Gold Gold surged to $928.50 in New York on Friday and was up $16.20; silver closed at $17.62, up 50 cents. While the dollar has strengthened somewhat, oil has again rallied sharply to new record highs (up 2.4% to over $143.60 per barrel ) and this should result in gold remaining well bid at these levels. Geopolitical risk and continuing tensions in the Middle East and between the U.S.
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Gold Gold surged to $912.30 in New York yesterday and was up $32.70; silver closed at $17.12, up 64 cents. Gold surged in what was the largest one day move since 1985 as the dollar weakened, oil prices surged to new record highs and stock markets fell sharply. While gold was up some 3%, most U.S. stock indices were down some 3% and this continued in Asia and early European trading with gold rising to over $920.
Gold Gold closed at $879.60 in New York yesterday and was down $9.20; silver closed at $16.48, down 13 cents. Gold fell prior to and shortly after the Federal Reserve’s decision to keep interest rates on hold at 2%. However, with rates remaining extremely accommodative and inflation surging, gold soon recovered and rallied into the New York close and continued rallying in electronic trading.
Gold Gold closed at $888.80 in New York yesterday and was up $4.40; silver closed at $16.61, down 16 cents. Gold fell initially in Asia, then rose in early European trading prior to falling again in recent trade. With oil prices remaining near record highs, near $137 a barrel this morning and the dollar slightly weaker (it breached and remains close to 1.56 against the euro again this morning), gold should remain well bid at these levels but in the short term anything can happen and support is at $880 and $860.
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Gold Gold closed at $884.40 in New York yesterday and was down 17.30 cents; silver closed at $16.76, down 57 cents. Gold rallied in Asia and in early European trading to recover some of yesterday’s sharp losses. Oil has risen to near record highs, above $138 a barrel again this morning and the dollar has given up much of yesterday’s gains (1.557 to the Euro) and this is likely leading to gold buying. All eyes are on the Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision tomorrow and this could lead to traders being reluctant to take large positions - long or short.
Gold Gold closed at $901.70 in New York on Friday and was down 40 cents; silver closed at $17.33, up 1 cent. Gold was up over 4% last week and the close above $900 may prove important from a technical point of view in the coming weeks. Gold remained strong in Asia and in early European trading but has since succumbed to profit taking after last week’s gains on a stronger dollar this morning. There appear to have been large long positions with stop losses at $900 and this contributed to the severity of the sell off this morning.
Gold Gold closed at $891.30 in New York yesterday and was up $6.90; silver closed at $17.31, up 26 cents. Since then gold has again traded in a range between $885 and $895 in Asian and in early European trading this morning. Gold rose in early trading in Europe when oil prices rose on news that Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell had halted production at a major offshore oil facility in Nigeria because of a militant attack.
Gold Gold closed at $884.20 in New York yesterday and was up $1.00; silver closed at $17.05, down 19 cents. Since then gold has again traded in a range between $880 and $890 in Asian and early European trading this morning. Gold remains firm after the poor economic data from the U.S. yesterday which showed that housing starts and permits continue to slide, industrial production also fell and was weaker then expected.
Gold Gold closed at $883.20 in New York yesterday and was up $13.30;silver closed at $17.24 up 67 cents. Gold traded in a range between $880 and $890 in Asian and European trading this morning prior to selling off at the open on the NYMEX. With oil selling off and the dollar stronger versus the euro today, gold has come under pressure. But the inflation genie is well and truly out of the bottle and central banks internationally are in an extremely difficult situation.
Gold Gold closed at $869.50 in New York and was down $10.50; silver closed at $16.48 down 29 cents. Gold rallied initially in Asia but has subsequently given up those gains and has fallen in Asia overnight and in early European trading this morning. More of the same in the gold market today with gold taking its lead from oil which is down (1%) and the dollar which is up this morning (0.8% against the euro and 0.15% against sterling).
Gold Gold closed at $881.00 in New York and was up $13.20; silver closed at $16.84, up 27 cents. Gold has subsequently given up some of yesterday's gains and has fallen in Asia overnight and in early European trading this morning. Gold is again taking its cue from oil which is down and the dollar which is up this morning. This trend may continue until we get a breakout out of the recent range bound trade between $850 and $950. The breakout is again likely to be to the upside.
Gold Gold closed at $867.80 in New York and was down $27; silver closed at $16.57 down 58 cents. Gold has risen in Asia overnight and in early European trading this morning is up some 0.5%.
Gold Gold closed at $894.80 in New York and was down 70 cents; silver closed at $17.15 down 22 cents. Both have sold off in Asia overnight and in early European trading this morning. Gold’s sell off is somewhat counter intuitive given the host of positive fundamentals. However, oil selling off and the dollar strengthening again (despite increasing credit, financial and systemic risk) is contributing to gold’s weakness.
Gold Gold closed at $895.50 in New York Friday and was up $23.30; silver closed at $17.37 and was up 30 cents. In the New York Globex market gold subsequently rallied to $902.20 late Friday. Both traded sideways in Asia this morning prior to rallying higher in early European trading.
GI believe all investors should have a precious metals allocation of at least 25% to silver and either buy silver outright now or should transfer from gold to silver at the earliest possible opportunity. We believe $50 per ounce
Gold Gold closed at $880.50 in New York yesterday and was down $1.80; silver closed at $16.84 and was up 5 cents.
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