Dollar firmer as investor focus shifts to Fed
Market participants are now turning their attention away from immediate global trade issues to the Federal Reserve's Dec. 18-19 meeting.
Gold prices steady on Fed policy outlook uncertainty
US gold futures were down 0.1 percent at $1,246.4 per ounce.
Trump says it would be foolish for Fed to raise rates next week
"I think that would be foolish, but what can I say?" Trump told Reuters in an interview.
Chairman Powell is staging a Fed charm offensive to combat Trump’s attacks
In the short term, this approach faces some serious challenges.
US consumer prices flat in November
The US central bank has hiked rates three times this year.
Santa rally is coming! Invest with a long-term view: Sanjiv Bhasin, IIFL Securities
Slightly longer term, then India becomes one of the best emerging market destinations, says Bhasin
Oil can take a shot at $65-68, gold looks forward to Fed meet
Will the supply cut be enough to support oil prices? One will have to wait and watch.
Dollar slides as US job data dents Fed tightening outlook; yuan on back foot
The dollar fell 0.4 per cent against the yen to 112.30.
‘Nothing new in government pressure on central banks’
Kravis indicates situation in India would not cause too many ripples.
Asian shares, sterling up on pause in Brexit, trade fears
Japan's Nikkei stock index gained 0.8 per cent.
Traders doubt Fed will raise rates even once in 2019
Some economists are also predicting Fed Chair Jerome Powell will become more cautious with policy normalisation.
RBI woes won't end with new governor
The new guy is Shaktikanta Das, a seasoned economic bureaucrat who has worked closely with the central bank.
Rupee is in for a rough ride; poll results, Fed may set tone
India’s Q2 GDP grew at 7.1 per cent compared to a growth of 8.2 per cent in the previous quarter.
Gold gains on weaker dollar, chance of slower US rate hikes
Spot gold was up 0.2 percent at $1,247.38 per ounce, as of 1100 GMT.
Stocks run with Sino-US trade hopes; sterling hamstrung by politics
Having been repeatedly disappointed before, analysts were careful to not get too optimistic.