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Oil Holds Loss as Iraq Seeks to Revive Output From Kirkuk Fields

Oil held losses as Iraq sought to revive output from fields in the country™s northern Kurdish regions and as U.S. fuel inventories increased. Futures added 0.2 percent in New York after dropping 1.4 percent Thursday. Iraq engineers worked to replace equipment missing from oil fields in the disputed Kirkuk province that government troops recaptured this week from Kurdish forces, a person with knowledge of the situation said. U.S. gasoline stockpiles rose for a fourth week...

Gold Heads for Weekly Drop as U.S. Equities at Record

Gold heads for fifth weekly decline in six, with U.S. stocks at record levels and investors weighing monetary policy implications of a new chair of U.S. Federal Reserve. Bullion for immediate delivery -0.3% to $1,285.92/oz at 9:40am in Singapore, according to Bloomberg generic pricing Price -1.4% this week S&P 500 Index eked out gain to finish at fresh all-time high Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index +0.3% this week Yield on 10-year Treasuries steady at...

Tokyo Stocks Open Lower, Nissan Under Pressure

Tokyo stocks opened lower Friday on profit-taking after the benchmark index posted its longest string of gains in nearly 30 years, while Nissan dropped as it unveiled plans to suspend production amid an inspection scandal. The Nikkei 225 fell 0.32 percent, or 67.72 points, to 21,380.80 in early trade, while the broader Topix index lost 0.36 percent, or 6.19 points, to 1,723.85. Source: AFP

U.S. stocks close at records on tax cut hopes

U.S. benchmark stock indexes all rose on Friday to close at record levels after the Senate adopted a federal budget for next year, a key step on the road to tax cuts. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 164 points to 23326, and was up 2.0% for the week. The Nasdaq Composite Index gained 24 points at 6629. The S&P 500 was up 13 points to 2575, and 0.9% for the week. The Dow and the S&P 500 close out their sixth straight weekly gain, while the Nasdaq notched its fourth straight...

Gold Prices Decline as Dollar Gains Strength on Tax Reform Hopes

The gold selloff resumed on Friday, with the metal set to suffer its worst weekly performance in a month as the dollar rallied on news that the Republican-controlled Senate has passed a budget blueprint. Gold for December delivery lost $7.10, or 0.6%, to $1,282.90 an ounce, setting it on track for its lowest settlement since Oct. 6 and a 1.7% weekly drop. That would mark the worst week since Sept. 22, according to FactSet data. Silver for December lost 0.3% to $17.20 an ounce, putting it on...

U.S. Jobless Claims Decline as Hurricane Impact Ebbs in South
Thursday, 5 October 2017 19:47 WIB | UNITED STATES |ECONOMICKlaim pengangguran ASEkonomi ASUS Jobless Claims

U.S. filings for unemployment benefits fell last week as the impact of hurricanes Harvey and Irma faded in several states, Labor Department figures showed Thursday.

Initial claims fell by 12k to 260k (est. 265k).

Continuing claims increased by 2k to 1.938m in week ended Sept. 23 (data reported with one-week lag).

Four-week average of initial claims, a less-volatile measure than the weekly figure, fell to 268,250 from 277,750 in prior week.

Applications for unemployment insurance fell by a combined 9,000 in Florida, Georgia and Texas last week before seasonal adjustments, as those states recover from the storms that struck in late August and early September. Claims for Puerto Rico were estimated again, as the island copes with severe damage and disruptions from Hurricane Maria.

It could take time for the full impact from the storms to be fully visible in data, as some offices could have been unable to process claims and those who were displaced by the weather take longer to file. At the same time, the volatility is expected to dissipate as business returns to normal in areas and workers come back. Before the storms, claims were hovering near the lowest level in more than four decades.

The impact from Harvey and Irma probably slowed hiring last month, with economists projecting 80,000 payroll gains -- about half of August™s gain. The Labor Department releases those monthly figures for September on Friday.

Source: Bloomberg

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Oil Holds Loss as Iraq Seeks to Revive Output From Kirkuk Fields

Oil held losses as Iraq sought to revive output from fields in the country™s northern Kurdish regions and as U.S. fuel inventories increased. Futures added 0.2 percent in New York after dropping 1.4 percent Thursday. Iraq engineers worked to replace equipment missing from oil fields in the disputed Kirkuk province that government troops recaptured this week from Kurdish forces, a person with knowledge of the situation said. U.S. gasoline stockpiles rose for a fourth week...

Gold Heads for Weekly Drop as U.S. Equities at Record

Gold heads for fifth weekly decline in six, with U.S. stocks at record levels and investors weighing monetary policy implications of a new chair of U.S. Federal Reserve. Bullion for immediate delivery -0.3% to $1,285.92/oz at 9:40am in Singapore, according to Bloomberg generic pricing Price -1.4% this week S&P 500 Index eked out gain to finish at fresh all-time high Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index +0.3% this week Yield on 10-year Treasuries steady at...

Tokyo Stocks Open Lower, Nissan Under Pressure

Tokyo stocks opened lower Friday on profit-taking after the benchmark index posted its longest string of gains in nearly 30 years, while Nissan dropped as it unveiled plans to suspend production amid an inspection scandal. The Nikkei 225 fell 0.32 percent, or 67.72 points, to 21,380.80 in early trade, while the broader Topix index lost 0.36 percent, or 6.19 points, to 1,723.85. Source: AFP

U.S. stocks close at records on tax cut hopes

U.S. benchmark stock indexes all rose on Friday to close at record levels after the Senate adopted a federal budget for next year, a key step on the road to tax cuts. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 164 points to 23326, and was up 2.0% for the week. The Nasdaq Composite Index gained 24 points at 6629. The S&P 500 was up 13 points to 2575, and 0.9% for the week. The Dow and the S&P 500 close out their sixth straight weekly gain, while the Nasdaq notched its fourth straight...

Gold Prices Decline as Dollar Gains Strength on Tax Reform Hopes

The gold selloff resumed on Friday, with the metal set to suffer its worst weekly performance in a month as the dollar rallied on news that the Republican-controlled Senate has passed a budget blueprint. Gold for December delivery lost $7.10, or 0.6%, to $1,282.90 an ounce, setting it on track for its lowest settlement since Oct. 6 and a 1.7% weekly drop. That would mark the worst week since Sept. 22, according to FactSet data. Silver for December lost 0.3% to $17.20 an ounce, putting it on...

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