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Results for 'Gold'

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Gold and silver at key technical junctures

Updated -  Nov 25, 2014 12:50:00 PM


Gold and silver were both trading higher earlier today, but as I go to press they have turned mixed with the former turning flat. The metals found support from a weaker dollar which fell on the back of some mixed-bag US data.  Among the data highlights, consumer sentiment took a surprise tumble in November while the third quarter GDP was unexpectedly revised higher. The Conference Board’s composite index based on a survey of about 5  [...] Continue Reading


Swiss gold referendum: what does this mean for EURCHF?

Updated -  Nov 25, 2014 7:20:00 AM


On Sunday 30th November the Swiss people will go to the polls to decide on a referendum on the Swiss Central Bank’s (the SNB) gold reserves. The proposal put forward by the right wing Swiss People’s Party would require the SNB to hold gold reserves equivalent to 20% of their total assets, all Swiss gold held with foreign central banks would need to be repatriated, and the SNB would need to commit to never selling  [...] Continue Reading


Gold recovers ahead of FOMC minutes, silver testing key level

Updated -  Nov 19, 2014 12:55:00 PM


Gold fell quite dramatically around 15:30 GMT today, shedding in the process around $20 in the space of 20 minutes. Initially, it was not clear what had caused the price slide, for the dollar was relatively stable around the time and there wasn’t any macro data released. But given that the EUR/CHF also “jumped” by a whopping 15 pips around that time, it became clear the move was due to some event in Switzerland.  Indeed,  [...] Continue Reading


Gold holding near Friday’s high, but will the rally last?

Updated -  Nov 17, 2014 8:10:00 AM


Gold is little-changed from Friday, supported by a slightly negative risk sentiment following the unexpected news that Japan fell into a technical recession in the third quarter. But the US dollar has rebounded and this is keeping the gains in check for the buck-denominated yellow precious metal. The lack of any major market moving data from Europe and the US is also discouraging some traders from taking on bold positions, which is also probably why  [...] Continue Reading


EURCHF: Knocking on the SNB’s Front Door at 1.20 Floor Street

Updated -  Nov 11, 2014 8:25:00 AM


While I’ve had November 30th marked in my calendar for months now (it’s my wedding anniversary), FX traders from around the globe are starting to place a big red “X” on the day. That’s because Switzerland’s population will vote on a key referendum that day, with potentially huge implications for global markets: Swiss voters will decide whether the Swiss National Bank should increase its holdings of gold from 8% of FX reserves currently to 20%.  [...] Continue Reading


Gold’s technicals continue to point lower…for now

Updated -  Nov 11, 2014 7:45:00 AM


Friday’s NFP-inspired rally was enough to send gold higher on the week. As well as the slightly disappointing US jobs report, the yellow metal had found some technical support from the 161.8% Fibonacci extension level of the last up move from early October, around $1138. The resulting price action created a bullish-looking hammer candlestick on the weekly chart (see figure 1). Unfortunately for the bulls, the candle finished the week just shy of the  [...] Continue Reading


Gold higher ahead of NFP, recovers from oversold levels

Updated -  Nov 7, 2014 7:35:00 AM


At the time of this writing on Friday morning, gold is a touch higher on the session but down sharply on the week. Since reaching $1255 about three weeks ago, the yellow metal has been on a free-fall. Ignoring today’s bounce, gold has dropped from that peak to a low so far of just under $1132 per troy ounce. To put things into perspective, it has dropped almost 10% during this period, which is obviously  [...] Continue Reading


Precious metals tank as dollar, stocks extend gains

Updated -  Nov 5, 2014 6:40:00 AM


Gold has lost further ground today, dropping to a new four-year low of $1,145. The yellow precious metal has been on a free-fall for about a week now. Traders have rushed for the exits after the Federal Reserve ended QE at their FOMC meeting on Wednesday.  This was obviously a hawkish move by the Fed which caused the dollar to surge higher and the buck-denominated gold to go in the opposite direction. But the fact  [...] Continue Reading


All That Glitters is Not Gold

Updated -  Nov 3, 2014 8:40:00 AM


“All that glisters is not gold; Often you have heard that told.” William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice Perhaps this weekend’s New York Marathon got traders pumped up, because markets are off to a blistering start to the trading week. US equity futures are pointing to an open at all-time highs, EURUSD hit its lowest level in over two years, USDJPY is testing a 7-year high, and Gold has dropped to its lowest level in  [...] Continue Reading


Is gold on the verge of a breakdown?

Updated -  Oct 30, 2014 2:40:00 PM


At the conclusion of the FOMC meeting last night, the Federal Reserve announced it has ended QE.  This was a hawkish move by the Fed which caught a few by surprise, causing the dollar to surge higher and the buck-denominated gold to go in the opposite direction. However the Fed also managed to keep the stock market bulls happy by insisting rates will remain low for a long period. With the dollar and stocks both  [...] Continue Reading


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