Gold and Silver Reports

US ELECTIONS, MONETARY EASING AND SUPPLY SUPPORTING GOLD PRICES

The price of an ounce of gold peaked at a record $2075 an ounce in August but has since slipped back, trading at $1900 an ounce in mid-October. The market consensus is that a Biden win would hit markets, as investors react negatively to a tougher tax and regulatory agenda.

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GOLD RUSH: WILL THE RALLY CONTINUE?

Gold has enjoyed a meteoric rise this year, hitting a record in early August on the back of a weak dollar and continued Federal Reserve support. Negative U.S. real rates have stabilized and started to move higher in August, with gold moving lower as a result. The impact of real

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GOLD ETF WRAP UP BEST RUN IN A DECADE

Last month’s Fed announcement suggesting rates may remain near zero for the foreseeable future, coupled with real rates in most developed countries hovering at negatives, extends an environment where the opportunity cost of gold can remain low for investors. At the same time as economic and geopolitical indicators continue to

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The size of Gold market

  Gold supply fits in 2.6 Olympic swimming pools There are approximately 197,576 tonnes (t) of gold above ground, worth more than INR 685 trillion.  Mine production adds approximately 3,500t per year, equivalent to an annual 1.8% increment. The approximate breakdown of physical gold, based on its use, is: Jewellery:

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Good Monsoon Season: A ray of hope for Rural Gold demand revival amid COVID crisis

Two-thirds of India’s gold demand comes from rural areas, where jewellery is a traditional store of wealth – a fact that is largely a reflection of India’s demographics. According to the World Bank, in 2019, 66% of India’s population lived in rural areas, down from 72% in 2010 and 74%

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Growing potential for gold to cross $1800

Gold opened on a positive note this week, as US President Donald Trump threatened to impose more tariffs against China over the coronavirus pandemic, which Trump alleged originated from a lab in China. The uptick in geopolitical risks is the primary catalyst due to renewed US-Sino tension after the White

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The path to recovery will be gradual

We have seen that gold has been moving sideways since early April. It is trading above Feb-March highs, but it looks like a consolidation within a medium-term uptrend for the yellow metal. On one side it has managed to cross some important levels, on the other side it’s struggling to

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Gold continues to remain in demand

Last week passed in a much quiet phase for the world. It was rumoured that North Korean President was unwell, but later his spokesperson confirmed that he is alive and in good health. While crude did not receive much good news pertaining to demand and overflow, gold had a pretty

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Pumping of liqudity pumos up gold prices

The coronavirus, which emerged in China late last year, has turned into a global pandemic that has claimed lives of over 70,000 people and paralysed large wraps of the global economy. From a spark in prices, gold did witness a minor correction as it dipped in March. The decline in

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Gold fights back as the world fights back COVID-19

Over the past few weeks, Covid-19 has reached into the pandemic stage globally, and is creating havoc not only medically but also economically. We have seen Covid-19 evolve from a predominantly Chinese outbreak to a global crisis. As of 1st April, 2020, there have been nearly 859,929 confirmed cases and

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