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ShareCast News - Commodities





Commodities: Gold continues sell-off after Fed hints at interest rate hike, greenback softer

(ShareCast News) - Wednesday saw the US Fed announce a reduction in their $4.5 trillion balance sheet in October and hint of another rate increase this year.
[21 Sep '17 18:56]

Commodities: Greenback steady ahead of Fed statement, gold holds firm in anticipation

(ShareCast News) - The dollar was steady on Wednesday with the dollar index down only 0.06% to 91.736 by 1725 BST as the market waits to hear from the FOMC on monetary policy, due at 1900 BST.
[20 Sep '17 20:26]

Commodities: Gold firm ahead of Fed meeting, greenback on the back foot

(ShareCast News) - The gold market was fairly subdued on Tuesday as investors await the conclusion of the US Fed's two day meeting, while the dollar retreated during the day's trading.
[20 Sep '17 11:02]

Commodities: Risk aversion eases, sending gold futures lower

(ShareCast News) - Risk aversion came down a notch at the start of the week following an uneventful weekend in terms of fresh developments out of the Korean peninsula and even after the UN Security Council refrained from slapping new sanctions on Pyongyang despite its latest missile tests.
[18 Sep '17 17:58]

Commodities: Gold flat on the day as investors weigh up risk options

(ShareCast News) - Thursday saw Pacific region tensions increase with the latest rhetoric from North Korea stating that the US should be "beaten to death like a rabid dog" and that the US mainland should be reduced to "ashes and darkness." Several verbal threats were also shot across the bow of Japan.
[15 Sep '17 17:27]

Commodities: Stronger US dollar puts gold on the backfoot

(ShareCast News) - The greenback traded higher on Monday against a basket of currencies, up 0.54% to 91.864 by 1720 BST, thanks to reduced tensions in North Korea.
[11 Sep '17 18:25]

Commodities: Profit taking seen on gold ahead of North Korean risk

(ShareCast News) - Saturday sees North Korea celebrate it's founding day, where it is expected to conduct another missile test.
[8 Sep '17 19:02]

Commodities: Gold continues to shine on weaker dollar

(ShareCast News) - Thursday saw the fourth straight day of losses for the dollar index (relative dollar strength/weakness against a basket of currencies), down 0.72% to 91.625 by 1740 BST.
[8 Sep '17 14:28]

Commodities: Gold loses some shine despite geopolitical risks, US dollar losses

(ShareCast News) - Gold had a fairly lacklustre day of trading on Wednesday with only a 0.07% drop in the cash price to $1,338/Oz. and practicaly no move in the December contract which trades steadily at $1,343/Oz..
[6 Sep '17 18:31]

Commodities: Gold continues to shine as geopolitical tensions simmer

(ShareCast News) - North Korea still dominated much of the moves on Tuesday, though not to the extent that it did during the previous session, with safe haven gold up only 0.32% to $1,338/oz. and the December contract up 1.01% to $1,344/oz..
[6 Sep '17 09:18]



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