullard, , Andrea Cicione, “ We’ve, DAX, Niemann Organizations: Reuters, Federal Reserve, REUTERS, Staff, European Union, AstraZeneca, Fed, Lombard, Bank of Ireland, Orphazyme, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, Tesco, Britain’s Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, United, U.S
Yields on Indonesia's 10-year benchmark bonds climbed 8.5 basis points to a two-month high. Riskier currencies, such as those of emerging markets, thrive on U.S. interest rates remaining low because they benefit from the interest rate differential that increases their appeal for carry trade. Philippine shares continued to unwind some of the more than 11% gain accumulated in recent weeks and fell half a percent. HIGHLIGHTS ** Top losers on the Jakarta stock index include Prima Globalindo Logistik down 8.5%, MegaPower Makmur and Bank IBK Indonesia down 7%. ** In the Philippines, top losers are BDO Unibank down 2.8%, LT Group down 2.7%, and SM Prime Holdings down 2.6%.
Persons: Shashwat Awasthi, South Korea's, Gareth Leather, Morgan Stanley, MegaPower, Shashwat, Sujata Rao, Shailesh Organizations: Bank of Japan, South, . Federal, Capital Economics, Malaysian, Globalindo, Bank IBK, BDO Unibank, LT Group, SM Prime Holdings, FX Locations: Indonesia, ., Jakarta, Asia, U.S, Philippine, MegaPower Makmur, Bank IBK Indonesia, Philippines, Japan, China, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Bengaluru
China set to keep lending benchmark LPR unchanged
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Four respondents expected an increase of 5 basis points to both tenors this month, while another two predicted a 5 basis points rate cut to the one-year LPR. The one-year LPR was last at 3.85%, and the five-year rate stood at 4.65%. Strong expectations for a steady LPR came as the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) kept borrowing cost on one-year medium-term lending facility (MLF) loans unchanged this week. “We believe the PBOC’s policy will decouple from the FOMC,” analysts at ANZ said in a note. The LPR is a lending reference rate set monthly by 18 banks.
Persons: LPR, , , Chen Jingyang, Winni Zhou, Stephen Coates Organizations: U.S . Federal Reserve, People’s Bank of China, Fed, ANZ, U.S . Federal, Reuters Locations: SHANGHAI, China, Guangdong, Beijing, Greater China, Reuters China
SYDNEY, June 18 (Reuters) - Australia’s central bank will bring forward its policy tightening cycle and start raising interest rates early in 2023, Westpac economists forecast in a change of view. “We now expect that the RBA will assess that it has achieved the conditions necessary for the first interest rate hike by the first quarter of 2023,” said Evans. He looked for an increase in the 0.1% cash rate of 15 basis points in Q1, followed by 25 basis points in Q2 and 25 basis points in Q4. The RBA has repeatedly stated a rate hike was unlikely before 2024 at the earliest. (Reporting by Wayne Cole; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)
Persons: Bill Evans, , Evans, Wayne Cole, Jacqueline Wong Organizations: SYDNEY, Westpac, Reserve Bank of Australia
COLUMN-Euro reserves rebuild - but not so fast :Mike Dolan
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Mike Dolan | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
A breakdown of bond buyers for the first 20 billion euros the EU’s 800 billion euro ‘Next Generation’ funding this week showed 23% were central banks. That’s slightly above the 21% who bought the 90 billion euros of debt backing the EU’s job support programme SURE over the past six months. The take up is encouraging with another 780 billion euros of the AAA-rated bonds to go - and this week’s initial target of 10 billion euros of 10-year bonds meeting 142 billion euros of bids, eventually doubling the size of the sale. It was as high as 72% as the euro was launched in 1999 and 66% just six years ago. NOT SO FASTBut not so fast on the euro at least, reckons Bank of America, which this week published a deep dive into reserve currency shifts.
Persons: it’s, Mellon, Geoffrey Yu, , ” BofA Organizations: Reuters, LONDON, Union, Social, , U.S ., , AAA, European Central Bank, International Monetary Fund, Wealth Fund, reckons Bank of America, ICE, EU, Bank for International Locations: Germany, United States, China, Russia
Juneteenth, Now a Federal Holiday, Puts Companies to Work on a Response
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Patrick Thomas | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
A key question for many companies has been whether to grant more paid time off at all. This week’s legislation to create the first federal holiday in nearly four decades came together quickly, prompting companies to make decisions about whether to give time now—or later—or offer a floating holiday or no time off. Some opted to make Friday or Monday a holiday, since June 19 falls on a weekend this year. Other employers said they would offer an extra flex day to take off later. Stanley Black & Decker said it would begin officially observing Juneteenth as a company holiday for all U.S. employees starting in 2022, but also quickly rolled out a companywide day off on Friday.
Persons: Biden, Stanley Black, Decker Organizations: Goldman Sachs, Inc, Bank of America Corp, Decker Inc, Ohio State University
In the spot market, onshore yuan opened at 6.4480 per dollar and eased to 6.4493, not far from a more than one-month low of 6.4498 hit a day earlier. If the spot yuan finishes the late night session by midday level, it would have lost 0.74% to the dollar for the week, the worst weekly performance since late September. By midday, the global dollar index fell to 91.845 from the previous close of 91.878, while the offshore yuan was trading at 6.4521 per dollar. Negative number indicates that spot yuan is trading stronger than the midpoint. The People's Bank of China (PBOC) allows the exchange rate to rise or fall 2% from official midpoint rate it sets each morning.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Biden, Winni Zhou, Andrew Galbraith, Kim Coghill Organizations: U.S . Federal Reserve, People's Bank of China, Traders, Fed, Citi, U.S, Reuters, RBC Capital Markets, Thomson Locations: SHANGHAI, U.S, China, . Washington
Avalanche of Options Trades Fuels Market Pullback
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Gunjan Banerji | Anna Hirtenstein | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Heavy options activity is amplifying this week’s frantic investor retreat from bets on stronger economic growth. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 3.4% for the week, its biggest decline in more than seven months. Spurring the selling were comments from Federal Reserve officials that have slightly stepped up investors’ expectations for future rate increases. The comments wrong-footed a market that had become obsessed with the threat of inflation. The 10-year yield fell as low as 1.441% Friday, down from around 1.58% last month, before settling at its lowest level since March.
Persons: Louis President James Bullard Organizations: Dow Jones Industrial, Cboe, Federal Reserve, Federal Reserve Bank of St, Treasurys
JGB yields slip in tandem with Treasuries while BOJ extends stimulus
  + stars: | 2021-06-18 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
TOKYO, June 18 (Reuters) - Japanese government bond (JGB) yields slid on Friday, tracking an overnight retreat in U.S. Treasury yields, while the Bank of Japan announced an extension of its pandemic-relief programme. The 10-year JGB yield fell 0.5 basis points to 0.055%, while the 20-year JGB yield declined 1.5 basis points to 0.430%. The 30-year JGB yield sank 1 basis point to 0.675% and the 40-year JGB yield dropped 1.5 basis point to 0.730%. Benchmark 10-year JGB futures added 0.07 point to 151.60. On Friday, the BOJ maintained its yield curve control targets set at -0.1% for short-term interest rates and around 0% for 10-year bond yields.
Persons: , Makoto Suzuki, Aditya Soni Organizations: Treasury, Bank of Japan, Okasan Securities, U.S . Federal Reserve, Tokyo Markets Locations: TOKYO, U.S
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