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Gold prices rise on weaker dollar as traders weigh progress on U.S.-China trade

Gold prices climbed Friday, buoyed by weakness in the dollar and a fall in bond yields, as traders struggled to sort out news that China has agreed to the text of a phase one trade deal with United States. Against that backdrop, February gold rose $3.70, or 0.3%, at $1,476 an ounce, set to more than recover its loss from Thursday. March silver meanwhile, shed 1.9 cents, or 0.1%, to $16.93 an ounce, after four consecutive sessions of gains. Among other metals on Comex, March copper fell 0.5%...

Hong Kong Stocks Soar on Trade Deal Reports (Review)

Hong Kong stocks jumped more than two percent Friday after reports said China and the US had finally reached a partial trade agreement that will see Washington cancel tariffs due to be imposed at the weekend. The Hang Seng index soared 2.57 percent, or 693.62 points, to 27,687.76. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index added 1.78 percent, or 51.98 points, to 2,967.68 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, rallied 1.48 percent, or 24.22 points, to...

Stocks Open Slightly Lower as Investors Remain Uncertain on Trade Deal

U.S. stocks edged lower at the opening bell on Friday, pulling major equity benchmarks back from their all-time highs, as market participants were unsure about the outcome of recent trade negotiations ahead of tariffs on Chinese imports set to kick in on Dec. 15. The S&P 500 fell 0.1% to 3,164. The Dow Jones Industrial Average retreated 27 points, or 01.%, to 28,104. The Nasdaq Composite fell 0.1% to 8,711. Investors are monitoring a news briefing by Chinese officials that could outline...

Stock market books tepid gains to end the week as market weighs merits of limited China trade-deal

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite finished the week at records Friday but enthusiasm over an announced China-U.S. partial trade deal, which had sparked buying Thursday, faded as investors weighed aspects of the so-called phase-one pact. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up about 0.01% at 28,135, missing a record close at 28,164, while the S&P 500 index advanced less than 0.01% to 3,169, enough for a fresh all time high. The Nasdaq Composite Index closed up 0.2% to end at...

Dow, S&P 500 decline after U.S., China announce trade deal with modest tariff reduction

U.S. stocks traded mostly lower Friday, giving back early gains, after President Trump and Chinese officials announced a trade deal that includes a reduction of tariffs and promises by China to buy more U.S. goods. Meanwhile, a decisive victory for Conservatives in Thursday™s U.K. election that reduces policy uncertainty and clears a path for Brexit also boosted investor sentiment for a while. The Dow Jones Industrial Average  fell 44 points, 0.2%, to 28,087, while the S&P 500...

U.K. Inflation Returns to BOE Target on Air Fares, Car Prices
Wednesday, 19 June 2019 15:53 WIB | ECONOMY |UK Inflation

Falling air fares and car prices saw U.K. inflation return to the Bank of England™s target last month.

Consumer prices rose 2% from a year earlier, down from 2.1% in April, the Office for National Statistics said Wednesday. Core inflation slowed to 1.7% from 1.8%.

Air fares, which surged in an Easter-related boost in April, fell 5.2% in May compared with a 10% increase a year earlier. Vehicle prices declined 0.3%, and there was also downward pressure from the cost of auto fuel, which rose less than it did last May.

Upward pressures came from rising prices for games, toys, hobbies, furniture and accommodation.

The BOE expects inflation to fall back below target this year, giving officials breathing space to keep interest rates on hold amid the continuing uncertainty over Brexit. Policy makers will announce their latest decision at noon on Thursday.

While the labor market remains tight, growth in the wider economy is slowing sharply as the first-quarter boost from stockpiling evaporates.

Inflation in the services sector, seen as a proxy for domestically generated inflation, slowed to 2.6% in May from 2.9% in April, while goods-price inflation edged up to 1.5%.

Other figures showed pipeline pressures remained subdued, with producer input prices rising just 1.3% from a year earlier, the weakest reading in three years. Cheaper oil drove the slowdown. Output prices gained 1.8%, also the least since 2016.

House prices in England and Wales rose an annual 1.4% in April amid concerns over Brexit and higher property taxes. In London, they fell 1.2%. Prices rose on the month, however, in a sign the property market may be stabilizing.

Wales was the strongest U.K. region, with house prices up 6.7% on the year, the biggest increase since 2014.

Source : Bloomberg

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Gold prices rise on weaker dollar as traders weigh progress on U.S.-China trade

Gold prices climbed Friday, buoyed by weakness in the dollar and a fall in bond yields, as traders struggled to sort out news that China has agreed to the text of a phase one trade deal with United States. Against that backdrop, February gold rose $3.70, or 0.3%, at $1,476 an ounce, set to more than recover its loss from Thursday. March silver meanwhile, shed 1.9 cents, or 0.1%, to $16.93 an ounce, after four consecutive sessions of gains. Among other metals on Comex, March copper fell 0.5%...

Hong Kong Stocks Soar on Trade Deal Reports (Review)

Hong Kong stocks jumped more than two percent Friday after reports said China and the US had finally reached a partial trade agreement that will see Washington cancel tariffs due to be imposed at the weekend. The Hang Seng index soared 2.57 percent, or 693.62 points, to 27,687.76. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index added 1.78 percent, or 51.98 points, to 2,967.68 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, rallied 1.48 percent, or 24.22 points, to...

Stocks Open Slightly Lower as Investors Remain Uncertain on Trade Deal

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