News Bites Gold and silver trade higher leading into the European open
Gold (0.30%) and silver (0.50%) are exchanging higher earlier today. The yellow metal is drawing nearer $1800/oz again while silver exchanges at $23.66/oz.
Short-term in the Asia Pac region hazard feeling was blended. The Nikkei 225 (0.67%) and ASX (0.11%) shut higher while the Shanghai Composite shut - 0.24% losing money.
Features from for the time being:
FOMC minutes showed that some policymakers were searching for a quicker speed of progress for resource buys.
China monetary press says there is further financial help approaching.
Canada Money Pastor Freeland says will give a financial update in Fall.
Australian feature capex for Q3 - 2.2% q/q (versus expected - 2%).
Germany Q3 last Gross domestic product +1.7% versus +1.8% q/q prelim.
Germany December GfK purchaser certainty - 1.6 versus - 0.5 anticipated.
Japan PPI Administrations for October 1% y/y (expected 1.2%, earlier 0.9%).
NZ October sends out NZD 5.35bn (earlier 4.4bn) and imports NZD 6.64bn (earlier 6.57bn).
Looking forward to the remainder of the meeting features incorporate ECB minutes, Riksbank rate choice, remarks from ECB's Lagarde, Elderson and Schnabel. The U.S. markets are shut for Thanksgiving.