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Gold prices settle slightly higher Thursday

Gold prices notched a slight gain Thursday as investors focused on intensifying friction between the U.S. and China. Continued concerns about negative interest rates and a jump in flows in exchange-traded funds focused on gold also helped to push bullion higher. August gold ended $1.50, or 0.1%, higher at $1,728.30 an ounce. However, that finish was well off the intraday peak for bullion at $1,743.70 an ounce. Source: Marketwatch

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Gold Edges Up On U.S.-China Tensions; Set For Second Monthly Gain

Gold inched up on Friday and was on track for its second monthly gain as deteriorating U.S.-China ties in a world reeling from the coronavirus pandemic rattled investors and fueled demand for the safe-haven metal. Spot gold was up 0.1% at $1,719.47 per ounce by 0342 GMT. U.S. gold futures rose 0.3% to $1,717.60. However, the metal was down for the week, having dropped to a two-week low on Wednesday as easing lockdown measures around the world boosted hopes of an economic recovery. Source :...

Dollar In Narrow Range As Focus Shifts To Trump China Response

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Powell Says The Fed is 'Days Away' from Making The First Loans in The Main Street Lending Facility

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Dollar on Defensive After Fed Signals Readiness to Cut Rates
Thursday, 20 June 2019 08:12 WIB | CURRENCIES | Indeks Dolar EuroDolar ASpoundPoundsterling

The dollar was on the defensive on Thursday after the Federal Reserve signaled it was ready to lower interest rates to combat growing global and domestic risks.

The Fed on Wednesday left interest rates unchanged as widely expected but said the case for lower rates was building, suggesting it could ease monetary policy as early as next month as it took stock of rising trade tensions and growing concerns about weak inflation.

The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies was little changed at 97.188 after losing more than 0.5% overnight.

The greenback lost more than 0.3% to brush 107.720 yen, its lowest since Jan. 4, coming under further pressure after Bloomberg reported that U.S. President Donald Trump believes that he has the authority to replace Fed Chair Jerome Powell and demote him to be a board governor.

The euro stretched overnight gains and advanced 0.2% to $1.1248.

The common currency has managed to bounce off a two-week low of $1.1181 set earlier in the week after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi™s dovish comments sent German bund yields to record lows.

The pound was steady at $1.2652 after gaining roughly 0.7% overnight.

Source : Reuters

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Gold prices settle slightly higher Thursday

Gold prices notched a slight gain Thursday as investors focused on intensifying friction between the U.S. and China. Continued concerns about negative interest rates and a jump in flows in exchange-traded funds focused on gold also helped to push bullion higher. August gold ended $1.50, or 0.1%, higher at $1,728.30 an ounce. However, that finish was well off the intraday peak for bullion at $1,743.70 an ounce. Source: Marketwatch

Gold Rises Friday and Set for Weekly Gain as Investors Await President Trump Statement on China

Gold futures headed higher for a second session Friday, putting gold prices on track for a modest weekly gain amid focus on U.S.-China tensions and global monetary stimulus measures. President Donald Trump said that he was preparing to hold a Friday news conference on China but hasn't set a specific time. His planned remarks would come after the U.S., Australia, Canada and the U.K. governments issued a joint statement Thursday reiterating their "deep concern regarding Beijing's decision to...

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