Mata Uang Asia Tak Berkutik Melawan Dolar AS

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Mata Uang Asia Tak Berkutik Melawan Dolar AS | OBROLANBISNIS.com — Nilai tukar mata uang utama Asia tak berkutik melawan dolar Amerika Serikat (AS) pada perdagangan Rabu, 22 Juni 2022. Padahal, sentimen pelaku pasar cukup bagus, melihat dari pergerakan bursa saham yang menguat.

Hingga pukul 9:45 WIB, Rupiah melemah 0,34% ke Rp 14.855/US$. Level tersebut merupakan yang terlemah sejak Oktober 2020. Kendati demikian, Rupiah bukan yang terburuk, ada Yuan China yang juga melemah 0,4% dan yang terburuk Peso Filipina sebesar 0,41%.

Sentimen pelaku pasar sebenarnya sedang bagus, tercermin dari penguatan bursa saham AS (Wall Street). Indeks Dow Jones kemarin melesat 2,15%, kemudian S&P 500 2,45% dan Nasdaq2,5%.

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Namun, jika Wall Street terus menanjak, maka inflasi yang tinggi di Amerika Serikat akan sulit untuk segera turun. Hal tersebut bisa memaksa Bank Sentral AS (The Fed) bertindak lebih agresif lagi.

“Saat ini, yang terbaik adalah bursa saham turun dengan cepat, jadi Ketua The Fed Jerome Powell, bisa segera menurunkan inflasi,” kata Jim Cramer, yang dilansir CNBC.

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Ketika Wall Street menanjak, maka para investor tentunya akan mendapat cuan, hal ini bisa memicu kenaikan konsumsi yang pada akhirnya menahan inflasi di level tinggi.

Sebaliknya ketika Wall Street jeblok, portofolio investor akan menjadi negatif, dan bisa menahan niat konsumsi.

“Dalam beberapa tahun terakhir, kenaikan di pasar saham membuat para investor yang cuan belanja dalam jumlah yang besar. Jika Powell bisa membuat bursa turun dan tetap di bawah, membalikkan semua penguatan, maka investor kemungkinan akan menahan belanja mereka,” tambah Cramer.

Sementara itu Yen Jepang menjadi satu-satunya mata yang utama Asia yang mampu menguat pagi ini. Selain ada faktor teknikal yang membuatnya rebound setelah terpuruk ke level terlemah nyaris seperempat abad, rilis notula rapat kebijakan moneter bank sentral Jepang (Bank of Japan/BoJ) juga memberikan sentimen positif. ***


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Asian Currencies Move Against US Dollar | OBROLANBISNIS.com — The exchange rates of major Asian currencies did not move against the United States (US) dollar on trading Wednesday, June 22, 2022. In fact, the sentiment of market participants was quite good, judging from the movement of the stock market which strengthened.

As of 9:45 WIB, the Rupiah weakened 0.34% to Rp 14,855/US$. This level was the weakest since October 2020. However, the Rupiah was not the worst, there was the Chinese Yuan which also weakened 0.4% and the worst was the Philippine Peso by 0.41%.

The sentiment of market participants is actually good, as reflected in the strengthening of the US stock market (Wall Street). The Dow Jones index rose 2.15% yesterday, then the S&P 500 2.45% and the Nasdaq 2.5%.

However, if Wall Street continues to climb, then high inflation in the United States will be difficult to come down immediately. This could force the US Central Bank (The Fed) to act even more aggressively.

“Right now, it’s best for the stock market to go down quickly, so Fed Chair Jerome Powell can get inflation down right away,” said Jim Cramer, quoted by CNBC.

 

 



When Wall Street climbs, investors will certainly get cash, this can trigger an increase in consumption which in turn holds inflation at a high level.

On the other hand, when Wall Street crashes, investors’ portfolios will become negative, and they can restrain consumption intentions.

“In recent years, the upswing in the stock market has led to investors spending large sums of money. If Powell can get the market down and stay down, reversing all gains, then investors are likely to hold back their spending,” added Cramer.

Meanwhile, the Japanese Yen was the only major Asian currency that was able to strengthen this morning. Apart from technical factors that made it rebound after slumping to its weakest level in almost a quarter of a century, the release of the minutes of the monetary policy meeting of the Japanese Central Bank (Bank of Japan/BoJ) also gave positive sentiment. ***

 


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