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      European Shares Drop on Jitters over North Korea Nuclear Test



      News of North Korea's recent nuclear test pulled down European shares but failed to cause a huge selloff as investors appear to be used to geopolitical tensions.

      The pan-European STOXX 600 index and euro zone blue chips were both down 0.5 percent and all major bourses, from the UK's FTSE to France's CAC 40 posted losses from 0.3 to 0.8 percent.

      Uncertainty over the response to the recent North Korean test unnerved investors, leading to a jump in stock market volatility. Europe's volatility index rose 1.5 points.

      No sector in Europe closed in positive territory, stocks in the financial services industry had the worst day, slipping one percent.

      Advances in safe-haven assets, including gold, sent miners Randgold and Fresnillo higher by two and 2.9 percent respectively, while Polymetal acquired support from a JPMorgan upgrade to neutral from underweight.

      Technology stocks were one of the worst performers, closing 0.9 percent lower as a sector overall. Shares of Gemalto plunged to the bottom off the benchmark as Deutsche Bank, Kepler Cheuvreux, and Invest Securities trimmed their target price for the Dutch digital security company. Its shares closed ten percent lower.

      Pharma heavyweight Novartis dropped one percent as the group said its chief executive, Joseph Jimenez, would retire in 2018, and chief drug developer Vasant Narasimhan, 41, would run the company from February.

      UK specialty chemicals company Victrex rose 8.6 percent, notching a record peak after reducing its full-year tax guidance and saying Jakob Sigurdsson was joining the company as CEO-designate. Its shares were the highest advancers on the STOXX.

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      Singapore PMI Climbs To 53.2 In August - Nikkei



      Singapore's private sector continued to expand in August, and at a faster rate, the latest survey from Nikkei revealed on Wednesday with a PMI score of 53.2.

      That's up from 51.3 in July, and it moves farther above the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separates expansion from contraction.

      Individually, there were faster rises in both output and total new orders, although lower employment persisted.

      Firms cut prices despite rising cost inflation.

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      European Shares Close Lower, Pressured by Financials and N. Korea Tensions



      European shares edged lower on Tuesday, pulled down by declines in the heavyweight financial sector as jitters on North Korea remained and caution increased ahead of the European Central Bank policy meeting later this week.

      The pan-European STOXX 600 slipped 0.1 percent while euro zone blue chips fell 0.3 percent. In major bourses, Germany's DAX rose 0.18 percent, the U.K.'s FTSE 100 dropped 0.52 percent while France's CAC fell 0.34 percent.

      Banks reported the largest sector loss, with several Spanish and Italian lenders near the bottom of the sector's benchmark. Euro zone banks were an outstanding decliner, falling 1.6 percent to their lowest level in nearly 10 weeks, with the sector back in focus ahead of the ECB meeting.

      Shares in Banco Santander, BNP Paribas, UniCredit and Deutsche Bank all down between 1.7 and 1.9 percent. This comes despite an upgrade from UBS strategists of European lenders to overweight from neutral. They claim that the recent firming in the euro have made them more cautious on U.S.-exposed stocks but more upbeat on domestically exposed firms.

      Energy stocks were among the top-gaining sectors, higher by 0.56 percent with oil prices rebounding.

      Health stocks also gained, led by Germany's Merck KGAA, climbing 2.4 percent, which announced it was weighing on selling its consumer health business.

      French telecom company Orange and U.K. consumer goods firm Reckitt Benckiser finished near the bottom of the STOXX 600, lower by two percent and 2.7 percent respectively.

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      COLOMBIA: Colcap Rises 0.15%, Boosted Again By Bancolombia Performance



      Colcap, the main index of the Colombian Stock Exchange, rose 0.15% Wednesday, closing at 1,507.42 points, driven by oil prices abroad and Bancolombia's shares.

      Felipe Espitia, an analyst at Alianza Valores, said Bancolombia's shares rallied after yesterday's profit-taking to resume the bullish trend they had been showing since the end of last week, boosted by the rebalancing in the FTSE index, in which it will take part from September 15.

      Meanwhile, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said today that the recent increase in shares traded on the local stock exchange was a result of greater confidence in the country and support of investors for the good performance and prospects of the economy.

      The shares of Avianca (+2.76%), Preferencial Bancolombia (+1.55%), Bancolombia (+1.24%), Cemex (+1.22%), Canacol (+1.11%), and Ecopetrol (+0.36%) rose, while ETB (-2.17%), Sura (-1.32%), and Cemargos (-0.94%).

      The locally traded U.S. dollar closed at 2,913.70 Colombian pesos, marking a 0.69% fall, due to a rebound in oil prices abroad.

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      Wall Street Advanced as Trump Signals Support for Debt Limit



      U.S. stocks climbed after two top Democratic leaders said President Donald Trump will support a debt ceiling extension and government funding plan. Energy shares were also higher as stocks rebounded from a day-earlier selloff.

      The Dow Jones industrial average gained 0.25 percent to 21,807.64, as Home Depot and Chevron contributed the most gains. The S&P 500 rose 0.31 percent to 2,465.54, with energy and consumer discretionary among the best performers. The Nasdaq composite climbed 0.28 percent to 6,393.31, with some large-cap stocks, such as Netflix and Facebook, regaining ground.

      The energy sector climbed 1.6 percent, for its largest single-day gain in two months, as oil prices increased. Oil majors Exxon Mobil and Chevron both gained two percent which buoyed the S&P 500 and the Dow.

      Financials were up 0.2 percent following their biggest one-day decline since mid May. Nine of 11 major sectors closed in the green.

      Vacation and timeshare stocks also dropped as investors focused on Category 5 Hurricane Irma. Shares of Hilton Grand Vacations fell 1.44 percent and Marriott also dropped nearly one percent.

      United Continental Holdings and Newell Brands were among the worst performers in the S&P 500.

      Airline company United trimmed its unit revenue and pre-tax margin guidance for this quarter, citing Hurricane Harvey. Newell Brands wrote in a statement that nearly all of its resin suppliers in Louisiana and Texas are shut down due to Hurricane Harvey.

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      Japan GDP Bumped Down To 0.6% In Q2



      Japan's gross domestic product was knocked down to 0.6 percent on quarter in the second quarter of 2017, the Cabinet Office said in Friday's revised reading.

      That missed forecasts for 0.7 percent and was down from the August 13 preliminary reading that suggested a gain of 1.0 percent. GDP was up 0.4 percent on quarter in the previous three months.

      On a yearly basis, GDP was knocked down to 2.5 percent, again missing expectations for 2.9 percent and down sharply from the preliminary reading of 4.0 percent. GDP had advanced 1.5 percent in Q1.

      Nominal GDP was revised down to 0.7 percent on quarter, missing forecasts for 0.9 percent and down from 1.1 percent in the preliminary reading. It fell 0.3 percent in the three months prior.

      The GDP deflator was down 0.4 percent on year, unrevised and as expected. It was down 0.8 percent in the first quarter.

      Private consumption was revised down to 0.8 percent, shy of forecasts for 0.9 percent, which would have been unchanged. It added 0.4 percent in the previous three months.

      Business spending gained 0.5 percent on quarter, matching forecasts but down from 2.4 percent in the preliminary reading. It was up 2.4 percent in the first quarter.

      The Japanese economy has now expanded in six straight quarters, the first such streak in more than three years.

      Also on Friday: The Bank of Japan said that overall bank lending in Japan was up 3.2 percent on year in August, coming in at 515.802 trillion yen.

      That was shy of expectations for 3.3 percent, which would have been unchanged from the July reading.

      Excluding trusts, bank lending was also down 3.2 percent to 448.603 trillion yen. That missed forecasts for 3.4 percent, which would have been unchanged from the previous month.

      Lending from trusts was up an annual 2.8 percent to 67.199 trillion yen - up from 2.7 percent a month earlier. .

      The Ministry of Finance said that Japan had a current account surplus of 2,320.0 billion yen in July, up 19.6 percent on year.

      The headline figure topped expectations for a surplus of 2,030.1 billion yen and was up from the 934.6 billion yen surplus in June.

      The trade surplus came in at 566.6 billion yen, exceeding expectations for 518.0 billion yen and up from 518.5 billion yen in the previous month.

      Imports were up 17.7 percent on year to 5,834.5 billion yen, while exports climbed an annual 15.2 percent to 6,401.2 billion yen.

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      Euro Strengthens Ahead of ECB Decision; Riksbank in Focus



      The euro moved higher versus a group of currencies ahead of the European Central Bank meeting where policymakers might deliver a cautious tone regarding the currency's strength.

      Few expect the ECB to announce a trim of its monthly asset purchases at the policy meeting, which is a significant reversal from recent months when several people expected such a move.

      The euro rose 0.1 percent versus the dollar at $0.1928 in early trading.

      The common currency has gained over 13 percent so far in 2017 and is also the world's top performer in major currencies.

      Markets will also pay attention to the policy decision from the central bank of Sweden where policymakers are seen to keep interest rates unchanged.

      The Swedish crown is the only major currency that has acquired gains versus the resurgent euro in 2017. Market watchers anticipate for the crown to extend gains given that the central bank signals a hawkish bias.

      The krona climbed 0.1 percent versus the euro. The Swedish currency has marked three months in a row of gains until end of August, according to data from Thomson Reuters.

      Against a broad trade-weighted basket of peers, the U.S. dollar fell 0.2 percent at 92.14.

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      Brexit Squeeze Set to Hit Worker Earnings



      Reports from the Office for National Statistics are expected to show pay that continues to weigh on price growth in Britain. Last week, employees at the Bank of England reached an agreement while employees of a few McDonald's restaurants went on strike demanding higher pay.

      According to a survey from Bloomberg, soft consumer spending growth is one of the main factors as to why the central bank will likely keep its benchmark rate at a record-low of 0.25 percent on Sep. 14. Although, the pound's weakening since the Brexit vote has been pulling up import costs, two policymakers are also seen to push for a rate hike in order to keep prices in check.

      Survey data revealed that consumer-price inflation accelerated to 2.8 percent last month, which surpasses wages that are expected to have increased slightly over two percent in July, in a report to be released on Wednesday.

      Quicker inflation is particularly distressing for public sector workers, laboring under a one percent cap on salary raises imposed as part of austerity measures since 2010. Nurses are among the lower paid with an average income of 23,500 pounds ($31,000) per year, according to the Royal College of Nursing.

      Demands to end the public-sector pay cap is expected to be a key subject matter when the Trades Union Congress meets this week.

      The BoE is facing a trade-off between supporting economic expansion with record-low interest rates and heading off inflation incited with higher borrowing costs.
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      PERU: Mining Investment Rises 1.5%, Interrupting Three Years Of Decline



      Peru's mining sector investments between January and July 2017 reached US$ 2.372 billion, a 1.5% growth compared to the same period of the previous year.

      It was also the first increase since May 2014, according to the Peruvian Ministry of Energy and Mines.

      Almost all mining investment items posted increases in the period: exploration (+25.2%), mining equipment (+25.1%), preparation (+23.6%), infrastructure (+22%), equipment (+12%) and investments in operation (+10.5%).

      Mining exploration investments totaled US$ 237 million.

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      PERU: Mining Investment Rises 1.5%, Interrupting Three Years Of Decline



      Peru's mining sector investments between January and July 2017 reached US$ 2.372 billion, a 1.5% growth compared to the same period of the previous year.

      It was also the first increase since May 2014, according to the Peruvian Ministry of Energy and Mines.

      Almost all mining investment items posted increases in the period: exploration (+25.2%), mining equipment (+25.1%), preparation (+23.6%), infrastructure (+22%), equipment (+12%) and investments in operation (+10.5%).

      Mining exploration investments totaled US$ 237 million.

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