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Gold

Gold Down, U.S. Yields Up as Investors Look to Fed Policy Decision

Goldwas trading down 1.41%at $1,933.35 Gold was down on Tuesday morning in Asia, falling to its lowest in more than a week. U.S. Treasury yields surged ahead of a Federal Reserve’s policy decision and hopes for progress in talks between Ukraine and Russia further dampened the safe-haven yellow metal’s...

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Brent Oil

Oil price dip towards $74, Omicron concerns dominate

Brent Oil was trading 0.24%up at $74.27. Oil prices dipped towards $74 a barrel on Tuesday after the International Energy Agency (IEA) said that the new Omicron coronavirus variant was set to dent the global demand recovery while supplies were set to increase next year. futures dropped 24 cents,...

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European shares

European stocks head lower on Evergrande woes, mixed earnings

European shares slipped on Thursday, driven by gloomy sentiment on renewed worries around China’s property sector and mixed quarterly results. The pan-European STOXX 600index edged down 0.4% by 0710 GMT, retreating from its highest level in six weeks. Asian stocks were knocked lower by news about the collapse of...

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TOP 5 STOCKS TO WATCHOUT TODAY – OCTOBER 20, 2021

1.GOOGLE:- A Swiss court has dismissed Google’s bid to block the award of a government cloud computing contract worth up to 110 million Swiss francs ($119 million) to rival bidders. “In an interim decision, the Federal Administrative Court rejects Google’s request to grant suspensive effect to its appeal. The...

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TOP 5 STOCKS TO WATCHOUT TODAY – SEPTEMBER 27, 2021

1.HUAWEI: The release of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou is an opportunity for a reboot of bilateral relations with the United States and Canada but “toxic political rhetoric” could still “poison” the atmosphere”, Chinese state media said on Monday. The Global Times tabloid, which backed by the ruling...

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TOP 5 STOCKS TO WATCHOUT TODAY – SEPTEMBER 16, 2021

1.Alibaba:The woes of China’s biggest e-commerce company began in late 2020 when China abruptly suspended the record $37 billion stock market debut of its financial affiliate Ant Group and later fined Alibaba $2.75 billion for abusing its market dominance. The company’s U.S.-listed shares have shed more than $400 billion...

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European Stock Futures

European Stock Futures Lower; OPEC+ Meeting in Focus

European stock markets are seen opening marginally lower Monday, with investors keeping a wary eye on the oil market following signs that China’s economic recovery may be slowing. At 2 AM ET (0600 GMT), the DAX Futurescontract in Germany traded 0.2% lower, CAC 40 Futures in France dropped 0.1%...

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Oil up as OPEC+ considers rollover rather than raising output

Brent was trading 1.17 up at $63.86. Oil prices rose on Wednesday, boosted by expectations that OPEC+ producers might decide against increasing output when they meet this week, while signs of progress in the coronavirus vaccine rollout in the United States gave further support. Brent Oil was up $1.28,...

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