Reuters, September 28 - Jamie McGeever, a financial markets columnist, gives a preview of the day's trading in Asian markets.
Sometimes markets gain momentum, making it exceedingly difficult to stop it, let alone reverse it.
There is evidence to suggest that markets in the United States, Asia, and around the world, across all asset classes, are in this situation, where they are feeding off one another and speeding up self-fulfilling loops.
These are "doom" loops right now: rising U.S. bond yields, a strong dollar, higher oil costs, tightening financial conditions, intensifying concerns about future economic growth, declining risk appetite, and eroding equities markets.
This pattern was demonstrated by Wall Street's performance on Wednesday; despite falling the day before, it made very little progress. Asian equities hardly made up any of the previous days' losses, as global stocks fell for the ninth consecutive day.
There is nothing on the economic or policy calendar that is likely to do so, other from Australian retail sales, that will serve as a springboard for Asian markets on Thursday.
The S&P 500's recent gains have been inconsistent and modest. Only twice this month has the index increased by 0.5% or more, and a gain of 1% has not been recorded. Six times it has decreased by at least 0.5%, three of which were decreases of 1% or more.
In the meantime, Treasury yield gaps over foreign bonds expanded on Wednesday as the dollar, oil, and U.S. bond yields all increased. The 2-year U.S.-Japanese spread is well above 500 bps and driving the dollar/yen closer to the 150.00 mark. The 10-year U.S.-Chinese spread is currently 190 basis points, the widest since 2006.
Japan has not yet intervened, though.
The commotion, mystery, and ambiguity surrounding Evergrande in China are intensifying after Bloomberg reported on Wednesday that the company's boss was being watched by the police.
With over $300 billion in total liabilities, the world's most indebted developer is at the epicenter of China's property sector's enormous liquidity crisis, which affects around a fourth of the country's GDP.
Evergrande's debt restructuring has ramifications far beyond China's borders because China's sputtering real estate industry is lowering global copper prices, which are frequently considered a harbinger for the global economy.
There are indications that Beijing's latest economic stimulus measures may be working. For the first eight months of the year, industrial companies in China made a profit.
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