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Crude oil futures recorded their biggest single-session decline in 2019 and closed at a more than 2-month low on Thursday as concerns over a likely drop in energy demand weighed on the commodity.

Gold futures settled at one-week high on Thursday, as traders sought the safe haven asset after global equities tumbled and the dollar lost ground amid mounting worries about U.S.-China trade war.

Gold prices edged higher on Thursday, the dollar fell slightly and equities succumbed to selling pressure after U.K. chip designer ARM suspended business with Huawei in order to comply with a United States blockade of the company, adding to fears of a tech cold war. Spot gold rose 0.3 percent to $1,277.24...

Oil prices fell sharply on Thursday to extend losses from the previous session on surging U.S. crude inventories and amid signs the worsening U.S.-China trade war will take a toll on global economic growth. Benchmark Brent crude fell as much as 1.7 percent to $69.79 per barrel while U.S. West Texas...

Crude oil prices plunged sharply on Wednesday after data from Energy Information Administration showed a sharp jump in U.S. crude stockpiles last week.

Gold prices edged higher on Wednesday, recovering from three-week lows touched in the previous session, as equities eased and the dollar shed some ground amid rising concerns about an escalation in U.S.-China trade dispute.

Gold prices held steady on Wednesday after hitting a more than two-week low the previous day. Spot gold was marginally lower at $1,274.12 per ounce, after having fallen to $1,268.97, its lowest level since May 3, in the previous session. U.S. gold futures were little changed with a positive bias...

Oil prices drifted lower on Wednesday after industry data showed a surprise jump in U.S. crude inventories and Saudi Arabia said it was committed to a balanced and sustainable oil market. Global benchmark Brent crude dropped 0.35 percent to $71.92 per barrel while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI)...

Crude oil futures pared early gains and settled slightly weak on Tuesday as worries about near term energy demand outweighed possible shortage in supply due to geopolitical reasons and output cuts by OPEC and its allies.

Gold prices turned weak on Tuesday as the dollar advanced and equities rebounded amid renewed risk appetite after trade worries eased a bit following the U.S. government easing some restrictions on Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co.

Gold prices are edging lower Tuesday morning, as traders look to pick up riskier assets such as equities amid slightly easing concerns about U.S.-China trade war after the U.S. eased some restrictions on Chinese telecom major Huawei.

Crude oil futures are up on Tuesday, extending gains from previous session, amid an escalation in tensions in the Middle East and on speculation the OPEC will continue to produce less crude for some more time.

Crude oil prices edged higher on Monday as prospects of a likely fall in supply amid an escalation in tensions in the Middle East and on OPEC's indication that it is likely to maintain production cuts for some more time.

After falling to a fresh 2-week low earlier in the session, gold prices edged higher on Monday after equities lost ground on trade war jitters and the dollar exhibited some weakness.

Gold prices fell to a more than two-week low on Monday as rising geopolitical risks, trade worries and robust U.S. data helped support demand for the U.S. dollar. Spot gold slipped 0.1 percent to $1,276.41 an ounce at 1025 GMT, after having touched $1,273.22, its lowest level since May 3. U.S. gold...

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