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23Nov
 
The Australian dollar inched up on Wednesday as less unstable markets, rising values and bubbly items supported feeling for convey exchanges. The Aussie edged up to 0.7428 against U.S dollar, from 0.7400 in early trade, having bounced from a five-month trough of 0.7311 touched on Monday. The Aussie is still down three...
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19Oct
 
The worlds second-biggest economy grew 6.7 percent on-year amid the July-September quarter, unchanged from the past three months, government information appeared on Wednesday. The report was blast in accordance with Reuters expectation and uncovered a steadying pace of extension as the Chinese government tightens up spending and as a property blast...
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09Aug
 
Crude prices edged down Tuesday morning in Asia on benefit taking after a sharp rally overnight as speculators were encouraged by the likelihood that the worlds oil cartel may reexamine a generation solidify at a meeting in late September. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, light, sweet rough prospects for conveyance...
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08Aug
 
The dollar reinforced against the yen on Monday, expanding its increases after solid U.S. work figures supported desires of quicker monetary development and raised the likelihood of a Federal Reserve financing cost build this year. Nonfarm payrolls ascended by 255,000 occupations in July, route over financial specialists middle estimate of an...
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18Jul
 
Oil costs were practically unaltered in rough Asian exchange on Monday taking after increases a week ago as merchants disregarded the effect of Fridays endeavored overthrow in Turkey, while energetic financial information from the United States loaned cost support. Brent crude futures rose 2 cents at $47.63 a barrel after closing...
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15Jul
 
Gold costs plunged on Friday on a firmer dollar and surging Asian shares and were set for the main week by week decrease subsequent to May, in the wake of tumbling to a two-week low in the past session. Asian shares stretched out additions to eight-month highs, on track for a...
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11Jul
 
The dollar steadied against the place of refuge yen on Monday on account of a change in financial specialists hankering for more dangerous resources, however merchants said the greenback will be topped longer term by perspectives the Federal Reserve will stay mindful on interest rates. The dollar was little changed at...
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10Jun
 
The dollar index was on track for an unassuming week by week pick up on Friday, having bobbed off the current weeks one-month lows as the euro took a substantial spill while sterling stayed under a cloud on nerves over the forthcoming Brexit vote. The dollar index added 0.3 percent to...
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02Jun
 
Oil prices fell right off the bat Thursday as a column between Saudi Arabia and Iran made it far-fetched that the OPEC would concur any yield requirements amid a meeting in Vienna, pretty much as interest stresses from China reemerged. Worldwide Brent unrefined petroleum prospects were exchanging at $49.58 per barrel,...
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19May
 
Gold was exchanging close to a three-week low on Thursday as the dollar stood tall after minutes from the Federal Reserve approach meeting demonstrated the U.S. national bank could raise rates when one month from now. Spot gold was minimal changed at $1,258 per ounce. The metal fell 1.7 percent in...
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