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[Market] Spot silver fell by more than 1.00% within a day, and is now at $20.82 per ounce.
[Market] GBP/USD fell 0.50% against the US dollar within the day, and is now at 1.1415.
Bank Indonesia Governor: Next year, cross-border QR payment will be fully realized among the 5 ASEAN countries.
[Market] South Korea's KOSPI index erased its previous 2% gain.
Malaysia's palm oil output in September was estimated at 1.76 million tonnes, up 2 percent from August, according to a Reuters poll.
Central Bank of the Philippines: Medium-term inflation risks are broadly balanced.
Bank of the Philippines: In the near term, upside risks continue to dominate the inflation outlook, and we are prepared to take all necessary policy actions to bring inflation back on track to our target.
Spreads on Asian investment-grade U.S. dollar bonds narrowed by at least 3 basis points, traders said.
Traders said the Asia ex-Japan credit default swap (CDS) index narrowed by about 5 basis points.
[Market] Spot gold fell to $1,720 an ounce, down 0.36% on the day.
Japan will sell 900 billion yen of 30-year government bonds on October 12.
[Market] Since the announcement of the New Zealand Federal Reserve's interest rate decision, the New Zealand dollar against the US dollar NZD/USD has risen by nearly 70 points, and the intraday increase has expanded to 1.23%, and is now at 0.5798.
Reserve Bank of New Zealand: Some members stressed that the current larger increase in the official cash rate (OCR) would reduce the likelihood of it reaching the higher required peak.
[Market] MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose 1%.
[Market] The New Zealand dollar against the US dollar NZD/USD continued to rise. After the announcement of the interest rate decision, it rose by 50 points to 0.5779, up 0.80% on the day.
RBNZ: Wholesale funding costs are rising and bank funding conditions are expected to become less accommodating.
[Quote] The New Zealand dollar two-year swap jumped 5 basis points, as the New Zealand Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates further.
RBNZ: Members also noted a lag in monetary policy transmission and slow transmission to retail interest rates.
RBC: "Uncertainty" about voluntary production cuts at OPEC+ meeting, the group's "real problem" is room for further cuts.
RBNZ: The Committee is determined to accomplish its policy mandate.