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Gold prices settle at lowest in 5 weeks

Gold prices settled with a loss on Wednesday, as strength in the U.S. dollar and Treasury yields and some gains in the stock market combined to push the precious metal to its lowest finish in five weeks. June gold declined by $10.20, or 0.8%, to settle at $1,322.80 an ounce-the lowest for a most-active contract since March 21. Source: Marketwatch

Oil prices end higher on bets the U.S. will reimpose sanctions on Iran

Oil futures ended higher Wednesday, buoyed by the possibility that the U.S. will reimpose sanctions on Iran. The deadline for the U.S. decision on whether to extend waivers on Iranian sanctions is May 12. If sanctions are reimposed, that may contribute to tighter global supplies. June West Texas Intermediate crude rose 14 cents, or 0.2%, to settle at $68.19 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Source: marketwatch

Gold prices extend losses to finish at another 5-week low

Gold prices fell for a second straight session on Thursday to again finish at their lowest level in about five weeks. June gold declined by $4.90, or 0.4%, to settle at $1,317.90 an ounce-the lowest for a most-active contract since March 20. The precious metal failed to find support from a pullback in U.S. Treasury yields, as strength in the U.S. dollar and gains in the stock market helped dull demand for gold. Source: Marketwatch

Dollar hits 3-month high as 10-year yield rises above 3%

The U.S. dollar broadly advanced Wednesday, resuming its recent uptrend inspired by higher Treasury yields, as the 10-year yield pushed further above 3%. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index which gauges the buck against a basket of six currencies, rose 0.4% to 91.156, its highest level since mid-January according to FactSet data. On Tuesday, the index fell 0.2%. The WSJ Dollar Index which measures the greenback against a wider basket of currencies, gained 0.4% to 85.20, also its highest since...

Tokyo Stocks Open Higher on Cheaper Yen

Tokyo stocks opened higher on Thursday, as a cheaper yen helped boost market sentiment with investors pursuing shares in companies expected to report brisk earnings. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index gained 0.32 percent, or 70.42 points, to 22,285.74 in early trade, while the broader Topix index was up 0.27 percent, or 4.69 points, at 1,772.42. Source : AFP

U.K. Manufacturing Output Falls for First Time in Almost a Year
Wednesday, 11 April 2018 15:53 WIB | EUROPE |InggrisUK Manufacturing

U.K. manufacturing shrank for the first time in 11 months in February, led by output of machinery and equipment.

Factory production declined 0.2 percent from January, when output was unchanged, the Office for National Statistics said Wednesday. Overall industrial production rose a smaller-than- forecast 0.1 percent as below-average temperatures boosted demand for energy.

It brings to an end an unprecedented run for manufacturers that has helped to underpin the economy as the squeeze from rising prices takes its toll on consumer spending.

Seven out of 13 manufacturing sectors saw output decline in February, with machinery and equipment dropping 3.9 percent after a strong January. In the latest three months, output rose 0.6 percent, the least since July.

There was no evidence that the œBeast from the East™™ snowstorm affected production in February, the ONS said, though the freeze only began late in the month. It may, however, have contributed to a 1.6 percent decline in construction output during the month.

The decline in construction was driven by infrastructure, private industrial work and repairs. It followed a 3.1 percent drop in January, when work was halted at a number of sites following the collapse of contractor Carillion Plc.

The figures suggests the first three months of 2018 displayed a similar pattern to the end of 2017, with industrial output increasing and building work shrinking for a second consecutive quarter.

Growth may get a boost from trade after the deficit in goods and services narrowed much more than forecast to 965 million pounds ($1.37 billion) in February.

A fall in the value of exports was more than offset by an even greater decline in imports, much of it due to machinery and transport equipment and fuel.

The first-quarter shortfall will come in below the 7.6 billion pounds posted in the fourth quarter if March sees a deficit of less than 3.7 billion pounds.

Source: Bloomberg

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold prices settle at lowest in 5 weeks

Gold prices settled with a loss on Wednesday, as strength in the U.S. dollar and Treasury yields and some gains in the stock market combined to push the precious metal to its lowest finish in five weeks. June gold declined by $10.20, or 0.8%, to settle at $1,322.80 an ounce-the lowest for a most-active contract since March 21. Source: Marketwatch

Oil prices end higher on bets the U.S. will reimpose sanctions on Iran

Oil futures ended higher Wednesday, buoyed by the possibility that the U.S. will reimpose sanctions on Iran. The deadline for the U.S. decision on whether to extend waivers on Iranian sanctions is May 12. If sanctions are reimposed, that may contribute to tighter global supplies. June West Texas Intermediate crude rose 14 cents, or 0.2%, to settle at $68.19 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Source: marketwatch

Gold prices extend losses to finish at another 5-week low

Gold prices fell for a second straight session on Thursday to again finish at their lowest level in about five weeks. June gold declined by $4.90, or 0.4%, to settle at $1,317.90 an ounce-the lowest for a most-active contract since March 20. The precious metal failed to find support from a pullback in U.S. Treasury yields, as strength in the U.S. dollar and gains in the stock market helped dull demand for gold. Source: Marketwatch

Dollar hits 3-month high as 10-year yield rises above 3%

The U.S. dollar broadly advanced Wednesday, resuming its recent uptrend inspired by higher Treasury yields, as the 10-year yield pushed further above 3%. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index which gauges the buck against a basket of six currencies, rose 0.4% to 91.156, its highest level since mid-January according to FactSet data. On Tuesday, the index fell 0.2%. The WSJ Dollar Index which measures the greenback against a wider basket of currencies, gained 0.4% to 85.20, also its highest since...

Tokyo Stocks Open Higher on Cheaper Yen

Tokyo stocks opened higher on Thursday, as a cheaper yen helped boost market sentiment with investors pursuing shares in companies expected to report brisk earnings. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index gained 0.32 percent, or 70.42 points, to 22,285.74 in early trade, while the broader Topix index was up 0.27 percent, or 4.69 points, at 1,772.42. Source : AFP

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