Death Cross Forming in Gold Amid Rising Bond Yields

Gold began the year with lofty expectations on the back of a record high and its biggest annual gain in a decade. Instead, the precious metal is off to its worst start in 30 years. Spot prices touched a seven-month low on Friday before erasing losses as the dollar moved lower, though bullion is already […]

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Government revamps gold monetisation scheme to unlock tonnes of unused gold in india

Monetisation Scheme The government on 9th February 2021 launched a revamped Gold Monetisation Scheme that seeks to unlock an estimated 25,000 tonnes of idle gold lying at Indian households, involving jewellers, and making all state-run banks participate in it. Following are the key highlights: All Public Sector Banks shall be advised to participate in GMS […]

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Gold price changing its course after import duty cut

Gold Prices have reversed in course with the start of February, falling 4% last week. The main headlines of last week were Gold Import Duty cut by Government in Budget 2021. Below is the table showing Indian Import Duty Structure, Indian Gold Imports and Indian Gold Price of last 10 years. Import Duty on Gold […]

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Import duty cut in budget would plunge the precious metals

After gaining more than 1% in the previous week, Precious Metals struggled to preserve its bullish momentum and edged lower during the first half of the week. Although the pair staged a rebound on Thursday from the weekly low, it couldn’t close the day in the positive territory. With buyers remaining in control on Friday, the […]

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Bullion traders need to wait for prolonged consolidation

Gold traders that were hoping for a boost in prices following President Biden’s election have been unruly disappointed. Biden’s plan to introduce spending of $1.9 trillion, a figure that amounts to 9.1% of US 2020 GDP, appears to have been priced into gold prices and did not deliver a much-needed boost to the yellow metal. But for now, inflation […]

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Bullion Outlook for 2021

After years of lying dormant, the gold and silver prices finally reacted in a big way in 2020.Traditionally seen as a safe place to store money, gold began to rise as economic growth slowed in 2019, but the pandemic accelerated the rally and in August prices hit a record high of $2072/oz (Rs 56000/10 gm) […]

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Us stimulus talks and brexit deal in focus

Gold climbed to its highest level in a month at Rs 50650 on Thursday as the selling pressure surrounding the greenback intensified throughout the week. Although the pair lost its bullish momentum on Friday, it settled around Rs 50300 and still ended up gaining more than 2% on a weekly basis. The coronavirus vaccine rollout, BREXIT optimism […]

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Gold Loses Bullish Momentum Ahead of Next Week’s Key Events

Gold struggled to preserve its bullish momentum this week. Brexit and US stimulus uncertainty balanced out coronavirus vaccine optimism. A daily close below Rs 48700 could open the door for more losses, while interim resistance is Rs 49700-800. At the start of the week, the data from China showed that the country’s exports in November […]

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Gold could rebound to 50000 with a break above 49400

The market mood remained upbeat at the start of this week after the data from China showed that the business activity in both the manufacturing and the service sectors continued to expand at a robust pace in November. Furthermore, heightened hopes for a UK-EU trade deal and coronavirus vaccine optimism allowed risk flows to dominate […]

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Brexit Deadline, Powell Testimony And Nonfarm Payroll Data To Decide Gold’s Fate In December

As usual, a number of deadlines for the BREXIT negotiations have elapsed during the last few weeks without this having any impact. The EU chief negotiator, Barnier, had first mentioned the end of October as the deadline for concluding negotiations, as national parliaments needed time to ratify any agreement. British Prime Minister Johnson countered with an even […]

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