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Gold ends flat, then moves lower in electronic trade after Fed minutes

Gold prices finished unchanged on Wednesday, after spending much of the session losing ground on the back of strength in benchmark U.S. stock indexes. After future prices settled, minutes from the Federal Open Market Committee's July meeting showed that Federal Reserve officials shied away from saying how many more easing steps they might be willing to support this year. In electronic trading, gold for December delivery was at $1,514.30 an ounce shortly after the meeting minutes. The...

Gold posts lowest finish in nearly 2 weeks as bond yields climb

Gold futures declined on Thursday, pressured by strength in bond yields as the Fed™s symposium of central bankers got underway in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. U.S. Treasury bonds weakened Thursday, sending the benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield up 2.4 basis points to 1.6046%. Rising bond yields can dull the luster of gold, which offers no yield. December gold fell $7.20, or 0.5%, to settle at $1,508.50 an ounce after trading as low as $1,502.10. Prices finished at the lowest for a most-active...

Gold edges lower, focus on Jackson Hole summit for rate-cut direction

Gold prices fell marginally on Thursday, lingering around the key $1,500 level, as investors awaited the Federal Reserve chair's speech at a global central bankers' conclave for clues on future U.S. interest rate cuts. Spot gold inched down 0.2% at $1,499.60 per ounce as of 07:47 GMT. U.S. gold futures were down 0.5% at $1,507.60 an ounce. If Powell says they are going to cut rates aggressively, that may not be great for gold in the short-term since equities will gain, Halley...

Gold sinks as bond yields climb

Gold futures headed lower Thursday as bond yields edged up, dimming some of the luster from the precious metal, with the Federal Reserve's annual symposium of central bankers getting underway in Jackson Hole, Wyo. December delivery was last down $12.10, or 0.8%, to reach $1,503.90 an ounce, after finishing Wednesday™s session flat. September silver lost 13 cents, or 0.7%, to $17.025 an ounce. The benchmark 10-year Treasury note added more than 3 basis points to around 1.61% early Thursday...

U.S. oil prices settle lower as crude supplies log first weekly slump in 3 weeks

U.S. oil futures settled lower Wednesday after the government reported a weekly decrease in domestic crude supplies, the first in three weeks, but smaller than the market expected. Concerns over energy demand also continued to pressure prices. West Texas Intermediate crude for October delivery fell by 45 cents, or 0.8%, to settle at $55.68 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, following gains in each of the last three trading sessions. It was at $56.77 shortly before the supply...

Dollar stays in negative territory after GDP data
Saturday, 27 January 2018 03:45 WIB | CURRENCIES |DOLLAR Yen EuroDolar ASPoundsterling

The U.S. dollar was once again under pressure on Friday, as the boost from comments by President Donald Trump on a œstronger and stronger currency faded. Fourth quarter GDP data, which fell short of the consensus but nevertheless confirmed a continued U.S. economic expansion, led the buck to modestly extend its losses.

The ICE U.S. Dollar Index which measures the greenback against six rival currencies, was last down 0.4% at 89.085, setting it on track for a 1.6% weekly slide. That would be its biggest loss in one week since June last year, according to FactSet data.

The broader WSJ Dollar Index was also down 0.4% to 83.12, on track for a 1.6% decline on the week.

The euro was hovering close to three-year highs on Friday, climbing to $1.2421 from $1.2397 late Thursday in New York. For the week so far, the euro has risen 1.6%.

The British pound which has climbed 2.2% against the dollar this week, strengthened to $1.4155 from $1.4139 on Thursday.

The greenback was also down against the yen on Friday, but the yen had a rocky ride on the back of comments from Bank of Japan officials. First Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda said inflation was finally getting close to the 2% target and that CPI expectations could rise, causing the yen to rally, before a BOJ spokesperson clarified that there was no change to the BOJ™s inflation outlook, which led the yen to pair gains.

The dollar last bought ¥108.70, compared with ¥109.40 on Thursday, close to four-months low. On the week, the dollar slipped 1.9% against the yen.

Source: Marketwatch

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Gold ends flat, then moves lower in electronic trade after Fed minutes

Gold prices finished unchanged on Wednesday, after spending much of the session losing ground on the back of strength in benchmark U.S. stock indexes. After future prices settled, minutes from the Federal Open Market Committee's July meeting showed that Federal Reserve officials shied away from saying how many more easing steps they might be willing to support this year. In electronic trading, gold for December delivery was at $1,514.30 an ounce shortly after the meeting minutes. The...

Gold posts lowest finish in nearly 2 weeks as bond yields climb

Gold futures declined on Thursday, pressured by strength in bond yields as the Fed™s symposium of central bankers got underway in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. U.S. Treasury bonds weakened Thursday, sending the benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield up 2.4 basis points to 1.6046%. Rising bond yields can dull the luster of gold, which offers no yield. December gold fell $7.20, or 0.5%, to settle at $1,508.50 an ounce after trading as low as $1,502.10. Prices finished at the lowest for a most-active...

Gold edges lower, focus on Jackson Hole summit for rate-cut direction

Gold prices fell marginally on Thursday, lingering around the key $1,500 level, as investors awaited the Federal Reserve chair's speech at a global central bankers' conclave for clues on future U.S. interest rate cuts. Spot gold inched down 0.2% at $1,499.60 per ounce as of 07:47 GMT. U.S. gold futures were down 0.5% at $1,507.60 an ounce. If Powell says they are going to cut rates aggressively, that may not be great for gold in the short-term since equities will gain, Halley...

Gold sinks as bond yields climb

Gold futures headed lower Thursday as bond yields edged up, dimming some of the luster from the precious metal, with the Federal Reserve's annual symposium of central bankers getting underway in Jackson Hole, Wyo. December delivery was last down $12.10, or 0.8%, to reach $1,503.90 an ounce, after finishing Wednesday™s session flat. September silver lost 13 cents, or 0.7%, to $17.025 an ounce. The benchmark 10-year Treasury note added more than 3 basis points to around 1.61% early Thursday...

U.S. oil prices settle lower as crude supplies log first weekly slump in 3 weeks

U.S. oil futures settled lower Wednesday after the government reported a weekly decrease in domestic crude supplies, the first in three weeks, but smaller than the market expected. Concerns over energy demand also continued to pressure prices. West Texas Intermediate crude for October delivery fell by 45 cents, or 0.8%, to settle at $55.68 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, following gains in each of the last three trading sessions. It was at $56.77 shortly before the supply...

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