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Gold futures finished lower on Friday as firmer yields, a stronger U.S. Dollar and higher equity prices weighed on demand for the non-yielding dollar-denominated asset. The bullish tone in the stock market and recent plunge in Treasury yields are just two examples supporting the Fed’s notion that the rise in inflation is temporary or “transitory”. Keep an eye on the Treasury yields and the U.S. Dollar.
GNTX earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2021.
IHS Markit (INFO) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
The research firm IHS Markit said its PMI data show an easing of growth after a spurt in the second quarter as firms continued to grapple with capacity restrains.
U.S. business activity grew at a moderate pace for a second straight month in July amid supply constraints, suggesting a cooling in economic activity after what was expected to have been a robust second quarter. Data firm IHS Markit said on Friday its flash U.S. Composite PMI Output Index, which tracks the manufacturing and services sectors, fell to a four-month low of 59.7 from 63.7 in June.
The "pingdemic" is crippling Britain's recovery as the economy suffers a near-£5 billion blow from millions of self-isolating staff who cannot work from home, analysts have warned. Private sector firms last month suffered their slowest growth since the start of unlocking in April as a surge in self-isolating staff worsened recruitment difficulties and labour shortages, monthly Purchasing Managers' Index data show. More than 600,000 people have been pinged by the NHS Trace and Trace app and been
(Bloomberg) -- Britain’s economy showed signs of slowing in July as euphoria following the easing of coronavirus restrictions eased and a resurgence of the coronavirus caused widespread staff shortages.An index based on a survey of purchasing managers fell unexpectedly to its lowest since March, when most stores and restaurants were still shut, IHS Markit said on Friday. The findings contrast with official government statistics showing a surge in retail sales last month when consumers splashed o
Britain's rapid economic bounce-back from the coronavirus pandemic slowed sharply in July as a new wave of cases forced hundreds of thousands of workers to self-isolate under government rules to limit the spread of the disease. Supermarkets and hauliers said this week that staff shortages were making it hard to restock shelves and deliver goods, and Friday's monthly purchasing managers' index (PMI) data gave the first clear evidence of the scale of the impact. "July saw the UK economy's recent growth spurt stifled by the rising wave of virus infections, which subdued customer demand, disrupted supply chains and caused widespread staff shortages, and also cast a darkening shadow over the outlook," Chris Williamson, chief business economist at IHS Markit, said.
LONDON (Reuters) -Euro zone business activity expanded at its fastest monthly pace in over two decades in July as the loosening of more COVID-19 restrictions gave a boost to services but fears of another wave of infections hit business confidence, a survey showed.
The German economy continued its strong recovery in July with IHS Markit's flash composite Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) hitting its highest level in nearly a quarter of a century, creating inflationary bottlenecks. That was fueled by strong demand, partly resulting from an easing of virus containment measures in Europe's largest economy. Firms, facing capacity constraints, took on staff at an unprecedented rate, Markit said.