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Gold futures finish lower for a second straight session

Gold futures fell on Wednesday for a second straight session, pressured on the heels of some strength in the U.S. dollar, even as concerns over the economic hit from COVID-19 remain. "It would appear that gold needs a clear sign of a pandemic and clear signs of severe global slowing to ignite a return of aggressive investment buying," said analysts at Zaner Metals, in a daily note. "The trade could be fearful about the potential for a sustained setback in Chinese physical gold...

Gold Climbs as Trump Comments Fail to Ease Virus Fears

Gold rose for the seventh time in eight days as investors continued to weigh the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, with comments by the Trump administration failing to allay concerns about the disease. More cases were reported in countries other than China in the past 24 hours for the first time, the World Health Organization said, with new infections in nations from Pakistan to Brazil. President Donald Trump assured Americans that they face little risk, although...

Gold Advances as Virus Fears Reignite Haven Demand

Gold rebounded after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Americans to prepare for a potential coronavirus outbreak at home and the total number of cases in South Korean topped the 1,000 mark. Spot gold as much as +0.7% to $1,646.33/oz, and was at $1,643.66 at 9:18am in Singapore Metal -1.5% Tuesday after touching $1,689.31 on Monday, the highest level since 2013 Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index steady after -0.2% Tuesday Other precious metals:...

Oil futures settle at lowest in over a year

Oil futures declined on Wednesday, with the U.S crude benchmark settling at its lowest in more than a year as global energy demand worries fed by the spread of COVID-19 pulled prices down for a fourth consecutive session. April West Texas Intermediate oil fell $1.17, or 2.3%, to settle at $48.73 barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That was the lowest front-month contract finish since January 2019, according to FactSet data. Source : MarketWatch

Dollar Rises With Stocks, Investors Stay Cautious

The U.S. dollar rebounded on Wednesday from a two-week low hit in the previous session in step with U.S. equity markets, though moves were muted as investors remained cautious as the coronavirus continues to spread. The dollar index was 0.13% higher at 99.144 as Wall Street™s main indexes rose about 1% on Wednesday after suffering their worst four-day percentage fall in more than a year. The dollar was also dented as investors scaled back expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve would...

Oil Up On China Data, Yuan But Saudi Recovery Plan Doubtful
Friday, 9 August 2019 03:43 WIB | COMMODITY |MinyakWTIBrent

Oil staged its first meaningful rebound in four days on Thursday, climbing from seven-month lows on upbeat Chinese data and an appreciation of the yuan that soothed some nerves over Beijing™s trade war with the Trump administration.

Crude prices were also helped higher by a Bloomberg report quoting an unidentified Saudi official as saying the kingdom would not tolerate the steep price slide of the past week and was open to all options to halt further declines. But Bloomberg also said separately in an analysis that the options available to Riyadh were scarce. œA cooling global economy and the U.S-China trade dispute are putting a brake on fuel demand, so even if global producers decide to cut output further, they may struggle to revive prices, Bloomberg added.

New York-traded West Texas Intermediate crude settled up $1.45, or 2.8%, at $52.54 per barrel. Despite the rebound, WTI remains down 6% on the week and 11% on the month.

London-traded Brent crude, the benchmark for oil outside of the U.S., rose $1.29, or 2.3%, to $57.53, remaining under the key $60 per barrel.

Both WTI and Brent are still down more than 20% since late April, befitting a bear market.

Source : Investing.com

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold futures finish lower for a second straight session

Gold futures fell on Wednesday for a second straight session, pressured on the heels of some strength in the U.S. dollar, even as concerns over the economic hit from COVID-19 remain. "It would appear that gold needs a clear sign of a pandemic and clear signs of severe global slowing to ignite a return of aggressive investment buying," said analysts at Zaner Metals, in a daily note. "The trade could be fearful about the potential for a sustained setback in Chinese physical gold...

Gold Climbs as Trump Comments Fail to Ease Virus Fears

Gold rose for the seventh time in eight days as investors continued to weigh the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, with comments by the Trump administration failing to allay concerns about the disease. More cases were reported in countries other than China in the past 24 hours for the first time, the World Health Organization said, with new infections in nations from Pakistan to Brazil. President Donald Trump assured Americans that they face little risk, although...

Gold Advances as Virus Fears Reignite Haven Demand

Gold rebounded after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Americans to prepare for a potential coronavirus outbreak at home and the total number of cases in South Korean topped the 1,000 mark. Spot gold as much as +0.7% to $1,646.33/oz, and was at $1,643.66 at 9:18am in Singapore Metal -1.5% Tuesday after touching $1,689.31 on Monday, the highest level since 2013 Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index steady after -0.2% Tuesday Other precious metals:...

Oil futures settle at lowest in over a year

Oil futures declined on Wednesday, with the U.S crude benchmark settling at its lowest in more than a year as global energy demand worries fed by the spread of COVID-19 pulled prices down for a fourth consecutive session. April West Texas Intermediate oil fell $1.17, or 2.3%, to settle at $48.73 barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That was the lowest front-month contract finish since January 2019, according to FactSet data. Source : MarketWatch

Dollar Rises With Stocks, Investors Stay Cautious

The U.S. dollar rebounded on Wednesday from a two-week low hit in the previous session in step with U.S. equity markets, though moves were muted as investors remained cautious as the coronavirus continues to spread. The dollar index was 0.13% higher at 99.144 as Wall Street™s main indexes rose about 1% on Wednesday after suffering their worst four-day percentage fall in more than a year. The dollar was also dented as investors scaled back expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve would...

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