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Gold finishes lower as worries over China virus ebb

Gold futures ended with a modest loss on Wednesday, lacking support as some equities markets in Asia and the U.S. climbed and while commodities traders weighed the potential economic impact of an outbreak of a serious virus in China. Gold for February delivery on Comex lost $1.20, or 0.08%, to settle at $1,556.70 an ounce, while March silver added 2 cents, or 0.1%, to $17.828 an ounce following a 1.5% loss Tuesday. In other metals trading, March palladium rose 4.6% to $2,335.60 an ounce,...

Gold futures finish at their highest in more than 2 weeks

Gold futures settled at a more than two-week high on Thursday, as worries surrounding the spread of the coronavirus led to weakness in the U.S. stock market and a fall in bond yields, lifting the haven appeal of the precious metal. "Appetite towards the precious metal should remain supported by growing fears over the coronavirus outbreak in China," said Lukman Otunuga, senior research analyst at FXTM. "The general uncertainty is likely to accelerate the flight to safety with gold seen testing...

Hong Kong Stocks Bounce After Sell-Off (Review)

Hong Kong shares recovered some of the previous day's sharp losses on bargain-buying Wednesday but traders remain on edge as they await developments linked to the deadly SARS -like virus that has spread from China. The Hang Seng index climbed 1.27 percent, or 355.71 points, to close at 28,341.04. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.28 percent, or 8.61 points, to 3,060.75 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, gained 0.72 percent, or 13.07...

Gold Gains as Virus Concerns Weigh on Risk Appetite

Gold advanced as risk aversion returned to markets amid ongoing efforts to control the widening coronavirus outbreak. Chinese officials halted travel from a city of 11 million as they try to stop the spread of the new SARS-like virus, while the World Health Organization delayed a decision on whether to declare the outbreak an international emergency. The coronavirus, which first appeared last month in Wuhan in central China, has killed at least 17 people and infected...

Hong Kong Stocks Sharply Down on Virus Fears (Review)

Hong Kong equities closed sharply lower on Thursday as investors took flight over the deadly SARS -like virus that has spread from China. The Hang Seng Index fell 1.52 percent, or 431.92 points, to end at 27,909.12. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index losing 2.75 percent, or 84.23 points, to close at 2,976.53, while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, tumbled 3.45 percent, or 62.79 points, to 1,756.82 at the finish. Source : AFP

Oil Recovers as China Data Offers Hope for Global Demand
Monday, 2 December 2019 07:25 WIB | COMMODITY |BrentWTIMinyak

Oil recovered some lost ground in Asian trade on Monday after an upbeat Chinese economic report at the weekend offered grounds for optimism on the global demand outlook.

Futures were up 1% in New York, after losing 5.1% on Friday -- the biggest single-day drop in more than two months. A gauge of China™s manufacturing sector jumped unexpectedly in November, signaling a recovery in activity. Still, concerns remain over the prospect of a phase one trade deal with the U.S. after a report that Beijing wants tariffs to be rolled back as part of any agreement.

Friday™s losses came on signs that a meeting of OPEC and its allies in Vienna this week would not result in deeper production cuts. Iraq™s oil minister said Sunday the producers™ bloc would consider bigger cuts, but his comments ran counter to signals from other members in the past week. Failure to further curb output could put prices under pressure, with the market seen swinging into surplus in the first quarter of 2020.

West Texas Intermediate for January delivery was up 57 cents to $55.74 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange at 10:32 a.m. Sydney time, after ending Friday down $2.94 at $55.17.

Brent for February settlement was up 50 cents at $60.99 a barrel on London™s ICE Futures Europe Exchange.

Source : Bloomberg

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold finishes lower as worries over China virus ebb

Gold futures ended with a modest loss on Wednesday, lacking support as some equities markets in Asia and the U.S. climbed and while commodities traders weighed the potential economic impact of an outbreak of a serious virus in China. Gold for February delivery on Comex lost $1.20, or 0.08%, to settle at $1,556.70 an ounce, while March silver added 2 cents, or 0.1%, to $17.828 an ounce following a 1.5% loss Tuesday. In other metals trading, March palladium rose 4.6% to $2,335.60 an ounce,...

Gold futures finish at their highest in more than 2 weeks

Gold futures settled at a more than two-week high on Thursday, as worries surrounding the spread of the coronavirus led to weakness in the U.S. stock market and a fall in bond yields, lifting the haven appeal of the precious metal. "Appetite towards the precious metal should remain supported by growing fears over the coronavirus outbreak in China," said Lukman Otunuga, senior research analyst at FXTM. "The general uncertainty is likely to accelerate the flight to safety with gold seen testing...

Hong Kong Stocks Bounce After Sell-Off (Review)

Hong Kong shares recovered some of the previous day's sharp losses on bargain-buying Wednesday but traders remain on edge as they await developments linked to the deadly SARS -like virus that has spread from China. The Hang Seng index climbed 1.27 percent, or 355.71 points, to close at 28,341.04. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.28 percent, or 8.61 points, to 3,060.75 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, gained 0.72 percent, or 13.07...

Gold Gains as Virus Concerns Weigh on Risk Appetite

Gold advanced as risk aversion returned to markets amid ongoing efforts to control the widening coronavirus outbreak. Chinese officials halted travel from a city of 11 million as they try to stop the spread of the new SARS-like virus, while the World Health Organization delayed a decision on whether to declare the outbreak an international emergency. The coronavirus, which first appeared last month in Wuhan in central China, has killed at least 17 people and infected...

Hong Kong Stocks Sharply Down on Virus Fears (Review)

Hong Kong equities closed sharply lower on Thursday as investors took flight over the deadly SARS -like virus that has spread from China. The Hang Seng Index fell 1.52 percent, or 431.92 points, to end at 27,909.12. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index losing 2.75 percent, or 84.23 points, to close at 2,976.53, while the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, tumbled 3.45 percent, or 62.79 points, to 1,756.82 at the finish. Source : AFP

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