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SINGAPORE: Gold rose as investors contemplated the prospect of Jerome Powell taking the top job at the Federal Reserve, weighing the outlook for interest rates and the US dollar under the leadership of a policymaker who’s been supportive of current chair Janet Yellen’s strategy of gradual tightening.
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NEW YORK: The dollar rebounded from its weakest level against six major rivals since mid-November on Thursday, while world equity markets were mixed as investor concerns about the Trump administration's aggressive posture offset strong data on the world economy.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Authorities in Fiji on Saturday detained the leaders of two opposition parties and a senior trade union official after they took part in an event critical of the Pacific island nation's constitution, an opposition party official said.
TOKYO: Asian stocks slipped and the dollar stood at a 7-month high against its peers early on Monday after robust U.S. jobs data bolstered expectations of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike in December.
TOKYO: Asian stocks rose early on Monday after the prospect of an imminent interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve faded after Friday's weaker-than-expected U.S. employment data.
SINGAPORE: Most emerging Asian currencies firmed on Friday as China's disappointing trade data raised hopes that Beijing will deliver more stimulus, while regional units headed for weekly losses amid mounting caution growing ahead of a key U.S. jobs data.