Crude oil prices, however, may get some boost from phase one of US-China trade deal.
Americans need Middle East crude oil to keep flowing or else they’ll face higher gas prices.
History shows that if gold is in a bullish phase, then COT report is meaningless.
Tensions in West Asia supported oil with crude oil witnessing a gapup opening on Monday.
In the last breakout for gold, the rally was to the extent of almost $250-300.
Rig count is the US increased by 18, first double-digit increase in eight months.
Quant funds globally have delivered uneven returns in recent years owing to market volatility.
The Big Bull sees a big bubble in the unofficial market for unlisted shares.
Its shares have outpaced the benchmark Sensex with a wider margin during the past three years.
There is no good news for the stock, which delivered a solid 58% return in the last one year.
His shareholding in Firstsource Solutions fell by 0.32 per cent to 19,300,000 shares.
Despite 5 rate cuts last year, yield on 10-year bonds is one of the highest in Asia at 6.64%
The cyclical recovery in the economy will prop-up earnings next year, says Patil.
Foreign portfolio investors poured over Rs 1 lakh crore (net) in domestic equities in 2019.
YES Bank said it would not proceed with the offer made by Erwin Singh Braich/SPGP Holdings.
Weak refinery margins continued to create doubts over demand for crude as all regions saw margins grinding lower.
Opec cut their output target by a further 500,000 barrels a day for the first quarter of 2020.
Bullion is heading for the biggest annual advance since 2010.
Oil traders should remain cautious and not get too carried away by the Opec+ saga.
Gold prices are trading near support zone of $1,450-$1,440.
America’s second shale boom is certainly drawing to a close.
Shale industry is facing the gloom as banks have begun trimming credit lines to producers.
Trade war has propelled gold about 15 per cent this year in the international markets.
Opec+ will risk a period of price weakness that they believe will be short-lived.
Nickel prices surged over 48% on LME (YTD) whereas prices on the MCX rose over 54%.
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