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QNBFS Daily Market Report July 03, 2018


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QNBFS Daily Market Report July 03, 2018

  1. 1. Page 1 of 5 QSE Intra-Day Movement Qatar Commentary The QSE Index rose 0.3% to close at 9,142.3. Gains were led by the Transportation and Industrials indices, gaining 0.7% and 0.5%, respectively. Top gainers were Doha Insurance Group and Qatari Investors Group, rising 3.2% and 2.4%, respectively. Among the top losers, Dlala Brokerage & Investment Holding Company fell 4.0%, while Mannai Corporation was down 2.5%. GCC Commentary Saudi Arabia: The TASI Index fell 0.8% to close at 8,275.0. Losses were led by the REITs and Commercial & Prof. Svc indices, falling 2.1% and 1.0%, respectively. Taleem REIT Fund fell 5.3%, while Saudi Real Estate Co. was down 5.0%. Dubai: The DFM General Index declined 1.2% to close at 2,829.2. The Cons. Staples and Discret. index fell 3.4%, while the Real Estate & Const. index declined 2.0%. Drake & Scull Int. fell 9.9%, while Agility Public Warehousing Co. was down 9.4%. Abu Dhabi: The ADX General index fell 1.0% to close at 4,577.0. The Consumer Staples index declined 3.1%, while the Real Estate index fell 1.8%. Eshraq Properties Co. declined 9.4%, while Gulf Cement Co. was down 7.0%. Kuwait: The Kuwait Main Market Index rose 0.1% to close at 4,863.4. The Telecom. index gained 1.5%, while the Consumer Goods index rose 0.5%. Al Massaleh Real Estate Co. gained 26.3%, while Privatization Holding Co. was up 6.5%. Oman: The MSM 30 Index fell 0.1% to close at 4,556.0. The Services Index declined 1.6%, while the other indices ended in green. Al Maha Petroleum Products Marketing Co. and Shell Oman Marketing were down 10.0% each. Bahrain: The BHB Index fell 0.3% to close at 1,309.6. The Industrial index declined 0.8%, while the Commercial Banks index fell 0.4%. Khaleeji Commercial Bank declined 6.2%, while Al Salam Bank - Bahrain was down 1.7%. QSE Top Gainers Close* 1D% Vol. ‘000 YTD% Doha Insurance Group 12.75 3.2 1.5 (8.9) Qatari Investors Group 31.15 2.4 91.4 (14.9) Islamic Holding Group 29.00 1.8 24.3 (22.7) Barwa Real Estate Company 35.13 1.7 352.3 9.8 Qatar Navigation 65.90 1.4 48.2 17.8 QSE Top Volume Trades Close* 1D% Vol. ‘000 YTD% Vodafone Qatar 8.91 (0.2) 2,294.6 11.1 Masraf Al Rayan 35.30 0.4 1,595.8 (6.5) Dlala Brokerage & Inv. Holding Co. 16.45 (4.0) 553.1 11.9 Ezdan Holding Group 8.11 (1.7) 546.3 (32.9) Qatar First Bank 5.28 0.4 396.4 (19.1) Market Indicators 02 July 18 01 July 18 %Chg. Value Traded (QR mn) 273.0 127.7 113.8 Exch. Market Cap. (QR mn) 498,626.7 498,541.6 0.0 Volume (mn) 8.3 4.8 75.3 Number of Transactions 3,956 2,454 61.2 Companies Traded 42 42 0.0 Market Breadth 21:18 28:11 – Market Indices Close 1D% WTD% YTD% TTM P/E Total Return 16,107.68 0.3 1.3 12.7 13.6 All Share Index 2,645.25 0.1 0.9 7.9 13.8 Banks 3,174.00 0.1 0.9 18.3 13.0 Industrials 2,942.92 0.5 2.1 12.3 15.4 Transportation 1,960.49 0.7 1.0 10.9 12.4 Real Estate 1,595.93 (0.3) 0.4 (16.7) 13.9 Insurance 3,060.14 (0.3) 0.0 (12.1) 26.0 Telecoms 1,012.20 (1.1) (0.2) (7.9) 30.3 Consumer 6,146.25 (0.2) (0.3) 23.8 13.3 Al Rayan Islamic Index 3,622.71 0.6 1.4 5.9 14.7 GCC Top Gainers ## Exchange Close # 1D% Vol. ‘000 YTD% VIVA Kuwait Telecom Co. Kuwait 0.72 2.7 230.1 (9.9) Ahli Bank Oman 0.16 1.9 6.2 (1.1) Barwa Real Estate Co. Qatar 35.13 1.7 352.3 9.8 Dubai Financial Market Dubai 0.99 1.5 6,567.6 (11.3) Human Soft Holding Co. Kuwait 3.60 1.4 94.1 (3.7) GCC Top Losers ## Exchange Close # 1D% Vol. ‘000 YTD% Shell Oman Marketing Co. Oman 1.49 (10.0) 192.2 (16.6) GFH Financial Group Dubai 1.30 (3.0) 9,614.0 (13.3) Mobile Telecom. Co. Saudi Arabia 6.48 (2.6) 1,345.3 (11.4) Emaar Malls Dubai 2.10 (2.3) 1,657.9 (1.4) Yanbu Cement Co. Saudi Arabia 26.60 (2.0) 422.4 (21.3) Source: Bloomberg (# in Local Currency) (## GCC Top gainers/losers derived from the S&P GCC Composite Large Mid Cap Index) QSE Top Losers Close* 1D% Vol. ‘000 YTD% Dlala Brokerage & Inv. Holding 16.45 (4.0) 553.1 11.9 Mannai Corporation 48.03 (2.5) 0.2 (19.3) Ezdan Holding Group 8.11 (1.7) 546.3 (32.9) Ooredoo 71.90 (1.6) 43.7 (20.8) Ahli Bank 30.50 (1.6) 4.1 (17.9) QSE Top Value Trades Close* 1D% Val. ‘000 YTD% QNB Group 153.70 (0.1) 60,585.0 22.0 Masraf Al Rayan 35.30 0.4 56,410.3 (6.5) Vodafone Qatar 8.91 (0.2) 20,499.3 11.1 Qatar Islamic Bank 117.00 0.4 20,482.9 20.6 Industries Qatar 111.00 0.9 19,294.7 14.4 Source: Bloomberg (* in QR) Regional Indices Close 1D% WTD% MTD% YTD% Exch. Val. Traded ($ mn) Exchange Mkt. Cap. ($ mn) P/E** P/B** Dividend Yield Qatar* 9,142.28 0.3 1.3 1.3 7.3 74.74 136,972.8 13.6 1.4 4.8 Dubai 2,829.16 (1.2) 0.3 0.3 (16.1) 45.41 100,948.9 9.1 1.1 6.0 Abu Dhabi 4,577.04 (1.0) 0.4 0.4 4.1 23.54 126,265.3 12.3 1.4 5.2 Saudi Arabia 8,274.98 (0.8) (0.5) (0.5) 14.5 1,021.14 525,022.9 18.7 1.8 3.2 Kuwait 4,863.38 0.1 (0.0) (0.0) (2.7) 41.10 33,651.3 14.8 0.9 4.0 Oman 4,556.02 (0.1) (0.3) (0.3) (10.7) 4.98 12,815.0 11.3 1.0 5.4 Bahrain 1,309.56 (0.3) (0.1) (0.1) (1.7) 12.93 19,987.7 8.5 0.8 6.3 Source: Bloomberg, Qatar Stock Exchange, Tadawul, Muscat Securities Market and Dubai Financial Market (** TTM; * Value traded ($ mn) do not include special trades, if any) 9,060 9,080 9,100 9,120 9,140 9,160 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00
  2. 2. Page 2 of 5 Qatar Market Commentary  The QSE Index rose 0.3% to close at 9,142.3. The Transportation and Industrials indices led the gains. The index rose on the back of buying support from non-Qatari shareholders despite selling pressure from Qatari and GCC shareholders.  Doha Insurance Group and Qatari Investors Group were the top gainers, rising 3.2% and 2.4%, respectively. Among the top losers, Dlala Brokerage & Investment Holding Company fell 4.0%, while Mannai Corporation was down 2.5%.  Volume of shares traded on Monday rose by 75.3% to 8.3mn from 4.8mn on Sunday. However, as compared to the 30-day moving average of 11.2mn, volume for the day was 25.7% lower. Vodafone Qatar and Masraf Al Rayan were the most active stocks, contributing 27.5% and 19.1% to the total volume, respectively. Source: Qatar Stock Exchange (* as a % of traded value) Global Economic Data and Earnings Calendar Global Economic Data Date Market Source Indicator Period Actual Consensus Previous 07/02 US Markit Markit US Manufacturing PMI June 55.4 54.6 54.6 07/02 EU Markit Markit Eurozone Manufacturing PMI June 54.9 55.0 55.0 07/02 EU Eurostat Unemployment Rate May 8.4% 8.5% 8.4% 07/02 France Markit Markit France Manufacturing PMI June 52.5 53.1 53.1 Source: Bloomberg (s.a. = seasonally adjusted; n.s.a. = non-seasonally adjusted; w.d.a. = working day adjusted) Earnings Calendar Tickers Company Name Date of reporting 2Q2018 results No. of days remaining Status QNBK QNB Group 11-Jul-18 8 Due QGTS Qatar Gas Transport Company Limited (Nakilat) 11-Jul-18 8 Due QIBK Qatar Islamic Bank 15-Jul-18 12 Due MARK Masraf Al Rayan 16-Jul-18 13 Due WDAM Widam Food Company 17-Jul-18 14 Due ERES Ezdan Holding Group 17-Jul-18 14 Due QEWS Qatar Electricity & Water Company 18-Jul-18 15 Due UDCD United Development Company 18-Jul-18 15 Due CBQK The Commercial Bank 18-Jul-18 15 Due KCBK Al Khalij Commercial Bank 19-Jul-18 16 Due ABQK Ahli Bank 19-Jul-18 16 Due DHBK Doha Bank 19-Jul-18 16 Due NLCS Alijarah Holding 26-Jul-18 23 Due ORDS Ooredoo 29-Jul-18 26 Due DOHI Doha Insurance Group 31-Jul-18 28 Due AKHI Al Khaleej Takaful Insurance Company 3-Aug-18 31 Due Source: QSE Overall Activity Buy %* Sell %* Net (QR) Qatari Individuals 32.24% 41.49% (25,240,437.76) Qatari Institutions 15.59% 17.20% (4,416,790.70) Qatari 47.83% 58.69% (29,657,228.46) GCC Individuals 0.31% 0.37% (184,355.90) GCC Institutions 0.77% 4.33% (9,718,291.05) GCC 1.08% 4.70% (9,902,646.95) Non-Qatari Individuals 5.82% 5.40% 1,145,446.50 Non-Qatari Institutions 45.28% 31.20% 38,414,428.91 Non-Qatari 51.10% 36.60% 39,559,875.41
  3. 3. Page 3 of 5 News Qatar  Qatari industrial producers’ earnings grow double-digit in May – Qatari industrial producers’ earnings grew double-digit in May 2018 on the back of robust prices, especially for crude, refined petroleum products, basic metals, dairy products and paper, according to official estimates. Qatar’s producer price index (PPI) surged 25.1% on a yearly basis and a marginal 0.1% MoM during the review period, according to the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics. The PPI for mining, which carries the maximum weight of 72.7%, saw 31.1% surged YoY in May 2018 on account of 31.2% increase in the price of crude petroleum and natural gas and 3.4% in stone, sand and clay. The mining PPI was up 0.5% on a monthly basis as crude petroleum and natural gas prices rose 0.5% and stone, sand and clay by 0.1%. (  Widam Food Company to disclose its semi-annual financials on July 17 – Widam Food Company announced that it will disclose its semi-annual financial reports for the period ending June 30, 2018 on July 17, 2018. (QSE)  Doha Insurance Group to disclose its semi-annual financials on July 31 – Doha Insurance Group announced that it will disclose its semi-annual financial reports for the period ending June 30, 2018 on July 31, 2018. (QSE)  Qatari banks cut interconnectedness risk by distributing exposure – Major Qatari lenders appear to have distributed their exposure to many banks, thereby reducing the interconnectedness risk, according to the Qatar Central Bank. The banking sector’s interconnectedness is mostly reflected through their activities in the domestic interbank market, QCB stated and an active market reflect the depth of the development of the market, while it leads to vulnerabilities if one, or more, of the market participants exposure is high compared to others. During 2017, daily average volumes (QR2.75bn) remained more or less at the same level compared to last year. However, across the months, the volume of transactions varied. Prior to the blockade, until May 31, 2017, the daily average volume was around QR2.4bn, which increased to QR4.4bn during the period from June to August 2017. Thereafter it declined to QR1.9bn until December 31, 2017. (  QPAY offers MarketWatch latest solution to support SME sector – QPAY International, a member of the NEXXO Network and Qatar’s largest financial technology company, has enhanced its steadfast commitment to driving the growth of the Qatari SME sector with yet another innovative product that allows companies to focus more time on their business needs and contributing to Qatar’s economic development. In line with its mission to support SMEs that play a crucial role in Qatar’s economy and the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022, QPAY’S new Payroll App offers the first mobile WPS solution for SME owners and operators; enabling firms to comply with the Qatar Central Bank WPS system, from anywhere at any time. Designed to enhance business efficiency and ensure seamless, on-time salary payments to employees, QPAY’S latest offering gives SMEs piece of mind and the ability to make fast, accurate transactions. (Peninsula Business)  Qatar to import Irish meat and poultry products – Qatar inked an agreement with Ireland which will allow imports of Irish beef, sheep meat and poultry products, according to Ireland’s Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed. Irish agri-food exports to Qatar amounted to $10.2mn in 2017, of which, around 70% are dairy products. According to some market research estimates, the Qatari meat market is expected to become a million ton market by 2020. Trade ties between Qatar and Ireland have witnessed an increase after the launch of Qatar Airway’s direct flight between Doha and Dublin in June 2017. Talks are progressing to increase the frequency of the flights between Doha and Dublin to facilitate more business between the two countries. (Qatar Tribune) International  US manufacturing accelerates, but tariffs cast a shadow – US manufacturing activity surged in June, but a strong economy and import tariffs were causing bottlenecks in the supply chain, which could potentially weigh on production in the months ahead. Other data showed construction spending increasing solidly in May though investment in April was not as robust as initially thought. The reports reinforced views the economy was firing on all cylinders after slowing early in the year. The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) stated its index of national factory activity jumped to a reading of 60.2 last month from 58.7 in May. A reading above 50 in the ISM index indicates an expansion in manufacturing, which accounts for about 12% of the US economy. (Reuters)  UK manufacturing growth steadies in June but mood dips – British factories kept up a steady pace of growth in June but worries about global trade and Brexit knocked confidence about the outlook to a seven-month low, a survey showed. The IHS Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) inched up to 54.4 from a downwardly revised 54.3 in May, beating the consensus of 54.0 in a Reuters poll of economists and above the 50 mark that separates growth from contraction. Still, June capped the weakest quarter for the British manufacturing PMI in one and a half years, and survey compiler IHS Markit stated prospects for the sector, which accounts for a tenth of economic output, looked doubtful. (Reuters)  Eurozone’s factory growth slips to weakest in 18 months in June – Eurozone’s factory growth slowed to an 18-month low in June, slipping for the sixth month in a row amid widespread concerns about trade barriers and their impact on overall economic activity, a survey showed. IHS Markit’s June final manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index slipped to an 18- month low of 54.9 from May’s 55.5, a touch lower than a flash reading but still well above the 50 level that separates growth from contraction. The output index fell to 54.2 from 54.8 in May, its lowest since November 2016. (Reuters)  China’s manufacturing sector growth ebbs as export orders shrink I June – Growth in China’s manufacturing sector cooled slightly in June as firms faced rising input costs and a decline in export orders amid an escalating trade dispute with the US, a private survey showed. The Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ index (PMI) declined to 51.0 in June from May’s 51.1, matching economists’ forecast. It remained above the 50-point mark that separates growth from contraction for
  4. 4. Page 4 of 5 the 13th consecutive month. A sub-index for output rose to 52.1 in June, a four-month high, though new order growth slowed and companies chose to sell down existing inventories instead of restocking. (Reuters)  China’s export growth to US slows sharply in June – China’s exports to the US in June rose 3.8% from a year earlier in Yuan terms, 23.8 percentage points lower than the growth rate seen a year earlier, according to the country’s customs agency. For the first half of this year, customs stated China’s exports to the US rose 5.4% from a year earlier compared with 19.3% for same period in 2017. (Reuters)  Solid demand lifts India June factory growth to fastest pace this year – India’s factory activity grew at its fastest pace this year in June on robust output driven by solid demand, according to a business survey that also showed input costs increased the most in nearly four years. That points to continued strong economic activity in the quarter that ended in June, after Asia’s third-largest economy grew at its quickest pace in nearly two years in January-March. The Nikkei Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index, compiled by IHS Markit, rose to 53.1 in June from May’s 51.2, the highest since December. The reading has been above the 50-mark, which separates growth from contraction, for 11 consecutive months. (Reuters) Regional  Petrochemical projects worth $69bn may be awarded in the GCC – More than $69bn worth of petrochemical projects is expected to be awarded in the GCC region over the next three years, Meed Projects stated in a report. According to the report, a raft of new world-scale, refinery-integrated petrochemicals complexes could represent a new beginning for the sector. During the 2005-2007 spending frenzy, a total of $41.5bn of petrochemicals engineering, procurement and construction contracts were awarded. Driven by the new-found appreciation of the value that petrochemicals production might bring to local economies, the programs can also support the state goals of market diversification and job creation. (  OPEC’s oil output climbs in June – OPEC’s oil output rose last month as Saudi Arabia pumped at a near-record rate, a sign the world’s top exporter is heeding calls from the US and other consumers for more oil. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries pumped 32.32mn barrels per day in June, up 320,000 bpd from May. According to Reuters, the June total is the highest since January 2018. (  Saudi Arabia begins work on $2bn heritage project – Saudi Arabia has begun work on a massive $2bn heritage and culture tourism project at Souq Okaz City in Taif that will have heritage centers, museums, recreational areas and a convention center. The new city will create more than 15,000 jobs, with 80% of them on offer to young Saudi Arabians. Souq Okaz City will also have a suburb with housing for about 750,000 people; a new international airport able to handle five million passengers a year in its first phase; a technology hub implemented by King Abdul Aziz City for Science and Technology; Taif University; and an industrial city. (  UAE’s growth to pick up gains in non-oil sector – Driven by ongoing infrastructure investment in the non-oil economy and increasing output in the oil sector, UAE’s headline growth is set to accelerate from 0.8% in 2017 to around 2.5% in 2018 and 3.3% in 2019, a report stated. With oil production expected to increase from mid-2018, real oil GDP growth will recover from 2017’s decline of 3.0% and rise to 0.6% and 1.5% in 2018 and 2019, respectively, according to National Bank of Kuwait (NBK). (  UAE bank loans to industries up 3.4% to AED774.5bn – The balance of loans lent by banks operating in the UAE to the industrial and business sectors rose 3.4% at the end of May 2018 to AED774.5bn, from AED748.9bn in December 2017. The two sectors borrowed 48% of aggregate loans offered by these banks to all sectors, which stood at AED1.6tn. Banking analysts said the marked rise in loans is a clear sign of the sustained growth of the two sectors in the previous months, which will also stimulate national economic growth. From January to March 2018, the two sectors received credit facilities worth AED15.3bn. (  KFAED grants loans amounting to KD1.26bn – Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development has granted loans amounting to KD1.26bn in last five years, including 12% of the total in the form of grants and technical assistance. The fund affirmed that its contributions strengthen Kuwait’s presence and status internationally; while contributing to the international arena in addressing political issues and economic welfare. (  Oman’s Power sector subsidy dips 8.3% to OMR456mn in 2017 – The Omani government’s subsidy to the electricity sector fell 8.3% in 2017 to reach a value of OMR456mn, down from OMR497mn a year earlier, a decrease attributed in large part to Cost Reflective Tariffs (CRT) that came into force for large consumers last year. According to Nama Group, the average subsidy per customer also declined 14% to OMR398 in 2017, down from OMR463 in 2016. (  Bank Muscat appoints new CEO – Bank Muscat’s Board of Directors announced the appointment of Sheikh Waleed K. Al Hashar as CEO of the bank commencing January 1, 2019. This comes in line with the Senior Management Succession Plan endorsed by the board in 2015. AbdulRazak Ali Issa, current CEO and Ahmed Al Abri, COO will retire from their positions on December 31, 2018. (  GCC support to cool pressure on Bahrain’s public finances – The GCC official statement of support to Bahrain has come as a big relief to government finances and cool markets turmoil according to economists and analysts. Bahrain’s Minister of Finance, Shaikh Ahmad Bin Mohammad Al Khalifa announced that the Kingdom, in coordination with Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the UAE, would soon unveil a new program designed to strengthen Bahrain’s financial stability. Credit rating agencies, economists and analysts said, although the announcement has cooled the markets, going forward the GCC support is likely to become more specific and conditional in nature. (
  5. 5. Contacts Saugata Sarkar, CFA, CAIA Shahan Keushgerian Zaid al-Nafoosi, CMT, CFTe Head of Research Senior Research Analyst Senior Research Analyst Tel: (+974) 4476 6534 Tel: (+974) 4476 6509 Tel: (+974) 4476 6535 QNB Financial Services Co. W.L.L. Contact Center: (+974) 4476 6666 PO Box 24025 Doha, Qatar Disclaimer and Copyright Notice: This publication has been prepared by QNB Financial Services Co. W.L.L. (“QNBFS”) a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qatar National Bank (Q.P.S.C.). QNBFS is regulated by the Qatar Financial Markets Authority and the Qatar Exchange. Qatar National Bank (Q.P.S.C.) is regulated by the Qatar Central Bank. This publication expresses the views and opinions of QNBFS at a given time only. It is not an offer, promotion or recommendation to buy or sell securities or other investments, nor is it intended to constitute legal, tax, accounting, or financial advice. QNBFS accepts no liability whatsoever for any direct or indirect losses arising from use of this report. Any investment decision should depend on the individual circumstances of the investor and be based on specifically engaged investment advice. We therefore strongly advise potential investors to seek independent professional advice before making any investment decision. Although the information in this report has been obtained from sources that QNBFS believes to be reliable, we have not independently verified such information and it may not be accurate or complete. QNBFS does not make any representations or warranties as to the accuracy and completeness of the information it may contain, and declines any liability in that respect. For reports dealing with Technical Analysis, expressed opinions and/or recommendations may be different or contrary to the opinions/recommendations of QNBFS Fundamental Research as a result of depending solely on the historical technical data (price and volume). QNBFS reserves the right to amend the views and opinions expressed in this publication at any time. It may also express viewpoints or make investment decisions that differ significantly from, or even contradict, the views and opinions included in this report. This report may not be reproduced in whole or in part without permission from QNBFS. COPYRIGHT: No part of this document may be reproduced without the explicit written permission of QNBFS. Page 5 of 5 Rebased Performance Daily Index Performance Source: Bloomberg Source: Bloomberg Source: Bloomberg Source: Bloomberg (*$ adjusted returns; # Market closed on July 2, 2018) 40.0 60.0 80.0 100.0 120.0 Jun-14 Jun-15 Jun-16 Jun-17 Jun-18 QSE Index S&P Pan Arab S&P GCC (0.8%) 0.3% 0.1% (0.3%) (0.1%) (1.0%) (1.2%)(1.5%) (1.0%) (0.5%) 0.0% 0.5% SaudiArabia Qatar Kuwait Bahrain Oman AbuDhabi Dubai Asset/Currency Performance Close ($) 1D% WTD% YTD% Global Indices Performance Close 1D%* WTD%* YTD%* Gold/Ounce 1,242.00 (0.9) (0.9) (4.7) MSCI World Index 2,082.08 (0.3) (0.3) (1.0) Silver/Ounce 15.85 (1.6) (1.6) (6.4) DJ Industrial 24,307.18 0.1 0.1 (1.7) Crude Oil (Brent)/Barrel (FM Future) 77.30 (2.7) (2.7) 15.6 S&P 500 2,726.71 0.3 0.3 2.0 Crude Oil (WTI)/Barrel (FM Future) 73.94 (0.3) (0.3) 22.4 NASDAQ 100 7,567.69 0.8 0.8 9.6 Natural Gas (Henry Hub)/MMBtu 2.90 (2.4) (2.4) (18.1) STOXX 600 376.75 (1.5) (1.5) (6.6) LPG Propane (Arab Gulf)/Ton 93.88 (0.1) (0.1) (5.2) DAX 12,238.17 (1.2) (1.2) (8.6) LPG Butane (Arab Gulf)/Ton 105.00 2.2 2.2 (3.2) FTSE 100 7,547.85 (1.7) (1.7) (4.7) Euro 1.16 (0.4) (0.4) (3.0) CAC 40 5,276.76 (1.5) (1.5) (4.2) Yen 110.90 0.1 0.1 (1.6) Nikkei 21,811.93 (2.3) (2.3) (2.7) GBP 1.31 (0.5) (0.5) (2.7) MSCI EM 1,059.32 (1.0) (1.0) (8.6) CHF 1.01 (0.3) (0.3) (1.9) SHANGHAI SE Composite 2,775.56 (3.6) (3.6) (18.4) AUD 0.73 (0.9) (0.9) (6.0) HANG SENG# 28,955.11 0.0 0.0 (3.6) USD Index 94.87 0.4 0.4 3.0 BSE SENSEX 35,264.41 (0.8) (0.8) (3.8) RUB 63.42 1.1 1.1 10.1 Bovespa 72,839.74 (1.2) (1.2) (19.5) BRL 0.26 (0.9) (0.9) (15.3) RTS 1,151.66 (0.2) (0.2) (0.2) 81.8 79.9 66.7