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Gold Ticks Up on Concerns Over Increase in Virus Cases

Gold climbed as investors sought haven assets amid the rise in coronavirus cases, with the World Health Organization reporting a one-day high in global infections over the weekend. U.S. virus cases increased 2%, more than the seven-day average, according to an updated Johns Hopkins University count, while global cases topped 11.3 million. Mexico overtook France with the fifth-deadliest outbreak. Spot gold +0.2% to $1,776.01/oz at 8:10am in Singapore. Last week,...

Tokyo Shares Open The Week on Positive Note

Tokyo shares opened higher Monday while investors monitored with caution a continued rebound of global coronavirus infections. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index rose 25.74 points or 0.12 percent to 22,332.22, while the broader Topix index added 2.94 points or 0.19 percent to 1,555.27. Source : AFP

Oil Stuck Near $43 With Market Weighing Supply Against Virus

Oil in London was anchored near $43 a barrel as investors weighed tightening crude supplies and robust U.S. economic data against surging coronavirus infections. Libya™s oil exports are expected to slide this month as forces opposed to the government continue to block shipments, adding to coordinated OPEC+ cuts, while data last week showed the American labor market rebounded in June. However, a surge in U.S. virus cases has pushed global infections above 11.3...

Dollar in Tight Range Ahead of U.S. Services Sector Data

The dollar held steady against most currencies on Monday as investors awaited data expected to show the U.S. services sector stopped contracting, and highlighting the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The euro moved in a narrow range before economic data from Germany and the eurozone that are also forecast to show a sharp rebound in corporate activity and retail sales, which would ease concerns about the economic outlook. A steady rise of new coronavirus infections in the...

Hong Kong Stocks Rise at Open

Hong Kong shares started on the front foot Monday, building on last week's rally as investors eye the ongoing reopening of economies around the world. The Hang Seng Index added 0.68 percent, or 172.42 points, to 25,545.54. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index jumped 1.11 percent, or 35.03 points, to 3,187.84 while the Shenzhen Composite Index on China's second exchange gained 0.64 percent, or 12.98 points, to 2054.87. Source : AFP

Oil Rises on Signs of U.S. Supply Drop, OPEC Shale Outlook
Thursday, 14 November 2019 18:49 WIB | COMMODITY |BrentWTIMinyak

Oil rose for a second day after an industry report pointed to a drop in U.S. inventories, and as OPEC said it sees potential for a œsharp slowdown in American shale output next year.

Futures added 1.1% in New York. Expectations that the U.S. government will report that crude inventories increased last week eased after data from the American Petroleum Institute, an industry body, signaled that stockpiles fell by 541,000 barrels. Meanwhile, OPEC Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo said there will likely be downward revisions to U.S. shale output going into 2020.

OPEC™s prediction comes after major American shale producers including Pioneer Natural Resources Co. warned that the shale boom is ending, although the EIA increased its production forecast for next year on Wednesday. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries also said it sees a possible upswing in demand, especially if the U.S. and China reach a preliminary trade deal.

West Texas Intermediate for December delivery rose 58 cents, or 1%, to $57.70 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange as of 10:32 a.m. in London. It settled 32 cents higher at $57.12 on Wednesday.

Brent for January rose 68 cents, or 1.1%, to $63.05 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe Exchange after advancing 0.5% on Wednesday. The global benchmark crude traded at a $5.22 premium to WTI for the same month.

Source : Bloomberg

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold Ticks Up on Concerns Over Increase in Virus Cases

Gold climbed as investors sought haven assets amid the rise in coronavirus cases, with the World Health Organization reporting a one-day high in global infections over the weekend. U.S. virus cases increased 2%, more than the seven-day average, according to an updated Johns Hopkins University count, while global cases topped 11.3 million. Mexico overtook France with the fifth-deadliest outbreak. Spot gold +0.2% to $1,776.01/oz at 8:10am in Singapore. Last week,...

Tokyo Shares Open The Week on Positive Note

Tokyo shares opened higher Monday while investors monitored with caution a continued rebound of global coronavirus infections. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index rose 25.74 points or 0.12 percent to 22,332.22, while the broader Topix index added 2.94 points or 0.19 percent to 1,555.27. Source : AFP

Oil Stuck Near $43 With Market Weighing Supply Against Virus

Oil in London was anchored near $43 a barrel as investors weighed tightening crude supplies and robust U.S. economic data against surging coronavirus infections. Libya™s oil exports are expected to slide this month as forces opposed to the government continue to block shipments, adding to coordinated OPEC+ cuts, while data last week showed the American labor market rebounded in June. However, a surge in U.S. virus cases has pushed global infections above 11.3...

Dollar in Tight Range Ahead of U.S. Services Sector Data

The dollar held steady against most currencies on Monday as investors awaited data expected to show the U.S. services sector stopped contracting, and highlighting the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The euro moved in a narrow range before economic data from Germany and the eurozone that are also forecast to show a sharp rebound in corporate activity and retail sales, which would ease concerns about the economic outlook. A steady rise of new coronavirus infections in the...

Hong Kong Stocks Rise at Open

Hong Kong shares started on the front foot Monday, building on last week's rally as investors eye the ongoing reopening of economies around the world. The Hang Seng Index added 0.68 percent, or 172.42 points, to 25,545.54. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index jumped 1.11 percent, or 35.03 points, to 3,187.84 while the Shenzhen Composite Index on China's second exchange gained 0.64 percent, or 12.98 points, to 2054.87. Source : AFP

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