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25 agosto- Forex Trading Technicals: Dollar extends gains vs yen, softer vs euro in Singapore afternoon trade

SINGAPORE - The US dollar extended its gains against the yen in afternoon trade here after Japanese data released earlier showed a smaller-than-expected rise in the July consumer price index, dealers said. But further dollar gains through the European session could be curbed by caution before US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's speech on global economic integration later today at the Kansas City Fed annual Economic Symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, they said. The dollar saw a sharp spike against the yen at the start of the session after Japan released July CPI data, which reflected a revised formula and change in weightings.
Core national CPI for July came in weaker than expected, rising only 0.2 pct from a year earlier after a revised 0.2 pct rise in June, up for the second
consecutive month under a new formula and using 2005 as base year, official data showed.
"The figure was unexpectedly lower as the impact of the change to the formula was larger than anticipated," Takahide Kiuchi, a senior economist at the Nomura Securities Financial and Economic Research Center.
The revised CPI data sparked concerns that the Bank of Japan may rethink its monetary tightening policy and refrain from raising rates further, analysts said.
Euro-dollar meanwhile suffered from the dollar's gains in late Asia and early European dealings, erasing most of the gains it had made in the morning,
dealers said.
But they said further declines may be limited as players brace for the weekend, with Bernanke's speech being the only major event for markets to look at later today.
"The market is hoping for tonight's Fed Symposium to break currencies out of their tight ranges," said DBS Bank analysts.
"Bernanke will seek to assure the market that the weakness in the housing sector is not a precursor to recession," the DBS analysts predicted. "While other Fed officials have indicated that inflation remains a greater risk than slow growth, Bernanke is likely to be more measured and balanced in delivering his message," they said.

28 agosto - Precious Metals: Gold rangebound amid quiet trade

Singapore --28Aug2006/359 am EDT/759 GMT
The spot gold price remained rangebound during the quiet Hong Kong trade Monday afternoon, industry sources said. Local traders said the spot gold
price did not stay too far away from the Asia opening level. Hong Kong gold prices opened slightly higher Monday at $623.30-623.80/oz, up from Friday's close of $623.00-623.50/oz. One trader said the spot gold price was moving within a narrow range of $1-3/oz, following the lackluster trade during New York Friday. Another trader concurred, adding that players were staying sidelines on the back of a public holiday in the UK. The first trader added that trade was thin and players were waiting for the announcement of two major US statistics for August; the non-fund payroll to be released on Monday and consumer confidence for the second quarter this Friday. Gold inched up to $623.50/oz at 0700GMT during Hong Kong trade Monday, up $1/oz from $622.50/oz Friday. Meanwhile, silver was quoted at $12.46/oz, up from $12.43/oz Friday.

The spot platinum price continued the downward trend seen on Friday and slipped during Hong Kong trade Monday. Local traders attributed the weaker spot price to the extreme lack of buying interest. One trader said buyers were on the sidelines on the back of a public holiday in the UK. Another trader concurred, adding that players remained focused on gold price and they are concerned with the strength of the US dollar, pending the announcement of two major US statistics for August; the non-fund payroll to be released on Monday and consumer confidence for the second quarter this Friday. Meanwhile, the spot palladium price held steady, unchanged from Friday, amid thin trade. Platinum dipped to $1,224/oz at 0700 GMT during Hong Kong trade Monday, down $2/oz from $1,226/oz Friday. Palladium was quoted at $346/oz Monday, unchanged from Friday.

 

 





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