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MARKET UPDATE

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Stocks in Asia declined in Friday morning trade as the number of coronavirus cases in mainland China rose to more than 800, with the death toll increasing to 25. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index fell

ECONOMY

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Australian employment outpaced forecasts for a second month in December pushing the jobless rate to a nine-month low, a much-needed improvement that could forestall a near-term cut in interest

COMMODITY

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The euro hovered near a seven-week low against the dollar on Friday after the European Central Bank was seen as more dovish than expected, while anxiety over China’s coronavirus outbreak propped up

FISCAL & MONETARY

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The European Central Bank, as expected, left interest rates unchanged on Thursday and maintained its commitment to purchasing 20 billion euros ($22.8 billion) a month in bonds. The ECB's deposit

GLOBAL

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Thursday, 23 January 2020 23:07 WIB
North Korea has temporarily banned foreign tourists in response to the outbreak of a dangerous new virus in neighboring China. Depending on how long the ban lasts, it could hurt North Korea's economy, which though heavily sanctioned, has received a boost by a recent influx of Chinese tourists. Starting Wednesday, North Korea closed its borders to foreign tourists, according to Young Pioneer

GOLD CORNER

c_173_127_16777215_00_images_assets_Gold2_goldgrindss.jpg Wall Street, Main Street expect gold price uptrend to continue
Monday, 20 January 2020 10:52 WIB
Wall Street and Main Street alike look for gold to continue the recent bounce this week.             Thirteen market professionals took part in the Wall Street survey. Ten, or 77%, called for gold to rise. There were no votes saying gold would fall, with three voters, or 23%, neutral or calling for a sideways market. Meanwhile, 820

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