|28 November, 2019

Thursday Outlook: Shares waver, gold gains, oil drops

Worries about U.S.-China relations boost safe havens; Gulf stocks slide

Image used for illustrative purpose. A one kilo gold bar is displayed in a shop in Dubai's gold souk, April 11, 2006.

Image used for illustrative purpose. A one kilo gold bar is displayed in a shop in Dubai's gold souk, April 11, 2006.

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Asian shares waver as Hong Kong tensions spoil festive mood
Hong Kong law dents optimistic mood

Oil drops as U.S. inventory build, record output rekindles supply worries
Crude stockpiles in the United States swelled 1.6 million barrels last week as production hit a record high

Yen gains, yuan falls as Hong Kong tensions muddy trade progress
U.S. economic data to limit dollar's downside

Gulf stocks slide as MSCI rebalancing prompts passive fund outflows
In Dubai, the index ended flat as gains in industrials were offset by losses in property stocks


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