Foreign capital is back! The exchange rate of the New Taiwan dollar against the U.S. dollar ended its 3-year depreciation. Today (9) it showed a double-up trend in stocks and exchange rates. In the early trading, it once hit the 30.5 prefix. The final increase converged and closed at 30.622 yuan, an appreciation of 6.3 points. However, the market is watching the Federal Reserve Next week’s interest rate decision, the trading volume is sluggish, and the total turnover of the Taipei and Yuantai foreign exchange markets is only 1.251 billion US dollars.
The New Taiwan dollar turned black on a weekly basis, ending its 4-game winning streak, and depreciated slightly this week by 1.7 cents or 0.06%.
The U.S. dollar fell, and Asian currencies rose today. The New Taiwan dollar appreciated against the U.S. dollar at 30.65 yuan. The intraday appreciation was 1 cent, and the highest reached 30.585 yuan. The final appreciation was 6.3 cents, and the closing price was 30.622 yuan. The turnover of the Taipei foreign exchange market was 9.16 yuan. billion US dollars, Yuantai foreign exchange market turnover of 335 million US dollars.
Taiwan stocks opened higher and higher today, the semiconductor trio regained their senses, leading electronics stocks rose, plastics, shipping and other mass-produced stocks held steady simultaneously, and the solar energy group jumped to the bullish index. Wire. Foreign investors terminated the 3 consecutive sales, and returned to buy more than 6.156 billion yuan. However, Taiwan stocks ended their five-day winning streak and fell 265.25 points this week.
The Federal Reserve (Fed) will hold an interest rate policy meeting next week, which is the focus of investors’ close attention. The market generally expects to raise interest rates by 2 yards (50 basis points), which is slower than the previous four hikes of 3 yards. The day before the interest rate decision is released is also the day of the US consumer price index (CPI) report, which is very important for the long-term expectations of monetary policy.
Observe the performance of major currencies against the U.S. dollar today. According to the statistics of the central bank, the U.S. dollar index fell by 0.44%, the Korean won rose by 1.28%, the highest increase in Asian currencies, the Vietnamese dong rose by 1.19%, the Singapore dollar and the euro appreciated by about 0.4%, and the renminbi appreciated by 0.34% %, the Japanese yen appreciated by 0.26%, and the New Taiwan dollar appreciated by 0.21%, which is not as strong as other Asian currencies.