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Dow futures jump 250 points as focus remains on trade and the economy

U.S. stock index futures were set to open sharply higher on Friday morning as investors continued to focus on movements in the bond market and U.S.-China trade talks. Around 5:30 a.m. ET, Dow futures indicated a positive open of about 250 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were also both solidly higher. Wall Street closed Thursday's session on a more positive note, erasing some of the steep losses suffered earlier in the week. Market sentiment remains volatile, however, as concerns...

Gold Futures Head For Longest Winning Run Since 2016

Gold futures are poised for a sixth weekly advance, the best streak in more than three years, on heightened trade uncertainty and concerns about slowing global growth. China called looming U.S. tariffs a violation of accords reached by Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, vowing retaliation, while Trump said Thursday that any deal must be œon our terms. Bond investors are locking horns over whether the inversion of yield curves really means the global economy...

Gold Futures Settle Lower, Post a Third Straight Weekly Gain

Gold futures fell on Friday, but posted a gain for the week--their third in row. "Drivers for gold have included global growth in negative interest rate bonds, the decline in real interest rates in the U.S., [and] uncertainty regarding U.S./China trade policy and political unrest in Hong Kong," said Rob Haworth, senior investment strategist at U.S. Bank Wealth Management. December gold fell by $7.60, or 0.5%, to settle at $1,523.60 on Comex. For the week, most-active contract prices rose by...

Gold Prices Little Changed; Stock Markets Recover but Trade Worries Remain

Gold prices were little changed on Friday in Asia as stock markets recovered, although trade concerns remained. Gold Futures for December delivery, traded on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, were near flat at $1,531.55 by 1:21 AM ET (05:21 GMT). Stock markets recovered today, but Sino-U.S. trade concerns remained after China's threat to take countermeasures against new U.S. tariffs. Ongoing Hong Kong protests are also expected to further complicate the relationship...

North Korea Fires More Weapons; Criticizes South Korea

North Korea has launched a fresh round of short-range weapons into the sea off its east coast, South Korea™s military reported - Pyongyang™s latest apparent outburst of anger at continued U.S.-South Korean military drills. The North fired two œunidentified projectiles Friday from Gangwon province in the northeast part of North Korea, according to a statement from Seoul™s Joint Chiefs of Staff. The weapons traveled about 230 kilometers, reaching a height of 30 kilometers, the...

US Aside, China Fears Mostly Japan’s Influence in Disputed Sea
Wednesday, 22 May 2019 23:37 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

Japan is shaping up as China's chief rival in the disputed South China Sea because it has a sustained, multi-pronged approach and a unique set of reasons to test Beijing™s growing influence, analysts say.

The country has emerged since 2017 as a force in the sea. It works with the United States on joint naval exercises including one from May 2-8 that also involved warships from India and the Philippines. Japan has separately sent its Izumo-class helicopter carrier to the sea at least four times since 2017. That year it took a three-month tour.

Japan, unlike the United States, is helping Southeast Asian claimants to the South China Sea develop infrastructure and maritime firepower. Japanese officials don™t claim the sea, but a separate territorial dispute with China motivates them to keep a watch on Chinese influence. Japanese citizens tend to support foreign policy targeting China, analysts say.

œUnder (Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo) Abe, Tokyo has enhanced defense and security engagements in Southeast Asia, not least with the South China Sea in mind, said Collin Koh, maritime security research fellow at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. œI believe Beijing will...be concerned about Japan using the South China Sea.

Source : VOA

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Dow futures jump 250 points as focus remains on trade and the economy

U.S. stock index futures were set to open sharply higher on Friday morning as investors continued to focus on movements in the bond market and U.S.-China trade talks. Around 5:30 a.m. ET, Dow futures indicated a positive open of about 250 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were also both solidly higher. Wall Street closed Thursday's session on a more positive note, erasing some of the steep losses suffered earlier in the week. Market sentiment remains volatile, however, as concerns...

Gold Futures Head For Longest Winning Run Since 2016

Gold futures are poised for a sixth weekly advance, the best streak in more than three years, on heightened trade uncertainty and concerns about slowing global growth. China called looming U.S. tariffs a violation of accords reached by Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, vowing retaliation, while Trump said Thursday that any deal must be œon our terms. Bond investors are locking horns over whether the inversion of yield curves really means the global economy...

Gold Futures Settle Lower, Post a Third Straight Weekly Gain

Gold futures fell on Friday, but posted a gain for the week--their third in row. "Drivers for gold have included global growth in negative interest rate bonds, the decline in real interest rates in the U.S., [and] uncertainty regarding U.S./China trade policy and political unrest in Hong Kong," said Rob Haworth, senior investment strategist at U.S. Bank Wealth Management. December gold fell by $7.60, or 0.5%, to settle at $1,523.60 on Comex. For the week, most-active contract prices rose by...

Gold Prices Little Changed; Stock Markets Recover but Trade Worries Remain

Gold prices were little changed on Friday in Asia as stock markets recovered, although trade concerns remained. Gold Futures for December delivery, traded on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, were near flat at $1,531.55 by 1:21 AM ET (05:21 GMT). Stock markets recovered today, but Sino-U.S. trade concerns remained after China's threat to take countermeasures against new U.S. tariffs. Ongoing Hong Kong protests are also expected to further complicate the relationship...

North Korea Fires More Weapons; Criticizes South Korea

North Korea has launched a fresh round of short-range weapons into the sea off its east coast, South Korea™s military reported - Pyongyang™s latest apparent outburst of anger at continued U.S.-South Korean military drills. The North fired two œunidentified projectiles Friday from Gangwon province in the northeast part of North Korea, according to a statement from Seoul™s Joint Chiefs of Staff. The weapons traveled about 230 kilometers, reaching a height of 30 kilometers, the...

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