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The rise in oil futures contracts … and the decline in gold futures 19-08-2020

News Date: 19/8/2020 06:08:50

Today, gold futures contracts for next September delivery decreased by 0.58%, to be traded at a price of $ 2001.5 an ounce. It had previously traded in a lower session until the levels of 1923.00, and contracts are expected to find support points at the level of 1923.0, and resistance points at $ 2024.6 per ounce.

While futures contracts for silver for September delivery fell 1.07% to trade at a price of $ 27,775 an ounce.


Oil futures contracts for September delivery rose 0.44%, to trade at $ 42.7 a barrel. It had previously traded in a bullish session, reaching at $ 42.76 a barrel, and crude oil is expected to find support points at $ 41.62, and resistance points at $ 42.99.

 Also, the price of Brent oil increased by 0.64% in October, to be traded at $ 45.17 a barrel.


Speaking of Japanese stock indices, the Nikkei 225 index rose 0.26%, to 23110.61 points, after recording losses in the past two days, and the Topix index rose 0.18% to 1613.73 points.

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