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Gold prices end higher for first time in 3 sessions

Gold rose on Tuesday, with prices finding support after posting two consecutive sessions of losses. Traders eyed the potential for a U.S.-China trade deal and awaited the outcome of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting, which ends Wednesday. February gold lost $3.20, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,468.10 an ounce. Source: marketwatch

Gold prices slip a bit ahead of Fed meeting this week

Gold futures settled at a slight loss on Monday, finding little reason to move in either direction ahead of a mid-week policy update from the Federal Reserve and a U.K. general election that could roil markets. February gold on Comex lost 20 cents, or 0.01%, to settle at $1,464.90 an ounce, after declining 0.5% last week. March silver meanwhile, added 4.6 cents, or 0.3%, at $16.642 an ounce, following a weekly decline of 3%, according to FactSet data. Among other metals traded on Comex,...

Dollar Steadies as Investors Brace for Key Risk Events

The dollar and yen held the safe-haven high ground on Tuesday, with investors on edge ahead of a looming tariff deadline, the UK election and upcoming central bank meetings in Europe and the United States. Front of mind is whether Washington will go ahead with a fresh round of tariffs on Sunday, or whether a deal with China can be reached before then. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Friday that the Dec. 15 deadline is still in place, but Bloomberg reported Agriculture...

Oil rises but US-China trade war weighs on demand outlook

Oil prices inched up on Tuesday as OPEC™s deal with associated producers last week to deepen output cuts in 2020 continued to provide a floor for prices, but U.S.-China trade tensions clouded the demand outlook. Brent crude was up 7 cents to $64.32 a barrel, and West Texas Intermediate oil settled up 22 cents at $59.24 a barrel. The benchmarks fell 0.2% and 0.3% respectively on Monday. Last week, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and associated producers like Russia...

Gold Prices Step Higher as Ahead of Fed Meeting, Buoyed by Weaker Buck

Gold futures headed higher Friday morning as weakness in the U.S. dollar helped to prop up the yellow metal ahead of a policy update from the Federal Reserve due in the middle of the week and a U.K. general election that could roil markets. February gold on Comex picked up $3.70, or 0.3%, to trade at $1,468.90 an ounce, after declining 0.5% last week. March silver meanwhile, added 8 cents, or 0.5%, at $16.680 an ounce, following a weekly decline of 3%, according to FactSet data. On Monday...

Hong Kong Police storm University held by protesters
Monday, 18 November 2019 10:52 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

Hundreds of Hong Kong student protesters who had barricaded themselves at a university attempted to flee the besieged campus early Monday, after an overnight standoff.

As the students made what appeared appeared to be a concerted effort to leave the campus of Hong Kong Polytechnic University, they were chased by police who fired tear gas. VOA saw police arrest dozens of students, who were detained with plastic wire ties around their wrists. Some were marched in front of reporters as they were taken away.

Earlier police said they were arresting students on riot related charges.

It's not clear how many students remain on campus or how many have been arrested. The number of casualties also isn't clear. Police overnight had warned they would use lethal force if they continued to be attacked.

Student protesters in Hong Kong engaged in fierce clashes with police at a university campus early Monday in what appeared to be some of the worst violence since anti-government protests began five months ago.

Police advanced in waves throughout the night, firing tear gas and water cannons, as protesters lobbed petrol bombs and other weapons. At one point, an armored police vehicle appeared to be completely on fire.

Police eventually surrounded the campus and gave several deadlines for the protesters to exit the campus. Just after midnight local time, police warned they may use live rounds on protesters if they kept attacking the police.

There were no immediate reports of deaths. A group of international journalists, including some from VOA, stayed behind on the campus, with many vowing to stay until the situation was resolved.

Source : VOA

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold prices end higher for first time in 3 sessions

Gold rose on Tuesday, with prices finding support after posting two consecutive sessions of losses. Traders eyed the potential for a U.S.-China trade deal and awaited the outcome of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting, which ends Wednesday. February gold lost $3.20, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,468.10 an ounce. Source: marketwatch

Gold prices slip a bit ahead of Fed meeting this week

Gold futures settled at a slight loss on Monday, finding little reason to move in either direction ahead of a mid-week policy update from the Federal Reserve and a U.K. general election that could roil markets. February gold on Comex lost 20 cents, or 0.01%, to settle at $1,464.90 an ounce, after declining 0.5% last week. March silver meanwhile, added 4.6 cents, or 0.3%, at $16.642 an ounce, following a weekly decline of 3%, according to FactSet data. Among other metals traded on Comex,...

Dollar Steadies as Investors Brace for Key Risk Events

The dollar and yen held the safe-haven high ground on Tuesday, with investors on edge ahead of a looming tariff deadline, the UK election and upcoming central bank meetings in Europe and the United States. Front of mind is whether Washington will go ahead with a fresh round of tariffs on Sunday, or whether a deal with China can be reached before then. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Friday that the Dec. 15 deadline is still in place, but Bloomberg reported Agriculture...

Oil rises but US-China trade war weighs on demand outlook

Oil prices inched up on Tuesday as OPEC™s deal with associated producers last week to deepen output cuts in 2020 continued to provide a floor for prices, but U.S.-China trade tensions clouded the demand outlook. Brent crude was up 7 cents to $64.32 a barrel, and West Texas Intermediate oil settled up 22 cents at $59.24 a barrel. The benchmarks fell 0.2% and 0.3% respectively on Monday. Last week, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and associated producers like Russia...

Gold Prices Step Higher as Ahead of Fed Meeting, Buoyed by Weaker Buck

Gold futures headed higher Friday morning as weakness in the U.S. dollar helped to prop up the yellow metal ahead of a policy update from the Federal Reserve due in the middle of the week and a U.K. general election that could roil markets. February gold on Comex picked up $3.70, or 0.3%, to trade at $1,468.90 an ounce, after declining 0.5% last week. March silver meanwhile, added 8 cents, or 0.5%, at $16.680 an ounce, following a weekly decline of 3%, according to FactSet data. On Monday...

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