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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 futures up a fourth straight session to mark another finish at the highest since 2011

Gold futures climbed for a fourth straight session on Wednesday to mark another finish at their highest since September 2011. The move for gold above $1,800 is not surprising given "so many positive price drivers in its favor, with the key player being negative real rates," said Peter Spina, president and chief executive officer at GoldSeek.com. He does not expect to see a meaningful pullback in gold until it breaks past $2,000. On Wednesday, August gold rose $10.70, or 0.6%, to settle at...

Oil moves lower as Covid-19 cases spark demand fears

Oil prices fell on Tuesday amid concerns that a surge in new coronavirus cases, especially in the United States, will hamper any recovery in fuel demand. Brent crude futures declined by 24 cents, or 0.56%, to $42.86. West Texas Intermediate crude futures fell 1 cent, or 0.02%, to settle at $40.62 per barrel. œOil prices are lower today on concerns that the surge in coronavirus cases in the U.S. will limit a recovery in fuel demand, RBC said. Sixteen U.S. states have reported record...

Oil rises on improving U.S. gasoline demand

Oil prices edged up on Wednesday on signs of a recovery in gasoline consumption in the United States, but rising U.S. crude inventories and an increase in coronavirus infections limited gains. Brent crude futures rose 25 cents to $43.37 a barrel. West Texas Intermediate crude futures settled 28 cents, or 0.69%, higher at $40.90 per barrel. Both benchmarks were on track for a fourth session of daily percentage changes of less 1% in either direction, shrugging off news that OPEC member Libya...

Wall Street ends lower after strong recent rally as COVID cases mount

U.S. stocks eased on Tuesday as investors took profits a day after the S&P 500 logged its longest streak of gains this year and as new U.S. coronavirus cases rose further. Large parts of the United States reported tens of thousands of new coronavirus infections. New York expanded its travel quarantine for visitors from three more states, while Florida™s greater Miami area rolled back its reopening. Unofficially, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 396.5 points, or 1.51%, to...

Russia's Latest 'Foreign Agents' Law Seen as Further Stifling Free Speech
Wednesday, 4 December 2019 00:14 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a bill Monday that amends an existing law on media outlets deemed "foreign agents" that critics say is used to muzzle dissent, limit news plurality, and discourage the free exchange of ideas.

The new law gives the authorities the power to label reporters who work for organizations officially listed as "foreign agents" as foreign agents themselves.

The label will be applied to individuals who collaborate with foreign media outlets and receive financial or other material support from them.

Should anything a foreign media outlet publish violate Russian regulations, "the new norms allow the Russian government to block the websites of foreign agents or legal entities established by them," TASS reported.

Russia passed the original "foreign agent" law - which requires all NGOs receiving foreign funding to register - in 2012 following the biggest wave of anti-government protests since Putin came to power. Putin blamed Western influence and money for those protests.

Critics of the law say it stigmatizes organizations with the designation and would do the same to journalists if they are labeled as foreign agents.

Source : VOA

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POPULAR NEWS
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 futures up a fourth straight session to mark another finish at the highest since 2011

Gold futures climbed for a fourth straight session on Wednesday to mark another finish at their highest since September 2011. The move for gold above $1,800 is not surprising given "so many positive price drivers in its favor, with the key player being negative real rates," said Peter Spina, president and chief executive officer at GoldSeek.com. He does not expect to see a meaningful pullback in gold until it breaks past $2,000. On Wednesday, August gold rose $10.70, or 0.6%, to settle at...

Oil moves lower as Covid-19 cases spark demand fears

Oil prices fell on Tuesday amid concerns that a surge in new coronavirus cases, especially in the United States, will hamper any recovery in fuel demand. Brent crude futures declined by 24 cents, or 0.56%, to $42.86. West Texas Intermediate crude futures fell 1 cent, or 0.02%, to settle at $40.62 per barrel. œOil prices are lower today on concerns that the surge in coronavirus cases in the U.S. will limit a recovery in fuel demand, RBC said. Sixteen U.S. states have reported record...

Oil rises on improving U.S. gasoline demand

Oil prices edged up on Wednesday on signs of a recovery in gasoline consumption in the United States, but rising U.S. crude inventories and an increase in coronavirus infections limited gains. Brent crude futures rose 25 cents to $43.37 a barrel. West Texas Intermediate crude futures settled 28 cents, or 0.69%, higher at $40.90 per barrel. Both benchmarks were on track for a fourth session of daily percentage changes of less 1% in either direction, shrugging off news that OPEC member Libya...

Wall Street ends lower after strong recent rally as COVID cases mount

U.S. stocks eased on Tuesday as investors took profits a day after the S&P 500 logged its longest streak of gains this year and as new U.S. coronavirus cases rose further. Large parts of the United States reported tens of thousands of new coronavirus infections. New York expanded its travel quarantine for visitors from three more states, while Florida™s greater Miami area rolled back its reopening. Unofficially, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 396.5 points, or 1.51%, to...

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