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Gold will be strong for long

In times of crisis and uncertainties gold has always been the most preferred form of investment due to its safe haven appeal. The safe haven status of the yellow metal can be justified by the following characteristics- Better long-term, risk-adjusted returns than other commodities and broad-based commodity indices. More effective

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Gold prices expected to remain relatively steady

Gold and silver have had an exciting run in the past couple of months, and this is taking place exactly because precious metals are doing what they are supposed to do – act as a hedge against economic instability. The price movements of precious metals are difficult for some people to

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Dips adds demand for the yellow metal

Gold has powered ahead this year, hitting a six-year high above $1,500 an ounce. Gold, which did little except glitter for most of the past five years, has seen price gains this year. Gold began the year at $1,279 an ounce, and it is currently trading at $1,498, a 17.1%

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Trade Cautiously

Gold prices have risen nearly 16% this year, and by around $ 100 an ounce this week, as investors turned to the precious metal seen as a safe haven amid the bruising US-China trade and currency war. As the week opened, PBOC of China fixed Yuan at 6.97% against the dollar and Trump

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Gold continues to be viewed as a safe haven asset

Bullion was exposed and pressured by two different situations in the past week as comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell damped expectations for a lengthy easing cycle, while fresh U.S tariff threats a day later fuelled global-growth concerns that renewed demand for the metal as a haven. Payrolls data

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Gold may settle lower

The much awaited Fed meeting finally came to an end. All the speculation and suppositions finally came to a halt. Gold prices fell on Wednesday after a four-day rally but still settled July higher for a third straight month of gains. But if the Federal Reserve cuts interest rates as

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Rate cut vs No Rate cut

Gold has a very pivotal role to play in the global markets especially in times of uncertainties. Some consider gold as a currency, for some it’s a hedging tool, while some take as a commodity and there are many who treat it as a store of value. Irrespective if the

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Be Vigilant

With even a minor drop in gold prices, many players in the market start doubting gold’s rally and raise questions about the gold bubble. Similar things happened this week. Initially gold was pulled down. Mario Draghi positioned up a September easing package but that wasn’t enough for the gold market.

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Gold might perk

We all know that when gold prices rally, all market players join the bull’s bandwagon. Currently also markets have not left a single stone unturned in proving the fact that gold will touch $2000 an ounce by year end and cross Rs. 40,000 per 10 gram in the domestic market.

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Gold Revives

Global equities digested the Feds moderate dovish stance on Monday and most markets remained unchanged but there is a definite down swing on US 10y yields which tumbled from 2.15% to 2.09%. As mentioned earlier that the key reason about the 29th July verdict of Fed would do the “change

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