Daily Market Update

Trump Selects Second Gold Standard Advocate For Fed – Sources

News and Commentary

Gold dips to four-week low as dollar rises on robust weekly jobs data (GoldReview.com)

Gold futures finish slightly lower as dollar index bucks up (MarketWatch.com)

Trump Selects Gold Standard Advocate Cain for Fed Board – Sources (Bloomberg.com)

Trump says U.S. economy strong despite ‘destructive actions’ by Fed (Reuters.com)

Italy’s ruling populists push ahead to seize central bank gold reserves (ForexLive.com)

Source: Bloomberg

Ray Dalio Sounds a New Alarm on Capitalism’s Flaws, Warns of Revolution (Bloomberg.com)

Millions of Facebook Records Found on Amazon Cloud Servers (Bloomberg.com)

The Manhattan Housing Market Is On Its Worst Streak In 30 Years (ZeroHedge.com)

Manhattan Home Sales Drop to Decade Low for a First Quarter (Bloomberg.com)

‘Evidence of manipulation but not enough for charges’ may mean government itself is the manipuator (Gata.org)

Trump nominates a second gold standard advocate for Fed (WSJ.com)

Royal Canadian Mint releases three new bullion coins (Mining.com)

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Gold Prices (LBMA PM)

04 Apr: USD 1,291.60, GBP 981.87 & EUR 1,149.78 per ounce
03 Apr: USD 1,291.85, GBP 980.38 & EUR 1,148.84 per ounce
02 Apr: USD 1,287.20, GBP 984.97 & EUR 1,148.95 per ounce
01 Apr: USD 1,291.90, GBP 987.27 & EUR 1,149.15 per ounce
29 Mar: USD 1,291.15, GBP 991.09 & EUR 1,151.19 per ounce
28 Mar: USD 1,306.90, GBP 995.20 & EUR 1,161.18 per ounce

Silver Prices (LBMA)

04 Apr: USD 15.08, GBP 11.48 & EUR 13.44 per ounce
03 Apr: USD 15.16, GBP 11.51 & EUR 13.49 per ounce
02 Apr: USD 15.02, GBP 11.51 & EUR 13.42 per ounce
01 Apr: USD 15.07, GBP 11.50 & EUR 13.42 per ounce
29 Mar: USD 15.10, GBP 11.52 & EUR 13.45 per ounce
28 Mar: USD 15.19, GBP 11.58 & EUR 13.53 per ounce

Recent Market Updates

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Mark O'Byrne
Executive Director


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