Wednesday Outlook: Asian shares fall; oil near multi-year high

Gold likely to remain choppy; dollar firm

  
A man wears a protective mask as he walk past a panel displaying the Hang Seng Index during morning trading, following the outbreak of the new coronavirus, in Hong Kong, China March 13, 2020.

A man wears a protective mask as he walk past a panel displaying the Hang Seng Index during morning trading, following the outbreak of the new coronavirus, in Hong Kong, China March 13, 2020.

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Oil near multi-year highs, Asian shares fall
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.6%

Dollar firm ahead of payrolls; kiwi shrugs off rate hike
The euro was pinned below $1.16 and last bought $1.1590

U.S. oil rises to highest since 2014 amid global energy crunch
Brent crude prices also climbed for a fourth day

Gold slips as dollar gains, inflation concerns cap losses
Gold likely to remain choppy ahead of U.S. jobs data- analyst


 

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