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Gold prices recoup some of their recent losses ahead of U.S. jobs data

Gold futures finished higher Thursday, recouping much of the losses suffered a day earlier, as traders awaited monthly domestic employment data due at the end of the week, which may influence haven demand for the precious metal. Gold for February delivery on Comex added $2.90, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,483.10 an ounce, following a loss of 0.3% on Wednesday. March silver rose 14.3 cents, or 0.9%, to $17.059 an ounce, on the back of a 1.9% loss a day earlier. January platinum declined 0.1% to...

Oil Sputters After OPEC+ Fails to Nail Down New Output Target

Oil sputtered near $58 a barrel as the OPEC+ coalition failed to pin down the details of an agreement to adjust its official output target even after six hours of talks in Vienna. Futures were little changed in New York after gyrating throughout the previous session. While the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries is nearing a deal to cut production targets by 500,000 barrels a day, ministers left the cartel™s headquarters on Thursday without cementing an agreement....

Dollar Heads For Weekly Decline as Data and Trade Tensions Weigh

The dollar nursed a week of losses on Friday, hit by nervousness on trade and mixed signals about the U.S. economy, while the British pound stood tall as bets firmed that Prime Minister Boris Johnson can win a commanding electoral victory. The safe havens of the Japanese yen and Swiss franc were in demand as a hedge against Sino-U.S. trade talks collapsing, and as investors fretted that U.S. jobs figures due later in the day may fail to deliver an expected rebound. The euro held on to...

Oil futures end mixed as traders await confirmation of deeper production cuts

Oil futures ended on a mixed note Thursday, with U.S. prices settling unchanged for the session and global prices higher, as traders awaited a decision on output from major oil producers, following reports that OPEC and its allies have recommended cutting production by another 500,000 barrels a day. West Texas Intermediate crude for January delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange settled flat at $58.43 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Prices climbed 4.2% on Wednesday to mark...

Gold Heads for 2nd Weekly Gain as Trade, Jobs in Focus

Gold headed for a second weekly advance as developments in the trade war took center stage and as traders waited for the key monthly U.S. jobs data due later Friday. President Donald Trump said that talks were œmoving along well, although a news report said that Washington and Beijing remained at odds over agricultural purchases. Investors will likely focus on any trade-related headlines in the lead up to Dec. 15, which is when the U.S. has pledged to impose...

Xinhua: China to Lift Tariffs on US Soybeans, Other Farm Goods
Saturday, 14 September 2019 02:18 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

China says it will lift tariffs on U.S. soybeans, pork and some other farm goods in yet another sign of easing tensions between the two countries ahead of trade talks scheduled for next month.

The announcement, reported Friday by China's Xinhua news agency, is the latest in a series of recent conciliatory gestures the world's two largest economies have taken to curb their ongoing trade war.   

On Thursday, Chinese Commerce Ministry spokesman Gao Feng said China was looking into purchasing U.S. agricultural goods such as pork and soybeans.

Gao also voiced hope the two sides will continue to create favorable conditions for the upcoming trade talks in Washington.

China previously imposed tariffs of 25 percent on U.S. farm goods and ordered importers to stop buying soybeans, the largest U.S. export to China. Beijing did not indicate Friday whether soybean purchases would resume.

Beijing's tariffs were imposed in response to U.S. President Donald Trump's tariff increases on Chinese products.

On Wednesday, however, Trump announced he was postponing tariffs on $250 billion in Chinese goods from Oct. 1 to Oct. 15.

He said on Twitter that Chinese Vice Premier Liu He had asked for the delay because of celebrations for the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China on Oct. 1.

Source : VOA

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Gold prices recoup some of their recent losses ahead of U.S. jobs data

Gold futures finished higher Thursday, recouping much of the losses suffered a day earlier, as traders awaited monthly domestic employment data due at the end of the week, which may influence haven demand for the precious metal. Gold for February delivery on Comex added $2.90, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,483.10 an ounce, following a loss of 0.3% on Wednesday. March silver rose 14.3 cents, or 0.9%, to $17.059 an ounce, on the back of a 1.9% loss a day earlier. January platinum declined 0.1% to...

Oil Sputters After OPEC+ Fails to Nail Down New Output Target

Oil sputtered near $58 a barrel as the OPEC+ coalition failed to pin down the details of an agreement to adjust its official output target even after six hours of talks in Vienna. Futures were little changed in New York after gyrating throughout the previous session. While the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries is nearing a deal to cut production targets by 500,000 barrels a day, ministers left the cartel™s headquarters on Thursday without cementing an agreement....

Dollar Heads For Weekly Decline as Data and Trade Tensions Weigh

The dollar nursed a week of losses on Friday, hit by nervousness on trade and mixed signals about the U.S. economy, while the British pound stood tall as bets firmed that Prime Minister Boris Johnson can win a commanding electoral victory. The safe havens of the Japanese yen and Swiss franc were in demand as a hedge against Sino-U.S. trade talks collapsing, and as investors fretted that U.S. jobs figures due later in the day may fail to deliver an expected rebound. The euro held on to...

Oil futures end mixed as traders await confirmation of deeper production cuts

Oil futures ended on a mixed note Thursday, with U.S. prices settling unchanged for the session and global prices higher, as traders awaited a decision on output from major oil producers, following reports that OPEC and its allies have recommended cutting production by another 500,000 barrels a day. West Texas Intermediate crude for January delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange settled flat at $58.43 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Prices climbed 4.2% on Wednesday to mark...

Gold Heads for 2nd Weekly Gain as Trade, Jobs in Focus

Gold headed for a second weekly advance as developments in the trade war took center stage and as traders waited for the key monthly U.S. jobs data due later Friday. President Donald Trump said that talks were œmoving along well, although a news report said that Washington and Beijing remained at odds over agricultural purchases. Investors will likely focus on any trade-related headlines in the lead up to Dec. 15, which is when the U.S. has pledged to impose...

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