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Gold Declines as Palladium Retreats From a Record Settlement

Gold futures ended lower Thursday, with overall strength in the dollar helping the metal build on its losses for the week, while palladium eased back from the record settlement it scored in the previous session. Gold for February delivery lost $2.60, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,247.40 an ounce, giving back nearly all of the $2.80 gain it saw a day earlier. Week to date, it has lost 0.4%. March silver settled at $14.855 an ounce, up just under half a cent for the session. March palladium...

Gold Prices Steady on Fed Policy Outlook Uncertainty

Gold prices steadied on Friday, after slipping to a week-low in the previous session, supported by the uncertainty around the Federal Reserve's next year's policy outlook, while the dollar strengthened on expectations of a rate hike next week. Spot gold was steady at $1,242.11 per ounce, as of 0133 GMT. Prices fell to their lowest level since Dec. 7 at $1,239.83 on Thursday. U.S. gold futures were down 0.1 percent at $1,246.4 per ounce. The dollar firmed against major counterparts as...

Hong Kong Stocks Open Sharply Lower

Hong Kong shares opened sharply lower Friday as investors cashed out following a healthy three-day rally fuelled by US-China trade talks hopes. The Hang Seng Index shed 1.15 percent, or 305.35 points, to 26,219.00. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.26 percent, or 6.77 points, to 2,627.28, while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, slipped 0.26 percent, or 3.50 points, to 1,357.42. Source : AFP

Gold weakens as haven buying lifts U.S. dollar

A round of weaker-than-expected Chinese economic data was spooking global investors Friday, but failed to provide a lift for gold thanks to a stronger U.S. dollar. Gold for February delivery on Comex was off $5, or 0.4%, to $1,242.40 an ounce, while March silver fell 17.5 cents, or 1.2%, to $14.68 an ounce. In other metals trade, March palladium was off $17.90, or 1.5%, to $1,172.80 an announce, while January platinum fell $3.20, or 0.4%, to $794.30 an ounce. March copper fell 3.3 cents, or...

Hong Kong Stocks End With More Healthy Gains

Hong Kong shares rallied more than one percent for the second straight day Thursday as investors grow optimistic for China-US trade talks. The Hang Seng Index jumped 1.29 percent, or 337.64 points, to 26,524.35. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index climbed 1.23 percent, or 31.90 points, to 2,634.05 while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, added 1.11 percent, or 14.89 points, to 1,360.92.

Dollar holds gains after Fed, looks to data for more impetus
Thursday, 1 February 2018 08:10 WIB | CURRENCIES |DOLLAR Yen EuroDolar ASAussiePoundsterling

The dollar kept modest gains against its peers on Thursday after the Federal Reserve signalled its confidence about inflation and growth in the world's biggest economy, with traders now waiting on a host of indicators including non-farm payrolls for further catalysts.

The Fed kept interest rates unchanged on Wednesday but said inflation is likely to rise this year, bolstering expectations borrowing costs will continue to climb under incoming central bank chief Jerome Powell.

The dollar was steady at 109.170 yen after bouncing 0.4 percent overnight to pull away from a four-month low of 108.280 plumbed on Friday.

It had lost 3.1 percent against the yen in January, weighed by a bevy of factors including concerns about U.S. trade protectionism and lingering speculation the Bank of Japan was gearing up to begin an exit from its easy monetary policy.

The euro was little changed at $1.2419, having pulled away from a high of $1.2475 the previous day.

The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies was at 89.077 having crawled back from a three-year trough of 88.438 set last week. The index fell 3.2 percent in January.

The pound was a shade higher at $1.4202 after surging 5 percent against the dollar in January.

The Australian dollar was little changed at $0.8062 after slipping about 0.4 percent the previous day.

Source: Reuters

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold Declines as Palladium Retreats From a Record Settlement

Gold futures ended lower Thursday, with overall strength in the dollar helping the metal build on its losses for the week, while palladium eased back from the record settlement it scored in the previous session. Gold for February delivery lost $2.60, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,247.40 an ounce, giving back nearly all of the $2.80 gain it saw a day earlier. Week to date, it has lost 0.4%. March silver settled at $14.855 an ounce, up just under half a cent for the session. March palladium...

Gold Prices Steady on Fed Policy Outlook Uncertainty

Gold prices steadied on Friday, after slipping to a week-low in the previous session, supported by the uncertainty around the Federal Reserve's next year's policy outlook, while the dollar strengthened on expectations of a rate hike next week. Spot gold was steady at $1,242.11 per ounce, as of 0133 GMT. Prices fell to their lowest level since Dec. 7 at $1,239.83 on Thursday. U.S. gold futures were down 0.1 percent at $1,246.4 per ounce. The dollar firmed against major counterparts as...

Hong Kong Stocks Open Sharply Lower

Hong Kong shares opened sharply lower Friday as investors cashed out following a healthy three-day rally fuelled by US-China trade talks hopes. The Hang Seng Index shed 1.15 percent, or 305.35 points, to 26,219.00. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.26 percent, or 6.77 points, to 2,627.28, while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, slipped 0.26 percent, or 3.50 points, to 1,357.42. Source : AFP

Gold weakens as haven buying lifts U.S. dollar

A round of weaker-than-expected Chinese economic data was spooking global investors Friday, but failed to provide a lift for gold thanks to a stronger U.S. dollar. Gold for February delivery on Comex was off $5, or 0.4%, to $1,242.40 an ounce, while March silver fell 17.5 cents, or 1.2%, to $14.68 an ounce. In other metals trade, March palladium was off $17.90, or 1.5%, to $1,172.80 an announce, while January platinum fell $3.20, or 0.4%, to $794.30 an ounce. March copper fell 3.3 cents, or...

Hong Kong Stocks End With More Healthy Gains

Hong Kong shares rallied more than one percent for the second straight day Thursday as investors grow optimistic for China-US trade talks. The Hang Seng Index jumped 1.29 percent, or 337.64 points, to 26,524.35. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index climbed 1.23 percent, or 31.90 points, to 2,634.05 while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, added 1.11 percent, or 14.89 points, to 1,360.92.

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