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Gold falls on firmer dollar, weaker euro

Gold prices eased early on Monday, after registering a second consecutive weekly fall last week, as the U.S. dollar firmed and as the euro edged lower on political uncertainty in Germany. Spot gold dipped 0.4 percent to $1,292.40 per ounce at 0029 GMT. It fell about 1.7 percent last week in what was its second straight weekly fall. U.S. gold futures for December delivery fell 0.2 percent to $1,295.30 per ounce. The euro slipped in early Asian trading on Monday after Germany's election...

Tokyo Stocks Open Higher, Snap Vote Eyed

Tokyo stocks opened moderately higher Monday on a weaker yen as traders kept a close eye on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's expected announcement of snap elections. The bellwether Nikkei 225 index rose 0.66 percent, or 132.98 points, to 20,429.43 in early trade while the broader Topix index was up 0.52 percent, or 8.67 points, at 1,673.28.   Source: AFP

Saham Hong Kong mengalami penurunan tajam dalam sebulan (Review)

Saham-saham Hong Kong membukukan penurunan terburuknya dalam sebulan terakhir pada hari Jumat, menghapus sebagian besar kenaikan pekan ini, karena investor memangkas posisi menyusul turunnya peringkat kredit China serta ancaman nuklir Korut. Rencana Federal Reserve AS untuk mengecilkan neraca dan kemudian menaikkan suku bunga juga mengurangi sentimen. Indeks Hang Seng turun 0,8% menjadi 27.880,53 poin, mencatat penurunan persentase satu hari terbesar sejak 18 Agustus. Indeks Hong Kong China...

Gold Drops as Dollar Steadies, N. Korea Concerns Ease

Gold declines as dollar steadies, euro weakens after German elections, and as concerns over North Korean tensions fade. Bullion for immediate delivery as much as -0.6% to $1,289.62/oz, and trades at $1,293.34 at 1:35pm in Singapore, according to Bloomberg generic pricing. Metal -1.7% last week to cap second weekly decline. On Shanghai Futures Exchange gold for Dec. delivery -0.2% to 277.40 yuan/gram. Silver for Dec. -0.2% to 3,859 yuan/kg.   Source: Bloomberg

Gold Dips as German Vote Sends Euro Lower vs Dollar

Gold declines as dollar advances, euro weakens after German elections. Palladium closes in on platinum. Bullion for immediate delivery as much as weakened 0.6% to $1,289.62/oz. Gold traded at $1,296.02 at 10:50am in London: Bloomberg generic pricing. This metal fell 1.7% last week to cap second weekly decline. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index rose 0.2%; Euro fell 0.4%. Chancellor Angela Merkel won Germany™s election with a smaller share of the vote, while the country™s main far-right...

Oil Set for First Weekly Gain Since July as U.S. Refiners Return
Friday, 8 September 2017 20:12 WIB | COMMODITY |MinyakWTIBrent

Oil headed for the first weekly gain since July as Gulf Coast refiners ramp up crude processing after disruptions from Hurricane Harvey.

Futures were little changed in New York, up 3.7 percent for the week. Only about 8 percent of U.S. refining capacity remains shut following the storm, which halted about 25 percent after it first made landfall two weeks ago, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. American crude stockpiles rose by 4.58 million barrels last week, the first gain since June.

While refineries, pipelines and offshore platforms resume operations afterHarvey, another Atlantic hurricane, known as Irma, is approaching the U.S. coast and is set to hit Florida on Sunday. Imports into the Gulf Coast region last week fell to the lowest in records going back to 1990, and nationwide crude output fell below 9 million barrels a day for the first time since February.

West Texas Intermediate for October delivery was at $49.08 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, down 1 cent, at 1:36 p.m. in London. Total volume traded was about 13 percent below the 100-day average. Prices lost 7 cents to close at $49.09 on Thursday.

Brent for November settlement was up 27 cents at $54.76 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. Prices gained 29 cents, or 0.5 percent, to $54.49 on Thursday and are 3.8 percent higher this week. The global benchmark traded at a premium of $5.23 to November WTI.

 

Source : Bloomberg

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold falls on firmer dollar, weaker euro

Gold prices eased early on Monday, after registering a second consecutive weekly fall last week, as the U.S. dollar firmed and as the euro edged lower on political uncertainty in Germany. Spot gold dipped 0.4 percent to $1,292.40 per ounce at 0029 GMT. It fell about 1.7 percent last week in what was its second straight weekly fall. U.S. gold futures for December delivery fell 0.2 percent to $1,295.30 per ounce. The euro slipped in early Asian trading on Monday after Germany's election...

Tokyo Stocks Open Higher, Snap Vote Eyed

Tokyo stocks opened moderately higher Monday on a weaker yen as traders kept a close eye on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's expected announcement of snap elections. The bellwether Nikkei 225 index rose 0.66 percent, or 132.98 points, to 20,429.43 in early trade while the broader Topix index was up 0.52 percent, or 8.67 points, at 1,673.28.   Source: AFP

Saham Hong Kong mengalami penurunan tajam dalam sebulan (Review)

Saham-saham Hong Kong membukukan penurunan terburuknya dalam sebulan terakhir pada hari Jumat, menghapus sebagian besar kenaikan pekan ini, karena investor memangkas posisi menyusul turunnya peringkat kredit China serta ancaman nuklir Korut. Rencana Federal Reserve AS untuk mengecilkan neraca dan kemudian menaikkan suku bunga juga mengurangi sentimen. Indeks Hang Seng turun 0,8% menjadi 27.880,53 poin, mencatat penurunan persentase satu hari terbesar sejak 18 Agustus. Indeks Hong Kong China...

Gold Drops as Dollar Steadies, N. Korea Concerns Ease

Gold declines as dollar steadies, euro weakens after German elections, and as concerns over North Korean tensions fade. Bullion for immediate delivery as much as -0.6% to $1,289.62/oz, and trades at $1,293.34 at 1:35pm in Singapore, according to Bloomberg generic pricing. Metal -1.7% last week to cap second weekly decline. On Shanghai Futures Exchange gold for Dec. delivery -0.2% to 277.40 yuan/gram. Silver for Dec. -0.2% to 3,859 yuan/kg.   Source: Bloomberg

Gold Dips as German Vote Sends Euro Lower vs Dollar

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