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Gold set for best quarter in 4 years on virus fears
Bullion, with more than 12% gains this quarter, is on track for its best quarter since end-March 2016. Gold was also headed for its third straight monthly gain.
Gold hits over 1-week high on gloomy US Fed outlook
On Wednesday, gold rose 1.3%- its largest daily percentage rise in over a month.
Oil prices crawl up on demand recovery, tempered by virus outbreaks
WTI would have to be between $36 and $41 a barrel to restore production, ...
Oil prices drop on concerns about patchy demand recovery, record US stocks
Brent crude futures fell 2.2%, or 92 cents, to $40.81 a barrel, also giving up gains from Wednesday.
Gold gains after US Fed ramps up support measures
Improving risk sentiment could, however, curtail additional investor appetite for gold
Palm oil gains as strong early June shipments stoke export outlook
Palm oil is affected by price movements in related oils as they compete for a share in the global vegetable oils market.
Gold firms as equity rally loses steam; Fed eyed
A US Federal Reserve statement is due at 1800 GMT on Wednesday.
Big tobacco, big oil and Buffett join Fed's portfolio
The initial round of purchases included some 86 issuers, about half of them contractually settled as of June 18 and some still underway, all bought on the secondary market.
Gold rate rises amid surge in Covid-19 cases
Gold futures were up 0.32 per cent or Rs 150 at Rs 47,176 per 10 grams. Silver futures gained 0.61 per cent or Rs 287 to Rs 47,680 per kg.
Fed's Bostic warns of 'pain' with summer end to government aid
"All the relief efforts that have been put forward actually have worked"
Rupee falls 19 paise against the US dollar in early trade
At 10.08 am, the rupee was down 19 paise at 75.7850 against the US dollar. It had opened at 75.80, compared with a previous close of 75.59.
Gold gains as Hong Kong unrest stirs risk aversion
SPDR Gold Trust holdings, the world's largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, rose 0.2% to 1,119.05 tonnes on Wednesday.
Global financial system still at risk of liquidity stress, market shocks: FSB
The FSB published a report that assessed COVID-related financial stability developments and outlines necessary response measures.
Fed revisits idea of pledging to keep interest rates low
The policymakers "generally indicated support" for tying rate-setting policy to specific economic outcomes, minutes from the U.S. central bank's June 9-10 policy meeting showed on Wednesday.
Stocks generate big gains and bigger questions
There’s still a fair amount of uncertainty, including the elections, including how we exit the pandemic.