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Gold Futures Fall Sharply for The Session, Climb for The Month

Gold futures fell sharply on Tuesday, but scored a gain for month against a backdrop of ongoing worries about the spread of the coronavirus and overall losses in the stock market. June gold fell $46.60, or 2.8%, to settle at $1,596.60 an ounce. The contract, which is now the most active, was up 1.6% from its finish at $1,571.80 on Feb. 28, according to FactSet data. Source : Marketwatch

Gold Futures Settle Lower for a Second Session

Gold futures fell Monday for a second session, pressured as U.S. benchmark stock indexes climbed and the dollar strengthened. "Gold has been the answer to needed cash for the most part," said George Gero, managing director at RBC Wealth Management, following the record coronavirus-led retreat in the stock market. June gold fell $10.90, or 0.7%, to settle at $1,643.20 an ounce. The contract, which is now the most active, posted a loss of 0.4% on Friday. Source : Marketwatch

Gold Rose As Virus-Led Growth Fears Spur Safety Buying

Gold prices rose on Monday as investors sought safe havens amid fears over growing economic damage from the coronavirus after governments extended lockdowns to curtail its spread. Spot gold was up 0.3% at $1,621.89 an ounce. U.S. gold futures edged 0.1% higher to $1,625.70. Investors appetite for riskier assets remained weak as fears mounted that the global coronavirus shutdowns could last for months, sending European shares lower for a second straight session and oil prices to their weakest...

Gold Prices Slip After Big Weekly Gains

Gold prices slipped on Monday in Asia after recording their biggest weekly gains since 2008. Gold futures were down by 0.1% at $1,652.50 by 9:34 PM ET (2:34 GMT), after almost reaching the $1,700 mark last week amid fears about the economic impact damage from the pandemic. The Asian stock markets, which usually move in directions opposite to gold, also fell today. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to show no signs of abating as the World Health Organization said that there are now 638,146...

Gold Gains as Virus-Led Growth Fears Spur Safety Buying

Gold prices edged higher on Monday as investors sought safe havens, with fears about the economic damage from the coronavirus intensifying after governments extended lockdowns to curtail its spread. Spot gold was up 0.3% at $1,621.60 per ounce by 0941 GMT, while U.S. gold futures gained 0.3% to $1,629.30. Investors™ appetite for riskier assets remained weak as fears mounted that the global coronavirus shutdowns could last for months, sending European shares lower for a second straight...

Fed officials more upbeat about the economic outlook this year, minutes show
Thursday, 20 February 2020 02:35 WIB | FISCAL & MONETARY |Fiskal & Moneter

Federal Reserve officials and the central bank™s staff said the U.S. economy seemed stronger in late January than they had expected, according to minutes of their late-January meeting released Wednesday.

The risks to the outlook were more favorable than had appeared at their meeting in mid-December.

There were concerns expressed during their discussions about the threat of the coronavirus outbreak in China, and also of tensions in the Middle East.

The Fed staff™s projection for U.S. GDP growth was stronger at the January meeting than in the previous forecast. The staff also said that downside risks had diminished.

There was also some optimism about the outlook for inflation, which has lagged below the Fed™s 2% target.

Most Fed officials said they generally expected inflation to move closer to the central bank™s 2% target.

Despite the optimism, Fed officials were careful not to signal any change in interest rates.

The central bank cut rates three times last year and has signaled an on-hold policy stance, absent significant changes to the outlook.

In their discussion, Fed officials saw good reasons for leaving benchmark rates unchanged.

They discussed about how œmaintaining the current policy stance for a time could be helpful in supporting U.S. economic activity in the face of global developments that have been weighing on spending decisions, the minutes said.

The current degree of accommodation would also be useful in pushing inflation to the 2% target, officials said.

Source: Marketwatch

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold Futures Fall Sharply for The Session, Climb for The Month

Gold futures fell sharply on Tuesday, but scored a gain for month against a backdrop of ongoing worries about the spread of the coronavirus and overall losses in the stock market. June gold fell $46.60, or 2.8%, to settle at $1,596.60 an ounce. The contract, which is now the most active, was up 1.6% from its finish at $1,571.80 on Feb. 28, according to FactSet data. Source : Marketwatch

Gold Futures Settle Lower for a Second Session

Gold futures fell Monday for a second session, pressured as U.S. benchmark stock indexes climbed and the dollar strengthened. "Gold has been the answer to needed cash for the most part," said George Gero, managing director at RBC Wealth Management, following the record coronavirus-led retreat in the stock market. June gold fell $10.90, or 0.7%, to settle at $1,643.20 an ounce. The contract, which is now the most active, posted a loss of 0.4% on Friday. Source : Marketwatch

Gold Rose As Virus-Led Growth Fears Spur Safety Buying

Gold prices rose on Monday as investors sought safe havens amid fears over growing economic damage from the coronavirus after governments extended lockdowns to curtail its spread. Spot gold was up 0.3% at $1,621.89 an ounce. U.S. gold futures edged 0.1% higher to $1,625.70. Investors appetite for riskier assets remained weak as fears mounted that the global coronavirus shutdowns could last for months, sending European shares lower for a second straight session and oil prices to their weakest...

Gold Prices Slip After Big Weekly Gains

Gold prices slipped on Monday in Asia after recording their biggest weekly gains since 2008. Gold futures were down by 0.1% at $1,652.50 by 9:34 PM ET (2:34 GMT), after almost reaching the $1,700 mark last week amid fears about the economic impact damage from the pandemic. The Asian stock markets, which usually move in directions opposite to gold, also fell today. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to show no signs of abating as the World Health Organization said that there are now 638,146...

Gold Gains as Virus-Led Growth Fears Spur Safety Buying

Gold prices edged higher on Monday as investors sought safe havens, with fears about the economic damage from the coronavirus intensifying after governments extended lockdowns to curtail its spread. Spot gold was up 0.3% at $1,621.60 per ounce by 0941 GMT, while U.S. gold futures gained 0.3% to $1,629.30. Investors™ appetite for riskier assets remained weak as fears mounted that the global coronavirus shutdowns could last for months, sending European shares lower for a second straight...

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