Daily Market Update

Gold Gains as Stocks and Sterling Fall As Brexit Optimism Evaporates

News and Commentary

Gold Maintains Gains As Brexit Uncertainty Continues (FXStreet.com)

UK MPs reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal AGAIN (BBC.co.uk)

Gold gains as dollar wilts on mixed CPI data; Brexit vote eyed (Reuters.com)

Stocks, sterling fall as Brexit optimism evaporates (Reuters.com)

EU court shields ECB from disclosing key document in Greek crisis (Reuters.com)

Gold ends higher in delayed settlement; CME blames ‘technical issue’ for late finish (MarketWatch.com)

Gundlach Says “We Are In A Bear Market”, S&P Will Take Out December Lows In 2019 (CNBC.com)

Big banks are totally reliant on stock buybacks, and that could be a problem (CNBC.com)

Retirement Isn’t Happening as Social Security Is Not Enough – Mauldin (MauldinEconomics.com)

Sales of gold and silver coins should not be taxed – Steve Forbes (Forbes.com)

China Scrambles To Defuse $6 Trillion “Hidden Debt Bomb” With “Titanic Credit Risk” (ZeroHedge.com)

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Gold Prices (LBMA PM)

12 Mar: USD 1,296.95, GBP 986.85 & EUR 1,150.78 per ounce
11 Mar: USD 1,296.35, GBP 998.32 & EUR 1,153.49 per ounce
08 Mar: USD 1,294.10, GBP 989.34 & EUR 1,153.95 per ounce
07 Mar: USD 1,285.30, GBP 921.20 & EUR 1,144.17 per ounce
06 Mar: USD 1,285.55, GBP 978.82 & EUR 1,136.82 per ounce
05 Mar: USD 1,285.00, GBP 975.19 & EUR 1,134.78 per ounce

Silver Prices (LBMA)

12 Mar: USD 15.44, GBP 11.83 & EUR 13.72 per ounce
11 Mar: USD 15.29, GBP 11.74 & EUR 13.60 per ounce
08 Mar: USD 15.11, GBP 11.56 & EUR 13.48 per ounce
07 Mar: USD 15.07, GBP 11.47 & EUR 13.33 per ounce
06 Mar: USD 15.09, GBP 11.49 & EUR 13.36 per ounce
05 Mar: USD 15.11, GBP 11.47 & EUR 13.33 per ounce

Recent Market Updates

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– Gold – It Might Be Different This Time
– Euromillions Winners To Invest In Gold In 2019?
– Gold Still on a Long Term Track to Reach $2,000 An Ounce
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Mark O'Byrne
Executive Director


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