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Gold ends lower as stock-market rebound dulls haven shine

Gold futures lost ground Monday, ending lower as renewed optimism on the trade front and talk of stimulus by global policy makers dulls investor appetite for havens. Gold for December delivery fell $12, or 0.8%, to end at $1,511.60 an ounce, while September silver declined 18.2 cents, or 1.1%, to end at $16.94 an ounce. Gold saw its second daily decline after ending Thursday at the latest in a string of more-than six-year highs. In other metals trade, October platinum rose $5.30, or 0.6%, to...

Gold Drops 2nd Day on Rising Stocks, Trade Comments

Gold declined for a second day as investors favored riskier assets and weighed President Donald Trump™s comments on trade talks with China. Stocks in Asia gained along with U.S. futures Monday, while Treasury yieldscontinued to recover from multi-year lows reached last week, when an inversion in the yield curve sparked recession worries. Trump said the U.S. is œdoing very well with China, and talking! but suggested he wasn™t ready to sign a trade deal, hours...

Gold ends higher, recoups some recent losses as bond yields slide

Gold futures climbed on Tuesday, with a slide in U.S. Treasury yields helping the haven metal recoup more than a third of what it lost a day earlier, when a rally in the U.S. stock market prompted some settling in bullion. Gold for December delivery rose $4.10, or 0.3%, to settle at $1,515.70 an ounce, after the commodity gave up $12, or 0.8%, Monday. September silver picked up 20.8 cents, or 1.2%, to $17.148 an ounce, following a 1.1% loss a day earlier. Precious metals gained some altitude...

Dollar Near Three-Week High as Thaw In Risk Aversion Lifts Yields

The dollar held near a three-week high on Tuesday, as expectations global economies would unleash fresh stimulus and an improvement in appetite for riskier assets lifted yields on U.S. government bonds. Yields on benchmark U.S. Treasuries pulled away from three-year lows as investors tip-toed back into riskier assets, lured by hopes for stimulus in major economies such as Germany and China, which eased more recent global recession fears. Investor focus on Tuesday will shift to the first...

Gold slips 1% as equities, US Treasury yields rise

Gold shed 1% on Monday as a recovery in share markets and rising U.S. Treasury yields reduced some of the metal's safe-haven appeal, prompting investors to book profits. Spot gold was down 1.06% at $1,497.85 per ounce. U.S. gold futures slipped 1% to $1,508.1. Benchmark U.S. Treasury yields gained on Monday, moving further away from record lows after the closely-watched U.S. yield curve between two- and 10-year bonds inverted for the first time since 2007 on Wednesday. Equity markets around...

US, Mexican Officials to Meet on Immigration and Tariff Threat
Monday, 3 June 2019 23:58 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

As U.S. and Mexican teams launch talks this week in Washington, U.S. President Donald Trump says he is "really okay" proceeding with his threat to impose tariffs on Mexican goods unless Mexico does more to cut the number of Central American migrants reaching the border.

"Everyone is coming through Mexico -- including drugs, including human trafficking -- and we're going to stop it or we're not going to do business and that's going to be it. It's very simple," Trump told reporters late Sunday."We'll see what can be done. But if it's not done, you know what we're going to be doing."

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Mexican Economy Secretary Graciela Marquez lead off with talks Monday, and there is a scheduled meeting Wednesday between U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Mexican Foreign Relations Secretary Marcelo Ebrard.

Ebrard said he will be "firm and defend the dignity of Mexico."

The Mexican delegation is set to lay out more of its position for the talks Monday morning at a news conference.

But as Trump reiterated his willingness to go forward with the tariff plan, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said his government is a friend of the U.S. government, that he wants to remain a friend of Trump, and that the Mexican people are friends with the people of the United States.

He has called for dialogue in resolving tensions rather than "coercive measures."

Source : VOA

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold ends lower as stock-market rebound dulls haven shine

Gold futures lost ground Monday, ending lower as renewed optimism on the trade front and talk of stimulus by global policy makers dulls investor appetite for havens. Gold for December delivery fell $12, or 0.8%, to end at $1,511.60 an ounce, while September silver declined 18.2 cents, or 1.1%, to end at $16.94 an ounce. Gold saw its second daily decline after ending Thursday at the latest in a string of more-than six-year highs. In other metals trade, October platinum rose $5.30, or 0.6%, to...

Gold Drops 2nd Day on Rising Stocks, Trade Comments

Gold declined for a second day as investors favored riskier assets and weighed President Donald Trump™s comments on trade talks with China. Stocks in Asia gained along with U.S. futures Monday, while Treasury yieldscontinued to recover from multi-year lows reached last week, when an inversion in the yield curve sparked recession worries. Trump said the U.S. is œdoing very well with China, and talking! but suggested he wasn™t ready to sign a trade deal, hours...

Gold ends higher, recoups some recent losses as bond yields slide

Gold futures climbed on Tuesday, with a slide in U.S. Treasury yields helping the haven metal recoup more than a third of what it lost a day earlier, when a rally in the U.S. stock market prompted some settling in bullion. Gold for December delivery rose $4.10, or 0.3%, to settle at $1,515.70 an ounce, after the commodity gave up $12, or 0.8%, Monday. September silver picked up 20.8 cents, or 1.2%, to $17.148 an ounce, following a 1.1% loss a day earlier. Precious metals gained some altitude...

Dollar Near Three-Week High as Thaw In Risk Aversion Lifts Yields

The dollar held near a three-week high on Tuesday, as expectations global economies would unleash fresh stimulus and an improvement in appetite for riskier assets lifted yields on U.S. government bonds. Yields on benchmark U.S. Treasuries pulled away from three-year lows as investors tip-toed back into riskier assets, lured by hopes for stimulus in major economies such as Germany and China, which eased more recent global recession fears. Investor focus on Tuesday will shift to the first...

Gold slips 1% as equities, US Treasury yields rise

Gold shed 1% on Monday as a recovery in share markets and rising U.S. Treasury yields reduced some of the metal's safe-haven appeal, prompting investors to book profits. Spot gold was down 1.06% at $1,497.85 per ounce. U.S. gold futures slipped 1% to $1,508.1. Benchmark U.S. Treasury yields gained on Monday, moving further away from record lows after the closely-watched U.S. yield curve between two- and 10-year bonds inverted for the first time since 2007 on Wednesday. Equity markets around...

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