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Gold futures finish higher, near 1-week high

Gold futures moved higher on Monday, building on last week's climb to mark their highest finish in almost a week. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index was down 0.4% in Monday dealings, providing a boost to dollar-denominated gold prices.  August gold rose $3.50, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,793.50 an ounce. That was the highest settlement since June 30, when prices ended above $1,800 for the first time since September 2011. Source: Marketwatch

Gold futures log highest finish since September 2011

Gold futures marked their highest finish in nearly nine years, after climbing to nearly $1,810 an ounce during Tuesday's session. Prices had seen a "routine downside correction following recent gains" in early Tuesday action, that was "once again seen as a value-buying opportunity in the yellow metal, on strong notions more price appreciation lies ahead," said Jim Wyckoff, senior analyst at Kitco.com, in a market update. August gold rose $16.40, or 0.9%, to settle at $1,809.90 an ounce. That...

Gold Ticks Up on Concerns Over Increase in Virus Cases

Gold climbed as investors sought haven assets amid the rise in coronavirus cases, with the World Health Organization reporting a one-day high in global infections over the weekend. U.S. virus cases increased 2%, more than the seven-day average, according to an updated Johns Hopkins University count, while global cases topped 11.3 million. Mexico overtook France with the fifth-deadliest outbreak. Spot gold +0.2% to $1,776.01/oz at 8:10am in Singapore. Last week,...

Gold Rises Back Near $1,800 as U.S. Dollar Softens to Start July's First Full Week

Gold futures headed higher early Monday, supported in part by a weakening U.S. dollar, which was providing a runway for the commodity even as global stocks rallied. The U.S. dollar was off 0.5%, as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar Index, a gauge of the buck against a half-dozen currencies. A weaker U.S. dollar can make assets priced in the currency more attractive to buyers using other monetary units. Against that backdrop, August gold rose $4.30, or 0.2%, at $1,794.50 an ounce, after the...

Gold Ticks Up on Concerns Over Increase in Virus Cases

Gold climbed as investors sought haven assets amid the rise in coronavirus cases, with the World Health Organization reporting a one-day high in global infections over the weekend. U.S. virus cases increased 2%, more than the seven-day average, according to an updated Johns Hopkins University count, while global cases topped 11.4 million. Mexico overtook France with the fifth-deadliest outbreak, while India™s coronavirus epidemic became the third...

Japan, US Say 3-Way Ties with S. Korea Are Key to Security
Wednesday, 13 November 2019 17:48 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

The chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, agreed with Japanese officials Tuesday that three-way cooperation with South Korea is key to regional security and that an intelligence sharing pact between Tokyo and Seoul should not be scrapped.

Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said he told Milley that discord among the three countries would only destabilize the region and benefit North Korea, China and Russia.

œWe shared a view that Japan-U.S.-South Korea cooperation is more important now than ever, as we discussed the latest situation related to North Korea, including the North's latest launch of ballistic missiles, Motegi said.

He and Milley also agreed on the importance of the Japan-South Korea intelligence sharing pact. Motegi added that Milley promised to convey that message to South Korea during his upcoming visit there.

South Korea has announced plans to scrap the General Security of Military Information Agreement, or GSOMIA, amid disputes with Japan over trade and wartime history.

The deal, which is set to expire later this month, symbolizes the Asian neighbors' security cooperation with Washington in the face of North Korea's nuclear and missile threat and China's growing influence.

U.S. President Donald Trump's administration has been exerting last-minute pressure on Japan and South Korea to keep the deal.

Milley also met with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Defense Minister Taro Kono, according to the Foreign Ministry and news reports.

Source : VOA

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Gold futures finish higher, near 1-week high

Gold futures moved higher on Monday, building on last week's climb to mark their highest finish in almost a week. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index was down 0.4% in Monday dealings, providing a boost to dollar-denominated gold prices.  August gold rose $3.50, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,793.50 an ounce. That was the highest settlement since June 30, when prices ended above $1,800 for the first time since September 2011. Source: Marketwatch

Gold futures log highest finish since September 2011

Gold futures marked their highest finish in nearly nine years, after climbing to nearly $1,810 an ounce during Tuesday's session. Prices had seen a "routine downside correction following recent gains" in early Tuesday action, that was "once again seen as a value-buying opportunity in the yellow metal, on strong notions more price appreciation lies ahead," said Jim Wyckoff, senior analyst at Kitco.com, in a market update. August gold rose $16.40, or 0.9%, to settle at $1,809.90 an ounce. That...

Gold Ticks Up on Concerns Over Increase in Virus Cases

Gold climbed as investors sought haven assets amid the rise in coronavirus cases, with the World Health Organization reporting a one-day high in global infections over the weekend. U.S. virus cases increased 2%, more than the seven-day average, according to an updated Johns Hopkins University count, while global cases topped 11.3 million. Mexico overtook France with the fifth-deadliest outbreak. Spot gold +0.2% to $1,776.01/oz at 8:10am in Singapore. Last week,...

Gold Rises Back Near $1,800 as U.S. Dollar Softens to Start July's First Full Week

Gold futures headed higher early Monday, supported in part by a weakening U.S. dollar, which was providing a runway for the commodity even as global stocks rallied. The U.S. dollar was off 0.5%, as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar Index, a gauge of the buck against a half-dozen currencies. A weaker U.S. dollar can make assets priced in the currency more attractive to buyers using other monetary units. Against that backdrop, August gold rose $4.30, or 0.2%, at $1,794.50 an ounce, after the...

Gold Ticks Up on Concerns Over Increase in Virus Cases

Gold climbed as investors sought haven assets amid the rise in coronavirus cases, with the World Health Organization reporting a one-day high in global infections over the weekend. U.S. virus cases increased 2%, more than the seven-day average, according to an updated Johns Hopkins University count, while global cases topped 11.4 million. Mexico overtook France with the fifth-deadliest outbreak, while India™s coronavirus epidemic became the third...

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