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Gold Notches Modest Bounce From Lowest Close of 2018

Gold futures notched a modest gain on Monday, after a drop late last week that took the commodity to the lowest close of 2018, as trade tensions elevated global uncertainty, providing support for bullion prices. August gold rose $1.60, or 0.1%, to settle at $1,280.10 an ounce, after booking the lowest settlement since December and producing a roughly 1.9% weekly decline on Friday. Source : Marketwatch

Gold Steadies After Drop on Interest Rate Divergence

Gold steadies, after tumbling Friday on divergence in interest rate outlook in major economies. Bullion for immediate delivery +0.2% to $1,281.63/oz as of 9:54am in Tokyo; metal slid as much as 2.1% on Friday to low for year. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index +0.1% after +1.4% last week, most since Nov. 2016, as Federal Reserve says it will continue gradually hiking rates while ECB rules out higher rates until 2H of 2019. Speculators choose to focus on surging dollar over...

Dow futures fall more than 100 points as trade worries persist

U.S. stock futures lost ground Monday, putting the Dow industrials on track for a fifth losing session in a row as trade-war fears continued to weigh on global markets. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures gave up 147 points, or 0.6%, to 24,962, while S&P 500 futures shed 13.40 points, or 0.5%, to 2,771. Nasdaq-100 futures fell by 41.50 points, or 0.6%, to 7,240. Markets remain fixated on how trade-related disagreements between the U.S. and China are escalating. President Donald Trump on...

At least 3 killed in 6.1-magnitude Japan earthquake

A strong earthquake near Osaka, Japan, early Monday morning killed at least three people and injured at least 41, the Associated Press reported, citing local authorities. The 6.1-magnitude quake hit around 8 a.m., causing moderate damage, though some building were reported to be partially collapsed. No tsunami warning was issued. The Japan Times reported that nearby nuclear plants were undamaged, but bullet train lines and some freeways were shut down as a precaution, and nearly 180,000...

Gold attempts rebound after marking 2018's lowest settlement

Gold futures edged higher early Monday, aiming for a rebound from a drop that took the commodity to the lowest close of 2018, as U.S. government bond rates retreated and as trade tensions elevated global uncertainty, providing support for bullion prices. August gold picked up $4.90, or 0.4%, to $1,283.40 an ounce, after booking the lowest settlement since December and producing a roughly 1.9% weekly decline on Friday. Benchmark Treasury rates were retreating. The 10-year Treasury note yield,...

Wholesale Prices in U.S. Increased in August on Jump in Energy
Wednesday, 13 September 2017 19:46 WIB | ECONOMY |Ekonomi AS

Rising U.S. wholesale prices in August reflect the biggest jump in energy costs since January, while underlying inflation remained contained, a Labor Department report showed Wednesday in Washington.

Highlights of Producer Prices (August)

Producer-price index rose 0.2% m/m (est. 0.3% rise) after 0.1% drop the previous month

PPI rose 2.4% y/y after 1.9% gain in prior 12-month period

Excluding food and energy, core gauge rose 0.1% m/m, up 2% y/y

About three-fourths of the monthly gain in the headline gauge came from goods, most of which was due to a 9.5 percent jump in gasoline, along with the biggest rise in jet-fuel costs since 2009. Since the PPI pricing date was Aug. 15, the data shouldn't have captured the effects of Hurricane Harvey, said Scott Sager, a Bureau of Labor Statistics economist.

The PPI excluding food, energy, and trade services, a measure some economists prefer because it strips out the most volatile components, rose 1.9 percent from August 2016, the same as the prior month. That indicates broader inflation is taking time to pick up.

Price pressures in the production pipeline are still relatively contained, helping keep the Federal Reserve's preferred consumer-price measure below its goal and one reason why policy makers plan to raise borrowing costs only gradually. Central bankers will update their interest-rate forecasts next week, indicating whether the chances of a December hike have ebbed. 

 

Source : Bloomberg

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold Notches Modest Bounce From Lowest Close of 2018

Gold futures notched a modest gain on Monday, after a drop late last week that took the commodity to the lowest close of 2018, as trade tensions elevated global uncertainty, providing support for bullion prices. August gold rose $1.60, or 0.1%, to settle at $1,280.10 an ounce, after booking the lowest settlement since December and producing a roughly 1.9% weekly decline on Friday. Source : Marketwatch

Gold Steadies After Drop on Interest Rate Divergence

Gold steadies, after tumbling Friday on divergence in interest rate outlook in major economies. Bullion for immediate delivery +0.2% to $1,281.63/oz as of 9:54am in Tokyo; metal slid as much as 2.1% on Friday to low for year. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index +0.1% after +1.4% last week, most since Nov. 2016, as Federal Reserve says it will continue gradually hiking rates while ECB rules out higher rates until 2H of 2019. Speculators choose to focus on surging dollar over...

Dow futures fall more than 100 points as trade worries persist

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At least 3 killed in 6.1-magnitude Japan earthquake

A strong earthquake near Osaka, Japan, early Monday morning killed at least three people and injured at least 41, the Associated Press reported, citing local authorities. The 6.1-magnitude quake hit around 8 a.m., causing moderate damage, though some building were reported to be partially collapsed. No tsunami warning was issued. The Japan Times reported that nearby nuclear plants were undamaged, but bullet train lines and some freeways were shut down as a precaution, and nearly 180,000...

Gold attempts rebound after marking 2018's lowest settlement

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