G
G

GOLD

Trade Ideas

Traders Sentiment

Technical Summary

Hourly

News

Inflation punches Wall Street again, ending knock-down quarter

(Updates to U.S. market close) * More pain for stocks; S&P500 down nearly 5% in Q3 * Dollar flat, sterling rises after week of turmoil * Treasury yields tick up, stay near highs for year * Oil prices retreat By Lawrence Delevingne Sept 30 (Reuters) - Wall Street and global stocks slumped further on Friday, with government bond yields and the dollar holding near recent peaks, as higher-than-expected inflation capped a nasty third quarter for world markets.
G
U
U
O
B

Lingering inflation keeps Wall Street muted to end brutal quarter

(Updates to afternoon U.S. trading) * Dollar flat, sterling ticks up after week of turmoil * Treasury yields little changed * Oil prices retreat By Lawrence Delevingne Sept 30 (Reuters) - Wall Street and global stocks made up little ground on Friday, with government bond yields and the dollar holding near recent peaks, as higher-than-expected inflation continued to weigh on markets.
G
U
U
O
B

Lingering inflation keeps Wall Street mixed to end brutal quarter

(Updates prices for U.S. morning trading) * U.S. stocks make timid recovery as brutal Q3 comes to an end * Dollar flat, sterling ticks up after week of turmoil * Treasury yields little changed * Oil prices retreat By Lawrence Delevingne and Elizabeth Howcroft Sept 30 (Reuters) - Wall Street and global stocks made little ground on Friday, with government bond yields and the dollar holding near recent peaks, as higher-than-expected inflation continued to weigh on markets.
G
U
U
O
B

Gold bound for dismal quarter on aggressive rate hike fears

* Gold down 8% for the quarter * Silver, platinum set for second straight quarterly declines * Palladium adds about 12% so far this quarter * Dollar faces a weekly decline (Updates prices) By Kavya Guduru Sept 30 (Reuters) - Gold rose to a one-week high on Friday as the dollar retreated from recent highs but bullion was headed towards its worst quarter since March last year, buckling under fears of impending large interest rate hikes by the U.S.
G
S

Wall Street keeps stocks down, dollar up on inflation

(Updates to U.S. market open) * U.S. stocks tick down as brutal Q3 comes to an end * Dollar moves higher, sterling, euro dip after week of turmoil * Treasury yields pull back * Oil down By Lawrence Delevingne and Elizabeth Howcroft Sept 30 (Reuters) - Wall Street and global stocks fell again on Friday, or barely recovered, with government bond yields pulling back from recent peaks and the dollar pushing ever higher, as higher-than-expected inflation continued to weigh on markets.
G
U
U
O
B

Conditions

Popular Assets

Disclaimer: The XM Group entities provide execution-only service and access to our Online Trading Facility, permitting a person to view and/or use the content available on or via the website, is not intended to change or expand on this, nor does it change or expand on this. Such access and use are always subject to: (i) Terms and Conditions; (ii) Risk Warnings; and (iii) Full Disclaimer. Such content is therefore provided as no more than general information. Particularly, please be aware that the contents of our Online Trading Facility are neither a solicitation, nor an offer to enter any transactions on the financial markets. Trading on any financial market involves a significant level of risk to your capital.

All material published on our Online Trading Facility is intended for educational/informational purposes only, and does not contain – nor should it be considered as containing – financial, investment tax or trading advice and recommendations; or a record of our trading prices; or an offer of, or solicitation for, a transaction in any financial instruments; or unsolicited financial promotions to you.

Any third-party content, as well as content prepared by XM, such as: opinions, news, research, analyses, prices and other information or links to third-party sites contained on this website are provided on an “as-is” basis, as general market commentary, and do not constitute investment advice. To the extent that any content is construed as investment research, you must note and accept that the content was not intended to and has not been prepared in accordance with legal requirements designed to promote the independence of investment research and as such, it would be considered as marketing communication under the relevant laws and regulations. Please ensure that you have read and understood our Notification on Non-Independent Investment. Research and Risk Warning concerning the foregoing information, which can be accessed here.

We are using cookies to give you the best experience on our website. Read more or change your cookie settings.

Risk Warning: Your capital is at risk. Leveraged products may not be suitable for everyone. Please consider our Risk Disclosure.