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Results for 'Gold'

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Gold: will the on-going uncertainty cause the metal to break key level?

Updated -  Oct 16, 2014 9:15:00 AM


Gold continues to remain in favour during this period of great uncertainty and stock market turmoil. It is however a concern that the metal has not yet found greater safe haven demand, which goes to show what investors really think about the outlook for the yellow metal even at times like this. Indeed, ETF investors have yet to show their support and some are exiting the market at these higher levels: despite yesterday’s sharp rally,  [...] Continue Reading


Gold: 5 Reasons We May Have Seen a Near-Term Bottom at 1180

Updated -  Oct 10, 2014 9:00:00 AM


“Gold is a treasure, and he who possesses it does all he wishes to in this world, and succeeds in helping souls into paradise.” - Christopher Columbus Much like his historical reputation, Christopher Columbus’s effusive quote about gold has taken a hit over the past few years. The yellow metal has fallen nearly 40% from its 2011 high above 1900 to trade below 1200 at the start of this week, mirroring Columbus’s own fall from  [...] Continue Reading


Gold: risk-off trade keeps bulls in charge for second day

Updated -  Oct 7, 2014 12:25:00 PM


Gold is holding up relatively well after rallying sharply yesterday when prices took a technical bounce from the key $1180/5 support area. While it is too early to make a judgment on this bounce back – after all, priced had been extremely oversold anyway – there is a possibility that the yellow precious metal may have bottomed out. A quick look at the daily chart reveals a potential triple bottom pattern in the making. This  [...] Continue Reading


Precious metals in technical bounce

Updated -  Oct 6, 2014 7:25:00 AM


So far it has been a rather quiet day thanks to the holidays in most of Asia and the lack of US macroeconomic data. From Europe, we’ve had some disappointing second-tier data although this has not had any notable impact on the euro so far with the EUR/USD currency pair being slightly firmer on the day after bouncing off the key 1.25 level it reached on Friday. Stocks however have pulled back from their best  [...] Continue Reading


Precious metals: rallying dollar continues to undermine gold and silver

Updated -  Sep 30, 2014 11:45:00 AM


The price of gold and silver fell once again this morning and as the metals broke below their recent range lows some follow-up technical selling was triggered which helped to further accelerate the downward move. Yet again, it was the broad-based dollar strength that undermined precious metals. The US currency has been climbing higher on expectations the Federal Reserve will be the first major central bank to raise interest rates in 2015. The greenback found  [...] Continue Reading


Risk off the menu as gold jumps and stocks plunge

Updated -  Sep 25, 2014 11:55:00 AM


Today looked set to be a normal, uneventful, day in the financial markets, with the economic calendar showing no major data releases. The volatility index had fallen back after rising somewhat sharply at the start of the week. Stocks were drifting higher, gold lower and oil sideways. And then BAM! All of a sudden, stocks plunged and gold shot higher as traders sought safety in the precious metal. It is not clear what caused this  [...] Continue Reading


Gold jumps on safe haven demand and as dollar, stocks fall

Updated -  Sep 23, 2014 7:20:48 AM


Risk is off the menu today with stocks plunging and the safe haven yen and gold rising. It is not clear what exactly has caused this latest rise in risk aversion. After all, the conflicts in the Middle East had been on-going but ignored by the financial markets for months now and so the bombing of Syria by the US and its Arab allies is unlikely to be the sole reason boosting demand for safe  [...] Continue Reading


Commodities: crude lower as oil stocks unexpectedly build, gold flat ahead of FOMC

Updated -  Sep 17, 2014 12:00:00 PM


Today’s big risk event is probably the outcome of the FOMC meeting and the corresponding press conference from the Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen. Unless the Fed delivers a hawkish message, the dollar remains in danger of giving back a big chunk of recent gains. If so, this could underpin some of the dollar-denominated commodities, in particular gold and silver while crude oil could also find some support from this source. In fact some of  [...] Continue Reading


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


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