Gold Ticks Up as Market Weighs Trump's Reaction to Fed
Thursday, 27 September 2018 15:41 WIB |
PRECIOUS METALS |GOLDEMASBullion
Gold edges higher as investors assess outlook for U.S. monetary policy after rate rise from the Federal Reserve and President Donald Trump™s reaction that he™s œnot happy with the hike.
Bullion for immediate delivery +0.1% to $1,195.89/oz by 7:04am in London, after -0.6% Weds. Gold -0.4% in Sept., set for sixth month of declines.
In other precious metals, Silver +0.6% to $14.4063/oz, Platinum +0.4% to $826.49/oz and Palladium +0.5% to $1,073.63/oz, after reaching $1,075.32 on Weds, highest since Jan. 30.
Source : Bloomberg
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