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Gold futures end lower for session, cling to weekly gain

Gold futures prices settled fractionally lower Friday although maintained a weekly gain. A decline for the leading dollar index boosted the metal, with gains held in check by a rebound for the U.S. stock market. December gold fell $1.00, or 0.1%, to $1,229.10 an ounce. The contract was up nearly 0.6% for the week after trading as high as $1,231 earlier in the week, its loftiest since July, according to FactSet data. Marketwatch

Mega Millions Lottery Jackpot Inching Toward $1 Billion

Americans have a chance -- a very slight chance -- when the Mega Millions lottery numbers are picked Friday night. The jackpot has been building since the last winning set of numbers was drawn in July and has climbed to an astounding $970 million and could exceed the billion-dollar mark by the time all tickets are sold. Meantime, the jackpot for another lottery called Powerball stands at $430 million for a lucky winner in Saturday™s drawing. The odds of winning either game are about 1 in...

European markets close flat as Brussels looks to reduce tensions with Italy

European stocks pared earlier losses on Friday after Europe's economy commissioner said no decision had yet been taken on Italy's controversial budget plan. The pan-European Stoxx 600 ended a shade lower, 0.06 percent down as Friday's closing bell rang. In terms of country performance, the FTSE 100 in the U.K., the Swiss SMI, Spain's IBEX were all higher, while France's CAC 40, Germany's DAX and Italy's FTSE MIB pared losses but finished lower. Auto stocks was the worst-performing sector...

Gold Heads For Weekly Gain as Dollar Slips, Stocks Try For Recovery

Gold tipped higher early Friday, on its way to a weekly gain, as a leading dollar index softened. Investors kept tabs on budget tensions in Europe, which could have consequences for broader market sentiment. December gold rose $1.50, or 0.1%, to $1,231.50 an ounce, back at its highest level since late July and heading for a nearly 0.8% weekly gain, according to FactSet data. Gold is up nearly 3% so far for October but down 7% for 2018. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index slipped 0.1% at 95.88 but has...

US Skeptical of Russia's Newest IS Claims

The United States is pushing back against claims by Russian President Vladimir Putin that the Islamic State terror group is starting to execute hundreds of hostages in Syria, including U.S. and European nationals. Putin made the claims Thursday during the Valdai forum in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi, saying IS had taken 700 people from a displaced persons camp near Deir el-Zour in an area controlled by U.S.-backed forces. "They have issued ultimatums, specific demands, and warned that...

Australia Holds Interest Rate as Employment Bonanza Winds Down
Tuesday, 1 May 2018 12:43 WIB | FISCAL & MONETARY |RBAEkonomi AustraliaBank Sentral Australia,

Australia left its key interest rate unchanged at a record lowTuesday -- as expected -- amid the slowing of a hiring boom.

Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe kept the cash rate at 1.5 percent, where it has stood since late 2016, as the central bank waits for inflation to strengthen. The nation™s jobs growth has declined to a three-month annualized pace of 1.2 percent in 2018 from a blockbuster 3.4 percent for the whole of last year, Westpac Banking Corp. estimates.

œThe bank™s central forecast for the Australian economy remains for growth to pick up, to average a bit above 3 percent in 2018 and 2019., Lowe said in astatement. œEmployment has grown strongly over the past year, although growth has slowed over recent months.

The local dollar edged lower, trading at 75.35 U.S. cents at 2:33 p.m. in Sydney from 75.41 prior to the release. It™s fallen about 6 percent in the past three months.

The RBA has shifted to a supporting role in the nation™s economy, styling itself as a predictable player. Lowe has said the next rate move will likely be an increase at some point, reflecting forecasts for faster growth that are due to be updated Friday. Traders are pricing in little chance of a tightening this year as inflation hovers near the bottom of the central bank™s 2 percent to 3 percent target, with 2019 seen as a more realistic prospect.

Source : Bloomberg

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Gold futures end lower for session, cling to weekly gain

Gold futures prices settled fractionally lower Friday although maintained a weekly gain. A decline for the leading dollar index boosted the metal, with gains held in check by a rebound for the U.S. stock market. December gold fell $1.00, or 0.1%, to $1,229.10 an ounce. The contract was up nearly 0.6% for the week after trading as high as $1,231 earlier in the week, its loftiest since July, according to FactSet data. Marketwatch

Mega Millions Lottery Jackpot Inching Toward $1 Billion

Americans have a chance -- a very slight chance -- when the Mega Millions lottery numbers are picked Friday night. The jackpot has been building since the last winning set of numbers was drawn in July and has climbed to an astounding $970 million and could exceed the billion-dollar mark by the time all tickets are sold. Meantime, the jackpot for another lottery called Powerball stands at $430 million for a lucky winner in Saturday™s drawing. The odds of winning either game are about 1 in...

European markets close flat as Brussels looks to reduce tensions with Italy

European stocks pared earlier losses on Friday after Europe's economy commissioner said no decision had yet been taken on Italy's controversial budget plan. The pan-European Stoxx 600 ended a shade lower, 0.06 percent down as Friday's closing bell rang. In terms of country performance, the FTSE 100 in the U.K., the Swiss SMI, Spain's IBEX were all higher, while France's CAC 40, Germany's DAX and Italy's FTSE MIB pared losses but finished lower. Auto stocks was the worst-performing sector...

Gold Heads For Weekly Gain as Dollar Slips, Stocks Try For Recovery

Gold tipped higher early Friday, on its way to a weekly gain, as a leading dollar index softened. Investors kept tabs on budget tensions in Europe, which could have consequences for broader market sentiment. December gold rose $1.50, or 0.1%, to $1,231.50 an ounce, back at its highest level since late July and heading for a nearly 0.8% weekly gain, according to FactSet data. Gold is up nearly 3% so far for October but down 7% for 2018. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index slipped 0.1% at 95.88 but has...

US Skeptical of Russia's Newest IS Claims

The United States is pushing back against claims by Russian President Vladimir Putin that the Islamic State terror group is starting to execute hundreds of hostages in Syria, including U.S. and European nationals. Putin made the claims Thursday during the Valdai forum in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi, saying IS had taken 700 people from a displaced persons camp near Deir el-Zour in an area controlled by U.S.-backed forces. "They have issued ultimatums, specific demands, and warned that...

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