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Gold Holds Tight Range Ahead of Key Brexit Vote, Focus on Fed

Gold steadied in a tight range on Tuesday as investors adopted a cautious approach ahead of a crucial Brexit vote, while focus shifted to the U.S. Federal Reserve™s stance on interest rate cuts. Spot gold was steady at $1,484.60 per ounce. U.S. gold futures settled mostly unchanged at $1,487.5. œEverything is really quiet. The biggest factor, with the Fed looming and Brexit on the horizon, in the U.S. is really company earnings right now, said Michael Matousek, head trader at U.S....

Gold Futures Mark First Climb in 4 Sessions

Gold futures climbed on Wednesday to mark their first gain in four sessions, with prices settling at their highest in nearly a week. "As investors grow weary waiting for a resolution to the Brexit saga, they are bound to fall back on their flight-to-safety mantra as they let the U.K. political uncertainties play out," said Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM. Also, "although investors' hopes over the U.S.-China 'phase-one' trade deal have dampened bullion of late, overarching concerns over the...

Gold Gains As ETF Holdings Inch Closer to Record

Gold reversed earlier losses as investors digest the latest trade and Brexit news. Holdings in gold-backed exchange-traded funds continue to close in on a record set in 2012. Gold ETFs expanded for a third day Monday, extending this year's increase to 16%. Central banks including Turkey and Germany also added gold holdings last month, joining major buyers like Russia and China, data from the International Monetary fund show. Spot gold rose 0.3% to $1,488.68/oz after...

Hong Kong shares close with gains

Hong Kong stocks finished on a positive note Tuesday, tracking gains on Wall Street thanks to growing hopes that China and the US will hammer out the first phase of their trade pact by next month. The Hang Seng Index rose 0.23 percent, or 60.52 points, to 26,786.20. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index added 0.50 percent, or 14.76 points, to 2,954.38 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, climbed 1.01 percent, or 16.34 points, to 1,631.22. Source...

Oil Gains 1.6% on Report That OPEC Will Consider Deeper Production Cuts

Oil prices were higher following a report that OPEC and its allies would consider deeper production cuts when they meet in December. The report, which appeared on Reuters, quoted sources close to the producer group and reflected rumors that had been in the oil market previously. The cuts are expected to be made in response to the outlook for weaker demand growth. Oil had been slightly higher earlier after China signaled progress in trade talks with the United States, but gains were capped by...

Saudi Princess Found Guilty of Having Worker Beaten in France
Friday, 13 September 2019 11:12 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

The sister of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been found guilty in France of having a plumber beaten and held captive in her Paris apartment.

Princess Hassa bint Salman, who was tried in absentia, was given a 10-month suspended sentence Thursday and fined $11,000 on charges of armed violence and complicity to hold someone against their will.

The only daughter of Saudi Arabia's King Salman reportedly became angry when she thought the plumber, Egyptian-born French national Ashraf Eid, had photographed her inside her home.

Eid said he was summoned to fix a sink in the princess' bathroom in September 2016. He claimed she saw him take photos of the bathroom, which he needed for his work, and accused him of taking the photos in order to sell them.

The indictment said she ordered her bodyguard Rani Saidi to beat and humiliate Eid.

The plumber also said the guard beat him, tied him up, put a gun to his head and ordered him to kiss the princess™ feet.

Eid filed a complaint with the police after he was released from the apartment several hours later.

Princess Hassa left France three days after the incident and has not returned.

Her bodyguard, who was in the court Thursday, was given an eight-month suspended sentence and ordered to pay a $5,600 fine.

The princess™ French lawyer called the allegations œfanciful, and said his team would appeal the ruling.

Source : VOA

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Gold Holds Tight Range Ahead of Key Brexit Vote, Focus on Fed

Gold steadied in a tight range on Tuesday as investors adopted a cautious approach ahead of a crucial Brexit vote, while focus shifted to the U.S. Federal Reserve™s stance on interest rate cuts. Spot gold was steady at $1,484.60 per ounce. U.S. gold futures settled mostly unchanged at $1,487.5. œEverything is really quiet. The biggest factor, with the Fed looming and Brexit on the horizon, in the U.S. is really company earnings right now, said Michael Matousek, head trader at U.S....

Gold Futures Mark First Climb in 4 Sessions

Gold futures climbed on Wednesday to mark their first gain in four sessions, with prices settling at their highest in nearly a week. "As investors grow weary waiting for a resolution to the Brexit saga, they are bound to fall back on their flight-to-safety mantra as they let the U.K. political uncertainties play out," said Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM. Also, "although investors' hopes over the U.S.-China 'phase-one' trade deal have dampened bullion of late, overarching concerns over the...

Gold Gains As ETF Holdings Inch Closer to Record

Gold reversed earlier losses as investors digest the latest trade and Brexit news. Holdings in gold-backed exchange-traded funds continue to close in on a record set in 2012. Gold ETFs expanded for a third day Monday, extending this year's increase to 16%. Central banks including Turkey and Germany also added gold holdings last month, joining major buyers like Russia and China, data from the International Monetary fund show. Spot gold rose 0.3% to $1,488.68/oz after...

Hong Kong shares close with gains

Hong Kong stocks finished on a positive note Tuesday, tracking gains on Wall Street thanks to growing hopes that China and the US will hammer out the first phase of their trade pact by next month. The Hang Seng Index rose 0.23 percent, or 60.52 points, to 26,786.20. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index added 0.50 percent, or 14.76 points, to 2,954.38 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, climbed 1.01 percent, or 16.34 points, to 1,631.22. Source...

Oil Gains 1.6% on Report That OPEC Will Consider Deeper Production Cuts

Oil prices were higher following a report that OPEC and its allies would consider deeper production cuts when they meet in December. The report, which appeared on Reuters, quoted sources close to the producer group and reflected rumors that had been in the oil market previously. The cuts are expected to be made in response to the outlook for weaker demand growth. Oil had been slightly higher earlier after China signaled progress in trade talks with the United States, but gains were capped by...

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