Thursday Outlook: Chinese stocks in tentative bounce; oil prices remain near $75

Gold hits one-week high; Powell presses pause on dollar's rally

  
A screen displays share prices in the Central district outside the Hong Kong Exchanges, China September 14, 2020.

A screen displays share prices in the Central district outside the Hong Kong Exchanges, China September 14, 2020.

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Chinese stocks in tentative bounce, Fed in no hurry to taper
Facebook stock down after warning on revenue growth

Oil prices slip but remain near $75 after large inventory drawdown
EIA reports 4.1 million barrel U.S. crude inventories drop

Gold hits one-week high after Fed fails to signal taper timeline
U.S. gold futures climbed 0.9% to $1,815.30 per ounce

Powell presses pause on dollar's rally; sterling surging
Euro is now above its 20-day moving average


 

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