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Gold is getting stronger ahead of today's FOMC meeting minutes and the upcoming trade talks between US and China starting tomorrow. Full Article

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A recent Reuters poll reveals that the risk appetite in global financial markets remained thin for the sixth consecutive month in September Full Article

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Early on Thursday, the US dollar is making some gains against the Japanese yen as the safe haven appeal comes down. USD/JPY is trading at.. Full Article

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Gold prices are rising higher on Thursday over increased worries of a possible slowdown in the US economy and the Fed stepping in with ... Full Article

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Gold prices continue to trade steady close to six-year highs on Wednesday over rising worries of the US-China trade war and its impact on.. Full Article

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The US dollar is trading under pressure following a deeper yield curve inversion which took place on Tuesday. The deeper yield curve.. Full Article

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Markets have fallen away sharply during the US session as recession fears have prompted broad-based selling of risk assets. Full Article

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There is certainly some fear in the air at the moment as investors are starting to worry about interest rates. Full Article

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US government debt prices edged lower as markets await the release of important economic data and comments from Federal Reserve policymakers Full Article

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All the speculation in recent weeks has been around what exactly will come of today's meeting of the FOMC. Full Article

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On the back of the recent RBA interest rate cut, there are mounting calls in Australia, to continue to cut with some expecting the cash rate Full Article

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World bond markets are increasingly showing signs of a possible recession looming ahead for the global economy. Full Article

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US government debt prices edged lower on Tuesday as concerns over US-China trade war and its possible impact on the economy continued to,, Full Article

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US-China trade war concerns continue to weigh on markets but analysts expect Fed to continue holding off on any rate cuts in the near future Full Article

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It was really more of the same on Wall Street yesterday, as more trade worries with China added to the concerns around global growth. Full Article

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