Gold (XAUUSD) News, Page 1
- Gold1316.5-4.6200(-0.3500%)22:23:57(GMT)|Real-Time Data, quoted in USD
- Day's Range1312.5 - 1322.0
- Subclass / SectorMetals
Precious Metals Trade Positive As Equities Bleed Red
Dovish cues from US Wall Street and a decline in Asian & European equities on concerns of economic slowdown boosts precious metals but weigh crude oil price in the broad market.
The Week Ahead – Brexit, Trade Talks, the Mueller Report and Stats in Focus
Brexit, U.S – China trade talks, the Robert Mueller Report and a mass of economic data will provide the markets with plenty to consider in the week ahead.
Crude Oil, Natural Gas Traders Worried About Demand, While Gold Specs Lift Bullish Bets
After weeks of liquidation, professional money managers may have started to return to the long-side of the gold market. According to the latest government data, gold speculators lifted their bullish bets after three down weeks.
Mueller Report: Will It Light the Fuse for Heightened Volatility?
Over the short-run, we could see a volatile two-sided response to the initial release of the report. After that it’s all up to the Democrats and whether they have enough evidence to impeach Trump or if they decide to put their efforts into beating him in the 2020 election.
Gold Up On Weak European Data, Silver Shows Signs Of Exhaustion
Gold is trading up on the day despite a stronger dollar, All about Eurozone weak data. Palladium falls amid profit taking ahead of the weekend.
Fed Says “No” to Rate Hikes While Futures Traders See Nearly 50% Chance of Rate Cut
“The fed funds futures market is assigning a 47.8 percent probability of at least one rate cut by January 29, 2020,” according to the CME’s FedWatch tool.
Gold Opens The Week Positive, But Gains Limited Ahead Of Central Banks
Metals opened the week with gains amid a weak dollar. Gold and Silver are extending gains while Copper remains in range, but Palladium is at all-time highs.
Gold Up As Global Economic Concerns Rise; Weak Empire State
Gold is trading higher as risk aversion hit the market. Empire States manufacturing index and Michigan Consumer Sentiments are key for the Dollar.