The core personal consumption expenditures price index for July, the most closely watched by the Federal Reserve, finally showed a rise of 0.2 percent month-on-month, in line with market expectations, and the gold market traded in a narrow range.
The non-farm data comes out tonight, and this week's labor data shows that the numbers should narrow, and if so, it will be positive for gold. today
The recommended range is from $1935 to $1960.
The US gross domestic product for the second quarter and the change in the number of non-farm jobs in the US came out in the evening, both of which fell short of market expectations
The gallery helped delay the Fed's rate hike policy, the dollar and the 10-year Treasury fell slightly, and U.S. stocks rallied. Hong Kong stocks opened on the heels of the US stock rally, but the most
End high open low. The Hang Seng Index opened nearly 100 points higher, having risen as much as 258 points, unable to push ahead after the mainland released a higher-than-expected manufacturing purchasing managers' index
The market continued to rise, and the Hang Seng Index ended the day down 100 points at 18,382.
The eurozone consumer price index yesterday came in higher than expected, and the market is worried that the European Central Bank will raise interest rates at its September meeting
European stock markets adjusted from a rally. The three major European markets ended up separately, with Germany's DAX up 0.35 percent and France's CAC in Paris
Index was down 0.46 percent, while Britain's FTSE 100 index was down 0.65 percent. The core personal consumption expenditures price index, which the Fed watches most closely, finally rose in July, on a monthly basis
It rose 0.2 percent, in line with market expectations and the smallest consecutive gain in more than two years. Meanwhile, personal spending rose 0.8 percent on a monthly basis, more than expected, it showed
Personal spending remained strong after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates, suggesting the economy has a chance to avoid a hard landing. The three main indexes diverged, the Dow Jones
The S&P 500 fell 0.16 percent and the Nasdaq Composite rose 0.11 percent.
The core personal consumption expenditures price index, which the Federal Reserve watches most closely, finally rose 0.2 percent in July, in line with market expectations and for the first time in more than two years
Minimum sequential increase. Gold traded in a narrow range, reaching a high of $1,947.9 and a low of $1,939.2 before settling at $1,940, down $2.30.
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