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Virus deaths hit Philippine stocks, others rise on China rebound hopes

07/13/2020 | 04:12am EDT

    * Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh
    * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks https://tmsnrt.rs/3f2vwbA
    * Philippine shares extend last week's sharp losses
    * S. Korea, China shares outperform 

    By Shriya Ramakrishnan
    July 13 (Reuters) - Philippine shares weakened on Monday as
the country reported a record daily spike in coronavirus deaths,
while other Asian stock markets rose on hopeful crucial economic
data from China later this week. 
    Shares in Manila were down 0.4% as the Philippines
health ministry warned of a risk of further fatalities and
infections, with nearly 12,000 suspected positive cases yet to
be verified.
    "The market sees a downward bias as it awaits the
government's decision on the community quarantine measures in
the capital for the second half of July," said Jennifer Lomboy,
a fixed income fund manager at First Metro Asset Management.
    However, the mood across the rest of Asia was broadly
positive, with Chinese and South Korean shares
gaining above 1.5% each, as investors were optimistic about
economic data releases from Beijing this week.
    China, the region's largest trading partner, is set to
release its second-quarter growth readings, trade, industrial
output and retail sales figures for June later in the week.
    A Reuters poll found that the slump in China's exports is
likely to have eased in June as some countries reopened their
economies, while imports contracted less sharply on higher crude
oil and commodities purchases.
    Stock markets around the region have also found support from
ample liquidity unleashed by central banks, along with a shift
in capital towards defensive plays such as technology and
consumer stocks. 
    In currency markets, the won outperformed with a
0.3% gain, while the Indonesian rupiah was hemmed in a
tight range as markets weighed in the possibility of a fourth
rate cut by Bank Indonesia (BI) later this week. 
    "Despite the nearly 10% appreciation in the IDR vs the USD
in Q2 yet far, authorities remain concerned over the flows
outlook, as a third of outstanding IDR debt is held by foreign
investors," DBS Bank analysts said.
    "Nonetheless, the need to support growth remains a priority,
which is likely to keep BI on the easing path."
    Indonesian debt offers the highest yield in Southeast Asia,
with the 10-year yield at 7.087%, compared with the
Philippines government debt and Malaysia
, which are under 3%. 

    HIGHLIGHTS:
    
    ** In the Philippines, top index losers are First Gen Corp
 down 5.01% at 23.7 peso; BDO Unibank Inc down
3.38% at 91.5 peso; and Robinsons Land Corp down 2.64%
at 15.5 peso
    
    ** Top gainers on the Thailand's SETI include
Multi-National Residence Fund up 12.33% at 3.28 baht
and Delta Electronics Thailand PCL up 11.87% at
77.75 baht
    
    ** Indonesian 10-year benchmark yields are down 2.4 basis
points at 7.087%
    
  Asia stock indexes and                                       
 currencies at 0731 GMT                                 
 COUNTRY   FX          FX   FX YTD    INDEX     STOCKS   STOCKS
           RIC    DAILY %        %             DAILY %    YTD %
 Japan     <JPY=    -0.07    +1.54                2.22    -3.69
           >                                            
 China     <CNY=    -0.03    -0.56                1.77    12.89
           CFXS>                                        
 India     <INR=    +0.05    -5.03                0.40   -11.15
           IN>                                          
 Indonesi  <IDR=    -0.07    -3.41                0.41   -19.80
 a         >                                            
 Malaysia  <MYR=    +0.08    -4.03                0.79     0.99
           >                                            
 Philippi  <PHP=    +0.01    +2.44               -0.40   -21.02
 nes       >                                            
 S.Korea   <KRW=    +0.30    -3.71                1.67    -0.53
           KFTC>                                        
 Singapor  <SGD=    +0.08    -3.27               -0.43   -18.05
 e         >                                            
 Taiwan    <TWD=    +0.54    +2.21                1.14     1.79
           TP>                                          
 Thailand  <THB=    -0.06    -4.41                0.26   -14.30
           TH>                                          
 
    



 (Reporting by Shriya Ramakrishnan in Bengaluru; Editing by
Bernard Orr)
  

ę Reuters 2020
Stocks mentioned in the article
ChangeLast1st jan.
BDO UNIBANK, INC. 0.00% 110.5 End-of-day quote.3.46%
DELTA ELECTRONICS (THAILAND) PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED -4.82% 474 End-of-day quote.-2.47%
DELTA ELECTRONICS, INC. -2.34% 250 End-of-day quote.-4.94%
FIRST GEN CORPORATION 0.16% 31.55 End-of-day quote.12.08%
MSCI TAIWAN (STRD) -2.28% 691.324 Real-time Quote.17.73%
MULTI-NATIONAL RESIDENCE FUND ORD -0.27% 8.48 End-of-day quote.-7.42%
ROBINSONS LAND CORPORATION 0.91% 15.58 End-of-day quote.-26.51%
S&P GSCI CRUDE OIL INDEX -0.26% 393.9492 Delayed Quote.46.33%
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