Yuxin Bank: EUR/USD will remain in the 1.10-1.12 range. It is expected that EUR/USD will continue to trade in the 1.10-1.12 range, as foreign exchange traders are currently focusing on the Federal Reserve meeting this week. The Fed's expectations of a 25 basis point cut in interest rates are basically being digested by the market. If more easing policies are to be implemented in the coming quarters, it will further benefit the euro against the US dollar EUR/USD, especially after the European Central Bank's further easing policy is priced by the market. EUR/USD is currently trading at 1.1067.
The Minister of trade in India will work with the United States to resolve trade disputes over the past few months.
Deutsche Bank: Reduce the possibility of Britain leaving Europe without agreement on October 31 to 35%, up from 50%. Early elections are still our basic expectation.
Goldman Sachs: a shutdown for 2-6 weeks may cause the price of crude oil to fluctuate below US $75 / barrel by US $4-14 / barrel.
The euro rose 0.5% to 0.8897 against Sterling EUR/GBP in the day.
Goldman Sachs: A 25% increase in oil prices is expected to reduce demand by 400,000 barrels per day and 700,000 barrels per day in the next two quarters, respectively.
【quote】 the United States and Japan increased the two oil short line, WTI crude oil rose 8.1% during the day, at 59.34 U.S. dollars / barrel; crude oil rose 8.9% during the day and reported 65.60 yuan / barrel.
Spot gold once returned below $1,500 an ounce, down $13 from its intraday high, narrowing its rise to 0.8%, and is now trading at $1502.33 an ounce.
【Exchange Rate】 The onshore RMB closed at 7.0640 at 16:30 on September 16, up 242 points from the previous trading day.
【quote】 stocks rose earlier in oil shares, Denbury rose by 29.51%, Callon rose by more than 10%, SLB.N rose more than 5%, British Petroleum (BP.N) rose more than 4%, DNR.N (CVX.N) rose by nearly 4%, and Royale (RDS.A.N) rose 2.69%, ConocoPhillips (COP.N) rose by 6%, and Callon rose 2.17%; ExxonMobil oil. (XOM.N) rose more than 3%.
【Prices of edible agricultural products and means of production rose slightly last week】 According to the Ministry of Commerce monitoring, prices of edible agricultural products in the national market rose by 1% last week (9-15 September) compared with the previous week, and prices of means of production rose by 0.3% compared with the previous week. The wholesale price of meat increased by 4.1%, 2.2% and 1% respectively, with the wholesale price of pork, beef and mutton rising by 36.54 yuan, 64.54 yuan and 62.03 yuan per kilogram, respectively. Wholesale prices of poultry products rose slightly, of which eggs and white chicken prices were 11.54 yuan and 19.14 yuan per kilogram, respectively, up 2.4% and 2.5% respectively.
Gao Ling capital: China's PE institution has injected new development momentum into the real economy. Recently, relevant responsible persons of high altitude capital said that finance, as the blood of the real economy, is serving the real economy, and the capital market plays a leading role in the financial operation. In the meantime, the development of China's PE institutions is in the right time. In the field of further optimizing the overall market resources allocation, deepening the structural reform of the financial supply side, promoting the adjustment of industrial structure and the implementation of innovation strategy, it continuously provides primary kinetic energy, innovative kinetic energy and stable kinetic energy, and has become an important force to enhance China's economic resilience and enhance the vitality of the capital market. (China Securities and Exchange Network)
According to Yonhap, South Korea's Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Resources said that South Korea's crude oil imports will not be affected in the short term, but if the situation is long-term, crude oil supply or affected, the short-term volatility of international crude oil prices will also increase. The Ministry of Industry said it would monitor the impact of the incident on the domestic market and consumer prices and take necessary measures in advance. South Korea will also actively cooperate with the international community such as the International Energy Agency (IEA) to stabilize the international oil market.
German Foreign Minister Mass: The attack on Saudi oil fields will lead to an escalation of the threat situation.
According to Xinhua News Agency, at a press conference held by the Information Office of the State Council on the 16th, Fu Linghui, a spokesman for the National Bureau of Statistics, said that the National Bureau of Statistics would further examine and verify the data of the fourth economic census in September and October, and then publish the announcement of the economic census in due time. Distribution of main data results. On this basis, the total national economy in 2018 will be revised to further promote the unified accounting of regional GDP.
The Hang Seng Index futures rose 0.01% to 27058 at night.
GBP/USD fell 0.5% to 1.2428.
German economic minister ALT Maier: against the state guarantee to depositors will not have negative interest rates, at present, we have enough tools.
【news】 the central bank cut interest rates by 0.5 percentage points.
【Apple intends to fight against the EU's $14 billion sky-high tax bill】 Hong Kong Telecom News 16, Apple will fight in court this week against the world's largest tax case in an attempt to ease the hostility of EU antitrust executives against the Internet giant before the EU launches a new round of crackdowns on the company. Apple will say to the EU permanent court that it is the largest taxpayer in the world. But that's not enough for European Union competition commissioner Margrethe Vestage, who said in a 2016 ruling that the tax agreement between Apple (AAPL.O) and Ireland resulted in the company paying far less than other companies. The court must now weigh whether regulators should impose a record 13 billion euros ($14.4 billion) tax. He declined to comment before the hearing. The European Commission also declined to comment. Ireland expresses its "firm" disagreement with the EU