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Gold Marks First Loss in 4 Sessions

Gold futures settled with a loss on Thursday, their first in four sessions, a day after the Federal Reserve announced a widely expected cut in interest rates, but raised doubts over the outlook for further monetary easing this year. "The Fed is, without a doubt, a headwind at this juncture," said Adam Koos, president of Libertas Wealth Management Group. "However, the [stock] market testing summer highs is putting a damper on the fear trade," and haven demand for gold. December gold declined...

Gold loses ground after Fed delivers 'hawkish cut' to interest rates

Gold was modestly lower Thursday, building on a loss seen a day earlier after the Federal Reserve delivered a widely expected interest rate cut but left traders uncertain on the outlook for further monetary easing. Gold for December delivery on Comex fell $6.80, or 0.4%, to $1,509 an ounce, while December silver was up a penny at $17.92 an ounce. Gold finished regular trading with a gain on Wednesday, but lost ground in electronic trade after the Fed decision. As expected, policy makers cut...

Pompeo: 'Important Information' for Trump After Mideast Talks on Saudi Oil Field Attacks

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday he has "important information" for President Donald Trump about how to respond to the recent attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities after meeting with leaders in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The top U.S. diplomat said there was "enormous consensus" that Iran was responsible for the middle-of-the-night missile and drone attacks last weekend that at least temporarily knocked out half of the Saudis' oil production, nearly 6% of the...

Hong Kong stocks open higher

Hong Kong stocks opened with small gains Friday morning as bargain-buyers moved in following a four-day drop, with dealers keeping an ear to the ground for fresh developments in the China-US trade row. The Hang Seng Index rose 0.24 percent, or 63.93 points, to 26,532.88. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index edged up 0.18 percent, or 5.53 points, to 3,004.81 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, also added 0.18 percent, or 3.00 points, to...

U.S. Oil Prices Pare Most of Their Gains as Gasoline Futures Rally

Oil futures rose Thursday, but U.S. prices gave up nearly all of their earlier gains by the settlement. Prices found support as Saudi Arabia reportedly contacted foreign producers to help fill holes in its supply chain following last weekend's attacks on the country's production facilities. However, news of storm disruptions to refining activity in Texas suggested a slowdown in demand for crude, prompting U.S. prices to give up nearly all of the day's gains. The Sabine Ship Channel, a major...

Oil Extends Drop as Trump's Mexico Tariffs Worsen Demand Worries
Friday, 31 May 2019 13:59 WIB | ENERGY |Minyak WTIMinyak MentahMinyak Brent

Oil dropped to around $56 a barrel after President Donald Trump said the U.S. would impose tariffs on all Mexican goods, opening up a new front in the trade war and further damping the demand outlook.

Futures in New York fell as much as 1.6% after Trump announced the 5% levies, which will be effective from June 10 and could go as high as 25% on Oct. 1., which are aimed at getting Mexico to stop immigrants illegally entering the U.S. That followed a 3.8% tumble Thursday that was driven by rising U.S. gasoline stockpiles and a smaller-than-expected oil draw from storage facilities, which fueled worries about falling demand in the world™s largest economy.

West Texas Intermediate crude for July fell 63 cents, or 1.1%, to $55.96 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange as of 1:11 p.m. in Singapore after dropping as much as 93 cents earlier. The contract is down 4.5% so far this week, taking its drop in May to more than 12%.

Brent for July settlement declined 88 cents, or 1.3%, to $65.99 a barrel on London™s ICE Futures Europe exchange after closing down 3.7% on Thursday. The global benchmark crude was trading at a premium of $10.01 a barrel to WTI.

Source : Bloomberg

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold Marks First Loss in 4 Sessions

Gold futures settled with a loss on Thursday, their first in four sessions, a day after the Federal Reserve announced a widely expected cut in interest rates, but raised doubts over the outlook for further monetary easing this year. "The Fed is, without a doubt, a headwind at this juncture," said Adam Koos, president of Libertas Wealth Management Group. "However, the [stock] market testing summer highs is putting a damper on the fear trade," and haven demand for gold. December gold declined...

Gold loses ground after Fed delivers 'hawkish cut' to interest rates

Gold was modestly lower Thursday, building on a loss seen a day earlier after the Federal Reserve delivered a widely expected interest rate cut but left traders uncertain on the outlook for further monetary easing. Gold for December delivery on Comex fell $6.80, or 0.4%, to $1,509 an ounce, while December silver was up a penny at $17.92 an ounce. Gold finished regular trading with a gain on Wednesday, but lost ground in electronic trade after the Fed decision. As expected, policy makers cut...

Pompeo: 'Important Information' for Trump After Mideast Talks on Saudi Oil Field Attacks

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday he has "important information" for President Donald Trump about how to respond to the recent attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities after meeting with leaders in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The top U.S. diplomat said there was "enormous consensus" that Iran was responsible for the middle-of-the-night missile and drone attacks last weekend that at least temporarily knocked out half of the Saudis' oil production, nearly 6% of the...

Hong Kong stocks open higher

Hong Kong stocks opened with small gains Friday morning as bargain-buyers moved in following a four-day drop, with dealers keeping an ear to the ground for fresh developments in the China-US trade row. The Hang Seng Index rose 0.24 percent, or 63.93 points, to 26,532.88. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index edged up 0.18 percent, or 5.53 points, to 3,004.81 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, also added 0.18 percent, or 3.00 points, to...

U.S. Oil Prices Pare Most of Their Gains as Gasoline Futures Rally

Oil futures rose Thursday, but U.S. prices gave up nearly all of their earlier gains by the settlement. Prices found support as Saudi Arabia reportedly contacted foreign producers to help fill holes in its supply chain following last weekend's attacks on the country's production facilities. However, news of storm disruptions to refining activity in Texas suggested a slowdown in demand for crude, prompting U.S. prices to give up nearly all of the day's gains. The Sabine Ship Channel, a major...

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