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Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/8/2014

METALS GAINING AS STOCKS PULL BACK Precious Metal prices are on the rise during morning trading, regaining some of the losses suffered after the release of the U.S. non-farm payrolls report. Gold lost 1.1 percent Friday, but the yellow metal is gaining as a European equities fall provided support.  Although the market has recently experienced much volatility, some analysts believe investors are already consi... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/5/2014

U.S. PAYROLL DATA SUPRISES AS METALS RETREAT Precious Metal prices are on the move and experiencing a pullback during morning trading.  The much anticipated release of the U.S. payroll report has provided pressure to metals as the report showed an increase in jobs by 321,000 in November, which was well beyond the expectation of 235,000 jobs being added.  However, with the physical market having very high d... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/4/2014

GOLD MOVES AHEAD OF ECB MEETING; U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS FALL Gold slightly moved back during early morning trading ahead of the European Central Bank (ECB) meeting due to an expected announcement for further fiscal policy as the euro has been performing poorly compared to the U.S. dollar.  The U.S. dollar has soared to a two-year high, while the euro dropped to less than $1.23 for the first time in over two years today.  "Generally European easing has played... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/3/2014

METALS RANGEBOUND AS INVESTORS AWAIT KEY DATA Precious Metal prices are trading relatively flat through morning trading after seeing volatility command the market the two prior sessions.  As investors prepare for the release of key economic data on U.S. markets and an announcement by European Central Bank head, Mario Draghi, firmer oil prices are helping provide a... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/2/2014

GOLD BREAKS WITH STRONGER DOLLAR; OIL PRICES CONTINUE TO FALL A solid U.S. dollar pressured Precious Metals this morning as oil prices continue to decline, indicating a boost in the economy. “There is extremely chopping trading going in the year end ... concerns over the impact of lower prices on inflation and what lower inflation does to a central bank's policy are driving factors at the moment,” BofA Merrill Ly... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/01/2014

METALS SURGE AS OIL REACHES FIVE YEAR LOW Precious Metal prices are on the move through early morning trading as investors return from the holiday weekend.  Although Gold posted a two percent loss early this morning after Switzerland’s citizens voted against the referendum that would require the country to boost its Gold reserves to 20 percent, prices have rebound... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/26/2014

METALS GAINING AS JOBS DATA DISAPPOINTS Gold and Silver prices are gaining in morning trading. The U.S. dollar gained Tuesday as investors around the world consider that the European Central Bank may provide more stimulus to the region. Although this has applied some pressure to metals, physical demand has helped support prices. Speaking on the two contradictory factors, Thorsten Proettel, analyst at German bank... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/25/2014

GOLD SLOWLY CLIMBS PAST $1,200; OPEC TO VOTE ON FUTURE OIL PRODUCTION Precious Metals prices are up slightly this morning as the Swiss plan to vote Sunday on the Swiss National Bank holding a minimum 20 percent of its assets in Gold versus the 8 percent held last month. Bullish investors believe a ‘yes’ vote could support Gold prices in the future, but opinion polls show some voters are still und... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/24/2014

GOLD HOLDS ONTO GAINS AS EURO STRENGTHENS Gold and Silver prices are hovering and holding onto gains received Friday. Although some feel Gold has had a lackluster year, recent news out of China and Europe have sparked recent gains and optimism for the future. Julian Jessop, head of commodities research at Capital Economics, wrote, “Gold remains out of favor with Wes... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/21/2014

GOLD RISES AS CHINA SHOCKS MARKETS, CUTS INTEREST RATES Precious Metals prices are rallying and picking up strength in early morning trading. News that China cut its benchmark interest rates surprised the markets and boosted Gold, helping the metal rally to a three week high. China is the world’s biggest Gold consumer and the surprise interest rate cut spurred expectations that demand for the yellow metal could ... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/20/2014

GOLD REMAINS FLAT; U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS FALL Gold is flat this morning after yesterday’s price drop quickly recovered thanks to bullish buyers. The U.S. Federal Reserve’s October policy meeting minutes were released Wednesday and reflected the likelihood of increased interest rates in 2015.  “After a big price drop in a small time, you get a return in Chinese demand, and that's what we've seen,” Natixis... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/19/2014

METALS RISING AHEAD OF FED MINUTES Precious Metal prices are bouncing in early morning trading as Gold holds near $1,200.  Yesterday, Gold reached its highest point since October 30th, but saw a slight dip today as investors prepare for the release of the Federal Reserve minutes later today and an opinion poll in Switzerland ahead of their Gold referendum scheduled for next week.  LBBW analyst Thorsten Proettel said, “What we've seen is a bit of short c... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/18/2014

GOLD RISES ON WEAK DOLLAR; OPEC TO VOTE NEXT WEEK Gold reached a 2-1/2 week high today due to a weaker U.S. dollar. "We are seeing a corrective bounce, but it looks like we have already done quite a lot from the $1,130 [per ounce] lows a couple of weeks ago," Societe Generale analyst Robin Bhar said.  German economic sentiment rose in November for the first time in the last year, supporting the eu... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/17/2014

METALS REMAIN STEADY AS JAPAN SLIPS INTO RECESSION Precious Metal prices start the week holding near two week highs during morning trading hours. Economic data showing Japan's economy has slipped into a recession has given the metals a boost; however a strong U.S. dollar held the metals in check. Macquarie analyst Matthew Turner said, "Friday... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/14/2014

METALS FEEL PRESSURE AS DOLLAR CONTINUES GAINS Precious Metal prices are on the decline in early morning trading. As the U.S. dollar hit a seven year high against the yen, Gold is feeling the pressure. However, the recent price drop hasn’t been completely negative for metals, as lower prices typically call for higher demand. Afshin Nabavi, head of trading at MKS, said, “There is some pressure that seems to be dollar related … Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/13/2014

GOLD SLIGHTLY SUPPORTED BY HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS Gold and Silver are slowly climbing this morning due to a softer U.S. dollar after European stocks were 0.4 percent higher and weaker than expected economic data was released. According to the Labor Department today, jobless claims were higher than expected with a reported 290,000 claims for state unemployment benefits for the week ending November 8th.  Although the market does not seem to have high rates of... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/12/2014

METALS FLAT AS INVESTORS DIGEST UBS REPORT After showing small signs of life Tuesday, Precious Metal prices remain steady Wednesday. As the U.S. dollar approaches a four year high, investors are digesting news that a Swiss regulator’s investigation into Precious Metals and Forex trading at UBS uncovered a “clear attempt” to control metals benchmarks. Commerzbank an... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/11/2014

METALS PRICES MAKE MINOR MOVES; FED INTEREST RATES TOO LOW A stronger U.S. dollar and rising stocks reflected in the Gold price this morning, as the yellow metal fell slightly. Increased physical demand is also helping Gold. “Retail demand is very strong since prices came off,” Heraeus trader Alexander Zumpfe said. “Overall, physical demand is lending some support – Asia is also showing steady buying interest, th... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/10/2014

METALS CONTINUE FIGHT AS WEAK JOBS DATA CONTINUES TO WEIGH ON DOLLAR Precious Metal prices are down during morning trading hours giving back some of their recent gains from Friday when they rebounded from 4-1/2 year lows.  Friday’s less than stellar payrolls report missed investor expectations giving metals a slight boost, but many are still concerned with the... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/7/2014

WEAK U.S. JOBS DATA RAISES GOLD, STOCKS After a harsh week, Precious Metals prices were lifted following lower than expected U.S. jobs figures for October. The news pressured the U.S. dollar, as investors continued to take profit on the greenback after its month-long rally. “After we've had such a big selloff, some speculators are covering their shorts after the worse-than-expected nonfarm number. I think that's ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/6/2014

METALS REMAIN STABLE; INVESTORS ANTICIPATE FRIDAY’S NONFARM PAYROLL  Precious Metals prices remained flat throughout trading on Thursday after the U.S. dollar dipped from profit-taking.  "We're holding steady today but nobody wants to make a big move ahead of the employment numbers tomorrow morning. If there's a positive number, they (the bears) may take a run at it," Paul Sacks, principal go... Read More

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