DJIA
Last loading.. Chg. loading..
FTSE
Last loading.. Chg. loading..
NDXI
Last loading.. Chg. loading..
POPULAR NEWS
Gold futures give up earlier gains to log a third straight session decline

Gold futures gave up earlier gains on Thursday to finish lower for a third straight session. "Gold prices are always sensitive to the outlook for interest rates, but it's rarely been more strongly correlated against bond yields than it is right now," said Adrian Ash, director of research at BullionVault. "So while the plunge in the stock market should keep driving gold higher, any pullback in these surging bond prices is also going to hit gold short-term," he said. Bond prices move in the...

Gold Slips, But on Track For 3rd Monthly Gain on Pandemic Fears

Gold prices retreated on Friday as investors booked profits from a 1% jump in the last session, but the metal had some support as mounting concerns over the rapid spread of coronavirus lifted expectations of rate cuts by major central banks. Spot gold was down 0.7% at $1,630.86 per ounce. U.S. gold futures slipped 0.6% to $1,631.90 per ounce. Bullion has added almost 3% so far this month, its third straight monthly gain. Prices hit a 7-year high of $1,688.66 earlier this week. Source :...

Oil settles at lowest since January 2019

Oil futures fell on Thursday, with U.S. prices marking a fifth straight session decline and settling at their lowest since January 2019 as energy demand concerns following the spread of COVID-19 continued to weigh on the market. April West Texas Intermediate oil fell $1.64, or 3.4%, to settle at $47.09 barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That was the lowest front-month contract finish since January 2019, according to FactSet data. Source : MarketWatch

Wall Street Plunges At The Open As Pandemic Fears Heighten

U.S. stocks opened sharply lower on Friday as investors dumped equities amid a rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak, which has raised fears of a possible global recession. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 495.81 points, or 1.92%, at the open to 25,270.83. The S&P 500 opened lower by 61.86 points, or 2.08%, at 2,916.90. The Nasdaq Composite dropped 296.74 points, or 3.46%, to 8,269.74 at the opening bell. Source : Reuters

Gold futures post biggest daily percentage drop since 2013

Gold futures fell by nearly 5% on Friday to log the biggest daily percentage decline for a most-active contract since June 2013, according to Dow Jones Market Data. Analysts attributed the decline to investors selling the precious metal to generate cash to cover losses in the stock market. "We are witnessing some large forced selling due to overextended margin positions," said Jeff Wright, executive vice president of GoldMining Inc. However, "fundamentally, gold will recover" the $1,600-...

U.S. Service-Industry Gauge Tops Forecasts on Employment Boost
Wednesday, 5 June 2019 21:22 WIB | UNITED STATES |ISM AS

U.S. service industries expanded at the best pace since February amid a rebound in employment, a signal of labor- market strength before the government™s jobs report due Friday.

The non-manufacturing index rose to 56.9 in May, according to an Institute for Supply Management survey Wednesday that topped almost all economist estimates in Bloomberg™s survey. Three of four components advanced, led by the employment gauge rising the most in two years. New orders and business activity also improved.

Key Insights

The fresh signs of strength follow two months of weaker readings on service industries that account for about 90% of the economy. The gain contrasts with a string of softer reports on retail sales, factory orders and home purchases, which along with intensifying trade tensions have spurred investors to bet the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates this year to shore up growth.

Despite the strong jobs reading from ISM, a separate report Wednesday from the ADP Research Institute signals employment trends may be weakening. Companies in May added 27,000 jobs, the fewest since 2010. 

ISM's gauge of supplier deliveries fell below 50 for the first time since 2015, indicating businesses are facing fewer supply-chain bottlenecks. Order backlogs also declined to a four-month low.

The imports index slid the most in nearly four years as export orders cooled, signs of continued fallout from an intensifying trade war with China that™s adding to uncertainty for companies. The inventories measure advanced, suggesting a buildup as companies strived to avoid tariffs, and respondents said they felt the levels were too high.

Source: Bloomberg

RELATED NEWS
U.S. Trade Deficit Narrows as Exports, Imports Both Plummet...
Thursday, 6 June 2019 19:54 WIB

The U.S. trade deficit narrowed in April as both exports and imports tumbled, highlighting the impact of President Donald Trump™s tariffs even before negotiations with China unraveled and he th...

Pasar Saham Asia ditutup untuk liburan...
Monday, 31 December 2018 09:15 WIB

Pasar finansial di Indonesia, Jepang, Filipina dan Korea Selatan ditutup pada Senin ini dikarenakan untuk hari libur Nasional. AFP...

Penjualan ritel AS melonjak pada Oktober setelah turun beruntun pertama dalam 5 tahun...
Thursday, 15 November 2018 20:42 WIB

Penjualan di pengecer AS melonjak pada Oktober setelah penurunan back-to-back pertama dalam lebih dari lima tahun, meskipun sebagian besar uang itu dihabiskan untuk gas, mobil dan truk baru. Penjuala...

Inflasi konsumen AS catatkan lonjakan terbesar dalam sembilan bulan ...
Wednesday, 14 November 2018 20:49 WIB

Amerika membayar lebih pada bulan Oktober untuk gas, sewa dan kendaraan bekas, memicu kenaikan terbesar dalam inflasi konsumen dalam sembilan bulan. Indeks harga konsumen naik 0,3% pada Oktober untuk...

Harga Produsen di AS Naik pada Oktober, Yang Terbesar Sejak 2012...
Friday, 9 November 2018 21:04 WIB

Harga produsen AS naik lebih dari perkiraan pada bulan Oktober, lompatan terbesar dalam enam tahun menyusul kenaikan luas dalam biaya untuk barang dan jasa, laporan Departemen Tenaga Kerja menunjukkan...

POPULAR NEWS
Gold futures give up earlier gains to log a third straight session decline

Gold futures gave up earlier gains on Thursday to finish lower for a third straight session. "Gold prices are always sensitive to the outlook for interest rates, but it's rarely been more strongly correlated against bond yields than it is right now," said Adrian Ash, director of research at BullionVault. "So while the plunge in the stock market should keep driving gold higher, any pullback in these surging bond prices is also going to hit gold short-term," he said. Bond prices move in the...

Gold Slips, But on Track For 3rd Monthly Gain on Pandemic Fears

Gold prices retreated on Friday as investors booked profits from a 1% jump in the last session, but the metal had some support as mounting concerns over the rapid spread of coronavirus lifted expectations of rate cuts by major central banks. Spot gold was down 0.7% at $1,630.86 per ounce. U.S. gold futures slipped 0.6% to $1,631.90 per ounce. Bullion has added almost 3% so far this month, its third straight monthly gain. Prices hit a 7-year high of $1,688.66 earlier this week. Source :...

Oil settles at lowest since January 2019

Oil futures fell on Thursday, with U.S. prices marking a fifth straight session decline and settling at their lowest since January 2019 as energy demand concerns following the spread of COVID-19 continued to weigh on the market. April West Texas Intermediate oil fell $1.64, or 3.4%, to settle at $47.09 barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That was the lowest front-month contract finish since January 2019, according to FactSet data. Source : MarketWatch

Wall Street Plunges At The Open As Pandemic Fears Heighten

U.S. stocks opened sharply lower on Friday as investors dumped equities amid a rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak, which has raised fears of a possible global recession. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 495.81 points, or 1.92%, at the open to 25,270.83. The S&P 500 opened lower by 61.86 points, or 2.08%, at 2,916.90. The Nasdaq Composite dropped 296.74 points, or 3.46%, to 8,269.74 at the opening bell. Source : Reuters

Gold futures post biggest daily percentage drop since 2013

Gold futures fell by nearly 5% on Friday to log the biggest daily percentage decline for a most-active contract since June 2013, according to Dow Jones Market Data. Analysts attributed the decline to investors selling the precious metal to generate cash to cover losses in the stock market. "We are witnessing some large forced selling due to overextended margin positions," said Jeff Wright, executive vice president of GoldMining Inc. However, "fundamentally, gold will recover" the $1,600-...

DISCLAIMER

Seluruh materi atau konten yang tersaji di dalam website ini hanya bersifat informatif saja, dan tidak dimaksudkan sebagai pegangan serta keputusan dalam investasi atau jenis transaksi lainnya. Kami tidak bertanggung jawab atas segala akibat yang timbul dari penyajian konten tersebut. Semua pihak yang mengunjungi website ini harus membaca Terms of Service (Syarat dan Ketentuan Layanan) terlebih dahulu dan dihimbau untuk melakukan analisis secara independen serta memperoleh saran dari para ahli dibidangnya.