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Gold settles lower, extends losses in electronic trade after FOMC minutes

Gold futures settled lower on Wednesday and extended their decline into electronic trading as a benchmark U.S. dollar index climbed to fresh session highs, shortly after the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's September monetary policy meeting. In electronic trading Wednesday, December gold was at $1,226.10 an ounce. The contract had lost $3.60, or 0.3%, to settle at $1,227.40 an ounce. The contract finished Tuesday at $1,231, the highest since July 31 for a most-active contract,...

Dollar gains stick as Fed minutes point to further rate hikes

The U.S. dollar held on to gains as minutes of the Federal Reserve's September meeting underlined expectations for the central bank to continue on its path of gradual rate increases. The majority of the Fed's Open Market Committee believe that rates will have to rise until the economy slows down on the back of rising borrowing costs, according to the minutes. Investors have been speculating about when the rising rate cycle would come to an end, with many expecting hikes in 2019 but fewer...

Gold prices settle higher, finding support as U.S. equities decline even as the dollar gains

Gold prices settled higher Thursday, recouping most of what they lost a day earlier. A decline in the U.S. stock market helped boost investment interest in the metal, despite strength in the dollar, which tends to put some pressure on dollar-denominated prices of the metal. December gold rose $2.70, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,230.10 an ounce, after posting a loss of 0.3% on Wednesday. The most-active contract held ground near Tuesday's settlement of $1,231, which was the highest since July,...

Gold Slips From Multimonth High as Dollar Index Firms

Gold futures pulled back slightly Wednesday from a finish a day earlier at the highest since July, with the precious metal nicked by a firmer dollar but supported by stock-market uneasiness. The typically œhaven gold market so far showed little reaction to news that Russian anti-terrorism experts are investigating a blast at a school cafeteria in Crimea early Wednesday, reported to have killed at least 10 people and injured another 50, the Wall Street Journal reported. Gold has been...

U.S. oil ends below $70 a barrel as inventories continue to rise

Oil futures dropped Wednesday, with the U.S. benchmark ending below $70 a barrel for the first time in more than three weeks, as U.S. government data revealed a sizable climb in domestic crude supplies for a fourth week in a row. November West Texas Intermediate crude on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell $2.17, or 3%, to settle at $69.75 a barrel. That was the lowest finish for a front-month contract since Sept. 17, according to FactSet data. December Brent crude the global benchmark,...

Dollar struggles, as euro retraces post-ECB dip
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 04:53 WIB | CURRENCIES |DOLLAR EuroDolar AS

The U.S. dollar spent Tuesday solidly in negative territory, as one of its main rivals, the euro, rallied back to the level it was at before the European Central Bank's dovish tapering action sent it lower three weeks ago.

The shared currency was helped by strong economic data out of Germany, the E.U.'s largest economy.

The euro rose to $1.1795 against the dollar”a three-week high”popping up from $1.1669 late Monday in New York. The shared currency hadn™t traded above $1.17 since Oct. 26 and even briefly rose above the $1.18 level in Tuesday™s session, according to FactSet data.

The ICE U.S. Dollar Index stuck to its downward trend and was off 0.7% at 93.834, facing its fourth loss in five sessions. The broader WSJ Dollar Index shed 0.4% to 87.38.

The pound also moved higher to $1.3164, up from $1.3115 late Monday. Sterling found its two-day high after trading erratically earlier in the session, as consumer price inflation hit a five-year high of 3%, just shy of the FactSet consensus estimate of 3.1%. Sterling still faces political risks as Prime Minister Theresa May™s government continues to be plagued by scandals.

Against the Japanese yen the dollar bought ¥113.44, down versus ¥113.62 late Monday.

The greenback also slipped against Swiss franc on Tuesday, buying 0.9895 francs versus 0.9964 francs late Monday.

Source: Marketwatch

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Gold settles lower, extends losses in electronic trade after FOMC minutes

Gold futures settled lower on Wednesday and extended their decline into electronic trading as a benchmark U.S. dollar index climbed to fresh session highs, shortly after the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's September monetary policy meeting. In electronic trading Wednesday, December gold was at $1,226.10 an ounce. The contract had lost $3.60, or 0.3%, to settle at $1,227.40 an ounce. The contract finished Tuesday at $1,231, the highest since July 31 for a most-active contract,...

Dollar gains stick as Fed minutes point to further rate hikes

The U.S. dollar held on to gains as minutes of the Federal Reserve's September meeting underlined expectations for the central bank to continue on its path of gradual rate increases. The majority of the Fed's Open Market Committee believe that rates will have to rise until the economy slows down on the back of rising borrowing costs, according to the minutes. Investors have been speculating about when the rising rate cycle would come to an end, with many expecting hikes in 2019 but fewer...

Gold prices settle higher, finding support as U.S. equities decline even as the dollar gains

Gold prices settled higher Thursday, recouping most of what they lost a day earlier. A decline in the U.S. stock market helped boost investment interest in the metal, despite strength in the dollar, which tends to put some pressure on dollar-denominated prices of the metal. December gold rose $2.70, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,230.10 an ounce, after posting a loss of 0.3% on Wednesday. The most-active contract held ground near Tuesday's settlement of $1,231, which was the highest since July,...

Gold Slips From Multimonth High as Dollar Index Firms

Gold futures pulled back slightly Wednesday from a finish a day earlier at the highest since July, with the precious metal nicked by a firmer dollar but supported by stock-market uneasiness. The typically œhaven gold market so far showed little reaction to news that Russian anti-terrorism experts are investigating a blast at a school cafeteria in Crimea early Wednesday, reported to have killed at least 10 people and injured another 50, the Wall Street Journal reported. Gold has been...

U.S. oil ends below $70 a barrel as inventories continue to rise

Oil futures dropped Wednesday, with the U.S. benchmark ending below $70 a barrel for the first time in more than three weeks, as U.S. government data revealed a sizable climb in domestic crude supplies for a fourth week in a row. November West Texas Intermediate crude on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell $2.17, or 3%, to settle at $69.75 a barrel. That was the lowest finish for a front-month contract since Sept. 17, according to FactSet data. December Brent crude the global benchmark,...

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