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Hong Kong Stocks Close Flat, Ending Tough Week

Hong Kong shares finished barely moved Friday, bringing an end to a tumultuous week that has seen the city crippled by violent protests, which show no sign of abating. The Hang Seng Index inched up 2.97 points to 26,326.66. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.64 percent, or 18.53 points, to 2,891.34 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, dived 1.13 percent, or 18.43 points, to 1,605.70. Source : AFP

Dollar Flat After Powell Plays Down Further Cuts

The dollar was mostly flat in early trade in Europe on Friday amid a lull in news ahead of more U.S. economic data later in the day. The greenback is on course for a modest loss of around 0.2% this week, drifting as the world waits for China and the U.S. tie up an elusive trade truce. The threat of a Chinese crackdown on unrest in Hong Kong is also keeping markets on edge. President Xi Jinping urged the city™s chief executive Carrie Lam to clamp down on protests on late on Thursday, urging...

Gold futures fall for the session, gain 0.4% for the week

Gold futures declined on Friday, as optimism that phase one of a U.S.-China trade deal will soon be reached, and strength in the U.S. stock market dulled haven demand for the metal. For the week, however, gold tacked on 0.4%. "Despite this recent bout of counterintuitive losses, gold looks strong both technically and, more importantly, from a fundamental point of view," said Mark O'Byrne, research director at GoldCore. "From a technical point of view, gold looks very bullish with a series of...

Gold Edges Lower as Trade Deal Hopes Dent Haven Appeal

Gold futures trade lower Friday, halting a rebound after upbeat comments on the outlook for a œphase one trade deal between the U.S. and China robbed the metal of its haven appeal. Gold for December delivery on Comex was off $5.30, or 0.4%, at $1,468.10 an ounce, while December silver declined 14.3 cents, or 0.8%, to $16.885 an ounce. Analysts tied weakness to remarks by White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow late Thursday, which stoked optimism for a deal without providing much in...

North Korea Says US Offered to Resume Nuke Talks in December

North Korea on Thursday said the United States has proposed a resumption of stalled nuclear negotiations in December as they approach an end-of-year deadline set by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for the Trump administration to offer an acceptable deal to salvage the talks. In a statement released by state media, North Korean negotiator Kim Myong Gil didn't clearly say whether the North would accept the supposed U.S. offer. He said North Korea has no interest in talks if they are aimed at...

U.S. Second-Quarter Growth Revised Down to 2% Pace From 2.1%
Thursday, 29 August 2019 19:44 WIB | ECONOMY |Ekonomi ASGDP AS

U.S. economic growth decelerated in the second quarter by more than initially reported, with stronger consumer spending offset by weaker readings across other categories that suggest President Donald Trump's trade actions are weighing more heavily on the pace of expansion.

Inflation-adjusted gross domestic product grew at a 2% annualized rate, according to Commerce Department data Thursday that matched analyst estimates and compared with an initially reported 2.1%. Consumer spending, which makes up about two-thirds of the economy, grew 4.7%, topping all forecasts with the biggest gain since 2014.

The downward revision to GDP reflected lower estimates for exports, inventories, residential investment and state and local government spending.

The report signals Trump's 3% annual growth goal may be even more out of reach as the world's largest economy faces complications from his tariffs on Chinese goods, which may further weigh on the outlook with levies set to increase Sept. 1. Investors have sent bond yields plummeting while economists project weaker growth in the second half and have boosted odds that the record-long expansion will end in the next 12 months. 

Source : Bloomberg

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Hong Kong Stocks Close Flat, Ending Tough Week

Hong Kong shares finished barely moved Friday, bringing an end to a tumultuous week that has seen the city crippled by violent protests, which show no sign of abating. The Hang Seng Index inched up 2.97 points to 26,326.66. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.64 percent, or 18.53 points, to 2,891.34 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, dived 1.13 percent, or 18.43 points, to 1,605.70. Source : AFP

Dollar Flat After Powell Plays Down Further Cuts

The dollar was mostly flat in early trade in Europe on Friday amid a lull in news ahead of more U.S. economic data later in the day. The greenback is on course for a modest loss of around 0.2% this week, drifting as the world waits for China and the U.S. tie up an elusive trade truce. The threat of a Chinese crackdown on unrest in Hong Kong is also keeping markets on edge. President Xi Jinping urged the city™s chief executive Carrie Lam to clamp down on protests on late on Thursday, urging...

Gold futures fall for the session, gain 0.4% for the week

Gold futures declined on Friday, as optimism that phase one of a U.S.-China trade deal will soon be reached, and strength in the U.S. stock market dulled haven demand for the metal. For the week, however, gold tacked on 0.4%. "Despite this recent bout of counterintuitive losses, gold looks strong both technically and, more importantly, from a fundamental point of view," said Mark O'Byrne, research director at GoldCore. "From a technical point of view, gold looks very bullish with a series of...

Gold Edges Lower as Trade Deal Hopes Dent Haven Appeal

Gold futures trade lower Friday, halting a rebound after upbeat comments on the outlook for a œphase one trade deal between the U.S. and China robbed the metal of its haven appeal. Gold for December delivery on Comex was off $5.30, or 0.4%, at $1,468.10 an ounce, while December silver declined 14.3 cents, or 0.8%, to $16.885 an ounce. Analysts tied weakness to remarks by White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow late Thursday, which stoked optimism for a deal without providing much in...

North Korea Says US Offered to Resume Nuke Talks in December

North Korea on Thursday said the United States has proposed a resumption of stalled nuclear negotiations in December as they approach an end-of-year deadline set by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for the Trump administration to offer an acceptable deal to salvage the talks. In a statement released by state media, North Korean negotiator Kim Myong Gil didn't clearly say whether the North would accept the supposed U.S. offer. He said North Korea has no interest in talks if they are aimed at...

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