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|Symbol||Name||Preis (Intraday)||Änderung||% Schwankung||Volumen||Durchschn. Vol. (3 M.)||Marktkap.||Kurs-Gewinn-Verhältnis (roll. Hochrechn.)||52-Wochen-Bereich|
|WTB.F||Walter Bau AG||0,0025||+0,0010||+66,67%||200.000||6.812||3,697M||0,11|
|R2TA.SG||Red Rock Resources PLC Register||0,0050||+0,0020||+66,67%||0||12.274||N/A||N/A|
|PS4.HM||Phoenix Solar Aktiengesellschaft||0,0500||+0,0150||+42,86%||102.049||20.610||368.635||N/A|
|EV1.F||China Evergrande Group||0,3699||+0,1050||+39,64%||1,688M||68.130||4,883B||2,34|
|EV1.SG||China Evergrande Group Register||0,3740||+0,1092||+41,24%||456.050||25.886||N/A||N/A|
|7OR.F||Castillo Copper Limited||0,0215||+0,0060||+38,71%||115.000||6.712||33,483M||N/A|
|4NM1.F||China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group Limited||0,5500||+0,1500||+37,50%||302.311||8.589||5,683B||N/A|
|TMU.SG||TERTIARY MINERALS PLC Registere||0,0020||+0,0005||+33,33%||0||4.545||N/A||N/A|
|I3A1.F||Alien Metals Ltd||0,0110||+0,0025||+29,41%||762.000||86.563||40,078M||N/A|
|YBB.HM||CARNAVALE RESOURCES LTD||0,0020||+0,0004||+25,00%||151.000||4.560||N/A||N/A|
|RT5A.F||Graph Blockchain Inc.||0,0350||+0,0070||+25,00%||150.000||25.709||14,898M||N/A|
|N4G.DE||The NAGA Group AG||7,66||+1,00||+15,02%||293.849||28.416||313,392M||255,33|
|I32.F||i3 Energy Plc||0,1500||+0,0190||+14,50%||200.000||9.565||183,624M||3,75|
|1TG.F||Triton Minerals Limited||0,0160||+0,0020||+14,29%||2.200||4.055||24,087M||N/A|
|GBOR.BE||GLOBAL LINK CMNCTS HD-0,1||0,0160||+0,0018||+12,68%||200.000||0||N/A||N/A|
|SEG1.F||SOUTHERN SILVER EXPL.||0,2250||+0,0250||+12,50%||5.000||6.987||N/A||N/A|
|GHU.F||ADX Energy Ltd||0,0045||+0,0005||+12,50%||1M||139.390||12,959M||N/A|
|A3Y.BE||ALTECH CHEMICALS LTD||0,0428||+0,0046||+12,04%||100.000||5.303||N/A||N/A|
|RM9.F||Enterprise Metals Limited||0,0050||+0,0005||+11,11%||279.548||4.235||5,518M||N/A|
|TK1.SG||China Health Group Limited||0,0050||+0,0005||+11,11%||0||0||34,268M||N/A|
U.S. stock benchmarks on Wednesday rise sharply, with investors fixated on the outcome of the Federal Reserve meeting, which concludes later in the session as well as on developments with the highly levered property developer China Evergrande.
* Brazil central bank seen hiking by another 100 bps * Peru's seeks to redraft legal framework for mining industry * Fed decision due at 2 p.m. ET (1800 GMT) By Susan Mathew Sept 22 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies firmed on Wednesday, with eyes on the U.S. Federal Reserve for clues on the timeline for stimulus tapering, while Brazil's central bank is seen hiking the key interest rate by 100 basis points for a second time. Stocks in Latam followed global equities higher, soothed by embattled Chinese developer Evergrande saying it would make a coupon payment due on Thursday.
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks rose the most since July as concerns about China Evergrande Group’s debt woes eased ahead of Wednesday’s Federal Reserve policy decision. Treasuries and the dollar were little changed. Most Read from BloombergThe Global Housing Market Is Broken, and It’s Dividing Entire CountriesIstanbul Turns Taps on Old Fountains, Joining Global Push for Free DrinksIn Paris, the Wrapped Arc de Triomphe Is a Polarizing PackageIs There Room for E-Scooters in New York City?How the Child
Property giant and Asia's biggest junk bond issuer Evergrande said it "resolved" one payment due on Thursday via a private negotiation, easing concerns of default and possible contagion risk, while the People's Bank of China injected 90 billion yuan into the banking system to support markets. "Being able to make tomorrow's bond coupon payment, that definitely lifted risk sentiment overnight and you saw a typical follow-through reaction in risk currencies, so Canadian dollar high, Aussie dollar higher, Kiwi dollar higher - that was kind of an understandable reaction," said Erik Bregar, an independent FX analyst in Toronto.
* Canadian dollar strengthens 0.1% against greenback * Canadian factory sales likely up 0.5% in August * Price of U.S. oil increases 1.3% * Canadian bond yields little changed TORONTO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar rose against the greenback on Wednesday as worries about the potential collapse of property developer China Evergrande receded and domestic data showed that factory sales likely rose in August, but gains were capped ahead of the release of the Federal Reserve's latest policy statement. Shares globally gained ground as China Evergrande struck a deal to pay a coupon on one of its domestic bonds.
U.S. stock indexes rebounded from recent losses on Wednesday as concerns over a default by China's Evergrande eased, with investors now awaiting policy cues from the Federal Reserve's meeting later in the day. Energy stocks were the best performers in early trade, rising 2.8% as oil prices rose, while financials added 1.3%, with major banks tracking higher Treasury yields. Still, Wall Street indexes are nursing steep losses in September, as fears of an Evergrande default exacerbated seasonally weak trends and saw investors pull out of stocks trading at lofty valuations.
Central bank officials will update interest rate and inflation projections, while Fed Chair Powell's speech could give clues on tapering asset purchases.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied 300 points early Wednesday on Evergrande news ahead of the Fed policy decision. FedEx dived on earnings.
The idea of sudden contagion in China's financial system is misguided. The sector is entirely under state control, write Shehzad Qazi and Derek Scissors of China Beige Book.
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