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Gold prices slip, head for narrow weekly drop; Surging silver futures retreat

Gold futures traded lower for a second consecutive session Friday, headed toward a weekly decline of roughly 0.4%, as a strengthening dollar and rising Treasury yields, weighed on the metals complex. In early action, June gold was $4.50, or 0.3%, lower at $1,344.30 an ounce, threatening its first back-to-back decline since the two-session drop ended March 28. Though the commodity has mostly traded in a narrow range, the contract is now down some 1% since hitting a 2 ½-month high of $1,360 as...

Gold Headed for Weekly Decline; Palladium Rally Thaws

Gold drops for second day and heads for first weekly decline in three as bond yields rise and dollar firms amid signs of easing political tensions between the U.S and Russia. Palladium prices pull back. Bullion for immediate delivery -0.4 at $1,340.38/oz at 10:49am in London: Bloomberg generic pricing; -0.4% this week. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index +0.3%; +0.7% this week In other precious metals : Silver -0.9% to $17.0877/oz; +2.6% this week, Platinum -0.6% at...

U.S. stock futures slip lower, with GE earnings on deck

U.S. stocks looked set for a fall at the open Friday, but were heading for a weekly win, as investors focused on what the next batch of earnings reports could bring. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures fell 69 points, or 0.3%, to 24,568, while S&P 500 futures shed 5.4 points, or 0.2%, to 2,687.75. Nasdaq-100 futures were 27.50 points lower at 6,753.50, down 0.4%. Declines in the consumer staples, real estate and technology groups dragged stocks lower Thursday. The Dow closed 0.3% lower...

Oil moves lower after Trump blames OPEC for 'artificially high' prices

Oil gave up early gains Friday to trade lower after U.S. President Donald Trump took to Twitter to blame OPEC for "artificially high" prices. Trump said the situation was "No good and will not be accepted!" The May contract for West Texas Intermediate crude fell 61 cents, or 0.9%, to $67.68 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The U.S. benchmark hit a 3 ½-year high earlier this week and remains on track for a 0.4% weekly rise. June WTI crude which becomes the front-month contract...

Oil Erases Gains After Trump Slams OPEC for Inflating Prices

Oil fell in New York after U.S. President Donald Trumpcriticized OPEC and said crude prices are "artificially Very High." The comments came as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting countries and allies including Russia showed willingness to further tighten oil markets and boost prices. Oil has rallied in recent weeks as output cuts from OPEC and its allies were compounded by heightened geopolitical risks, including the possibility of renewed U.S. sanctions on Iran....

China Stock Indexes Cap Biggest Monthly Gain Since December 2012
Thursday, 31 July 2014 15:46 WIB | MARKET UPDATE |Saham China

China’s stocks rose's, sending benchmark indexes to their largest monthly gain since December 2012, amid optimism government stimulus will boost economic growth.

Jiangxi Copper Co., the nation’s biggest producer of the metal, jumped 2.9 percent for a 15 percent gain this month. Poly Real Estate Group Co., the second-largest developer, added 2 percent, extending the July rally to 21 percent. Gauges of material and property stocks were the best performers in Shanghai this month, climbing 12 percent. Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd. surged 44 percent on its first day of trading.

The Shanghai Composite Index (SHCOMP) rose 0.9 percent to 2,201.56 at the close, the highest level since Dec. 12. The measure rallied 7.5 percent this month amid signs of monetary easing, along with accelerated government spending and gains in manufacturing industries. A report tomorrow will probably show a factory gauge rose to an eight-month high in July, according to economists polled by Bloomberg.

The CSI 300 Index advanced 1.2 percent for a July gain of 8.6 percent. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, or H-shares gauge, added 0.2 percent, extending a rebound since a March low to 21 percent. The Bloomberg index of the most-traded Chinese shares in the U.S. fell 0.1 percent yesterday.

Source: Bloomberg

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Gold prices slip, head for narrow weekly drop; Surging silver futures retreat

Gold futures traded lower for a second consecutive session Friday, headed toward a weekly decline of roughly 0.4%, as a strengthening dollar and rising Treasury yields, weighed on the metals complex. In early action, June gold was $4.50, or 0.3%, lower at $1,344.30 an ounce, threatening its first back-to-back decline since the two-session drop ended March 28. Though the commodity has mostly traded in a narrow range, the contract is now down some 1% since hitting a 2 ½-month high of $1,360 as...

Gold Headed for Weekly Decline; Palladium Rally Thaws

Gold drops for second day and heads for first weekly decline in three as bond yields rise and dollar firms amid signs of easing political tensions between the U.S and Russia. Palladium prices pull back. Bullion for immediate delivery -0.4 at $1,340.38/oz at 10:49am in London: Bloomberg generic pricing; -0.4% this week. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index +0.3%; +0.7% this week In other precious metals : Silver -0.9% to $17.0877/oz; +2.6% this week, Platinum -0.6% at...

U.S. stock futures slip lower, with GE earnings on deck

U.S. stocks looked set for a fall at the open Friday, but were heading for a weekly win, as investors focused on what the next batch of earnings reports could bring. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures fell 69 points, or 0.3%, to 24,568, while S&P 500 futures shed 5.4 points, or 0.2%, to 2,687.75. Nasdaq-100 futures were 27.50 points lower at 6,753.50, down 0.4%. Declines in the consumer staples, real estate and technology groups dragged stocks lower Thursday. The Dow closed 0.3% lower...

Oil moves lower after Trump blames OPEC for 'artificially high' prices

Oil gave up early gains Friday to trade lower after U.S. President Donald Trump took to Twitter to blame OPEC for "artificially high" prices. Trump said the situation was "No good and will not be accepted!" The May contract for West Texas Intermediate crude fell 61 cents, or 0.9%, to $67.68 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The U.S. benchmark hit a 3 ½-year high earlier this week and remains on track for a 0.4% weekly rise. June WTI crude which becomes the front-month contract...

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