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How to Set Financial Goals for Your Future

Setting short-term financial goals, as well as midterm and long-term, is an important step toward becoming financially secure. If you aren’t working toward anything specific, you’re likely to spend more than you should. You’ll then come up short when you need money for unexpected bills, not to mention when you want to retire. You might get stuck in a vicious cycle of credit card debt and feel like you never have enough cash to get ...
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Dollar down

Dollar Down as Fed Minutes, U.S. Data Weighs

The U.S. dollar fell across the board on Wednesday, after minutes from the Federal Reserve's November meeting showed that most policymakers at the central bank agreed it would soon be appropriate to slow the pace of interest rate hikes. The readout of the Nov. 1-2 meeting, at which the Fed raised its key rate by three-quarters of a percent for the fourth straight time in an effort to combat decades-high inflation, showed officials were largely ...
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GOLD STEADY

Gold steady, Copper Rises Amid Smaller Rate Hike Expectations

Gold prices steadied on Wednesday, while copper extended strong gains as risk-driven assets rallied on expectations that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates at a slower pace in the near-term, which also trimmed dollar gains. A growing number of Fed officials said in recent weeks that the central bank is likely to raise interest rates by a relatively smaller margin - 50 basis points (bps) - in December. This spurred a growing amount of ...
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oil risinig

Oil Rises on Saudi Supply Signals, But Demand Fears Cap

Oil prices rose on Tuesday following commitments to tightening supply from Saudi Arabia and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), although concerns over slowing demand in China and a potential U.S. recession kept gains muted. Crude markets reversed sharp losses in a volatile session on Monday after Saudi Arabia, the leader of the OPEC said reports suggesting that the cartel planned to hike supply in December were false. Instead, the OPEC will commit to ...
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ASIA FX

Asia FX Slammed By China COVID Spike, Russia-Ukraine Woes

Most Asian currencies slumped on Monday, with the yuan hit especially hard as China logged a record jump in daily COVID cases, while the dollar benefited from safe haven demand amid fears of a potential escalation in the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The yuan slid 0.6% to a 10-day low, while its offshore counterpart shed 0.7% as several Chinese cities saw a record spike in new COVID-19 cases. But losses in the currency were somewhat eased by ...
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dubai expo

How The 2022 Dubai Expo Will Enhance Opportunities

Expo 2022 Is A Hub of Experiences That Offers Something to Excite Everyone. Whether You Want to Unleash Your Inner Technologist, Step into The World of Diverse Tastes, Fuel Your Creativity, Or Seek Business Opportunities, Dubai Expo Is the Best Answer for All. It Is a Unique World of Novel Experiences Offering Over 60 Daily Shows and Over 200 Restaurants With World-Class Cuisine. You Will Find Various Theme Weeks That Focus on Global Challenges and ...
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Taiwan export

Taiwan October Export orders Likely contracted Again, But at Slower Pace- Reuters Poll

Taiwan's export orders likely contracted again in October as global demand for technology cools though at a slower rate than the previous month, a Reuters poll showed on Friday The median forecast from a poll of 13 economists was for export orders to fall 1% from a year earlier. Forecasts ranged from an expansion of 1.9% to a contraction of 5.4%. The island's export orders, a bellwether of global technology demand, fell 3.1% in September, ...
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Oil sinks

Oil Sinks Further as China COVID Concerns outweigh Tightening Supply

Oil prices fell further on Thursday as increasing COVID-19 cases in China brewed more doubts over slowing crude demand, even as data showed U.S. inventories dropped far more than expected and as supply appeared to be tightening. China reported over 20,000 daily new cases this week, its highest rise in roughly seven months. While the number is a fraction of the country's population, it was large enough to brew concerns over new restrictions under the ...
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Oil on Edge as Markets weigh Poland Strike, Sluggish Demand

Oil prices fell slightly on Wednesday as investors awaited more clarity on a potential Russian missile strike against Poland, while mixed U.S. inventory data and concerns over slowing Chinese demand also brewed more uncertainty in the market Crude markets were focused squarely on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) response to a Russian-made missile killing two people in the eastern part of Poland. U.S. President Joe Biden said it was “unlikely” that the missile was ...
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OIL PRICE

Oil Prices Dip as Demand Outlook Worsens on China woes, OPEC Warning

Oil prices fell in choppy trade on Tuesday and nursed steep losses this week as weak economic data from China brewed more concerns over worsening demand, although the prospect of smaller U.S. rate hikes and tightening supply helped limit losses. Crude markets plummeted at the beginning of the week after rising COVID cases in major importer China drummed up concerns over stricter lockdown measures, which could hurt crude demand in the world’s largest oil importer ...
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