Daily Archives: July 25, 2018

25Jul

Singapore-based Cloud Alliance signs e-pay, gaming MOU with unit of Hong Kong-recorded Shunten International

CLOUD Alliance, Singapore-headquartered payments and gaming firm, has gone into an update of comprehension (MOU) with a unit of Shunten International, a Hong Kong-recorded supplier of online installment administrations, to team up in zones, for example, e-installments and gaming.

In a recording with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Wednesday, Shunten International said that the MOU tries to extend the organization’s WeChat cross-fringe installment business by utilizing Cloud Alliance’s installment arrangements and partnershipwith Unity to contact a huge number of diversion designers and gamers.

Solidarity is an amusement improvement motor inside which Cloud Alliance’s leader item and installment aggregator device, CloudMoolah, is coordinated. CloudMoolah empowers Unity designers to get to in excess of 500,000 retail purpose of-offers and in excess of 100 million gamers crosswise over South-east Asia; CloudMoolah has a selective association with Unity in South-east Asia to co-build up a conveyance stage for portable amusements made with Unity, said Shunten International.

A refundable sincere cash of HK$1 million (about S$173,702) will be payable by Wonderful Future to Cloud Alliance upon the marking of this MOU, which will be held by Cloud Alliance amid the eliteness period, Shunten International included. The selectiveness period alludes to the two-month time frame after the date of execution of the MOU, amid which Wonderful Future has the elite ideal to consult with Cloud Alliance in connection to the terms of the proposed participation.

Shunten International stated: “so as to additionally build up the gathering’s WeChat cross-fringe installment business, the executives consider that it is in light of a legitimate concern for the organization and its investors all in all to go into the MOU to investigate the likelihood of co-working with Cloud Alliance to infiltrate into the current e-installment organizations and systems of Cloud Alliance.”

25Jul

COMEX MARKET IN SINGAPORE| GOLD TRADING FORECAST TODAY

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INTERNATIONAL COMEX NEWS

  • Gold prices were trading slightly lower on Tuesday as the dollar edged up after a sharp decline in the previous session. Gold Futures for August delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchangeis was down 0.47% to a trading price of $1,219.8 each troy ounce at 1:10AM ET (05:10 GMT).
  • Rising oil revenues are greatly improving the outlook for budget and trade balances among Gulf Arab countries but will do very little to boost economic growth, a quarterly Reuters poll of economists showed. The benchmark Brent oil price (LCOc1) has averaged about $71.60 a barrel so far this year, up from $55 last year. Also, Gulf states are set to export more oil this year after global producers agreed last month to boost output, partly to compensate for anticipated losses in production by Iran, which faces U.S. sanctions.
  • U.S. crude oil prices were higher on Tuesday, as Iran threatened to retaliate against the U.S. if the government tries to block its oil exports. West Texas Crude oil futures rose 1.24% to $68.73 a barrel as of 10:32 AM ET (14:32 GMT). Meanwhile Brent crude futures, the benchmark for oil prices outside the U.S., increased 0.79% to $73.64. The U.S. has threatened to block oil trade with Iran after Trump withdrew from the nuclear agreement with Tehran.

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ECONOMY NEWS

  • The trade is familiar to investors worldwide: in times of turmoil, rush for cover by buying the Japanese yen. This year a global trade row has erupted, Donald Trump has lamented the dollar’s strength – ignoring a custom that U.S. presidents avoid openly interfering in financial markets – and the Chinese yuan has tumbled. And yet the yen has stayed resolutely weak, becoming the weakest of the G10 developed market currencies this month.
  • The International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday that the U.S. dollar is over-valued, China’s yuan is in line with fundamentals and nearly half of global current account balances are now excessive, adding to growth risks and trade tensions. The IMF, in its annual External Sector Report, which assesses exchange rates and current account surpluses and deficits, also said current account surpluses and deficits are becoming increasingly concentrated in advanced economies.
  • The chief trade negotiator of the incoming Mexican administration, Jesus Seade, said on Tuesday he expected the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)to be agreed in the next few months. “What I see … to be a very feasible expectation is that we’ll be concluding the negotiation in the next two months if possible, or in the next few months a bit further down the road,” Seade told Mexican radio.

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