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Watch for Brexit aftershocks next week

Updated -  Jun 24, 2016 1:00:00 PM


It was a black Friday in the financial markets after Britain voted to leave the EU in a historic referendum which saw David Cameron resign as Prime Minister. As it became clear that the outcome of the UK referendum was going to be an exit from the EU, the pound literally got pounded as it dropped from an overnight high of 1.50 to sub 1.33 when the news was confirmed, while the FTSE tanked nearly  [...] Continue Reading


Gold’s fortunes hang by a Brexit thread

Updated -  Jun 22, 2016 5:00:00 PM


The price of gold less than a day ahead of Britain’s EU referendum hangs by a very thin thread. Since late last week, when market concerns over a potential Brexit began to wane, that thread has become even more tenuous. The precious metal has been falling for the past week from last week’s long-term high above $1300 resistance as the Remain campaign within the Brexit debate has regained some momentum in recent days. Still, despite  [...] Continue Reading


Gold and Brexit support fall

Updated -  Jun 21, 2016 8:00:00 AM


Safe haven gold has been largely out of favour over the past few days after its recent rally ended abruptly on Thursday of last week, though a weaker US dollar has helped to keep it afloat. Evidently, it has lost out in favour of riskier assets, such as equities and oil, which have stormed back to life, along with the British pound, after a new opinion poll from the UK suggested that the Remain camp’s  [...] Continue Reading


Gold’s rally runs out of juice as focus turns to the Fed

Updated -  Jun 15, 2016 7:10:00 AM


Safe have assets like government bonds and gold are taking a backseat this morning as stocks, crude oil and even the pound bounce back a touch. Clearly, there is an element of profit-taking after this week’s selling of risk-sensitive assets. In addition, traders are wary of a potential surprise from the Federal Reserve at the conclusion of the FOMC’s meeting this evening. So, they are easing off the gas on the markets that have been  [...] Continue Reading


Gold set for solid weekly gain as EU stocks tank

Updated -  Jun 10, 2016 10:30:00 AM


Gold is on track to chalk up solid gains for a second week running. Although the dollar has bounced back in the last couple of days of this week, it had fallen sharply the week prior as contrary to the FOMC’s last meeting minutes, the Fed made it clear that a rate hike on Wednesday of next week was highly unlikely as it expressed concerns about the May US jobs report and the potential implications  [...] Continue Reading


Fed-inspired volatility a silver lining for precious metals?

Updated -  May 19, 2016 12:30:00 PM


Gold and silver prices have taken a big plunge on the back of falling bond prices and rallying US dollar since the release of the FOMC’s last policy meeting minutes on Wednesday and the accompanying hawkish commentary from several Fed officials. All of a sudden the implied probability of a June rate hike, which had been sub-10 per cent a few days ago, has now risen to almost 75 per cent. This basically has diminished  [...] Continue Reading


Hawkish FOMC minutes prompt sharp market reactions

Updated -  May 18, 2016 3:10:00 PM


The minutes from last month’s FOMC meeting were released on Wednesday afternoon. Overall, the release was significantly more hawkish than many had expected, notably stressing that a June interest rate hike would be likely if economic growth data continues to progress as expected. As always, improvements in the labor market and inflation were noted as key precursors to a potential rate hike. During April’s meeting, concerns were brought up about sluggish US economic growth as  [...] Continue Reading


Gold eases as equities, oil jump; trend still bullish

Updated -  May 12, 2016 8:30:00 AM


The price of gold is easing back at the time of this writing as safe haven assets take a back seat with stocks rallying and the dollar rebounding slightly. Other commodities were mostly higher, with crude oil extending its advance for the third day after a surprise drawdown in US crude stocks and another fall in production further boosted expectations of a tighter oil market later in the year. Despite today’s weakness tough, gold is  [...] Continue Reading


Gold finally set for bullish breakout?

Updated -  Apr 28, 2016 1:10:00 PM


After a sharp BOJ-inspired drop this morning, Western equity markets were able to turn slightly higher in the afternoon. Sentiment was partly boosted by the still-rallying oil prices as well as robust earnings from Facebook which helped to lift the social network to a fresh all-time high. Other commodities also rallied as the dollar sold off on the back of a weaker-than-expected first quarter US GDP estimate. This helped to push expectation about the next  [...] Continue Reading


FOMC Recap: A non-event with slightly hawkish undertones

Updated -  Apr 27, 2016 5:10:00 PM


Despite a quick flurry of market activity on Wednesday’s release of the latest FOMC statement, the overall market reaction after the release has been conspicuously muted. This was due to the fact that the statement gave very little in the way of any new direction for US monetary policy. As expected, interest rates were left unchanged. Aside from this, the FOMC reiterated once again that its policy outlook will continue to be dependent upon economic  [...] Continue Reading


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