Crude oil prices rebounded after early weakness on Thursday, lifted by reports that Saudi Arabia is likely to slash shipments to U.S. refiners.

Gold prices edged down to one-week low on Thursday as the dollar stayed steady against most major currencies after the European Central Bank lowered eurozone growth projections for the coming year.

Gold prices are edging lower on Thursday as the U.S. dollar stays relatively steady against most major currencies.

Crude oil prices are drifting lower on Thursday, after a report from the International Energy Agency said crude output by OPEC members rose in November on the back of record pumping from Saudi Arabia.

Crude oil futures failed to hold early gains and settled lower on Wednesday, despite a report from the Energy Information Administration showing a less than expected drop in U.S. crude inventories in the week ended December 7.

After edging lower in the previous two sessions, gold futures ended on a positive note on Wednesday as the dollar retreated against most major currencies and data from the U.S. Labor Department showed inflation remained unchanged in November.

Gold prices are edging up marginally Wednesday morning, even as the dollar hovered around one-month highs and the pound stayed weak amid Brexit uncertainty.

Crude oil futures are moving higher Wednesday morning, ahead of official inventory data from U.S. Energy Information Administration.

After a sharp fall in the previous session, crude oil futures rebounded to close higher on Tuesday, aided by an unexpected supply cut from Libya.

Gold futures settled lower on Tuesday, failing to hold early gains, as the dollar recovered from earlier weakness for a second successive day.

Gold prices inched higher on Tuesday and the dollar softened amid expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve may take a wait-and-see attitude towards future rate hikes. However, investors are pricing in a 73 percent chance of a rate hike following the December 18-19 meeting. Spot gold rose 0.31...

Oil prices rose slightly on Tuesday after declining as much as 3 percent the previous day on concerns over an equity sell-off and doubts over how OPEC and its allies will implement planned supply cuts to ward off a glut. Global benchmark Brent crude rose 0.25 percent to $60.12 per barrel, while U.S....

Crude oil prices dropped to their lowest levels in a week amid concerns about a likely drop in crude demand due to weak global growth outlook.

Gold prices edged lower on Monday as the U.S. dollar moved up against major currencies after the British Prime Minister Theresa May postponed Parliament's vote on Brexit deal with the European Union.

Gold prices held steady on Monday as the U.S. dollar struggled to hold ground amid declining U.S. yields and a sell-off on Wall Street Friday on trade and growth concerns. Spot gold was marginally higher at $1,247.00 per ounce after hitting as high as $1,250.55 earlier in the day, the highest level...

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