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Gold Futures End Higher as Weekly Jobless Claims Climb to Record

Gold futures ended higher on Thursday, with the haven metal getting a boost on the heels of a climb in U.S. weekly jobless claims to a record 6.6 million. The move for gold followed four consecutive sessions of losses for the metal. June gold rose $46.30, or 2.9%, to settle at $1,637.70 an ounce. That was the biggest one-day percentage gain since March 24, according to FactSet data. Source : Marketwatch

Gold Bounces Around As Investors Key In On Friday Jobs Report

Gold futures on Friday swung between small gains and losses as investors watched for a report on the labor market in March, which may offer some clues about the state of American jobs even if it doesn™t entirely reveal the extent of the damage of coronavirus business shutdowns. Friday™s nonfarm-payrolls report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics will indicate how many workers the U.S. economy added last month, with average consensus estimates from economists for ais expected to show...

Gold slips on firm dollar, poor U.S. data limits losses

Gold inched down on Friday after rising 1.4% in the previous session as the U.S. dollar firmed, but record high weekly U.S. jobless claims filings kept a check on bullion™s downside. Spot gold eased 0.1% to $1,610.64 per ounce by 0037 GMT. U.S. gold futures slipped 0.1% to $1,635.50. The metal was down over 0.4% for the week after an 8% jump in the previous week. The dollar was up 0.1% against key rivals, having risen for the last two sessions. The number of Americans filing claims for...

Gold Eases on Firm Dollar, But Holds Tight Range Ahead of US Data

Gold prices were subdued on Friday as the dollar strengthened, but they were stuck in a narrow range ahead of U.S. nonfarm payrolls data that could provide further clarity on the economic damage from the coronavirus. Spot gold was down 0.1% at $1,610.46 per ounce by 0923 GMT. The metal has declined nearly 0.5% so far this week after an 8% jump in the previous week. U.S. gold futures dropped 0.6% to $1,627.90 per ounce. Safe-haven gains for the U.S. dollar limited gold™s advance, with the...

U.S. oil prices settle nearly 25% higher; Trump expects a Saudi Arabia-Russia output cut

Oil futures rallied Thursday, finding support after President Donald Trump tweeted that he spoke to Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who held a discussion with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and now expects the two major oil producers to announce a production cut of "approximately 10 Million Barrels." Trump later tweeted that the cut could be as high as 15 million barrels. Saudi Arabia has also called for an "urgent" meeting of OPEC and its allies. News reports, however,...

Six Dead in Mass Shooting at Milwaukee Brewery
Thursday, 27 February 2020 13:11 WIB | GLOBAL |Global

A gunman in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, killed five people before killing himself Wednesday at the Molson Coors brewery.

Police identified the shooter as a 51-year-old male but withheld his name and the names of his victims until their families were notified.

It was unclear if anyone was left wounded.

"There were five individuals who went to work today, just like everybody goes to work, and they thought they were going to finish their day and return to their families," Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said. "Tragically, they never will."

President Donald Trump opened a White House news conference on the coronavirus outbreak Wednesday by calling the shooting "a terrible thing. Our hearts go out to the people of Wisconsin and to the families."

Police had given little information about the shooting by Wednesday evening and had said nothing about a possible motive. But Barrett said such œvile and heinous deadly violence makes no sense."

The Molson Coors campus includes not only a brewery but also corporate offices, an underground cave for tourists and a large outdoor beer garden.

There have been several mass shootings in Wisconsin over the past 20 years. They include the 2012 massacre of six people by a white supremacist outside a Sikh temple in Milwaukee. That gunman also wounded four others before killing himself.

Workplaces have been the most common sites for mass shootings over the last five decades.

Source: VOA news

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Gold Futures End Higher as Weekly Jobless Claims Climb to Record

Gold futures ended higher on Thursday, with the haven metal getting a boost on the heels of a climb in U.S. weekly jobless claims to a record 6.6 million. The move for gold followed four consecutive sessions of losses for the metal. June gold rose $46.30, or 2.9%, to settle at $1,637.70 an ounce. That was the biggest one-day percentage gain since March 24, according to FactSet data. Source : Marketwatch

Gold Bounces Around As Investors Key In On Friday Jobs Report

Gold futures on Friday swung between small gains and losses as investors watched for a report on the labor market in March, which may offer some clues about the state of American jobs even if it doesn™t entirely reveal the extent of the damage of coronavirus business shutdowns. Friday™s nonfarm-payrolls report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics will indicate how many workers the U.S. economy added last month, with average consensus estimates from economists for ais expected to show...

Gold slips on firm dollar, poor U.S. data limits losses

Gold inched down on Friday after rising 1.4% in the previous session as the U.S. dollar firmed, but record high weekly U.S. jobless claims filings kept a check on bullion™s downside. Spot gold eased 0.1% to $1,610.64 per ounce by 0037 GMT. U.S. gold futures slipped 0.1% to $1,635.50. The metal was down over 0.4% for the week after an 8% jump in the previous week. The dollar was up 0.1% against key rivals, having risen for the last two sessions. The number of Americans filing claims for...

Gold Eases on Firm Dollar, But Holds Tight Range Ahead of US Data

Gold prices were subdued on Friday as the dollar strengthened, but they were stuck in a narrow range ahead of U.S. nonfarm payrolls data that could provide further clarity on the economic damage from the coronavirus. Spot gold was down 0.1% at $1,610.46 per ounce by 0923 GMT. The metal has declined nearly 0.5% so far this week after an 8% jump in the previous week. U.S. gold futures dropped 0.6% to $1,627.90 per ounce. Safe-haven gains for the U.S. dollar limited gold™s advance, with the...

U.S. oil prices settle nearly 25% higher; Trump expects a Saudi Arabia-Russia output cut

Oil futures rallied Thursday, finding support after President Donald Trump tweeted that he spoke to Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who held a discussion with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and now expects the two major oil producers to announce a production cut of "approximately 10 Million Barrels." Trump later tweeted that the cut could be as high as 15 million barrels. Saudi Arabia has also called for an "urgent" meeting of OPEC and its allies. News reports, however,...

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