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“We’ll get a few further clues as to whether the Fed can afford to play Scrooge leading up to the festive season,” said Deutsche Bank’s Jim Reid in a morning research note, referring to the possible pace and timing of the Federal Reserve’s eventual cutting back in its monthly asset purchases. Later in the session, a report on pending home sales in October is expected. Asian shares kicked off the week mostly higher after a historic deal over Iran’s nuclear program bolstered risk appetite, sending the yen sharply lower against major counterparts. Brent crude fell by as much as $3 a barrel on Monday before paring losses, as a breakthrough nuclear between world powers and Iran over the weekend eased oil supply fears. Brent was trading down nearly $2 near $109, after slipping $3 to hit a low of $108.05 earlier in the session. U.S. oil fell more than $1 to under $94. Gold slid more than 1 percent on Monday as a rise in equities and a firmer U.S. dollar dented the metal’s safe-haven appeal after an agreement was reached to curb Iran’s nuclear program, and as technical selling intensified. Spot gold fell as much as 1.2 percent to $1,229.44 – its lowest since early July – and was last near $1,232. U.S. gold futures also fell 1 percent to $1,231 an ounce.
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