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* China to stop building coal-fired power plants abroad* Xi’s announcement could impact 44 projects in Asia, Africa* China’s domestic coal power programme still expandingSHANGHAI/SINGAPORE, Sept 22 (Reuters) - China’s pledge to stop building coal-fired power plants overseas could cull $50 billion of investment as it slashes future carbon emissions, analysts said, although Beijing’s own domestic coal programme is still propping up the dirty fossil fuel. Beijing is the largest source of financing for coal power plants globally, and Xi’s announcement will have a far-reaching impact on coal power expansion plans in countries like Bangladesh, Indonesia, Vietnam and South Africa. China’s pledge followed similar moves by South Korea and Japan this year, turning off the taps of the last three major public financiers of overseas coal power plants. While Xi has promised to “strictly control” new domestic coal power capacity over the 2021-2025 period, the country will not begin to reduce coal consumption until 2026. “With the new direction set for overseas coal, China needs to work harder now on its domestic coal addiction,” said Li Shuo, senior climate advisor at Greenpeace.
Persons: Xi Jinping, , , Christine Shearer, “ We’ll, Joe Biden, Yan Qin, Xi, Li Shuo Organizations: United Nations General Assembly, United Nations, Global Energy Monitor, GEM, Reuters, Bank of, COP26, United, United Arab Emirates, Boston University Global Development, , Greenpeace Locations: China, Asia, Africa, SHANGHAI, SINGAPORE, Beijing, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Vietnam, South Africa, U.S, Bank of China, South Korea, Japan, Nations, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Serbia, United Arab
Taiwanese shares sank almost 2%, while Chinese stocks fell to a near three-week low. Markets had already begun to stabilise on Tuesday as analysts downplayed the potential fallout from the property developer's debt crisis and saw that relief seep into Wednesday. In a week flush with central bank meetings, a report from Philippines' Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is due on Thursday. ** The top gainer on the Jakarta stock index was Andalan Sakti Primaindo, up 34.6%. ** The top loser on the Singapore benchmark was Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, down 2.8%.
Persons: Shashwat Awasthi, China Evergrande's, ines, Simon Cameron, Moore Organizations: Bank Indonesia, Fed, DBS, Malaysian, ng Pilipinas, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, JK Locations: Philippines, Taiwan, China, Singapore, Manila, Jakarta, Asia, Japan, India
Kavak Chief Executive Carlos Garcia poses for a photo at used autos platform Kavak in Mexico City, Mexico, August 25, 2020. Founded nearly five years ago in Mexico, Kavak expanded to Argentina in 2020, before landing in Brazil this year, which it described as its largest market. The company will most likely focus next on expanding to emerging markets beyond Latin America, CEO Garcia told Reuters, noting that announcements could come within six months. Kavak says it now has 5,000 employees across Latin America. Chinese consumer habits closely resemble those in Latin America, Garcia said.
Persons: Carlos Garcia, Edgard Garrido, Kavak, Catalyst, Peter Thiel's, Japan's SoftBank, Garcia, Cassandra Garrison, Matthew Lewis Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, U.S, SoftBank Group Corp, Fund, Sea Ltd, Tiger, Ribbit, Kavak, Global Inc, Thomson Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, MEXICO, America, Singapore, House, Argentina, Brazil, Latin America, United States, U.S
Founded nearly five years ago in Mexico, Kavak expanded to Argentina in 2020, before landing in Brazil this year, which it described as its largest market. The company will most likely focus next on expanding to emerging markets beyond Latin America, CEO Garcia told Reuters, noting that announcements could come within six months. Kavak says it now has 5,000 employees across Latin America. We’re starting to see this early trend in Latin America, we think it’s going to be a huge driver for Kavak in the next few months,” Garcia said. Chinese consumer habits closely resemble those in Latin America, Garcia said.
Persons: Carlos Garcia, Kavak, Catalyst, Peter Thiel’s, Japan's SoftBank, Garcia, , , ” Kavak, ” Garcia, Cassandra Garrison, Matthew Lewis Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Reuters, U.S, SoftBank Group Corp, Fund, Sea Ltd, Tiger, Ribbit, Kavak, Inc Locations: MEXICO, America, Mexico, Singapore, House, Argentina, Brazil, Latin America, United States, U.S
COLUMN-Dollar smiling from ear to ear - Mike Dolan
  + stars: | 2021-09-22 | by ( Mike Dolan | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +5 min
The other big event of the week, the Federal Reserve’s latest policymaking meeting, provides alternative fuel for the currency. On the left side of the smile, they see growing angst that world growth has peaked, policy support is being withdrawn, global stocks are overstretched and there are “mounting global tail risks” from China and related geopolitical fears. This real rate view makes sense to those who see inflation expectations and growth potential dominating a currency’s fortunes. Morgan Stanley’s Matthew Hornbach and team also see the dollar lifted further by the rising real rate view. “The September FOMC may be a key catalyst driving U.S. (real) yields higher, which we expect to boost the dollar broadly,” they wrote this week.
Persons: it’s, JPMorgan’s Paul Meggyesi, , Morgan Stanley’s Matthew Hornbach, Organizations: Reuters, U.S ., Deutsche Bank, Bitcoin, Swiss, JPMorgan, , Treasury, U.S, Fed Locations: China, MSCI’s, it’s, “ U.S, Germany, Europe, Japan
UNITED NATIONS — Chinese leader Xi Jinping said on Tuesday that China would not build new coal-fired power projects abroad, using his address at the United Nations General Assembly to add to pledges to deal with climate change. And I’m absolutely delighted to hear that President Xi has made this important decision," Kerry said in a statement. "It is clear the writing is on the wall for coal power. I welcome President Xi’s commitment to stop building new coal projects abroad — a key topic of my discussions during my visit to China," he said on Twitter. Xi spoke after U.S. President Joe Biden gave his first United Nations address.
Persons: Xi Jinping, Xi, António Guterres, John Kerry, Kerry, We’ve, Alok Sharma, Xi’s, Joe Biden, Biden, China's ascendance, Qilai Shen, Donald Trump, Justin Guay, Guterres Organizations: UNITED, United Nations General Assembly, NBC, United, Twitter, U.S, United Nations, Bloomberg, Getty, Sunrise, Congress Locations: China, Paris, South Korea, Japan, Glasgow, Scotland, Tongling, United States, Beijing
REUTERS/Jonathan BarrettLONDON, Sept 22 (Reuters) - More than 150 leading companies and organisations including oil majors and port authorities on Wednesday called for the global shipping industry to be fully decarbonised by 2050, urging governments to step up action warning time was limited. With about 90% of world trade transported by sea, global shipping accounts for nearly 3% of the world's CO2 emissions and the sector is under growing pressure to get cleaner. UN shipping agency the International Maritime Organization (IMO), has said it aims to reduce overall greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ships by 50% from 2008 levels by 2050, but industry groups are calling for accelarated action from governments. "Policymakers have a historic opportunity to accelerate this process by introducing a global carbon levy on marine fuels, to drive decarbonisation and incentivise investment in zero emissions fuels and vessels," said Jeremy Weir, CEO of trading company Trafigura. (This story has been refiled to correct typographical error in headline)Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jonathan Barrett LONDON, Hugo De, Jeremy Weir, Moller, Hapag Lloyd Organizations: REUTERS, UN, International Maritime Organization, World Economic, Global Maritime Forum, Maersk, MSC, BP, Royal, Shell, BHP, Rio Tinto, Cargill, Bunge, Panama Canal Authority, Thomson Locations: Japan, Apia, Paris, Rio, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Panama
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Stocks found support and U.S. futures lifted in relief on Wednesday after teetering developer China Evergrande said it would pay some bond interest due on Thursday, allaying fears of an imminent and messy collapse that had spooked investors. FILE PHOTO: An investor sits in front of a board showing stock information at a brokerage office in Beijing, China, December 7, 2018. S&P 500 futures reversed an early loss to trade slightly higher after Evergrande pledged to pay the scheduled coupon on a yuan bond that is due on Thursday. [FRX/]Moves were capped ahead of Wednesday’s Fed meeting, however, and the dollar was firm at $1.1727 against the euro. [MET/L][O/R]Brent crude futures were last up 0.9% at $75.02 a barrel and U.S. crude rose 1% to $71.18.
Persons: Stocks, China Evergrande, allaying, Thomas Peter, Evergrande, Treasuries, , Ryan Felsman, Lehman, Powell, Tapas Strickland, Gold Organizations: REUTERS, Federal Reserve, Japan’s Nikkei, Rabobank, Australian, Fed, Treasury, Australia, Brent Locations: SINGAPORE, China, Beijing, Taiwan, Asia, Pacific, Japan, Hong Kong
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Stocks found relief on Wednesday after teetering developer China Evergrande said it would be able to pay a coupon on one of its bonds, easing some market jitters, however, the Federal Reserve’s looming policy decision kept investors cautious. That weighed on MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan, which fell 0.3%, however, Australia was higher. S&P 500 futures were last up 0.2%. [FRX/]Moves were capped ahead of Wednesday’s Fed meeting, however, and the dollar was flat against the euro, with the risk of a hawkish Fed supporting the dollar. Most analysts think the Fed will not go into detail about its tapering plans but say risks lie in board members’ “dot plot” of rates projections.
Persons: Stocks, China Evergrande, Thomas Peter, , Rob Carnell, Evergrande, Lehman, Powell, Tapas Strickland, Gold Organizations: Federal, REUTERS, People’s Bank of, Shanghai, Japan’s Nikkei, ING, Treasury, Rabobank, Fed, Australia, Brent Locations: SINGAPORE, China, Beijing, People’s Bank of China, Asia, Pacific, Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore
The dollar index stood at 93.226 in early Asian trade, staying not far off Monday’s one-month high of 93.455. The euro changed hands at $1.1725, having stabilised at a one-month low of $1.1700 on Monday. The dollar traded at 109.165 yen, near the low end of its trading range since mid-August. Ahead of the onshore trading, the Chinese yuan was on the defensive at 6.4845 per dollar in the offshore trade, near one-month low of 6.4878 set on Monday. Elsewhere, the Canadian dollar stood little changed, having pared the gains made on Tuesday after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals won a tightly-contested election.
Persons: , Tohru Sasaki, JP Morgan, Evergrande, Powell, Morgan’s Sasaki, Justin Trudeau’s Organizations: The Bank of, JP, U.S . Federal Reserve, Canadian Locations: TOKYO, The Bank of Japan, U.S, United States
A Japanese national flag flies while a pedestrian walks past the Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Wednesday but offered a bleaker view on exportsand output, reinforcing expectations the bank will maintain its massive stimulus even as major counterparts eye a withdrawal of crisis-mode support. "Exports and factory output continue to increase, although they are partly affected by supply constraints," the central bank said in a statement announcing the decision. That was a gloomier view than in July, when it said exports and output "continued to increase steadily." "The downgrade in exports and output may be a prelude to a cut in the BOJ's overall economic assessment," she said.
Persons: Naomi Muguruma, Mitsubishi UFJ, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley, Haruhiko Kuroda Organizations: Bank of Japan, The Bank of Japan, Mitsubishi, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Locations: Tokyo, Japan, Southeast Asia
CANBERRA, Sept 22 (Reuters) - An Australian-EU trade deal would be mutually beneficial and allow EU members a greater presence in the Indo-Pacific, said Australia's trade minister, as Canberra tries to repair ties with Paris after the scrapping of a $40 billion submarine deal. In solidarity with France, EU lawmakers have publicly questioned whether a trade deal with Australia could be possible. Australia's Minister for Trade Dan Tehan on Wednesday urged the EU to progress ahead with a trade deal. Australia and the EU are set to hold the next round of talks on a trade deal on Oct 12. Morrison is in the United States to attend the quadrilateral security dialogue, made up of India, Japan, the United States and Australia - which convenes later this week.
Persons: Navy's Collins, Waller, Collins, Trade Dan Tehan, Tehan, Scott Morrison, Charles Michel, Morrison, Joe Biden, Emmanuel Macron, Colin Packham, Michael Perry Organizations: Royal, EU, Canberra, Paris, France's Naval Group, U.S, Trade, Wednesday, United Nations, Australia's, Thomson Locations: Sydney Harbour, CANBERRA, Australian, EU, Australia, France, United States, Canberra, Washington, New York, India, Japan
A man wearing a protective mask walks past the headquarters of the Bank of Japan amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Tokyo, Japan, May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File PhotoTOKYO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Wednesday but offered a bleaker view on exports and factory output, as Asian factory shutdowns caused supply-chain disruptions for some manufacturers. As widely expected, the BOJ maintained its short-term interest rate target at -0.1% and that for 10-year government bond yields around 0%. "Exports and factory output continue to increase, although they are partly affected by supply constraints," the central bank said in a statement announcing its policy decision. In July, the BOJ said exports and output continue to increase steadily.
Persons: Kim Kyung, Leika Kihara, Tetsushi Kajimoto, Daniel Leussink, Chang, Ran Kim Organizations: Bank of Japan, REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan
The central bank will begin accepting applications on Wednesday from financial institutions seeking to tap the new scheme. After the December disbursement, loans will be offered about twice a year, the BOJ said in a statement. The central bank decided on the details of the scheme during its two-day rate review, which ended on Wednesday. In July, the BOJ laid out an outline of the climate scheme under which it will offer zero-interest loans that can be rolled over until 2030 to banks that boost green and sustainable loans. read moreSince then, the central bank has been exchanging views with financial institutions to sort out details, such as disclosure rules and frequency of market operations.
Persons: Kim Kyung, BOJ, Leika Kihara, Tetsushi Kajimoto, Daniel Leussink, Chang, Ran Kim, Ana Nicolaci da Organizations: Bank of Japan, REUTERS, TOKYO, Bank of, Task Force, Financial, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, Bank of Japan, Ana Nicolaci da Costa
India slammed the U.K.'s decision to exclude vaccinated Indian travelers from its new travel guidelines, calling it "discriminatory" and warning of reciprocal measures. The British government will next month allow fully vaccinated travelers from a list of countries to skip quarantine upon arrival — but Indians who are fully vaccinated will still need to be quarantined. The U.K. last week eased travel restrictions for fully vaccinated individuals from 17 countries and territories, including Japan and Singapore, saying they would not have to stay in quarantine for 10 days after arriving in England. The approved vaccines are: Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna or Janssen. It has been approved for emergency use by the World Health Organization.
Organizations: AstraZeneca, Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna, Janssen, Oxford University and British, Swedish pharma, Serum Institute of India, World Health Organization Locations: India, British, Japan, Singapore, England, Oxford
Marketmind: Some relief - but how long will it last?
  + stars: | 2021-09-22 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
Relief is at hand for markets on Wednesday, after China's Evergrande said it would make a domestic bond coupon payment. And with the U.S. Federal Reserve set to conclude its two-day meeting later on Wednesday, perhaps this week's market excitement is not over yet. For the Fed, weaker-than-anticipated jobs numbers have already dampened expectations it will announce an imminent start to tapering bond-buying stimulus. It might however clear the way for tapering later this year and show in updated projections whether higher-than-expected inflation or a resurgent coronavirus pandemic is weighing more on the economic outlook. - European earnings: Playtech, IG Group- U.S. earnings: NikeReuters Graphics Reuters GraphicsReporting by Dhara Ranasinghe; editing by Sujata RaoOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: China's Evergrande, Evergrande, mulling, UK's Entain, Sam Woods, Dhara, Sujata Rao Organizations: U.S . Federal, Bank of, Republicans, IG Group, Nike Reuters Graphics Reuters, Thomson Locations: Dhara, Bank of Japan, China, Brazil
TOKYO (Reuters) -The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Wednesday but offered a bleaker view on exports and output, reinforcing expectations the bank will maintain its massive stimulus even as major counterparts eye a withdrawal of crisis-mode support. “Exports and factory output continue to increase, although they are partly affected by supply constraints,” the central bank said in a statement announcing the decision. “The BOJ probably thinks the supply-chain disruption and global chip shortages will be resolved sooner or later. “The downgrade in exports and output may be a prelude to a cut in the BOJ’s overall economic assessment,” she said. Weak inflation has also reinforced expectations the BOJ will lag other major central banks in dialing back stimulus.
Persons: Kim Kyung, , Naomi Muguruma, Mitsubishi UFJ, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley, Haruhiko Kuroda Organizations: Bank of Japan, REUTERS, Mitsubishi, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Locations: TOKYO, Tokyo, Japan, Southeast Asia
From 2001 through April, about 66,000 Afghan military and police members were killed in Afghanistan, alongside 2,448 U.S. service members. The abrupt U.S. exit from Afghanistan likely forced the Afghan military to fight under unfamiliar conditions, ultimately leading to collapse — and the humanitarian catastrophe we are now witnessing. Our military allies in both countries simply do not know how to fight effectively on more conventional battlefields without U.S. support. If we are willing to maintain huge troop numbers to support our allies in Europe and East Asia, then why not even a small footprint in the Middle East? Indeed, if we are willing to maintain huge troop numbers to support our allies in Europe and East Asia, then why not even a small footprint in the Middle East?
Persons: Joe Biden, ” Biden, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Trump, quagmire, , “ Biden, Biden, Bashar al, Assad, Organizations: United Nations General Assembly, Afghan, U.S ., Islamic State, ISIS, Iraqi, Kurdistan Regional Government, Global Coalition, United, Syrian Democratic Forces, Coalition, NATO, East Locations: Afghanistan, , United States, U.S, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Russia, China, Iraq, United, Iraqi, Syria, Kobani, Turkish, Kabul, Europe, East Asia, North Korea, East
MSCI’s gauge of stocks across the globe edged up 0.13%, following Monday’s biggest percentage drop in two months. The Cboe Volatility Index fell 1.35 points to 24.36 after hitting a four-month high a day earlier. In currency trading, the dollar index fell 0.012%, with the euro down 0.03% to $1.1722. Benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury notes last fell 5/32 in price to yield 1.3243%, from 1.309% late on Monday. U.S. crude settled up 0.4% at $70.56 per barrel and Brent settled at $74.36, up 0.6% on the day.
Persons: Wall, DAX, China Evergrande, Price, , Chuck Carlson, , Germany’s DAX, Justin Trudeau’s, Edward Moya, Brent Organizations: China, Horizon Investment, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Federal, Treasury Locations: U.S, Britain, Japan, Europe, Evergrande, Beijing, Hammond , Indiana, Central, United States, New York
European indexes rose solidly while Wall Street’s main gauges were gaining in afternoon trade. “There are still issues that the market is dealing with,” said David Joy, chief market strategist at Ameriprise Financial in Boston. The Cboe Volatility Index retreated after hitting a four-month high a day earlier, last down 2.25 points to 23.46. The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 1%, with Germany’s DAX rising 1.4%. In currency trading, the dollar index fell 0.053%, with the euro up 0.02% to $1.1727.
Persons: DAX, Price, , David Joy, Germany’s DAX, Justin Trudeau’s, Edward Moya, Brent Organizations: U.S ., China, Financial, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Federal Locations: Britain, Japan, Evergrande, Beijing, Boston, Central, United States, New York
MSCI’s gauge of stocks across the globe gained 0.19%, following Monday’s biggest percentage drop in two months. European indexes rose solidly while Wall Street vacillated in early trade. The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.74%, with Germany’s DAX up 1.3%. Canada’s main stock index gained as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s limited victory in the federal election raised hopes that his government would keep the stimulus taps open. In currencies, the dollar index rose 0.025%, with the euro down 0.03% at $1.1721.
Persons: Germany’s DAX, Price, , David Joy, Justin Trudeau’s, Stephen Miller, Brent Organizations: U.S ., China, Financial, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Federal, Treasury Locations: U.S, Europe, Britain, Japan, Evergrande, Beijing, Boston, Central, United States, .
Investors pointed to the broadly positive market backdrop with central bank money-printing and the recovery in the world economy post-pandemic as reasons to stay bullish. MSCI’s index of world stocks edged up 0.14%, having plunged 1.6% on Monday. Evergrande shares fell 0.4% as focus now shifts to Thursday when the company is due to make bond interest payments. The OECD said it was too early for governments and central banks to withdraw exceptional support for their economies. Central banks will likely be watching gas price moves, with sharp price increases possibly exacerbating inflation risks and hurting the economic recovery.
Persons: , , Angelo Meda, Hong, Evergrande, Hui Ka Yuan, Stephen Miller Organizations: Wall, Nasdaq, SIM, Japan’s Nikkei, BHP, Rio Tinto, Fed, Treasury, OECD, Brent Locations: Britain, Japan, U.S, Milan, China’s, Beijing, United States, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese land prices fell for the second straight year as the country’s closed borders and state of emergency curbs to combat the coronavirus pandemic hit demand for new restaurants and hotels, an annual government survey showed. Overall property prices in the world’s third-largest economy fell 0.4% in the year to July after last year’s 0.6% decline, which was the first fall in three years, a land ministry survey showed on Tuesday. Residential land prices, which have been falling for nearly three decades due to Japan’s shrinking population, slid 0.5% after a 0.7% decline in the previous year, the survey showed. The decline stands in contrast to a troubling surge in property prices in many other industrialised nations such as Australia, where home prices rose a record 6.7% in April-June despite low economic growth. “We’re continuing to see prices fall as profitability plummets, demand shrinks and the outlook darkens due to the pandemic,” a land ministry official told a briefing.
Persons: Kim Kyung, “ We’re Organizations: REUTERS, Japan’s Locations: TOKYO, Tokyo, Japan, Australia, Osaka
Other equities in the region rebounded from steep losses seen in the previous session, even as worries about the impact of debt troubles at China Evergrande loomed. Jakarta's benchmark index trimmed losses to trade 0.3% lower by 0730 GMT and the rupiah was about flat. Indonesia has been on a tentative path to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in recent weeks. "We believe that BI will keep rates untouched for the balance of 2021 given the current inflation and growth situation." ** Top loser on the Jakarta stock index is Capitol Nusantara Indonesia, down 7%.
Persons: Awasthi, China Evergrande, Perry Warjiyo, Warjiyo, Nicholas Mapa, ines, Shashwat Organizations: Indonesia, U.S . Federal Reserve, Bank Indonesia, U.S, BI, ING, Capitol Nusantara, AQ Estate, JK Locations: China, Indonesia, Java, Bali, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore recouped, Taiwan, South Korea, Jakarta, Capitol Nusantara Indonesia, Asia, Japan, India
The STOXX index of Europe’s biggest shares rose 0.6% while Wall Street futures rebounded 1% after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq suffered their biggest daily percentage drops since May on Monday. German and U.S. government bonds, in heavy demand amid the stock market selloff of Monday, saw yields slip 2-3 basis points respectively. MSCI’s index of world stocks was flat, having plunged 1.6% on Monday. Evergrande shares fell 4% as focus now shifts to Thursday when the company is due to make bond interest payments. Australian stocks rose 0.35% as miners BHP and Rio Tinto attempted to bounce back from nine-month troughs hit on Monday amid demand fears.
Persons: , , Angelo Meda, Hong, Evergrande, Hui Ka Yuan, Stephen Miller Organizations: Nikkei, SINGAPORE, Wall, Nasdaq, SIM, Japan’s Nikkei, BHP, Rio Tinto, Fed, Treasury, Brent Locations: LONDON, U.S, Milan, China’s, United States, Britain, Japan, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland
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