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Gold prices firm as dollar eases on grim U.S. retail sales

Gold prices firmed on Friday as the dollar weakened slightly after disappointing U.S. data indicated slowing economic momentum, supporting the U.S. Federal Reserve's 'patient' monetary policy approach. Spot gold was little changed at $1,312.82 per ounce at 0009 GMT. It rose 0.5 percent in the previous session in its biggest intraday gain since Jan. 30. U.S. gold futures were up 0.1 percent at $1,315 an ounce. U.S. retail sales recorded their biggest drop in more than nine years in December...

Gold Jumps on Reports of Sino-U.S. Trade-Talk Progress, Set For Slight Weekly Gain

Gold futures on Friday climbed firmly, as progress in trade talks in the final day of this week™s round of U.S.-China trade negotiations were seen as bullish for the yellow metal, overshadowing a firmer dollar and a pick up in global equity markets. April gold gained $7.80, or 0.6%, to reach $1,321.70 an ounce, after edging less than 0.1% lower in the session before. Friday™s early gains erased a loss for the 5-day stretch, putting bullion on track to log a 0.2% weekly return, based on...

Gold Holds February Range Awaiting Fresh Catalysts

Gold edged higher to head for a weekly gain, but remains within its narrow range so far this month as investors await fresh developments in U.S.-China trade talks. Spot gold +0.3% at $1,317.03/oz at 10:37am in London. +0.2% this week, the smallest weekly change since November. Metal has traded between $1,302.48/oz and $1,323.56 this month. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin sounded a positive note on Friday as U.S.-China trade talks drew to a close in Beijing, as both sides tried to reach a...

Gold Futures Climb For The Session to Post a Gain For The Week

Gold futures finished at a two-week high on Friday to post a modest gain for the week as progress in trade talks between the U.S. and China was seen as bullish for the metal. China is one of the world's biggest buyers of gold. April gold settled at $1,322.10 an ounce, up $8.20, or 0.6% for the session. For the week, prices based on the most-active contract rose 0.3%. Source : Marketwatch

Nikkei slides as weak U.S. retail sales sour risk appetite

Japan™s Nikkei fell on Friday as bleak U.S. retail sales data dampened investor risk appetite and dragged down the broader market, with exporters and financial firms underperforming. The Nikkei share average dropped 1.2 percent to 20,886.27 at the midday break, retreating from a two-month high of 21,235.62 hit on Thursday. For the week, the index has risen 2.7 percent so far. Overall sentiment was hurt by a report from the U.S. Commerce Department showing retail sales in December suffered...

Draghi Says Economy Weaker Than Expected Amid Global Uncertainty
Tuesday, 15 January 2019 23:46 WIB | FISCAL & MONETARY |

Soft economic data underline the continued need for European Central Bank stimulus, according to President Mario Draghi.

œRecent economic developments have been weaker than expected and uncertainties, notably related to global factors, remain prominent, Draghi told members of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. œA significant amount of monetary-policy stimulus is still needed to support the further build-up of domestic price pressures and headline inflation developments over the medium term.

The euro fell after the speech was published and was down 0.6 percent at 5:35 p.m. in Frankfurt, trading at $1.1397.

The ECB president made his first public appearances of the year on Tuesday after a report showed that while Germany narrowly dodged a recession in late 2018, annual growth in Europe™s largest economy slowed to the weakest in five years. Earlier in the day, Draghi marked the 20th anniversary of the euro with a call for more reforms. He will speak again later this evening.

A spate of weak data from across the 19-nation euro area in recent weeks has led investors to question whether the ECB will be able to start raising interest rates this year after it halted its bond-buying program at the end of December. The Governing Council holds its next policy meeting on Jan. 24.

œA well-equipped toolbox, comprising both standard and non-standard instruments, has proven indispensable in conditions where monetary-policy transmission is impaired or where space for interest rate cuts is limited, Draghi said.

Source : Bloomberg

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold prices firm as dollar eases on grim U.S. retail sales

Gold prices firmed on Friday as the dollar weakened slightly after disappointing U.S. data indicated slowing economic momentum, supporting the U.S. Federal Reserve's 'patient' monetary policy approach. Spot gold was little changed at $1,312.82 per ounce at 0009 GMT. It rose 0.5 percent in the previous session in its biggest intraday gain since Jan. 30. U.S. gold futures were up 0.1 percent at $1,315 an ounce. U.S. retail sales recorded their biggest drop in more than nine years in December...

Gold Jumps on Reports of Sino-U.S. Trade-Talk Progress, Set For Slight Weekly Gain

Gold futures on Friday climbed firmly, as progress in trade talks in the final day of this week™s round of U.S.-China trade negotiations were seen as bullish for the yellow metal, overshadowing a firmer dollar and a pick up in global equity markets. April gold gained $7.80, or 0.6%, to reach $1,321.70 an ounce, after edging less than 0.1% lower in the session before. Friday™s early gains erased a loss for the 5-day stretch, putting bullion on track to log a 0.2% weekly return, based on...

Gold Holds February Range Awaiting Fresh Catalysts

Gold edged higher to head for a weekly gain, but remains within its narrow range so far this month as investors await fresh developments in U.S.-China trade talks. Spot gold +0.3% at $1,317.03/oz at 10:37am in London. +0.2% this week, the smallest weekly change since November. Metal has traded between $1,302.48/oz and $1,323.56 this month. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin sounded a positive note on Friday as U.S.-China trade talks drew to a close in Beijing, as both sides tried to reach a...

Gold Futures Climb For The Session to Post a Gain For The Week

Gold futures finished at a two-week high on Friday to post a modest gain for the week as progress in trade talks between the U.S. and China was seen as bullish for the metal. China is one of the world's biggest buyers of gold. April gold settled at $1,322.10 an ounce, up $8.20, or 0.6% for the session. For the week, prices based on the most-active contract rose 0.3%. Source : Marketwatch

Nikkei slides as weak U.S. retail sales sour risk appetite

Japan™s Nikkei fell on Friday as bleak U.S. retail sales data dampened investor risk appetite and dragged down the broader market, with exporters and financial firms underperforming. The Nikkei share average dropped 1.2 percent to 20,886.27 at the midday break, retreating from a two-month high of 21,235.62 hit on Thursday. For the week, the index has risen 2.7 percent so far. Overall sentiment was hurt by a report from the U.S. Commerce Department showing retail sales in December suffered...

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