Gold Falls To Worst Weak Since May – 7 December, 2017

Despite gold almost reaching the $1,300 mark, the precious metal could potentially reach its biggest weekly drop since May as the Dollar's future is unclear because of the US tax reform and possibly higher interest rates. Bullion last traded at$1,248.53 per ounce, down 2.5 percent this week.
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Euro, Yen, Pound, And Australian Dollar Decline – 6 December, 2017

The Australian Dollar fell to its lowest in three weeks by 0.2 percent to 75.25 U.S. cents. The Euro declined by 0.3 percent, trading at $1.799, the Pound fell 0.1 percent to $1.3384, and the Yen fell 0.1 percent to 112.44 per Dollar. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index rose just under 0.1 percent, thought that…
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Oil Stock Rises Despite Drops In Prices – 6 December, 2017

U.S.  crude stocks fell more than expected by 5.6 million barrels, while U.S. gasoline stocks rose by 1.6 million barrels. Crude fell in part due to the Keystone pipeline closure in South Dakota after a leak, cutting flows to Oklahoma. West Texas Intermediate fell 2.9 percent to $55.96 per barrel, its biggest single day decline…
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Gold Predicted To Grow Only Slightly In 2018 – 5 December, 2017

While gold has been doing well this year and is expected to grow, experts say that prices for 2018 wont be too off the charts. Gold will rise slowly as the Dollar weakens and real estate rates remain low, predicting a 4 percent increase in gold prices to roughly $1,313 an ounce. Few things may…
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Pound Jumps As Brexit Talks Advance – 30 November, 2017

With Britain and the European Union inching closer to an agreement in the Brexit terms, the Pound jumped as much as 1%  as it rallied against all of its G-10 peers. A meeting scheduled for next week has brought forward pricing for the next Bank of England rate increase to September. The Pound reached its…
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Brexit Talks Take Shape As Sterling Advances – 29 November, 2017

Sterling climbed by 0.7 percent, its highest since September, and was trading at $1.3434 in London as the EU reached an outline on the Brexit deal and starting the conversation about Britain's much awaited divorce from the European Union. Since The Bank of England's decision to raise interest rates in the beginning of November, the Pound advanced…
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Oil Inches Higher Day Before OPEC Meeting- 29 November, 2017

International benchmark for oil prices were at $62.74 per barrel, 21 cents higher, the day before OPEC is scheduled to hold a meeting in Vienna along with representatives from other oil producing companies. West Texas Intermediate is up 11 cents to $57.41 per barrel, while trading activity in Asia was low. OPEC will discuss some…
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