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Gold Surges as Saudi Attack Spurs Haven Demand Ahead of Fed Meet

Gold and silver rallied after a strike against Saudi Arabian oil facilities hurt supplies and prompted a record surge in oil prices, with investors seeking haven assets at the start of a week that™ll also see critical policy decisions from central banks including the Federal Reserve. Gold jumped more than 1%, trading above $1,500 an ounce, while its cheaper sister metal climbed more than 2% as investors gauged the ramifications from the assuault against the world's biggest...

Dollar falls as oil attacks send investors to safety

The dollar fell while safe-havens and currencies of oil producing countries rallied on Monday, following an attack on Saudi Arabian refining facilities that disrupted global oil supply and heightened Middle East tensions. Oil prices surged more than 15% following the strikes on two plants, including the world's biggest petroleum processing facility in Abqaiq, knocked out more than 5% of global oil supply. Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi group claimed responsibility for the damage, but the U.S....

Gold Prices Jump Amid Middle East Tensions; Investors Eye Central Banks Meetings

Gold Prices jumped on Monday in Asia after a strike against two Saudi Arabian oil facilities heightened tensions in the Middle East and boosted safe-haven demand. Gold Futures for delivery on the Comex exchange gained 0.8% to $1,510.95a troy ounce by 12:38 AM ET (04:38 GMT). An attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities on Saturday knocked out more than 5% of global oil supply, intensifying tensions in the Middle East and sent oil prices surging as much as 20%. U.S. President Donald Trump said...

Gold Rallies on Concern Saudi Attack May Presage Wider Conflict

Gold and other precious metals rallied after a strike against Saudi Arabian oil facilities raised the possibility of retaliatory U.S. military action in the Middle East. Investors are seeking haven assets at the start of a week that will also see critical policy decisions from central banks including the Federal Reserve. Gold jumped as much as 1.6% as investors gauged the ramifications from the assault against the world™s top oil exporter, and palladium hit a fresh record. Secretary...

Hong Kong stocks open in negative territory

Hong Kong stocks fell in the first few minutes of trade Monday following last week's healthy gains, while traders were also spooked by more protest violence in the city at the weekend. The Hang Seng Index eased 0.69 percent, or 189.85 points, to 27,162.84. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.35 percent, or 10.68 points, to 3,041.92, while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, added 0.35 percent, or 5.89 points, to 1,687.12. Source : AFP

China March Exports Rebound to Five-Month High But Imports Fall More Than Expected
Friday, 12 April 2019 15:41 WIB | ECONOMY |ekonomi China ImporEkspor China

China's exports rebounded in March but imports shrank for a fourth straight month and at a sharper pace, painting a mixed picture of the economy as trade talks with the United States reach their endgame.

Investors are hoping for signs of economic recovery in China to temper worries about slowing global growth, after the IMF this week downgraded its 2019 world outlook for the third time.

But veteran China watchers had said export gains may be due more to seasonal factors than any sudden turnaround in lackluster global demand, as shipments were expected to jump after long holidays in February.

March exports rose 14.2 percent from a year earlier, customs data showed on Friday, the strongest growth in five months. Economists polled by Reuters had expected a 7.3 percent gain after February's 20.8 percent plunge.

Shipments picked up around 3 percent month-on-month, suggesting some improvement in foreign demand, Julian Evans-Pritchard, senior China economist at Capital Economics, said in a note. But he said exports have yet to fully recover from a sharp slowdown late last year.

Adding to the worries, China's imports fell more than expected, suggesting its domestic demand remains weak.

Imports fell 7.6 percent from a year earlier, worse than analysts' forecasts for a 1.3 percent fall and widening from February's 5.2 percent drop.

That left the country with a trade surplus of $32.64 billion for the month, according to Reuters calculations based on the official data, much larger than forecasts of $7.05 billion.

In the first quarter, exports rose 1.4 percent from a year earlier, while imports fell 4.8 percent.

A customs spokesman said he expects mild growth in both exports and imports in the current quarter.

Source : Reuters

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Gold Surges as Saudi Attack Spurs Haven Demand Ahead of Fed Meet

Gold and silver rallied after a strike against Saudi Arabian oil facilities hurt supplies and prompted a record surge in oil prices, with investors seeking haven assets at the start of a week that™ll also see critical policy decisions from central banks including the Federal Reserve. Gold jumped more than 1%, trading above $1,500 an ounce, while its cheaper sister metal climbed more than 2% as investors gauged the ramifications from the assuault against the world's biggest...

Dollar falls as oil attacks send investors to safety

The dollar fell while safe-havens and currencies of oil producing countries rallied on Monday, following an attack on Saudi Arabian refining facilities that disrupted global oil supply and heightened Middle East tensions. Oil prices surged more than 15% following the strikes on two plants, including the world's biggest petroleum processing facility in Abqaiq, knocked out more than 5% of global oil supply. Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi group claimed responsibility for the damage, but the U.S....

Gold Prices Jump Amid Middle East Tensions; Investors Eye Central Banks Meetings

Gold Prices jumped on Monday in Asia after a strike against two Saudi Arabian oil facilities heightened tensions in the Middle East and boosted safe-haven demand. Gold Futures for delivery on the Comex exchange gained 0.8% to $1,510.95a troy ounce by 12:38 AM ET (04:38 GMT). An attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities on Saturday knocked out more than 5% of global oil supply, intensifying tensions in the Middle East and sent oil prices surging as much as 20%. U.S. President Donald Trump said...

Gold Rallies on Concern Saudi Attack May Presage Wider Conflict

Gold and other precious metals rallied after a strike against Saudi Arabian oil facilities raised the possibility of retaliatory U.S. military action in the Middle East. Investors are seeking haven assets at the start of a week that will also see critical policy decisions from central banks including the Federal Reserve. Gold jumped as much as 1.6% as investors gauged the ramifications from the assault against the world™s top oil exporter, and palladium hit a fresh record. Secretary...

Hong Kong stocks open in negative territory

Hong Kong stocks fell in the first few minutes of trade Monday following last week's healthy gains, while traders were also spooked by more protest violence in the city at the weekend. The Hang Seng Index eased 0.69 percent, or 189.85 points, to 27,162.84. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.35 percent, or 10.68 points, to 3,041.92, while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, added 0.35 percent, or 5.89 points, to 1,687.12. Source : AFP

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