GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian stocks at 2-year low, US$ steadfast as growth outlook darkens

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MSCI's index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.5% in early trade to a two-year low, dragged down by concerns about China's property market where homeowner threats to cease mortgage payments have spooked markets.China's main share index was marginally higher, while a Hong Kong-listed index of mainland stocks . fell more than 2%. Japan's Nikkei edged 0.1% lower. The U.S. dollar stood near two-decade highs on the euro and yen, having forced the euro below $1 for the first time since 2002 this week.

SINGAPORE:Asian stocks hit a two-year low on Friday and were heading for a weekly loss, while the dollar was set for its third week of gains as a fresh slew of rate hikes around the world deepened worry about the outlook for global economic growth.

Although wagers on a 100 basis point hike from the U.S. Federal Reserve later this month eased off a little overnight as Fed officials hosed down that possibility, bond markets remain priced for steep hikes to slam the brakes on output. US/

Adding to those broad global growth concerns, China released second quarter economic data on Friday showing growth was slower than expected and the property sector had severe funding stresses, with retail sales being the only bright spot as major cities were locked down to contain COVID-19

MSCI's index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.5% in early trade to a two-year low, dragged down by concerns about China's property market where homeowner threats to cease mortgage payments have spooked markets.

China's main share index was marginally higher, while a Hong Kong-listed index of mainland stocks . fell more than 2%.

Japan's Nikkei edged 0.1% lower. The U.S. dollar stood near two-decade highs on the euro and yen, having forced the euro below $1 for the first time since 2002 this week.

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Overnight, Wall Street indexes fell after weaker-than-expected earnings from JPMorgan Chase & Co and Morgan Stanley fanned fears of a sharp economic downturn. .N

The S&P 500 .SPX finished 0.3% lower but futures EScv1 were up 0.35% in Asia after Fed Governor Christopher Waller and St. Louis Fed President James Bullard poured some cold water on talk of a 100 bp rate hikes later in July.

"Markets may have gotten ahead of themselves," Waller said at a summit in Idaho. Bullard also told Japan's Nikkei newspaper that a 75 bp hike "has a lot of virtue to it."

Futures 0#FF: imply about a 30% chance of a 100 bp hike and see the benchmark U.S. interest rate reaching about 3.6% by March next year before being cut back to 3% by late 2023.

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This week the Bank of Canada surprised markets with a 100 bp hike, central banks in South Korea and New Zealand announced 50 bp hikes and in Singapore and the Philippines authorities tightened policy out-of-cycle to tamp down on inflation.

U.S. retail sales data will also be closely watched data point on Friday.

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