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Gold prices down a third straight session to lowest finish in a year

Gold futures fell a third session in a row on Tuesday to mark another finish at their lowest level in a year. Strength in the U.S. dollar following testimony from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that backed continued hikes in interest rates kept pressure on gold. August gold fell $12.40, or 1%, to settle at $1,227.30 an ounce, the lowest for a most-active contract since July 13, 2017, according to FactSet data. Source : Marketwatch

Gold settles with a slight gain, avoids correction territory

Gold prices settled slightly higher on Wednesday, ending a three-session streak of declines as a benchmark dollar index eased back toward session lows, allowing the yellow metal to avoid a finish in correction territory. August gold tacked on 60 cents, or less than 0.1%, to settle at $1,227.90 an ounce, giving up earlier declines that saw prices touch a low of $1,220.90. The precious commodity has thus far tumbled 9.9% since its peak on Jan. 15 at $1,362.90 an ounce, placing it near...

Gold prices steady as dollar firms after Fed comments

Gold prices on Wednesday held steady near a one-year low hit in the previous session, as the dollar firmed after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's U.S. economic outlook reinforced views the central bank is on track to steadily hike interest rates. Spot gold was largely unchanged at $1,227.16 an ounce at 00:47 GMT. On Tuesday, it fell 1 percent and hit its lowest since last July at $1,225.58. U.S. gold futures for August delivery were little changed at $1,227 an...

Gold aims to snap 2-session skid as dollar gauge sees muted action

Gold prices on Tuesday edged higher, attempting to snap a two-session slide and halt a broader downturn that has taken the commodity to its lowest levels in about a year. August gold ticked up $1.30, or 0.1%, to $1,241 an ounce, after the most-active contract marked the lowest settlement since July 17, 2017 on Monday, according to FactSet data. Gold has ended lower in the past two sessions and has finished in the red in four of the past five trading days. A popular fund tracking gold, the...

Powell says more gradual interest-rate hikes is the 'best way forward''

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Tuesday said continued gradual interest-rate hikes was the "best way forward" for monetary policy. "With a strong job market, inflation close to our objective, and the risks to the outlook roughly balanced, the FOMC believes that - for now - the best way forward is to keep gradually raising the federal funds rate," Powell said in testimony to the Senate Banking Committee. Powell said the unemployment rate is expected to fall further and the Fed's...

Experts Urge Close German-US Relations Despite Trump
Thursday, 12 October 2017 23:58 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

Several prominent German foreign policy experts on Thursday urged the incoming German government not to turn away from the United States despite U.S. President Donald Trump's unilateral "America First" stance.

The group of leading experts published a manifesto in the weekly Die Zeit saying the "success and security of Germany and Europe is based on the system" of a liberal, international order and multilateral institutions, which Trump is fundamentally questioning with his "power-based, nationalist politics."

They wrote that because of America's current course, Germany - which recently held national elections and is still in the process of forming a new government - and the European Union have more responsibility than ever to preserve and strengthen the international system, which in the long term has to include the U.S.

The experts, who include Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff from the German Marshall Fund of the United States and Daniela Schwarzer from the German Council on Foreign Relations, warn that Germany should not turn away from the U.S. by focusing on a "German-French small Europe," getting closer to Russia or reacting with German nationalism to America's nationalism.

A German "Sonderweg," meaning Germany trying to forge a middle course on its own between the West and the East, would only strengthen extremists on the far right and left in Germany and threaten the European peace order, they warn.

 

Source: voanews

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Gold prices down a third straight session to lowest finish in a year

Gold futures fell a third session in a row on Tuesday to mark another finish at their lowest level in a year. Strength in the U.S. dollar following testimony from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that backed continued hikes in interest rates kept pressure on gold. August gold fell $12.40, or 1%, to settle at $1,227.30 an ounce, the lowest for a most-active contract since July 13, 2017, according to FactSet data. Source : Marketwatch

Gold settles with a slight gain, avoids correction territory

Gold prices settled slightly higher on Wednesday, ending a three-session streak of declines as a benchmark dollar index eased back toward session lows, allowing the yellow metal to avoid a finish in correction territory. August gold tacked on 60 cents, or less than 0.1%, to settle at $1,227.90 an ounce, giving up earlier declines that saw prices touch a low of $1,220.90. The precious commodity has thus far tumbled 9.9% since its peak on Jan. 15 at $1,362.90 an ounce, placing it near...

Gold prices steady as dollar firms after Fed comments

Gold prices on Wednesday held steady near a one-year low hit in the previous session, as the dollar firmed after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's U.S. economic outlook reinforced views the central bank is on track to steadily hike interest rates. Spot gold was largely unchanged at $1,227.16 an ounce at 00:47 GMT. On Tuesday, it fell 1 percent and hit its lowest since last July at $1,225.58. U.S. gold futures for August delivery were little changed at $1,227 an...

Gold aims to snap 2-session skid as dollar gauge sees muted action

Gold prices on Tuesday edged higher, attempting to snap a two-session slide and halt a broader downturn that has taken the commodity to its lowest levels in about a year. August gold ticked up $1.30, or 0.1%, to $1,241 an ounce, after the most-active contract marked the lowest settlement since July 17, 2017 on Monday, according to FactSet data. Gold has ended lower in the past two sessions and has finished in the red in four of the past five trading days. A popular fund tracking gold, the...

Powell says more gradual interest-rate hikes is the 'best way forward''

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Tuesday said continued gradual interest-rate hikes was the "best way forward" for monetary policy. "With a strong job market, inflation close to our objective, and the risks to the outlook roughly balanced, the FOMC believes that - for now - the best way forward is to keep gradually raising the federal funds rate," Powell said in testimony to the Senate Banking Committee. Powell said the unemployment rate is expected to fall further and the Fed's...

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