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Gold Rises as U.S. Riots, Hong Kong Rensions Lift Safe-Haven Appeal

Gold prices climbed on Monday as reports of riots in the United States rattled investors already reeling from the deepening China-U.S. rift, fanning concerns of a fresh economic setback and drove traders towards the safe-haven metal. Spot gold was up 0.6% at $1,736.31 per ounce, as of 1243 GMT. U.S. gold futures were flat at $1,751.30. Protesters in the United States have flooded the streets over the death of George Floyd in police custody, in a wave of outrage sweeping a politically and...

Rallies in the US Continue to Remain Curfews and Emergencies

The demonstrators continued to voice their correction of the death of George Floyd for the death of the sixth night in cities across the US on Sunday (31/5). Fix the problem of confrontation again with the police trying to enforce the curfew. Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, Detroit and Philadelphia are among the major cities that have imposed orders that apply to residents at night. The governors of Texas and Virginia have imposed a state of emergency in their state. Fire, vandalism, looting...

Aussie Dollar Surges As Investors Focus On Recovery From Pandemic

Riskier currencies rose against the dollar on Monday as investors looked to positive signs from China™s post-coronavirus economic recovery and wagered on an easing in Sino-U.S. tensions. The trade-sensitive Australian dollar surged 1% to a three-month high of $0.6742 to lead broader gains that put the dollar close to an 11-week low against a basket of currencies. U.S. President Donald Trump made no move to impose new tariffs on China during a news conference on Friday where he outlined his...

Gold Climbs As U.S. Riots Spark Safe-Haven Rush

Gold prices rose on Monday as riots in major U.S. cities rattled investors already reeling from strained China-U.S. relations and boosted demand for the safe-haven metal, with a weaker dollar lending further support. Spot gold gained 0.8% to $1,739.75 per ounce by 0242 GMT. U.S. gold futures ticked up 0.1% to $1,752.60. Protesters have flooded the streets in the United States over the death of George Floyd in police custody, in a wave of outrage sweeping a politically and racially divided...

Gold edges lower as investors play down U.S.-China tensions

Gold futures traded slightly lower Monday, losing ground as equities drifted into positive territory and investors appeared to play down U.S.-China tensions and a weekend of civil unrest in several U.S. cities. Gold for August delivery on Comex fell $6.50, or 0.4%, to $1,745.10 an ounce, while July silver was up 14.10 cents, or 0.8%, at $18.64 an ounce. Source : MarketWatch

Trump Cancels Plan to Hold G-7 at His Miami Golf Club
Monday, 21 October 2019 10:30 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

In a series of Tweets Saturday night U.S. President Donald Trump said he was canceling plans to hold the 2020 G-7 summit at a golf resort he owns in Miami, Florida.

The U.S. president last week had confirmed plans to hold the annual summit at the Trump National Doral, but his plans had drawn wide condemnation from political opponents and some Republicans, who said the president would benefit financially from holding it there.

He blamed the U.S. national media and Democrats for opposing the Doral site for the meeting of the leaders of the West's leading economies. 

œI thought I was doing something very good for our Country by using Trump National Doral, in Miami, for hosting the G-7 Leaders," Trump tweeted. "It is big, grand, on hundreds of acres, next to MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, has tremendous ballrooms & meeting rooms, and each delegation would have its own 50 to 70 unit building. Would set up better than other alternatives. I announced that I would be willing to do it at NO PROFIT or, if legally permissible, at ZERO COST to the USA. But, as usual, the Hostile Media & their Democrat Partners went CRAZY!

Some members of Trumps own party had also criticized the plan.

Trump tweeted that other U.S. sites for the 2020 summit will now be considered, possibly including Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland outside Washington. 

Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney told the "Fox News Sunday" talk show that Trump, who controls a global real estate empire that includes luxury hotels, made the original decision for Doral because "at the end of the day he still considers himself to be in the hospitality business." 

Source : VOA

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Gold Rises as U.S. Riots, Hong Kong Rensions Lift Safe-Haven Appeal

Gold prices climbed on Monday as reports of riots in the United States rattled investors already reeling from the deepening China-U.S. rift, fanning concerns of a fresh economic setback and drove traders towards the safe-haven metal. Spot gold was up 0.6% at $1,736.31 per ounce, as of 1243 GMT. U.S. gold futures were flat at $1,751.30. Protesters in the United States have flooded the streets over the death of George Floyd in police custody, in a wave of outrage sweeping a politically and...

Rallies in the US Continue to Remain Curfews and Emergencies

The demonstrators continued to voice their correction of the death of George Floyd for the death of the sixth night in cities across the US on Sunday (31/5). Fix the problem of confrontation again with the police trying to enforce the curfew. Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, Detroit and Philadelphia are among the major cities that have imposed orders that apply to residents at night. The governors of Texas and Virginia have imposed a state of emergency in their state. Fire, vandalism, looting...

Aussie Dollar Surges As Investors Focus On Recovery From Pandemic

Riskier currencies rose against the dollar on Monday as investors looked to positive signs from China™s post-coronavirus economic recovery and wagered on an easing in Sino-U.S. tensions. The trade-sensitive Australian dollar surged 1% to a three-month high of $0.6742 to lead broader gains that put the dollar close to an 11-week low against a basket of currencies. U.S. President Donald Trump made no move to impose new tariffs on China during a news conference on Friday where he outlined his...

Gold Climbs As U.S. Riots Spark Safe-Haven Rush

Gold prices rose on Monday as riots in major U.S. cities rattled investors already reeling from strained China-U.S. relations and boosted demand for the safe-haven metal, with a weaker dollar lending further support. Spot gold gained 0.8% to $1,739.75 per ounce by 0242 GMT. U.S. gold futures ticked up 0.1% to $1,752.60. Protesters have flooded the streets in the United States over the death of George Floyd in police custody, in a wave of outrage sweeping a politically and racially divided...

Gold edges lower as investors play down U.S.-China tensions

Gold futures traded slightly lower Monday, losing ground as equities drifted into positive territory and investors appeared to play down U.S.-China tensions and a weekend of civil unrest in several U.S. cities. Gold for August delivery on Comex fell $6.50, or 0.4%, to $1,745.10 an ounce, while July silver was up 14.10 cents, or 0.8%, at $18.64 an ounce. Source : MarketWatch

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