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US Presidential Election: Potential Market Impacts

Updated  Sep 28, 2016 1:00:00 PM

The US presidential election, scheduled for November 8, 2016, promises to be exceptionally unique with potentially far-reaching consequences, whichever way the final vote tally ultimately goes. In the financial markets, these consequences are apt to lead to significant market price movements and volatility, all depending on the rapidly unfolding outcome of this historic race and the prevailing market sentiments towards the two primary candidates. The two candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, represent virtually polar  [...] Continue Reading ...

US presidential debate moves unwind; gold coiling for breakout

Updated  Sep 27, 2016 9:22:55 AM

The market’s initial response to the US presidential election debate overnight was a clear sigh of relief. The Mexican Peso, which had hit a record low against the dollar just the day before, surged higher, as too did the Canadian dollar, Japanese Yen and global stock index futures. However most of those moves have already reversed as traders were quick to take profit, knowing full well that a TV debate may not necessarily impact the  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gold rises to critical level on lower-for-longer policy signals

Updated  Sep 22, 2016 3:40:00 PM

The price of gold extended its rebound modestly on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve provided some key signals on Wednesday that, despite a considerable probability of one Fed rate hike by the end of this year, the pace of any further rate hikes going forward will likely be even slower and more gradual than previously forecast. The Fed’s newly-updated September “dot plot”, which was revealed on Wednesday, is used to describe Fed officials’ current  [...] Continue Reading ...

Silver shines as yields, dollar dip

Updated  Sep 22, 2016 1:28:00 PM

Precious metals have found strong support over the past couple of days, with gold surging back to $1340 and silver to $20.00 per troy ounce. The US dollar has weakened while benchmark government bond yields have fallen across the board once again. This is mainly due to a slightly more dovish Federal Reserve and as the Bank of Japan announced new set of policy measures aimed at extending its quantitative easing programme in order to  [...] Continue Reading ...

FOMC Recap

Updated  Sep 21, 2016 4:10:00 PM

The highly-anticipated Federal Open Market Committee meeting and statement has come and gone, and the Fed opted to keep rates unchanged at 0.25-0.50%, as widely expected. However, the specifics surrounding the statement could not have been more lacking in any real direction, as is usually the case. This lack of direction was readily reflected in the immediate market reaction, which mirrored the Fed’s characteristically hesitant and uncertain stance. In keeping rates unchanged, the statement read:  [...] Continue Reading ...

FOMC Preview

Updated  Sep 21, 2016 11:30:00 AM

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) early on Wednesday opted to keep its negative interest rates unchanged but instead announced a set of new measures to extend quantitative easing and expand its monetary base for the “long run.” These measures include the purchase of 10-year government bonds (JGBs) to target a yield of 0%. To some, this announcement served as an unspoken acknowledgement that the BoJ had, as long suspected, begun to approach its limits of  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gold struggles to shine ahead of central bank decisions

Updated  Sep 20, 2016 1:00:00 PM

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) and US Federal Reserve are slated to reveal their monetary policy decisions on Wednesday. Meanwhile, the price of gold has been under consistent pressure in the past several weeks as its safe haven appeal has eroded in the face of relatively well-supported global markets. Despite this pressure, the upcoming central bank decisions could make a significantly positive impact on the price of gold, particularly if a dovish-talking Fed refrains from  [...] Continue Reading ...

Stagnating gold could see boost on Fed decision

Updated  Sep 15, 2016 2:00:00 PM

On Thursday, the Bank of England held interest rates and monetary policy steady, as widely expected, but still kept the door open for further possible easing this year. Attention has now turned to the US Federal Reserve, as well as the Bank of Japan, ahead of their potentially pivotal meetings next week. Ahead of the Fed meeting, a plethora of US economic data was released on Thursday, mostly worse than expected, which generally did not  [...] Continue Reading ...

Gold poised for breakout on ‘lower-for-longer’ interest rates

Updated  Sep 8, 2016 1:15:00 PM

Though the European Central Bank (ECB) announced its decision on Thursday to leave its monetary policy unchanged, as expected, it is still widely anticipated that the central bank will soon be in the position to extend its easing programs further. Meanwhile, the long-awaited 2nd rate hike in ten years by the US Federal Reserve has still failed to materialize, and may well have hit a further snag after a series of relatively weak US economic  [...] Continue Reading ...

Precious metals shining brightly

Updated  Sep 6, 2016 8:30:00 AM

Gold and silver have extended their gains made on the back of the weaker-than-expected US employment report on Friday. The dollar-denominated commodities have obviously found support from a slightly weaker dollar as investors lowered their expectations about the timing of the next rate increase. With the key US ISM services PMI due to be released shortly, the near-term outlook for the dollar, and in turn precious metals, could change course once again. The ISM  [...] Continue Reading ...

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