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Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/31/2015

GOLD SEES NO LOVE; U.S. DATA WEAK Gold has experienced very little love and had another 1.25 percent drop Monday, giving up what little gains it has had in 2015. The path ahead does not look inviting as the U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates as early as June. A short-term rise makes holding Gold less attractive as people will likely keep their money in greenbacks. This will cause the dollar to rise in value, which will make the Gold price lower in the U... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/30/2015

METALS LOSE GROUND AS U.S. STOCKS REBOUND Precious Metal prices are lower during morning trading hours after gaining most of last week. As the U.S. dollar gains, pressure mounts on metals, with many investors believing the U.S. Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this year.  However, as geopolitical tensions continue in the Middle East, many a... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/27/2015

GOLD DOWN SLIGHTLY, STILL UP OVERALL Gold is down Friday following the dollar’s rebound as the U.S. Federal Reserve appears on track to raise interest rates this year. The dollar rose 0.3 percent versus a basket of currencies, supported by strong U.S. jobs and service sector data, while European stocks gained after a two-day retreat. Despite Friday's losses, Gold is on track to finish the week up around 1.5 percent after a seven-day rally, the metal's Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/26/2015

GOLD HITS 3 WEEK HIGH; JOBLESS CLAIMS SUGGEST IMPROVEMENT Escalating tensions in the Middle East rattled stocks and the U.S. dollar, leading investors into lower risk assets of bullion and German bonds. Gold rallied to a 3 1/2 week high while Silver rose 3 percent. Gold received another boost as soft U.S. data may lead to the U.S. Federal Reserve keeping interest rates low. “Overnight we have seen risk aversion because of what's going on in the Middle East, and the... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/25/2015

ANALYSTS FORECAST GOLD TO REACH $1,300; OIL PREDICTED TO INCREASE IN 2016 Gold is trading at a 2-1/2 week high as the market anticipates the U.S. Federal Reserve will not increase interest rates until September compared with the prior probability of June. “For the rest of this month, markets (will be) adjusting to the reality that the Fed is more dovish than previously expected,” Phillip Futures a... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/24/2015

Rate Increase Speculation Boosts Gold; Dollar, Euro rally Gold steadied below the 2-1/2 week high Tuesday and is headed for its fifth session of gains on expectations that a U.S. interest rate hike could be delayed until September. The price of Gold was set to post its longest winning streak since January 2014. Investors have rushed toward bullion the past few days because of a slumping U.S. dollar. “The dollar remai... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/23/2015

METALS HOLD GAINS AS DOLLAR’S STRUGGLE CONTINUES Precious Metal prices have seen modest movement Monday as Gold holds near a two week high following three consecutive gains last week. As investors await U.S. economic news later this week, the U.S. Federal Reserve’s dovish stance weighs on the dollar.  With many analysts now expecting a rise in interest rates i... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/20/2015

GOLD, STOCKS BOOSTED ON SLIGHTLY LOWER DOLLAR Gold is at a two-week high Friday following one of the worst weeks for the U.S. dollar against the euro. This change of pace comes after a four month low due to pressure from expectation the U.S. central bank was on track for its first interest rate hike in nearly a decade. “For the short term, Gold has had a stay of execution,” Mitsubishi analyst Jonathan Butler said. “With yields on Treasuries coming off a bit in the last few days, Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/18/2015

METALS FLAT AS INVESTORS AWAIT FED STATEMENT Precious Metal prices are relatively flat in early morning trading as investors prepare for the U.S. Federal Reserve’s highly anticipated statement Wednesday. With Gold hovering around four month lows, many analysts speculate the removal of the word “patient” from the Fed’s policy statement will hint toward a rate hike in June.  However, not everyone is sold on the dollar’s strength. Abu Dhabi’s ADS Securities chief market s... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/17/2015

Gold Hits Another Low Awaiting Fed Meeting Gold opened on a four-month low Tuesday as investors nervously await the U.S. Federal Reserve policy meeting that could support a mid-year rise in interest rates. The Gold price fell to $1,142.86 an ounce, its lowest since November 7. Fed policymakers start the two-day meeting Tuesday afternoon and rate increases are expected to be the topic. The likely increase will put the Fed a step closer to the first rate increase since 2006. Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/16/2015

METALS STRONG AHEAD OF WEDNESDAY FED STATEMENT Shaking off recent losses, Precious Metal prices are on the rise as investors prepare for the U.S. Federal Reserve’s statement Wednesday. Gold has been pressured with the continued rise of the U.S. dollar, but some analysts believe a dollar correction is on the way as disinflation becomes a concern.  BK Asset Management managing director of FX strategy Kathy Li... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/13/2015

GOLD UP AS STOCKS REMAIN FLAT Gold was on track to its ninth straight session of losses, the most in 40 years.  However, today it has benefited from the dollar falling against other currencies. "The softer dollar is helping Gold but that's only temporary," Societe Generale analyst Robin Bhar said. "The key event now is going to be the [U.S. Federal Reserve] meeting next Wednesday, so more clarity ... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 4/2/2015

GOLD AWAITS PAYROLL DATA; DATA LIFTS PAYROLL HOPES Gold held around $1,200 per ounce as disappointing economic data raised concerns over the U.S. growth outlook and the Federal Reserve’s interest rates policy. “The Precious Metal could face higher volatility as we approach towards the Friday's U.S. non farm payroll number,” AvaTrade chief market analyst Naeem Aslam said. “(But) we may actually see a weak number, ... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/11/2015

PRECIOUS METALS, OIL PRESSURED BY STRONG U.S. DOLLAR Friday’s better than expected U.S. non-farm payroll figures quickly motivated the market as investors suggested the U.S. Federal Reserve may change its mind and increase interest rates in June rather than later this year. The news has pushed the U.S. dollar to its highest trading point in more than 11 years, pressuring Gold. “Ultimately support is at $1,130 [per o... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/10/2015

GOLD DOWN AGAINST STRONG U.S. ECONOMY, DOLLAR The Gold price has decreased to its lowest price in three months due to newfound life in the U.S. economy. The safe haven appeal for Gold may further dampen if U.S. interest rates are hiked earlier than expected. This potential has hurt the Gold market for more than a year. Friday saw a steep decline in Gold linked to positive U.S. non-farm payrolls data. Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/9/2015

METALS ON MOVE AS ECB BEGINS NEW QE Precious Metal prices are on the rise Monday after trading near four-month lows the previous week. Although metals have been pressured due to a strengthening U.S. dollar, Greece’s continued financial struggle along with a new round of quantitative easing (QE) by the European Central Bank (ECB) has provided support. Commerzbank ... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/6/2015

GOLD DROPS ON STRONG JOB REPORT Gold fell nearly 1 percent after the U.S. employment report showed the unemployment rate dropped to 5.5 percent, marking the fifth weekly decline as the dollar rose near an 11-year high. However, markets believe a strong U.S. jobs report could spur the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, which would boost the dollar and in turn hurt demand for Precious Metals. The dol... Read More

GOLD DROPS ON STRONG JOB REPORT

Gold fell nearly 1 percent after the U.S. employment report showed the unemployment rate dropped to 5.5 percent, marking the fifth weekly decline as the dollar rose near an 11-year high. However, markets believe a strong U.S. jobs report could spur the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, which would boost the dollar and in turn hurt demand for Precious Metals. The dollar is a major factor in U.S. oil prices. “Given... Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/5/2015

GOLD FLAT AHEAD OF ECB NEWS, U.S. JOBLESS CLAIMS While the European Central Bank has held interest rates at record lows, it is expected to detail its 1 trillion euro quantitative easing plan during today’s press conference. These details, as well as key U.S. economic data expected Friday, keep investors cautious. U.S nonfarm payrolls numbers could affect the timing of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes. “ Read More

Daily Gold & Silver Market Report – 3/4/2015

U.S. DOLLAR CLIMB STRESSES GOLD, SILVER; FED COULD POSTPONE RATE HIKE The U.S. dollar reached its highest point since September 2003 due to improved U.S. government bond yields, pressuring Precious Metals.  “We have quite an event-heavy end of the week, with the U.S. payrolls data on Friday and the [European Central Bank] meeting tomorrow, so we are unlikely to see much positioning ahead,”  BN Amro ana... Read More

GOLD INCREASES ON SOFTER DOLLAR

Gold recovered Tuesday morning after briefly dropping below $1,200 an ounce. “Prices…seem to be forming a nice technical base in the low $1,190s,” Deutsche Boerse’s MNI senior analyst Tony Walters said. NRC Commodities analyst Andrey Kryuchenkov reiterated this statement, saying, “Gold…clearly found some support around $1,200 [per ounce] at the start of this month and people are still looking at U.S. data.” Non-farm payroll numbers and the lau... Read More

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