DJIA
Last loading.. Chg. loading..
FTSE
Last loading.. Chg. loading..
NDXI
Last loading.. Chg. loading..
POPULAR NEWS
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,...

Strong U.S. Jobs Data Supports Dollar as Market Looks to U.S.-China Trade Deal

The dollar held firm on Monday after data showed surprise strength in the U.S. jobs market, but the currency was restrained from moving higher by worries about an escalation in the U.S.-China trade war. The dollar index stood almost flat at 97.704 in early Asian trade on Monday, after rising 0.3% on Friday. The euro traded at $1.10575 , after hitting a one-week low of $1.10395 on Friday. The dollar changed hands at 108.57 yen . It had lifted to 108.92 yen on the U.S. jobs data before losing...

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...

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...

Oil Steady as Stockpile Drop Forecast Weighed Against Trade War

Oil was little changed as investors weighed an expected drop in American crude stockpiles against the possibility of the U.S. imposing extra tariffs on a new $160 billion swath of Chinese goods this Sunday. West Texas Intermediate for January delivery was down 13 cents to $58.89/bbl on the New York Mercantile Exchange as of 7:45am Singapore time. Brent futures for February settlement closed 14 cents lower at $64.25/bbl on London's ICE Futures Europe Exchange on Monday. The global...

Dow Closes Down 250 points, Posts Worst Performance in Six Weeks as Manufacturing, Trade Concerns Weigh
Tuesday, 3 December 2019 04:12 WIB | MARKET UPDATE |SahamASS & P 500DOW JONES

U.S. stocks posted their worst single-day performance since mid-October on Monday, after a worse-than-expected report on the U.S. manufacturing sector and concerns about U.S. trade relations weighed on investor sentiment.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 263 points, or 0.9% to about 27,787 and the S&P 500 index closed roughly 27 points lower, or 0.9% to 3,114, according to preliminary figures. The Nasdaq Composite index retreated 97 points, or 1.1%, to end the session around 8,567.

The Institute for Supply Management's purchasing managers index for the U.S. manufacturing sector came in at 48.1% for November, below economists forecasts of a 49.2% reading, according to a MarketWatch poll and below the 48.3% reading from October. Any reading below 50% indicates worsening conditions. The report reflected ongoing weakness in the manufacturing sector that analysts have blamed on tit-for-tat tariff increases between the U.S. and China over the past several quarters. The data were released amid ongoing negotiations for a "phase-one" trade deal that promises to create more certainty over trade policy going forward, but recent news reports have suggested that the talks could bleed into next year. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Monday that President Trump is prepared to levy more duties on Chinese goods in the absence of a trade deal, with 15% tariffs on $160 billion in imports set to be implemented on Dec. 15.

Source : Marketwatch

RELATED NEWS
European stocks close lower after report of delay to US-China tariffs...
Wednesday, 11 December 2019 00:12 WIB

European stocks ended the session lower on Tuesday after a report that the U.S. will delay implementing the additional tariffs on Chinese goods scheduled for December 15. The pan-European Stoxx 600 w...

Stock-market gains as investors weigh state of U.S-China trade talks...
Tuesday, 10 December 2019 23:49 WIB

U.S. stocks bounced around Tuesday morning, but were attempting to hold on to gains, as Wall Street weighed U.S-China trade negotiations, following a report that the White House will delay the impleme...

U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Investors Eye Report of December Tariff Delay...
Tuesday, 10 December 2019 21:43 WIB

U.S. stocks opened slightly lower on Tuesday even after news reports indicated both Washington and Beijing were preparing to delay tariffs due to kick in on Dec. 15. Stock-market futures were trading...

US Stock Futures Turn Sharply Lower...
Tuesday, 10 December 2019 18:30 WIB

U.S. stock index futures turned sharply lower Tuesday morning. Around 6:10 a.m. ET, Dow futures indicated a negative open of more than 110 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both slightly...

Hong Kong Stocks Finish In The Red...
Tuesday, 10 December 2019 15:27 WIB

Hong Kong stocks closed Tuesday with fresh losses as traders grow increasingly wary about the lack of news on the China-US tariffs talks with a deadline for fresh measures against Beijing just days aw...

POPULAR NEWS
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,...

Strong U.S. Jobs Data Supports Dollar as Market Looks to U.S.-China Trade Deal

The dollar held firm on Monday after data showed surprise strength in the U.S. jobs market, but the currency was restrained from moving higher by worries about an escalation in the U.S.-China trade war. The dollar index stood almost flat at 97.704 in early Asian trade on Monday, after rising 0.3% on Friday. The euro traded at $1.10575 , after hitting a one-week low of $1.10395 on Friday. The dollar changed hands at 108.57 yen . It had lifted to 108.92 yen on the U.S. jobs data before losing...

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...

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...

Oil Steady as Stockpile Drop Forecast Weighed Against Trade War

Oil was little changed as investors weighed an expected drop in American crude stockpiles against the possibility of the U.S. imposing extra tariffs on a new $160 billion swath of Chinese goods this Sunday. West Texas Intermediate for January delivery was down 13 cents to $58.89/bbl on the New York Mercantile Exchange as of 7:45am Singapore time. Brent futures for February settlement closed 14 cents lower at $64.25/bbl on London's ICE Futures Europe Exchange on Monday. The global...

DISCLAIMER

Seluruh materi atau konten yang tersaji di dalam website ini hanya bersifat informatif saja, dan tidak dimaksudkan sebagai pegangan serta keputusan dalam investasi atau jenis transaksi lainnya. Kami tidak bertanggung jawab atas segala akibat yang timbul dari penyajian konten tersebut. Semua pihak yang mengunjungi website ini harus membaca Terms of Service (Syarat dan Ketentuan Layanan) terlebih dahulu dan dihimbau untuk melakukan analisis secara independen serta memperoleh saran dari para ahli dibidangnya.