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“Short Squeeze” Fades in Precious Metals, Gold Miner Adds to Hedges, Contrarians Spot “Time to Buy”
The PRICE of both silver and gold slipped back in London on Tuesday morning, cutting into yesterday's rapid gains from 4-year and 1-month lows respectively.
Fresh Plunge in Precious Metals “Natural” as Bearish Money Managers Hold “Upper Hand” Over Asian Household Buyers
WHOLESALE PRICES for gold and silver rallied from a fresh plunge in early London dealing on Monday, rising to stand unchanged and 2.3% lower respectively from the end of...
Pension Funds “Selling Gold ETFs”, Dollar Weakness Seen Offering “Only Hope” Short Term
GOLD PRICES failed to hold a rally above $1380 per ounce in London on Friday morning, trading 5% down for the week as world stock markets held steady.
Stronger Dollar Means Gold “Has Lost Safe Haven Appeal”, But Sentiment “Has Turned Positive” in India
SPOT GOLD fell towards three-week lows Tuesday, dropping as low as $1423 per ounce, as the Euro also fell against the Dollar after comments from those attending today's Eurozone...
Gold “Could Retest $1322 Low”, G7 Meeting “A Chance to Consider More Monetary Activism”
SPOT MARKET gold bullion prices fell to two-week lows Friday, drifting lower towards $1440 an ounce during this morning's London session before dropping sharply through that level, as stocks...
TF Selling “Key Downside Risk” as Gold “Struggles in Sideways Resistance Range”
WHOLESALE gold market prices fell to $1460 an ounce Tuesday morning, around ten Dollars lower than where it closed last week, as the FTSE in London ticked higher following...
Precious Metals “Rangebound” Ahead of US Nonfarms, India’s Central Bank Proposes New Gold Restrictions
WHOLESALE gold prices hovered around $1480 an ounce most of Friday morning, around 1% up on the week, as European stock markets edged higher and the Euro regained some...
Gold’s Recovery “Appears to be Faltering”, But “Diminishing Expectations” for Early End to QE Ahead of Fed Meeting
FOLLOWING a dip during Asian trading, the gold price climbed back above $1470 per ounce Tuesday morning in London, broadly in line with where it was a day earlier,...
Gold “Getting Key Support” from Retail Demand, But Investor Confidence “Has Been Dealt Severe Blow”
GOLD started the week by edging higher Monday, trading around $1475 per ounce by lunchtime in London, as stocks also gained, US Treasuries were broadly flat and the Euro...
“Gold Shortage” Seen in Asia with “Physical Market Still Tight”
GOLD drifted lower towards $1460 an ounce Friday morning in London, having climbed to its highest level since last week's price drop at $1485 during Asian trading.