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Gold down a fourth session as dollar index sees modest pull back from 17-month high

Gold prices ended lower Tuesday, logging a fourth straight decline and the seventh down session out of the past eight, as a popular gauge of the dollar slipped but remained near its highest level in roughly 17 months. December gold fell $2.10, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,201.40 an ounce. It dipped to a low of $1,196.60, but also crossed briefly into positive territory to touch a high of $1,205.50. It marked its lowest finish for a most-active contract since Oct. 10, according to FactSet...

Gold Settles Higher After Recent Downdraft, With Inflation Data, Dollar Action in Focus

Gold prices settled higher on Wednesday, marking a modest reversal in selling action that had driven the metal down for seven sessions in the past eight. December gold settled at $1,210.10 an ounce, up $8.70, or 0.7%. Tuesday™s finish at $1,201.40 was the lowest for a most-active contract since Oct. 10, according to FactSet data. December silver tacked on 10.3 cents, or 0.7%, to $14.08 an ounce. Its settlement Tuesday at $13.977 was the lowest for a most-active contract since January...

Gold Steady Before U.S. Inflation Data, Powell Speech

Gold held gains as investors awaited Wednesday™s U.S. inflationreport and a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that may calm some concerns about the central bank pushing its interest rate-hike cycle too far. U.S. consumer inflation probably rebounded in October after easing in September. Meanwhile, Powell will discuss national and global economic issues in a moderated conversation with Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan. Bullion for immediate...

HK stocks rise as fresh trade talk possibility eases Wall St worries (Review)

Stocks in Hong Kong rose on Tuesday as Beijing and Washington are said to be preparing for fresh trade talks, helping investors overcome the overnight rout in the U.S. markets The Hang Seng index gained 0.6 percent to 25,792.87 and the Hang Seng China Enterprises index edged up 0.4 percent. The sub indices for the financial sector rose by 0.5 percent and the property sector was 0.6 percent higher. The market was lacklustre in the morning, treading in the negative territory by midday. But as...

Gold Prices Fall Below $1,200 to 1-Month Low

Gold prices fell below the $1,200 psychological support on Tuesday, dropping to a one-month low as dollar strength continued to put downward pressure on the precious metal. At 5:23 AM ET (10:23 GMT), gold futures for December delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange fell $4.00, or 0.33%, to $1,197.30 a troy ounce, it's lowest level since Oct. 11. Meanwhile, the¯U.S. U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six major currencies, gained...

U.S. Service Industries Grow Near Record Pace, Topping Forecasts
Wednesday, 3 October 2018 21:28 WIB | UNITED STATES |Ekonomi ASISMISM AS

A gauge of U.S. service industries unexpectedly rose to a near-record level in September, an Institute for Supply Management survey showed Wednesday, offering fresh evidence of strength in the biggest part of the economy.

Non-manufacturing index rose to 61.6 (est. 58) from 58.5; readings above 50 indicate expansion.

Measure of business activity increased to 65.2, highest since January 2004, from 60.7.

Employment measure jumped to a record 62.4 from 56.7.

The reading topped all estimates in Bloomberg's survey of economists, underscoring continued strength at service companies amid solid consumer demand underpinned by tax cuts and plentiful jobs. While ISM's headline non-factory index dates to 2008, unofficial calculations based on earlier readings of components show the index is the highest since reaching 62 in August 1997.

The increase was broad-based, with gains across all four components: business activity, new orders, employment and supplier deliveries. The backlog index rose, showing that companies are still struggling to keep pace with orders. 

The record employment reading is a positive signal before the official U.S. jobs report Friday. Economists predict nonfarm payrolls rose posted another solid gain in September.

Source: Bloomberg

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold down a fourth session as dollar index sees modest pull back from 17-month high

Gold prices ended lower Tuesday, logging a fourth straight decline and the seventh down session out of the past eight, as a popular gauge of the dollar slipped but remained near its highest level in roughly 17 months. December gold fell $2.10, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,201.40 an ounce. It dipped to a low of $1,196.60, but also crossed briefly into positive territory to touch a high of $1,205.50. It marked its lowest finish for a most-active contract since Oct. 10, according to FactSet...

Gold Settles Higher After Recent Downdraft, With Inflation Data, Dollar Action in Focus

Gold prices settled higher on Wednesday, marking a modest reversal in selling action that had driven the metal down for seven sessions in the past eight. December gold settled at $1,210.10 an ounce, up $8.70, or 0.7%. Tuesday™s finish at $1,201.40 was the lowest for a most-active contract since Oct. 10, according to FactSet data. December silver tacked on 10.3 cents, or 0.7%, to $14.08 an ounce. Its settlement Tuesday at $13.977 was the lowest for a most-active contract since January...

Gold Steady Before U.S. Inflation Data, Powell Speech

Gold held gains as investors awaited Wednesday™s U.S. inflationreport and a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that may calm some concerns about the central bank pushing its interest rate-hike cycle too far. U.S. consumer inflation probably rebounded in October after easing in September. Meanwhile, Powell will discuss national and global economic issues in a moderated conversation with Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan. Bullion for immediate...

HK stocks rise as fresh trade talk possibility eases Wall St worries (Review)

Stocks in Hong Kong rose on Tuesday as Beijing and Washington are said to be preparing for fresh trade talks, helping investors overcome the overnight rout in the U.S. markets The Hang Seng index gained 0.6 percent to 25,792.87 and the Hang Seng China Enterprises index edged up 0.4 percent. The sub indices for the financial sector rose by 0.5 percent and the property sector was 0.6 percent higher. The market was lacklustre in the morning, treading in the negative territory by midday. But as...

Gold Prices Fall Below $1,200 to 1-Month Low

Gold prices fell below the $1,200 psychological support on Tuesday, dropping to a one-month low as dollar strength continued to put downward pressure on the precious metal. At 5:23 AM ET (10:23 GMT), gold futures for December delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange fell $4.00, or 0.33%, to $1,197.30 a troy ounce, it's lowest level since Oct. 11. Meanwhile, the¯U.S. U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six major currencies, gained...

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