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NEW YORK: Goldman Sachs Group Inc said investors should diversify their long-term bond holdings with gold, citing “fear-driven demand” for the precious metal.
SINGAPORE: The Thai baht’s reign as Asia’s best-performing currency is coming under threat from an unlikely source: South Korea’s won.
HONG KONG: As Hong Kong’s leaders hunt for a political solution to the months-long impasse with protesters, officials are trying to prop up the deteriorating economy with fiscal spending.
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SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): Singapore real estate investment trusts are back for more cash, pushing secondary share sales to record levels.
Singapore: Gold steadied after posting its longest rally in three months as investors weighed growing political tensions in the United States, which reinforced demand for havens that have already benefited from central bank easing, slowing growth and the trade war. Palladium notched a fresh record
SINGAPORE: Gold prices may rally to a record above US$2,000 an ounce in the next two years, according to Citigroup Inc., which gave a laundry list of positive drivers including rising risks of a global recession and the likelihood that the Federal Reserve will reduce interest rates to zero.
Singapore: China has added almost 100 tonnes of gold to its reserves since it resumed buying in December, with the consistent run of accumulation coming amid a rally in prices and the drag of the trade war with Washington.
U.K. house-price growth remained stuck in a subdued pattern in August as worries about the economy knocked consumer confidence lower.
NEW YORK: A global gauge of equities edged higher on Monday and the dollar rebounded after U.S. President Donald Trump said Chinese officials had contacted Washington about resuming trade negotiations