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7 Jun 2018, 02:55 UTC+00
Oil prices rallied on Thursday to pare some of the prior session's losses, propped up by declining exports by OPEC-member Venezuela.Brent crude futures traded up 33 cents or 0.4 percent, to $75.69 per barrel. Meanwhile, U.S. WTI crude rose 33 cents or 0.6 percent at $65.11 per barrel. It finished the prior session 1.2 percent lower at $64.73 per...
7 Jun 2018, 02:29 UTC+00
The euro remained near two-week highs versus majority of its rivals on Thursday, on increasing bets the European Central Bank may announce it will taper its stimulus program by year-end as early as next week at the end of its policy meeting. The central bank's chief economist Peter Praet, a close ally of President Mario Draghi, said the ECB would debate next week...
7 Jun 2018, 02:04 UTC+00
Gold prices rose on Thursday, propped up by a weaker dollar amid ongoing worries regarding a trade war between the U.S. and its allies. Spot gold traded 0.1 percent higher at $1,296.91 per ounce. U.S. gold futures for August delivery were almost unchanged at $1,301.30 per ounce. The dollar index, which tracks the greenback versus a basket of six major...
7 Jun 2018, 01:43 UTC+00
The U.S. trade deficit slid to a seven-month low in April as exports climbed to a record high, bolstered by an increase in shipments of industrial materials and soybeans.The Commerce Department said the trade gap fell 2.1 percent to $46.2 billion, the smallest deficit since September. Data for March was revised to show the trade deficit declining to $47.2 billion,...
7 Jun 2018, 01:18 UTC+00
The European Central Bank will discuss next week whether to halt bond purchases later this 2018, the bank's top economist Peter Praet said on Wednesday, a hawkish rhetoric perceived preparing investors for another rollback in stimulus. After stoking growth with a massive 2.55 trillion euro bond-buying programme, ECB policy makers must make a decision on the timetable of...
7 Jun 2018, 00:54 UTC+00
U.S. government bond yields rallied along with their eurozone peers following a statement from a senior European Central Bank official indicated the central bank plans to push on with a debate next week on the schedule for ending its asset purchases. The 10-year Treasury note yield edged up 5.9 basis points to 2.975 percent, its highest since May 24. The two-year note...
6 Jun 2018, 23:17 UTC+00
Wall Street index climbed on Wednesday, receiving a boost from financial stocks as investors focused on solid economic data and trade war concerns went to the background while the Nasdaq notched its third consecutive record closing high. The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged up 346.41 points, or 1.4 percent, to 25,146.39. The S&P 500 rose 23.55 points, or 0.86...
6 Jun 2018, 22:42 UTC+00
European equities ended marginally changed Wednesday, with trade mostly affected by concerns over fiscal spending in Italy. The pan-European Stoxx 600 ended temporarily neutral with sectors and major bourses mixed. Italy's FTSE MIB, which was under pressure, rebounded on Wednesday, increasing 0.26 percent. New Italian PM Minister Giuseppe Conte presented his...
6 Jun 2018, 05:53 UTC+00
Global oil prices advanced during Asian trade after Venezuela increased their prospect of holding off some crude exports, according to people privy to the matter, but gains were limited by reports that the U.S. government had asked Saudi Arabia and other OPEC producers to boost output. Declining supply from Venezuela had powered a rally in global oil price Brent to...
6 Jun 2018, 05:31 UTC+00
Gold prices edged up in early Asian trade on Wednesday as the U.S. dollar and Treasury Yields fell amid persistent worries regarding global trade after the U.S. hit its allies' imports with hefty tariffs. Spot gold rose 0.2 percent at $1,297.64 per ounce at $1,297.64 per ounce. U.S. gold futures for August delivery were stable $1,301.80 ounce. The dollar index, which...
6 Jun 2018, 05:07 UTC+00
The euro held steady on Wednesday as investors began to focus on the European Central Bank's policy meeting next week, while worries that the U.S. could withdraw from its trade agreement with Canada and Mexico affected their currencies. The common currency traded at $1.1719 having risen around 0.5 percent so far this week and remaining around two cents above its...
6 Jun 2018, 02:26 UTC+00
Mexico has announced new levies on U.S. imports in response to U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to impose hefty tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. The peso fell on Tuesday after Mexico imposed tariffs on U.S. products including bourbon, apples, potatoes, cheese, and pork in retaliation to the steel duties.Mexico's peso was down 1.4 percent at 20.35...
6 Jun 2018, 02:02 UTC+00
Expansion of activity in the U.S. services sector sped up in May, indicating a strong economic growth in the second quarter. However, trade tariffs and limited workers posed a risk to the robust outlook.The Institute for Supply Management said its non-manufacturing activity surged 1.8 points to 58.6, snapping three consecutive monthly declines. The reading above the 50...
6 Jun 2018, 01:32 UTC+00
U.S. government bonds edged up on Tuesday, driving down yields and helping to ease a bond-market selloff observed at the beginning of the week, as solid economic data were countered by concerns over the newly established Italian government's policy agenda. The 10-year Treasury note yield fell 2.2 basis points to 2.917 percent. The two-year note yield edged down 1.8...
6 Jun 2018, 01:16 UTC+00
The Nasdaq reached a record closing high for the second straight day of trading on Tuesday, powered by tech and consumer discretionary shares, while the euro rebounded after Italy's new prime minister said the government had never thought of leaving the eurozone as an option. The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged up 13.71 points, or 0.06 percent, to 24,799.98, the...
5 Jun 2018, 23:03 UTC+00
European stock markets ended lower on Tuesday, weighed down by a decline in banking stocks. The pan-European Stoxx closed 0.3 percent down with majority of sectors and major exchanges seeing red. Banking stocks underperformed among equities, with the Royal Bank of Scotland sliding to the lower range of the sector. The lender declined over 5 percent after reports...
5 Jun 2018, 07:22 UTC+00
Oil prices recovered on Tuesday after sliding in the prior session on expectations that stockpiles in the U.S. may fall. However, increasing U.S. output and worries that OPEC may boost production continue to affect sentiment. Brent crude futures advanced 14 cents or 0.19 percent, to $75.43 per barrel after closing down 2 percent at $75.29 on Monday. U.S. WTI...
5 Jun 2018, 07:03 UTC+00
The euro received support form indications of political stability in Italy and the dollar continued its upward trend versus the yen after a strong U.S. jobs report that bolstered bets of three more U.S. rate increases by the end of the year. In early Asian trade, the single bloc currency traded almost unchanged at $1.1687, after hitting $1.745 in the prior day, its...
5 Jun 2018, 06:49 UTC+00
Gold prices were on steady footing on Tuesday after declining for three days as investors chose to stock up on riskier assets amid rising prospects of an interest rate increase in the U.S. after solid U.S. economic data. Spot gold was flat at $1,291.95 per ounce. Meanwhile, U.S. gold futures for August delivery edged down 0.1 percent at $1,295.80 per ounce....
5 Jun 2018, 06:21 UTC+00
Australia's central bank held its benchmark interest rate at its June meeting on Tuesday, in line with economists' estimates as progress on lowering unemployment and reaching inflation targets was anticipated to be “gradual”. The Reserve Bank of Australia held its cash rate steady at 1.5 percent for the 20th consecutive month. RBA governor Philip Lowe...
5 Jun 2018, 00:31 UTC+00
Wall Street's three benchmark indexes rallied on Monday, led by broad gains in tech stocks, driving the Nasdaq to a record closing high as investors wager on the retention of solid economic growth, while declining oil prices affected the energy sector. The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged up 178.48 points, or 0.72 percent, to 24,813.69. The S&P 500 rose by 12.25...
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