Thursday, 28 January 2016

Daily Mcx Market Update On Crude oil And Gold

Crude oil
U.S. crude futures dropped more than 1 percent in Asian trading on Thursday, paring gains of nearly 3 percent made in the previous session after Russia held out the possibility of cooperating with OPEC to control global oversupply.
U.S. crude had declined 33 cents to $31.97 a barrel by 0112 GMT. It settled the previous session up 85 cents at $32.30 a barrel, a 2.7-percent gain.
Brent crude had eased 26 cents to $32.84, after ending up 4.1 percent at $33.10 a barrel.


Gold held near its highest level since November early on Thursday after the Federal Reserve said it was closely eyeing the global economy amid weakness seen from China to Europe.
After keeping U.S. interest rates unchanged as expected, Fed policymakers said the economy was still on track for moderate growth and a stronger labour market even with "gradual" rate increases, suggesting its concern about global events had diminished but not squashed chances of a rate hike in March.

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