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The dollar consolidated gains against its rivals on Monday after four consecutive weeks of increases as widening concerns about the Chinese property sector and firm U.S. Treasury yields have encouraged hedge funds to ramp up their long positions. After spending the second quarter of 2021 on the back foot the dollar has received a fresh Read More

Gold prices were flat on Tuesday as investors adopted a risk-averse stance amid caution ahead of U.S. Federal Reserve’s policy meeting where the central bank is expected to provide cues on when it will begin tapering its asset purchases. Bullion is considered as a hedge against inflation and currency debasement likely resulting from the widespread stimulus. Read More

Comexlive Chart as on 26 Aug 2021

Oil fell on Thursday for the first session in four amid renewed concerns about demand recovery as more restrictions are imposed to curb Covid-19 infections. Brent crude was down 61 cents, or 0.9%, at $71.63 per barrel, having risen 1.7% on Wednesday. U.S. oil was down 68 cents, or 1%, at $67.68 a barrel, after Read More

Comex Chart as on 12 Aug 2021

Gold prices held on to overnight gains on Thursday, after data showing U.S. consumer price increases slowed in July soothed concerns of an early tapering of economic support. Spot gold was little changed at $1,750.34 per ounce by 0104 GMT, having recorded it biggest one-day percentage gain since May 6 on Wednesday. U.S. gold futures Read More

Europe’s top energy companies signalled confidence in a lasting recovery from the pandemic impact by drawing on higher oil prices to boost shareholder returns and reassure investors as they roll out risky climate strategies. After swiftly cutting spending and jobs in response to the unprecedented collapse in energy demand last year, executives from Royal Dutch Read More

comex Chart as on 21 July 2021

London copper prices fell on Wednesday, dented by a stronger dollar which rose on worries about climbing COVID-19 cases worldwide. Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange fell 0.5% to $9,2792 a tonne by 0732 GMT. The most-traded August copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange tracked overnight gains in London to close up 0.2% Read More