Daily Market Update

Palladium Extends Rally to New Record – Gold To Play Catch Up

News and Commentary

Gold inches higher as dollar dips amid risk aversion (CNBC.com)

Asian markets plunge, led by tech stocks, after Huawei exec’s arrest (MarketWatch.com)

May’s Brexit deal under fire as legal advice stiffens opposition (Reuters.com)

Gold prices end lower, a day after settling at their highest in over 4 months (MarketWatch.com)

Gold Gets Leapfrogged as Palladium Extends Rally to New Record (Bloomberg.com)

Source: Bloomberg

Market reaction to the French riots goes a long way to explaining them (MoneyWeek.com)

Carnage Continues: US Futures Flash Crash After Huawei CFO Arrest (ZeroHedge.com)

Yield Curve Just Inverted for the First Time in Years. Time to Reconsider Risk? (GoldSeek.com)

Empty Words Are Failing. A Timeline For What Comes Next (DollarCollapse.com)

Story of a Gold Coin (Plata.com.mx)

Is Wall Street still too bullish on FAANG? Some say so (CNBC.com)

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Gold Prices (LBMA PM)

05 Dec: USD 1,236.15, GBP 970.13 & EUR 1,090.16 per ounce
04 Dec: USD 1,239.25, GBP 966.74 & EUR 1,086.45 per ounce
03 Dec: USD 1,231.05, GBP 966.00 & EUR 1,084.92 per ounce
30 Nov: USD 1,220.45, GBP 956.95 & EUR 1,073.75 per ounce
29 Nov: USD 1,226.25, GBP 960.03 & EUR 1,077.87 per ounce
28 Nov: USD 1,213.20, GBP 949.69 & EUR 1,074.77 per ounce

Silver Prices (LBMA)

05 Dec: USD 14.48, GBP 11.34 & EUR 12.75 per ounce
04 Dec: USD 14.55, GBP 11.35 & EUR 12.77 per ounce
03 Dec: USD 14.39, GBP 11.31 & EUR 12.69 per ounce
30 Nov: USD 14.24, GBP 11.16 & EUR 12.52 per ounce
29 Nov: USD 14.26, GBP 11.17 & EUR 12.55 per ounce
28 Nov: USD 14.15, GBP 11.06 & EUR 12.54 per ounce

Recent Market Updates

– Gold Is “Coiled” and Looks Set To Surge Like Natural Gas — Bloomberg Intelligence
– “Collapse Of Civilisation Is On The Horizon” – Attenborough Warns World Leaders
– Deutsche Bank May Cause The Next Global Crisis
– Ireland’s Mr Gold Reveals Nuggets Of Wisdom For When The Next Crash Comes
– BREXIT May Lead to UK Property Crash and Depression
– General Motors And General Electric Highlight The Ponzi Scheme That Is The US Economy
– A Worldwide Debt Default Is A Real Possibility
– Risk of Lower Lows in Gold Remains Prior to Spectacular Rally to Follow
– Gold and Silver Hold Firm as Stocks and Oil Lower in to US Holiday Weekend
– Is Brexit a Massive Threat to Globalisation?

Mark O'Byrne
Executive Director


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