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Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 4/29/2014


Precious Metal prices are trading slightly lower during early morning trading as investors continue to eye world news.  Although traders are currently shying away from equities, many believe continued rising tensions with Russia and additional sanctions will provide a boost to Gold’s price.  Stan Shamu of IG Markets wrote, “With further sanctions for Russia looking certain, traders are likely to continue seeking safety in gold in the near term.  If gold continues to rally, April highs at $1,331 will be the key level to look out for this week.” 

Tuesday’s release of U.S. consumer confidence report will be closely watched as investors continue to await directions from the Federal Reserve.   As the Fed continues with its plan to taper quantitative easing policies, one economist in particular has expressed concern.  When speaking about the effect of the Federal Reserve eliminating the asset purchasing program, economist Michael Pento said it will cause, “collapse in asset prices and a severe recession.”  He then went on to say, “I anticipate the reduction of the wealth effect to intensify as the taper progresses. Since the economic "recovery" was predicated on the rebuilding of asset bubbles, a long delayed and brutal recession will start to unfold later this year.”

At 9:12 a.m. (ET), the APMEX Precious Metals spot prices were:

  • Gold, $1,298.50, Down $2.50.
  • Silver, $19.51, Down $0.15.
  • Platinum, $1,426.90, Up $7.60.
  • Palladium, $802.50, Up $0.80.

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