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Gold retakes $1,300 level for first time in 9 months

Gold futures on Friday were trading above $1,300 for the first time in 2017 and were on track for their third straight daily gain, as precious metals drew haven demand, sparked by a selloff in a global equities, a terrorist attack in Barcelona and concerns about President Donald Trump™s pro-business agenda. Gold for December delivery gained $8.60, or 0.7%, at $1,301.90 an ounce, marking the highest level for a most-active contract since Nov. 4, according to FactSet data. The yellow...

Gold Fails to Hold Above Key $1,300 Level, Posts Daily, Weekly Losses

Gold prices touched their highest intraday level of the year on Friday, temporarily topping $1,300 an ounce before pulling back to settle lower for the session and the week. Gold had traded above $1,300 Friday for the first time in 2017, getting a lift from haven demand on the back of earlier weakness in global equities, a terrorist attack in Barcelona and concerns about President Donald Trump™s pro-business agenda. December gold fell 80 cents, or less than 0.1%, to settle at $1,291.60 an...

Asian Equities Fall on Trump Concerns, Terror Attack in Spain

Asian equities fell, paring the week™s gain, after a terror attack in Barcelona added to concerns that U.S. President Donald Trump™s policy plans may be stymied by discord within his administration. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index lost 0.5 percent to 159.04 as of 4:36 p.m. in Hong Kong, set to decline for the first day this week. About three shares retreated for each one that gained, with financial and technology sub-gauges leading the drop. Indexes slid across the region, with Japan™s...

Gold Futures Punch Through $1,300 as Global Stocks Extend Losses

Gold futures broke above $1,300 an ounce, gaining to the highest level this year, as global stocks dropped and investors fretted that turmoil in the White House will prevent President Donald Trump from delivering on his pro-growth legislative agenda. Futures for delivery in December gained as much as 0.7 percent to $1,301.10 an ounce on the Comex and traded at $1,299 at 9 a.m. in London. The gain came as a gauge of global stocks extended a decline, and the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index fell...

Europe Ends On A Negative Note As Trump, Terror Concerns Linger

Europe finished Friday's session on a negative note, as the worst terror attack seen in Spain for more than 13 years added jitters to market sentiment. The pan-European Stoxx 600 ended down 0.71 % to 374.20 provisionally, however on the week the index closed 0.55 percent up. Looking to Europe's major bourses, the U.K.'s FTSE 100 ended 0.86 percent down, while the French CAC 40 slipped 0.64 percent and Germany's DAX ended 0.31 percent down. In periphery markets, Spain's IBEX 35 ended 0.56...

Dudley Says Inflation Will 'Take Some Time' to Reach Fed's Goal
Friday, 11 August 2017 00:03 WIB | FISCAL & MONETARY |Moneter

Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley cautioned that œit™s going to take some time for inflation to rise to the central bank™s 2 percent target even as he offered a generally positive outlook for the U.S. economy, job market and price pressures.

œOur outlook anticipates a continued moderate growth trend, with some further strengthening in the labor market and an increase in inflation over the medium term toward our objective of 2 percent, he said Thursday in prepared remarks at a press briefing in New York on inequality.

That language compares with the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee™s post-meeting statement on July 26, which said inflation was expected to œstabilize around the Committee™s 2 percent objective over the medium term.

Dudley, who also serves as vice chairman of the FOMC, later explained to reporters that the year-over-year measures would be constrained by weak readings in recent months.

œI do think I expect inflation to also start to move higher in the medium term but probably not get all the way back to 2 percent on a year-over-year basis, because remember, we™ve had these very weak inflation readings for a number of months, he said. œSo we™re not going to get to a year-over-year number of 2 percent until some of these very low readings drop out of the statistics 6 to 10 months from now.

 

Source: Bloomberg

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Gold retakes $1,300 level for first time in 9 months

Gold futures on Friday were trading above $1,300 for the first time in 2017 and were on track for their third straight daily gain, as precious metals drew haven demand, sparked by a selloff in a global equities, a terrorist attack in Barcelona and concerns about President Donald Trump™s pro-business agenda. Gold for December delivery gained $8.60, or 0.7%, at $1,301.90 an ounce, marking the highest level for a most-active contract since Nov. 4, according to FactSet data. The yellow...

Gold Fails to Hold Above Key $1,300 Level, Posts Daily, Weekly Losses

Gold prices touched their highest intraday level of the year on Friday, temporarily topping $1,300 an ounce before pulling back to settle lower for the session and the week. Gold had traded above $1,300 Friday for the first time in 2017, getting a lift from haven demand on the back of earlier weakness in global equities, a terrorist attack in Barcelona and concerns about President Donald Trump™s pro-business agenda. December gold fell 80 cents, or less than 0.1%, to settle at $1,291.60 an...

Asian Equities Fall on Trump Concerns, Terror Attack in Spain

Asian equities fell, paring the week™s gain, after a terror attack in Barcelona added to concerns that U.S. President Donald Trump™s policy plans may be stymied by discord within his administration. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index lost 0.5 percent to 159.04 as of 4:36 p.m. in Hong Kong, set to decline for the first day this week. About three shares retreated for each one that gained, with financial and technology sub-gauges leading the drop. Indexes slid across the region, with Japan™s...

Gold Futures Punch Through $1,300 as Global Stocks Extend Losses

Gold futures broke above $1,300 an ounce, gaining to the highest level this year, as global stocks dropped and investors fretted that turmoil in the White House will prevent President Donald Trump from delivering on his pro-growth legislative agenda. Futures for delivery in December gained as much as 0.7 percent to $1,301.10 an ounce on the Comex and traded at $1,299 at 9 a.m. in London. The gain came as a gauge of global stocks extended a decline, and the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index fell...

Europe Ends On A Negative Note As Trump, Terror Concerns Linger

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