Iya tapi kalo masih banyak penumpang gelap OM BD males naekin cepet2

check base metal price yg real time di mana lagi ya?
Saya dapat  yg delaynya 1 hari lebih.

--- In obrolan-bandar@yahoogroups.com, EKA SUWANDANA <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> Nilai tukar USD pada perdagangan tgl 24 desember ditutup melemah , 
terendah sepanjang sejarah  terhadap EURO (berita terlampir).
> Biasanya (selalu-sih!) kalau dollar amrik melemah seperti akhir 
november lalu, harga emas naik. Dan seminggu ini emas sudah bertahan 
di level 440 USD/ounce. Tertinggi bulan lalu ketika USD menyentuh USD 
1,3 =1 EURO, Gold was at 455USD/ounce.
> Sekarang 1 USD= 1,35 euro, jadi emas bakal=? , emas naik, antm 
pasti naik.
> So guys.....always check Gold price at 
http://www.cnnfn.com/markets/commodities or at http://www.kitco.com 
(utk lihat historical graph).
> Jangan lupa beli ANTM  kalo2 digoreng bandar-nya!  BUY utk 
longterms (januari bakal Rp2200, nickel juga masih tinggi USD 
6.6/lb ), spec.buy utk shrt terms!
> Holiday rally for global markets 
> European shares edge up, Asian stocks hit fresh highs, dollar 
stumbles against euro, oil falls.
> December 24, 2004: 10:21 AM EST 
> LONDON (Reuters) - Stocks pushed higher in Europe and Asia in a 
shortened holiday trading session Friday while the euro hit record 
highs against the dollar for a second day running. 
> Oil prices fell in London and gold edged higher. 
> U.S. markets were closed for the Christmas holiday. Market activity 
is expected to remain light next week in the run-up to the New Year. 
The London Stock Exchange is closed Monday and Tuesday. 
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> In Europe, stocks edged up in a shortened session before Christmas. 
> "This is the time of the year when markets, if they do tend to 
move, they go up. Valuations for most markets, certainly for the UK 
and Europe, are still very attractive," said Mike Lenhoff, chief 
strategist at wealth manager Brewin Dolphin Securities. 
> In London, the FTSE 100 index rose 0.2 percent and the Paris CAC-40 
edged higher. The FTSEurofirst 300 index of European blue-chips held 
its ground, about 3 points below a 2-1/2 year high hit earlier in the 
> Euro rises to fresh highs
> The euro's rise to record highs for a second straight day dashed 
hopes for a seasonal respite in the dollar's long-term downward 
> The euro peaked at a new high of $1.3548 as traders took advantage 
of Thursday's batch of patchy U.S. economic data to sell the 
greenback and buy the European currency. 
> "Momentum is once again against the dollar and the fundamental 
concerns about the U.S. deficits remain," said Chris Gothard, 
currency strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman in London. 
> "This is going to be an issue which hurts the dollar in the new 
year also. Technically there's also pressure on the dollar and in a 
thin market there isn't much support for it," he added. 
> The euro pushed above $1.3500 on Thursday after U.S. new home sales 
tumbled 12 percent in November, the sharpest decline in more than a 
decade, as investors mostly ignored other reports showing an 
improvement in U.S. durable goods orders and consumer confidence. 
> The dollar bought around 103.50, little changed from late Thursday 
in the United States. 
> In energy trading, Brent crude fell more than 1 percent in London 
as traders focused on forecasts for milder winter weather, especially 
in the U.S. Northeast. (For more on oil, click here). 
> Bull run in Asia
> In Tokyo, the Nikkei average closed up 1.4 percent at a 2-1/2 month 
closing high, bolstered by Wall Street's recent run of gains and a 
growing consensus that Japanese stocks looked relatively cheap. 
> Asian shares outside Japan rose to their highest level in nearly 
five years on Friday after U.S. stocks closed at 3-1/2 year peaks. 
> Australian shares resumed their record-breaking rally, rising 0.6 
percent. Shares rose 0.4 percent in South Korea and Taiwan, while 
Singapore shares were flat. Hong Kong was the only loser among major 
regional indexes, falling 0.3 percent. 
> India's key share index continued a dizzying climb Friday, with the 
30-share Bombay Stock Exchange index up about 1 percent. The index is 
up about 11 percent in 2004. 
> For more on Asian markets,click here. 
> Gold edged higher in quiet trading, adding 75 cents to about $442 
an ounce.   
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