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216.7 USD
  • Symbol XAU/USD
  • Trading Account #3 30910021
  • Broker TPF
  • Open/Close price 1,920.88/1,922.88
  • Volume Buy 1 Flots
  • Profit 200.00 USD

Gloves come off Malaysian equities

Asian markets mixed, China higher The first full trading day of the year has seen strong pan-Asia Manufacturing PMI’s and post-Covid optimism mostly lift markets across the region, with some notable exceptions. As the world’s centre for surgical glove manufacturing, that post-Covid future has seen g

Euronext FX Volumes See Mild Drop in December as Christmas Weighs

Photo: Bloomberg Pan-European exchange Euronext has reported an eight percent drop in the average daily volume on its spot foreign exchange market. The ADV figure stood at $19.8 billion in December 2020, which is down from November’s $21.5 billion. Taking a year-over-year perspective, Euronext’s cur

AUD/USD slumps to 0.7650 area on strong DXY rebound

AUD/USD is falling sharply in the second half of the day. Wall Street's main indexes are posting large losses. US Dollar Index rises toward 90.00 on risk aversion. The AUD/USD pair started the new year on a firm footing and came within a couple of pips of the multi-year high it set at 0.7743 last we

AUD/USD Forecast: Limited bearish scope despite losing the 0.7700 level

AUD/USD Current Price: 0.7666 Australian dollar weighed by the sour tone of US equities. The Australian Commonwealth Bank Manufacturing PMI resulted at 55.7 in December. AUD/USD bearish potential seems limited even in the near-term. The AUD/USD pair retreated from a daily high of 0.7740 during the A

CANADA FX DEBT-C$ climbs to near 3-year high on bullish investor sentiment

* Canadian dollar strengthens 0.2% against the greenback * IHS Markit Canada manufacturing PMI rises to 57.9 in December * Loonie touches its strongest since April 2018 at 1.2665 * Canadian bond yields rise across a steeper curve By Fergal Smith TORONTO, Jan 4 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar strengt

AUD/USD Potential Target At 0.7800

The Australian Dollar has declined by 53 points or 0.68% against the US Dollar since December 31. The decline was stopped by the 50– hour simple moving average at 0.7693 on January 4. Everything being equal, the AUD/USD exchange rate could edge higher within the following trading session. The potent

Euro share trading exits London for EU

LONDON (Reuters) - Trading in euro-denominated shares shifted from London to new platforms in the European Union on Monday, the first day of trading since Britain left the bloc’s single market. Britain’s unfettered access to the EU ended on Dec. 31, cutting off the City of London from much financial

Tesla 2020 Vehicle Deliveries Top Estimates, But Shy of Elon Musk’s Target

California-based electric vehicle and clean energy company Tesla Inc said on Saturday it delivered higher-than-expected 499,550 vehicles in 2020 but fall short of CEO Elon Musk’s target of 500,000. The manufacturer of high-performance electric vehicles beats the market consensus of 481,261 vehicles

AUD/USD: Bulls defend 0.7700 amid US dollar pullback, ahead of ISM

AUD/USD recaptures 0.7700 starting out 2021. Coronavirus woes, weak Chinese data prompt DXY’s pullback. Eyes on US ISM Manufacturing PMI, virus and Georgia Senate election updates. Having ended 2020 on a solid note, AUD/USD kicks-off 2021 on the front foot, as the bulls manage to recapture the 0.770

Gold Price Analysis: Overbought RSI probes XAU/USD bulls at eight week tops above $1,900

Gold prices ease from the multi-day high as US dollar marks corrective pullback. Risks dwindle amid virus woes, mixed prints of December’s activity numbers in Asia. Sustained upside break of short-term triangle favor buyers. Gold prices trim early Asian gains while receding to $1,921.67, up 1.21% in

Taiwan Manufacturing PMI Surges In December - Markit

The manufacturing sector in Taiwan continued to expand in December, and at a faster rate, the latest survey from market Economics revealed on Monday with a decade-high manufacturing PMI score of 59.4. That's up from 56.9 in November, and it moves further above the boom-or-bust line of 50 that separa

Turkey's Trade Deficit Widens On Higher Imports

Turkey's trade deficit widened sharply in November from last year on higher imports, the Turkish Statistical Institute reported Thursday. The trade gap increased to $5.03 billion in November from $1.98 billion in the same period last year. Exports dropped 0.9 percent annually, while imports surged 1

Dollar Mixed Ahead Of U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims

The U.S. weekly jobless claims for the week ended December 26 are due at 8:30 am ET Thursday. Ahead of the data, the greenback traded mixed against its major counterparts. While the currency rose against the euro, it fell against the franc. Against the yen and the pound, it held steady. The greenbac

BaFin warns about the paradigm shift following Brexit

Photo: Leaprate The German regulator BaFin issued a statement today about the paradigm shift for members of the public and companies in Europe. BaFin noted that citizens, companies and the public administration have to prepare of the coming paradigm shift: The United Kingdom left the European U

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