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Gold hits lowest level since January as selling pressure intensifies

Updated  Sep 11, 2014 12:50:00 PM

Gold is down for a fourth day, now at its lowest level since January.  And worryingly for the bulls, the downward pressure may be about to increase with another key support level broken – more on this later. The precious metal has been undermined by the deadly combination of a stronger US dollar and the still-resilient equities, and also the lack of inflation in the major global economies.  Until at least one of these themes  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gold lower as dollar shrugs off poor US jobs data; $1240 could be revisited soon

Updated  Sep 8, 2014 12:22:24 PM

Just like crude oil, gold is trading sharply lower on this first day of the week. On Friday, a slightly disappointing US jobs report caused the dollar to give back some of its recent advance and made gold appear more appealing on a relative basis and also from a safe haven demand point of view.  But the yellow precious metal has resumed its downward trajectory today with investors apparently showing little or no concern  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gold may extend falls if NFP tops expectations, testing key support level

Updated  Sep 5, 2014 7:20:00 AM

The price of gold fell sharply in dollar terms on Thursday as the US currency appreciated (vis-à-vis the EUR/USD pair) in response to the European Central Bank’s surprise easing measures that were aimed at stimulating growth and stocking inflation in the single currency bloc. The ECB unexpectedly cut its benchmark interest rate to 0.05% from 0.15% and the deposit rate to negative 0.2 per cent. The Bank also announced that it will start buying asset-backed  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gold steady ahead of a busy week

Updated  Sep 1, 2014 12:45:00 PM

Gold is little-changed today, mirroring the price action of nearly all the other financial markets.  Undoubtedly it is the absence of US investors due to the Labor Day holiday which has been the main reason behind the uninspiring trading conditions. On Friday, gold finished the session lower but still managed to end higher on the week. That was the first gain in the last three weeks and the second in the last seven. Clearly, the  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gartley Gently Guiding Gold to $1260 Garrison

Updated  Aug 22, 2014 2:15:00 PM

With this week’s big bullish move in the US dollar, it’s not surprising to see commodities like oil and gold have taken a hit. In particular, gold traded down nearly 30 points over the first four days of the week before stabilizing around $1280 today. That said, a developing bullish pattern suggests that gold could find strong support if the selloff extends toward $1260 next week. Since the start of June, gold has carved  [...] Continue Reading ...

The weak oil price: an explainer

Updated  Aug 12, 2014 10:30:00 AM

Considering the amount of geopolitical risk going on, one may wonder why Brent crude oil has dipped to its lowest level of the year so far. Russia/ Ukraine tensions remain on-going, Iraq is in the throes of civil war and Libya is also descending into chaos once again. Since Europe relies on Russia and the Middle East for most of its energy needs, it is puzzling why the market seems so sanguine. Rather than buy  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gold’s Big Breakout: Could 5-Month Highs Be Next?

Updated  Aug 7, 2014 3:20:00 PM

Since topping out at 1345 one month ago, gold hasn’t given bulls anything to cheer about. The yellow metal has put in a series of short-term lower highs and lower lows, culminating in last week’s drop to the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement at $1280. Since then, a bout of risk aversion has taken hold of the market, driving traditional safe havens like the US Dollar, Japanese yen, US Treasuries, and gold to new heights; in fact,  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gold undermined by dollar, techs suggest possible bounce

Updated  Aug 4, 2014 12:40:00 PM

At the time of this writing, gold has relinquished about half of the gains it made on Friday. Today the yellow metal is weighed down by a slightly stronger US dollar and apparently weaker demand for safe havens as equities have been relatively stable following a two-day slide at the end of last week. Nevertheless, from a technical view point there is a possibility that gold may have found a base around $1280 and that  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gold Battered by Buck’s Surge, but Short-term Support Sits at 1272

Updated  Jul 31, 2014 1:25:00 PM

Despite seeing some hints of “risk-off” trade in other markets, traditional safe-haven gold has failed to catch a bid this week. In fact, the yellow metal has actually dropped to a 6-week low below $1290 in today’s early US session. The persistent strength in the U.S. dollar is undoubtedly one of the biggest factors driving gold lower; all things equal, if the value of the dollar rises, it will take fewer of them to buy  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gold plunges on improved appetite for risk

Updated  Jul 24, 2014 12:10:00 PM

Just like the past few days, gold is once again weighed down by the deadly combination of stronger dollar and US equities. The greenback’s strength is bizarre given the big disappointment we had in terms of housing market data as new home sales plunged in June from an already low base the month before. Sales of new homes dropped to 406,000 annualised units in June from 442,000 in May (the original estimate for May was  [...] Continue Reading ...

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