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Oil Trades Near $68 as U.S. Rig Count Falls by Most Since March

Oil held steady near $68 a barrel as U.S. data showed the nation's drillers decreased activity. September futures in New York were little changed after falling 2.4 percent last week. The August contract expired Friday at $70.46 a barrel. U.S. working oil rigs fell by five to 858, the biggest drop since March 30, according to data from Baker Hughes. Meanwhile, hedge funds cut their net-long position in West Texas Intermediate by the most since May, according to U.S....

Nikkei hit as Trump comments, BOJ reports boost yen

Japan's Nikkei fell on Monday, after U.S. President Donald Trump's latest trade comments and speculation towards the Bank of Japan tweaking its massive easing scheme triggered a rally in the yen. The Nikkei was down 1.29 percent at 22,404.45 on midday trade The dollar traded below 111.00 yen, having tumbled from the six-month peak above 113.00 scaled late last week after President Trump said the strong greenback put his country at a disadvantage. Losses in Topix stocks were less pronounced...

USD/JPY: bears burst below 111 the figure and score a low of 110.85

USD/JPY is on the move in Asia and Tokyo has pushed it higher to test the 111 psychological level with a low of 110.85 so far from a high of 111.51. USD/JPY has been dropping, following the move that started last week following Trump's comments on CNBC that have sparked an unwinding in the dollar. The DXY has dropped all the way back to 94.2810 from close to 95.31 earlier in the month. However, there is a decoupling of US yields and the dollar where 10yr treasury yields rose from 2.84% to...

Tokyo stocks open lower in early trade

Tokyo stocks opened lower on Monday as the yen firmed against the dollar after US President Donald Trump accused China and the European Union of keeping their currencies low. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index lost 0.89 percent, or 200.89 points, to 22,496.99 in early trade, while the broader Topix index was down 0.44 percent, or 7.71 points, at 1,737.27. Source : AFP

Gold Climbs 2nd Day as Dollar Slumps on Trump's Tweets

Gold advances for second day as dollar weakens after U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted that China and the European Union have been manipulating their currencies. Bullion for immediate delivery +0.3% to $1,233.30/oz at 9:53am in Singapore, after +0.5% on Friday: Bloomberg generic pricing. Metal hit $1,211.63 last week, lowest since July 2017, as rising dollar, trade tensions spur declines. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index -0.2% after -0.8% Friday. In other precious...

Wholesale Prices in U.S. Increased More Than Forecast in October
Tuesday, 14 November 2017 21:01 WIB | UNITED STATES |Ekonomi AS

U.S. wholesale prices advanced more than forecast in October, boosted by higher margins at fuel retailers, a Labor Department report showed Tuesday in Washington. Compared with a year earlier, producer prices rose the most in more than five years.

Highlights of Producer Prices (October) :

Producer-price index rose 0.4% (est. 0.1% gain) for a second month.

PPI climbed 2.8% from a year earlier, the most since February 2012, after 2.6% gain in prior 12-month period.

Excluding food and energy, core gauge rose 0.4% from prior month and was up 2.4% from October 2016. 

The report indicates price pressures in the production pipeline may be starting to build even as broader inflation remains below the Federal Reserve's goal. 

The PPI reflected a 0.5 percent increase in services costs, the most since April, and a 0.3 percent gain in the cost of goods, the report showed.

Nearly half of the gain in services costs reflected higher margins for fuel retailers, which surged almost 25 percent. Almost half of the advance in goods prices was attributable to pharmaceuticals, which climbed 2.1 percent.

The PPI excluding food, energy, and trade services, a measure some economists prefer because it strips out the most volatile components, rose 2.3 percent from October 2016 following a 2.1 percent gain. 

Excluding the volatile categories of food, energy, and trade services,producer costs climbed 0.2 percent for a third month.

Energy-related goods prices were unchanged in October, while food costs climbed 0.5 percent, the most in four months.

Source: Bloomberg

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Oil Trades Near $68 as U.S. Rig Count Falls by Most Since March

Oil held steady near $68 a barrel as U.S. data showed the nation's drillers decreased activity. September futures in New York were little changed after falling 2.4 percent last week. The August contract expired Friday at $70.46 a barrel. U.S. working oil rigs fell by five to 858, the biggest drop since March 30, according to data from Baker Hughes. Meanwhile, hedge funds cut their net-long position in West Texas Intermediate by the most since May, according to U.S....

Nikkei hit as Trump comments, BOJ reports boost yen

Japan's Nikkei fell on Monday, after U.S. President Donald Trump's latest trade comments and speculation towards the Bank of Japan tweaking its massive easing scheme triggered a rally in the yen. The Nikkei was down 1.29 percent at 22,404.45 on midday trade The dollar traded below 111.00 yen, having tumbled from the six-month peak above 113.00 scaled late last week after President Trump said the strong greenback put his country at a disadvantage. Losses in Topix stocks were less pronounced...

USD/JPY: bears burst below 111 the figure and score a low of 110.85

USD/JPY is on the move in Asia and Tokyo has pushed it higher to test the 111 psychological level with a low of 110.85 so far from a high of 111.51. USD/JPY has been dropping, following the move that started last week following Trump's comments on CNBC that have sparked an unwinding in the dollar. The DXY has dropped all the way back to 94.2810 from close to 95.31 earlier in the month. However, there is a decoupling of US yields and the dollar where 10yr treasury yields rose from 2.84% to...

Tokyo stocks open lower in early trade

Tokyo stocks opened lower on Monday as the yen firmed against the dollar after US President Donald Trump accused China and the European Union of keeping their currencies low. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index lost 0.89 percent, or 200.89 points, to 22,496.99 in early trade, while the broader Topix index was down 0.44 percent, or 7.71 points, at 1,737.27. Source : AFP

Gold Climbs 2nd Day as Dollar Slumps on Trump's Tweets

Gold advances for second day as dollar weakens after U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted that China and the European Union have been manipulating their currencies. Bullion for immediate delivery +0.3% to $1,233.30/oz at 9:53am in Singapore, after +0.5% on Friday: Bloomberg generic pricing. Metal hit $1,211.63 last week, lowest since July 2017, as rising dollar, trade tensions spur declines. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index -0.2% after -0.8% Friday. In other precious...

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