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  • Gold prices edge lower on firmer dollar
    Gold prices slipped on Monday, as a stronger U.S. dollar made the greenback-priced metal more expensive for buyers holding other currencies. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold was down 0.2% at $1,752.66 per ounce, as of 0016 GMT. U.S. gold futures fell 0.1% to $1,751.80. * The dollar index was up 0.3%.... Read more »
  • Oil Edges Lower With China Unrest Rippling Through World Markets
    Oil edged lower as unrest in China hurt risk appetite and the demand outlook, adding to stresses in an already-fragile global crude market.... Read more »
  • Sunak Faces Tory Rebellion for Keeping Ban on Onshore Wind Farms
    UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is facing pushback from his ruling Conservatives as they try to force the government to drop a ban on new onshore wind farms.... Read more »
  • Top Economic Events to Jan. 31
    Nov 28 (Reuters) – For other diaries, please see: Top Economic Events Emerging Markets Economic Events Government Debt Auctions Political and General News U.S. Federal Reserve Today in Washington ————————————————————- This Diary is filed daily. ** Indicates new events ————————————————————- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28 LONDON – Participation by ECB Board Member... Read more »
  • UK to launch new billion-pound home insulation program
    LONDON — Britain’s government intends to make 1 billion pounds ($1.2 billion) of public funding available for home insulation projects from early next year, widening access to assistance that was previously only available to poorer households. The government said the proposed scheme would run from early 2023 until March 2026... Read more »
  • Putin’s War Leaves West More Reliant Than Ever on Asian Fuel
    The war in Ukraine is strengthening the role of Asia and the Middle East as the world’s main providers of fuels like diesel and gasoline that are crucial to the global economy.... Read more »
  • Toubani Resources to Commence Trading on ASX
    TORONTO, Nov. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Toubani Resources, Inc. (ASX: TRE; TSX-V: TRE) (“Toubani Resources” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the Company`s securities will commence trading today on the Australian Securities Exchange (“ASX”) under the ASX code TRE. Highlights: Shares were admitted to the Official List... Read more »

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  • No monkeying around on special DHL flight
    DHL Express has delivered a Western lowland gorilla to ZSL London Zoo as part of an international breeding programme for... Read More The post No monkeying around on special DHL flight appeared first on Air Cargo News.... Read more »
  • ITA Airways Cargo adds capacity to WebCargo
    ITA Airways Cargo is partnering with global freight booking platform WebCargo to enable forwarders across 19 countries to easily price... Read More The post ITA Airways Cargo adds capacity to WebCargo appeared first on Air Cargo News.... Read more »
  • Wallenborn acquires stake in Skyroad Logistics
    Air cargo road feeder services (RFS) operator Wallenborn is acquiring a shareholding in Australian RFS firm Skyroad Logistics. The stake,... Read More The post Wallenborn acquires stake in Skyroad Logistics appeared first on Air Cargo News.... Read more »
  • RwandAir adds first dedicated freighter
    RwandAir has taken delivery of its first dedicated cargo aircraft as it looks to expand its cargo operation in Africa... Read More The post RwandAir adds first dedicated freighter appeared first on Air Cargo News.... Read more »
  • Air France KLM cargo handlers to join Frankfurt strike
    Air France/KLM cargo ground handling staff at Frankfurt Airport are set to stage a one-day “warning” strike tomorrow (Friday, November... Read More The post Air France KLM cargo handlers to join Frankfurt strike appeared first on Air Cargo News.... Read more »
  • Envirotainer expands pharma offering in Singapore
    Envirotainer has opened a new CryoSure station in Singapore that expands the global availability of the ultra-cold solution for the... Read More The post Envirotainer expands pharma offering in Singapore appeared first on Air Cargo News.... Read more »
  • MSC drops out of bid with Lufthansa for ITA Airways
    Lufthansa now faces a decision on whether to continue its play for ITA Airways after Mediterranean Shipping Co. (MSC) declared... Read More The post MSC drops out of bid with Lufthansa for ITA Airways appeared first on Air Cargo News.... Read more »

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  • Australian data - October retail sales fall 0.2% m/m (vs. expected +0.5%)
    <p>Australia, retail trade for October: -0.2% </p><ul><li>survey +0.5%</li><li>prior +0.6%</li><li>for the y/y, +12.5% compared with October 2021</li></ul><p>Very weak data for retail sales in October. Higher interest rates will go some way as an explanation. Falling house prices (wealth effect) too.</p><p>Earlier today we had the Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Lowe saying... Read more »
  • China's PBOC is expected to set the USD/CNY reference rate at 7.1695 – Reuters estimate
    <p>Offshore yuan has dropped, the USD is bid on the news out of China.</p><p class="text-align-start vertical-align-baseline">As I posted the early indications here:</p><ul><li><a href="https://www.forexlive.com/news/monday-morning-open-levels-indicative-forex-rates-28-november-2022-20221127/" rel="follow" target="_blank" data-article-link="true" class="article-link">Monday morning open levels - indicative forex rates - 28 November 2022</a></li></ul><p class="text-align-start vertical-align-baseline">The USD is firmer, with yen not too far behind due... Read more »
  • Oil - US gives Chevron limited license to pump oil in Venezuela
    <p>On Saturday the US Treasury Department said it had authorized Chevron to resume "natural resource extraction operations." </p><p>Chevron may now resume activity in its oil fields alongside a joint venture with the Venezuelan national oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela SA.</p><p>Chevron had been banned from pumping due to US sanctions against... Read more »
  • Uk energy price crisis - government to launch new billion-pound home insulation program
    <p>Chancellor Jeremy Hunt in a statement. Outlined the new scheme. </p><ul><li>to run from early 2023 until March 2026</li><li>target is to reduce energy consumption by 15% by 2030</li><li>"Our new ECO+ scheme will help hundreds of thousands of people across the UK to better insulate their homes to reduce consumption, with the... Read more »
  • RBA Gov. Lowe says demand is too strong relative to supply
    <p>From Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Lowe, his appearance before the Australian parliament&apos;s Senate Economics Legislation Committee (Additional Budget Estimates).</p><ul><li> Worries about housing supply as population grows</li><li>Expect to see rising rental pressure over next year</li><li>Demand too strong relative to supply</li><li>Unsure about labor market, price response to supply shock</li><li>Fiscal policy has... Read more »
  • US equity emini futures lower to begin the week - risk trade impacted by China protests
    <p class="text-align-start vertical-align-baseline">As I posted the early indications here:</p><ul><li><a href="https://www.forexlive.com/news/monday-morning-open-levels-indicative-forex-rates-28-november-2022-20221127/" rel="follow" target="_blank" data-article-link="true" class="article-link">Monday morning open levels - indicative forex rates - 28 November 2022</a></li></ul><p class="text-align-start vertical-align-baseline">The USD is firmer, with yen not too far behind due to China news over the weekend:</p><ul><li><a href="https://www.forexlive.com/news/covid-protests-erupt-across-china-step-down-xi-jinping-step-down-communist-party-20221127/" rel="follow" target="_blank" data-article-link="true" class="article-link">COVID - Protests... Read more »
  • ICYMI - US latest crackdown on the Chinese tech, bans Huawei, ZTE equipment sales
    <p>An announcement from the US Federal Communications Commission on Friday. Its banned approvals of new telecommunications equipment from China’s Huawei Technologies and ZTE because they pose “an unacceptable risk” to US national security.</p><p>Also halted the sale or import of equipment made by China’s surveillance equipment maker Dahua Technology, video surveillance... Read more »

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