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Gold Ekes Out a Gain to Notch Another Finish at a More Than 6-Year High

Gold prices recovered earlier losses Thursday to score a modest gain and another finish at a more than six-year high, on the back of haven-related buying spurred on by risks to the global economy. The magnitude of the gains in the gold market Wednesday œwere somewhat disappointing given the 800-point decline in the Dow and an avalanche of dire forecast[s] for the U.S. economy, analysts at Zaner Metals said in daily commentary. Gold for December delivery tacked on $3.40, or 0.2%, to...

Hong Kong stocks rebound from early losses

Hong Kong stocks recovered to close higher on Thursday after an early slump following hefty losses on Wall Street over fears of a global recession. The Hang Seng Index rose 0.76 percent or 193.18 points to end at 25,495.46. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index gained 0.25 percent, or 6.89 points, to close at 2,815.80. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, closed 0.53 percent, or 8.07 points higher, to 1,517.07. Source : AFP

Gold prices rise on falling bond yields, trade uncertainty

Gold prices gained on Friday as the steep fall in U.S. bond yields continued, while conflicting signals on the Sino-U.S. trade war added to economic uncertainty. Spot gold was up 0.2% at $1,525.21 per ounce at 01:05 GMT. The metal has gained nearly 2% so far this week, and is on track for its third straight weekly gain. U.S. gold futures rose 0.3% to $1,535.50 an ounce. Data showing strong U.S. retail sales in July did not have an impact on the bond rally. Yields on 30-year paper hit an...

Oil Ends Down a Second Straight Session on Trade Worries, Recession Fears

Oil futures ended lower Thursday for a second consecutive session, as U.S.-China trade tensions continue to feed worries about a global economic slowdown that could weigh on demand. Prices for natural gas, meanwhile, settled sharply higher”at their highest month to date”on the back of a smaller-than-forecast weekly rise in U.S. supplies of the fuel, as warmer weather forecasts buoyed demand prospects for the fuel. Against that backdrop, West Texas Intermediate crude for September...

European Stocks Close Lower In Choppy Session

European stocks traded lower Thursday amid a volatile session following a global sell-off as bond markets stoked fears of an impending recession. The pan-European Stoxx 600 finished the session was down 0.29% in afternoon trade at 365.09, autos leading losses with a 1.5% fall as the majority of sectors and major bourses dropped into the red. Utilities were the standout performers, gaining 0.7%. Global markets were routed on Wednesday as the U.S. 2-year/10-year Treasury yield curve inverted...

U.K Inflation Stays Below Target on Computer Games, Cheaper Food
Wednesday, 17 April 2019 15:59 WIB | ECONOMY |Inflasi

U.K. inflation unexpectedly stayed below target last month as higher fuel prices were offset by the cost of food and computer games.

Annual consumer-price growth remained at 1.9 percent, its third month below the Bank of England™s 2 percent goal, the Office for National Statistics said Wednesday. Core inflation held at 1.8 percent.

The figures leave prices rising much more slowly than wages, a boost for consumers, whose spending drives the British economy. The lack of headline inflationary pressure gives policy makers breathing space to keep interest rates on hold until the Brexit crisis is resolved. 

Rising oil prices saw the cost of filling up a vehicle climb 1 percent last month, compared with a 1.3 percent decline a year earlier. 

But food costs fell 0.1 percent and the recreation and culture sector saw prices rise more slowly than they did in March 2018. This was driven by games, toys and hobbies as well as the cost of compact discs, videos and music downloads, the ONS said. 

Inflation in the services sector, seen as proxy for domestically generated inflation, held at 2.5 percent for a third month. Goods inflation remained at 1.3 percent. 

Pipeline cost pressures were also subdued. Producer input prices fell 0.2 percent from February and were up just 3.7 percent from a year earlier. Output prices rose 0.3 percent on the month for an annual gain of 2.4 percent. 

Brexit fears continued to take a toll on the property market, with annual house-price growth slowing to 0.6 percent in February, the least since September 2012. 

The worst-performing region was London, where property values declined 3.8 percent, the biggest annual drop since August 2009 when Britain was in the grip of the global financial crisis. 

Prices in the U.K. capital have fallen for four consecutive months and now stand at 460,000 pounds on average, the lowest level for three years. The fall was more pronounced in inner London boroughs, which declined 4.1 percent. Outer districts fell 1.1 percent. House prices in southeast England also posted an annual fall for the first time since 2011.

Source : Bloomberg

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Gold Ekes Out a Gain to Notch Another Finish at a More Than 6-Year High

Gold prices recovered earlier losses Thursday to score a modest gain and another finish at a more than six-year high, on the back of haven-related buying spurred on by risks to the global economy. The magnitude of the gains in the gold market Wednesday œwere somewhat disappointing given the 800-point decline in the Dow and an avalanche of dire forecast[s] for the U.S. economy, analysts at Zaner Metals said in daily commentary. Gold for December delivery tacked on $3.40, or 0.2%, to...

Hong Kong stocks rebound from early losses

Hong Kong stocks recovered to close higher on Thursday after an early slump following hefty losses on Wall Street over fears of a global recession. The Hang Seng Index rose 0.76 percent or 193.18 points to end at 25,495.46. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index gained 0.25 percent, or 6.89 points, to close at 2,815.80. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, closed 0.53 percent, or 8.07 points higher, to 1,517.07. Source : AFP

Gold prices rise on falling bond yields, trade uncertainty

Gold prices gained on Friday as the steep fall in U.S. bond yields continued, while conflicting signals on the Sino-U.S. trade war added to economic uncertainty. Spot gold was up 0.2% at $1,525.21 per ounce at 01:05 GMT. The metal has gained nearly 2% so far this week, and is on track for its third straight weekly gain. U.S. gold futures rose 0.3% to $1,535.50 an ounce. Data showing strong U.S. retail sales in July did not have an impact on the bond rally. Yields on 30-year paper hit an...

Oil Ends Down a Second Straight Session on Trade Worries, Recession Fears

Oil futures ended lower Thursday for a second consecutive session, as U.S.-China trade tensions continue to feed worries about a global economic slowdown that could weigh on demand. Prices for natural gas, meanwhile, settled sharply higher”at their highest month to date”on the back of a smaller-than-forecast weekly rise in U.S. supplies of the fuel, as warmer weather forecasts buoyed demand prospects for the fuel. Against that backdrop, West Texas Intermediate crude for September...

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