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DAILY MARKET OVERVIEW
Today's Top Market Headlines – Jan 9, 2017
European Indices plummet ahead of euro zone data

European markets edged lower in morning trade on Monday as investors focused on fresh European data and oil prices continued to plummet on increasing uncertainty over future production cuts. It is important to note however that U.K.’s FTSE 100 the only major European market trading positive. The index rose after the British pound plummeted following “hard Brexit” comments made by Prime Minister Theresa May over the weekend. Brexit uncertainty has overridden recent solid UK economic data and caused the British pound to plummet 1.1 percent against the euro to last trade at 1.1534 EUR as of 10:00 GMT.
The Halifax house price index in the U.K. surged to 1.7 percent in December and added 0.5 percent in the past year to rise to 6.5 percent, exceeding all expectations. Figures in Germany also revealed a strong industrial production for a second month in a row in November with exports rising by 3.9 percent, giving further evidence of an economic rebound in the largest EU economy.

Fiat Chrysler to invest $1 billion in the U.S.

Fiat Chrysler has announced its plan to invest $1 billion in plants in Michigan and Ohio, which will add 2000 new jobs in the U.S. markets and expand the company’s sports utility and truck lineup. Showing its commitment to American manufacturing, the company made the official announcement just days after Ford decided to scrap a plan to build a facility in Mexico and instead opted to invest in a plant in Michigan, after President-elect Donald Trump put greta pressure on automakers.

Saudi Arabia hires PwC to advise on cost cuts of $20 billion …

Saudi Arabia is currently working in collaboration with PricewaterhouseCoopers on plans to cancel about $20 billion worth of projects as the kingdom seeks to cut costs. Specifically, the Ministry of Economy and Planning hired the consultancy firm to review government contracts that amount to $69 billion with intention of slashing about a third of them. The projects under review include contracts awarded by the ministries of housing, transport, health and education. It should be noted that some of the projects might not be completely cancelled as the option of privatizing the contracts is also on the table. It appears that the world’s biggest oil exporter is seeking to reduced its frenzied spending to narrow a budget shortfall that peaked to nearly $80 billion last year after oil prices slumped. The kingdom set up an office to limit government spending, according to this year’s budget while the National Project Management Office was also set up last year to control capital spending.

Asian Markets close mixed amid thin trade

Asian stocks concluded the day recording a mixed performance on Monday after a strong U.S. jobs report revealed a job growth for the 75th straight month, keeping the Federal Reserve on track to raise interest rates as much as three times this year and causing the greenback to skyrocket against its peers. With China’s yuan resuming its downward slide and oil prices edging lower amid renewed doubts over future production cuts, investors refrained from trading causing stocks to waver. Chinese markets are also expected to be largely affected by the U.S. President -elect Donald Trump’s future tax reforms, infrastructure spending and China trade which will come under close scrutiny on Wednesday.
In today’s Asian markets, Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 added 0.9 percent to close at 5807.44, China A50 added 0.4 percent to close at 10120.27, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng added 0.3 percent to close at 22570.00 while India’s Nifty 50 lost 0.1 percent to close at 8237.10. Japanese markets remained closed for the national “Coming of Age” holiday.