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Oil rises, still kept in check by virus threat

Oil rose in Asia on Wednesday as a draw in US crude supplies boosted expectations that demand will overcome supply growth. However, rising numbers of coronavirus cases worldwide have dampened oil’s gains. Brent oil futures climbed up 0.65% to $74 by 11:26 PM ET (3:26 AM GMT) following a 2-cent dip in its first decline…

Gold down ahead of Fed policy decision

Gold dropped on Tuesday morning in Asia as investors become wary ahead of US Federal Reserve policy decision. The Fed’s decision, to be announced later in the week, could provide clues on when the central bank will adopt a more hawkish tone. Gold futures stayed below the key $1,800 mark, dipping 0.11% to $1,797.25 by…

Car chip shortage to end in 2022, smartphones seen to be hit next

Automotive industry executives said the global semiconductor shortage could last until the second quarter of 2022. However, smartphone production is seen to be hit next, indicative of a possible shortage in supply of appliances and industrial equipment. Chief economist Iris Pang of ING Greater China shared the automotive sector has been hit the hardest this…

Dollar rises, ends trading week without much changes

The dollar rose on Friday morning in Asia but was expected to end the trading week close to where it started. Investors took stock following a volatile week in which currencies moved due to fluctuating risk appetite levels. The U.S. Dollar Index that measures the greenback against other major counterparts tallied a 0.05% increase to 92.880. The USD/JPY pair…

Gold down as dollar continues dampened recovery

Gold dropped on Friday in Asia but still recovering from the over one-week low hit in the last session. Retreating US bond yields and weaker-than-expected US economic data have also contributed to dampening the effect of the dollar’s recovery. Gold futures dipped 0.6% to $1,804.35 by 1:09 AM ET (5:09 AM GMT) following its lowest…