Tuesday Outlook: Asian shares up on China gains; dollar slumps

Oil prices rise; gold eases off

  
People wear protective masks as they walk past a panel displaying the Hang Seng Index during morning trading following the outbreak of the new coronavirus in Hong Kong, China March 2, 2020.

People wear protective masks as they walk past a panel displaying the Hang Seng Index during morning trading following the outbreak of the new coronavirus in Hong Kong, China March 2, 2020.

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Asian shares up on China gains but tech worries weigh
Major Wall Street indexes drew back from record highs hit last week

Oil prices rise on weaker dollar, likely drawdown in U.S. stocks
Saudi crude exports drop to eight-month low in February

Dollar slumps to 6-week low with all eyes on interest rate moves
British pound nearly reaches $1.40

Gold eases off seven-week peak as U.S. yields rebound
Spot gold was down 0.2% to $1,766.32 per ounce


 

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