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 Friday showing higher U.S. wages […]

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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 expected without indicating any further […]

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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 role it plays, markets love […]

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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. Well it’s too early and […]

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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 of the Fed’s stance. Gold […]

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Gold Reactive to Daily news

Last week, the price of gold had climbed above the 1.400 USD/oz level, thereby giving rise to the expectation that the yellow metal has now returned to its decade-long upward trajectory. The increase in the price of gold is not only limited to US dollar; it is pretty much the same in virtually all major […]

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$1412 an ounce- key levels to watch for Gold

Gold has rallied in 2019, rising to the highest level in six years, as investors contemplate slowing economic growth, prospects for easier monetary policy in the U.S. and Europe and stale trade frictions. The upswing has been adding momentum as central banks, including authorities in Russia and China, step up purchases. Piling gold reserves has […]

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BUDGET 2019

International markets didn’t witness much volatility as US market remained closed on 4th July over Independence Day. Now there are 2 points to be noted- Firstly, the US DOW is at life’s high at 27000 as the plunging yields are now at 1.94% US 10y. This indicates that the rate cut is bound to happen […]

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Investors Parking Funds into Gold

Gold is on a winning streak, shining brighter than before. Investors, households, traders and central banks around the globe are parking cash in it. Gold has rallied its highest in the last six years in the international market. In India, it hit it’s highest ever on June 25. In one month, gold has gained 12% […]

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markets should wait for more stability

Last week, the price of gold spiked above $1,400 per ounce, a level that, signals the beginning of a new bull market for gold. Many factors have been driving gold’s price higher, including recent changes in the U.S. Federal Reserve’s outlook that increased the chances of future rate cuts, the European Central Bank’s comments from […]

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