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Dow futures jump 250 points as focus remains on trade and the economy

U.S. stock index futures were set to open sharply higher on Friday morning as investors continued to focus on movements in the bond market and U.S.-China trade talks. Around 5:30 a.m. ET, Dow futures indicated a positive open of about 250 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were also both solidly higher. Wall Street closed Thursday's session on a more positive note, erasing some of the steep losses suffered earlier in the week. Market sentiment remains volatile, however, as concerns...

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Gold Futures Settle Lower, Post a Third Straight Weekly Gain

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Gold Prices Little Changed; Stock Markets Recover but Trade Worries Remain

Gold prices were little changed on Friday in Asia as stock markets recovered, although trade concerns remained. Gold Futures for December delivery, traded on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, were near flat at $1,531.55 by 1:21 AM ET (05:21 GMT). Stock markets recovered today, but Sino-U.S. trade concerns remained after China's threat to take countermeasures against new U.S. tariffs. Ongoing Hong Kong protests are also expected to further complicate the relationship...

North Korea Fires More Weapons; Criticizes South Korea

North Korea has launched a fresh round of short-range weapons into the sea off its east coast, South Korea™s military reported - Pyongyang™s latest apparent outburst of anger at continued U.S.-South Korean military drills. The North fired two œunidentified projectiles Friday from Gangwon province in the northeast part of North Korea, according to a statement from Seoul™s Joint Chiefs of Staff. The weapons traveled about 230 kilometers, reaching a height of 30 kilometers, the...

Oil Holds Near Three-Month High as U.S. Extends Truce With China
Monday, 25 February 2019 13:11 WIB | COMMODITY |MinyakWTIBrent

Oil held gains above $57 a barrel as a U.S. move to extend a trade truce with China raised hopes that the world™s two biggest economies would soon resolve their differences.

Futures in New York were little changed after rising 0.5 percent to a three-month high on Friday. President Donald Trump said in a tweet he™ll delay a tariff increase on Chinese imports that was set for March 1 after œsubstantial progress in negotiations. Meanwhile, American drillers reduced the number of working oil rigs for the first time in three weeks.

Oil has rallied about 26 percent this year as production curbs by OPEC and its allies eased concerns over a supply glut. Prices are set to rally further as the output cuts and American sanctions on Iran and Venezuela have caused a shortage of heavy crudes refiners rely on, said Russell Hardy, chief executive officer of Vitol Group, the world™s largest energy trader. Still, record U.S. shale flows threaten to cap gains.

West Texas Intermediate for April delivery fell 15 cents to $57.11 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange at 12:41 p.m. in Tokyo. The contract added 30 cents to $57.26 on Friday, the highest close since Nov. 12.

Brent for April settlement was down 23 cents at $66.89 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. The contract rose 5 cents to $67.12 on Friday. The global benchmark crude was at a $9.78 premium to WTI.

Source : Bloomberg

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Dow futures jump 250 points as focus remains on trade and the economy

U.S. stock index futures were set to open sharply higher on Friday morning as investors continued to focus on movements in the bond market and U.S.-China trade talks. Around 5:30 a.m. ET, Dow futures indicated a positive open of about 250 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were also both solidly higher. Wall Street closed Thursday's session on a more positive note, erasing some of the steep losses suffered earlier in the week. Market sentiment remains volatile, however, as concerns...

Gold Futures Head For Longest Winning Run Since 2016

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Gold Futures Settle Lower, Post a Third Straight Weekly Gain

Gold futures fell on Friday, but posted a gain for the week--their third in row. "Drivers for gold have included global growth in negative interest rate bonds, the decline in real interest rates in the U.S., [and] uncertainty regarding U.S./China trade policy and political unrest in Hong Kong," said Rob Haworth, senior investment strategist at U.S. Bank Wealth Management. December gold fell by $7.60, or 0.5%, to settle at $1,523.60 on Comex. For the week, most-active contract prices rose by...

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Gold prices were little changed on Friday in Asia as stock markets recovered, although trade concerns remained. Gold Futures for December delivery, traded on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, were near flat at $1,531.55 by 1:21 AM ET (05:21 GMT). Stock markets recovered today, but Sino-U.S. trade concerns remained after China's threat to take countermeasures against new U.S. tariffs. Ongoing Hong Kong protests are also expected to further complicate the relationship...

North Korea Fires More Weapons; Criticizes South Korea

North Korea has launched a fresh round of short-range weapons into the sea off its east coast, South Korea™s military reported - Pyongyang™s latest apparent outburst of anger at continued U.S.-South Korean military drills. The North fired two œunidentified projectiles Friday from Gangwon province in the northeast part of North Korea, according to a statement from Seoul™s Joint Chiefs of Staff. The weapons traveled about 230 kilometers, reaching a height of 30 kilometers, the...

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