Commodities News, Page 14

  • Gold Friday

    Gold Prices Under Pressure from Dollar

    Gold prices continued their fall lower on the back of a stronger dollar and so far, the gold market does not seem to be need any sort of major reason to either move higher or move lower for that matter. It continues to range between a large range between the

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  • U.S. Dollar

    Dollar Rallies after Draghi Signals Normalization Would Be Gradual

    The U.S. Dollar rose against a basket of major currencies with the exception of the Canadian Dollar on Thursday. The rally was primarily driven by a nearly 1 percent drop in the Euro.March U.S. Dollar Index futures settled at 90.156, up 0.549 or +0.61%.Daily March U.S. Dollar IndexOn Thursday, the

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  • Gold Thursday

    Gold Continues to Chop Around

    The gold prices continued to move lower over the last 24 hours as the bullish momentum generated due to the weakness in the dollar fizzled out in a slow and steady manner during the course of the day. The gold prices are now trading in the mid 1320s and it

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  • Dollar Underpinned by Positive Jobs Data, Easing of Trade War Tensions

    The U.S. Dollar bounced back against a basket of currencies on Wednesday after four days of selling pressure. The dollar was supported by positive private sector jobs data and the White House saying Canada and Mexico, and possibly other countries, may be exempted from planned U.S. import tariffs on steel

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  • Gold

    Gold Prices Shoot Higher

    The gold prices shot higher on the back of some weak dollar trading that was seen all across the board over the last 24 hours. The gold traders have been able to make use of any kind of strength or weakness in the dollar to push the gold prices in

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  • U.S. Dollar Index

    U.S. Dollar Plunges on Trade-War Concerns

    The U.S. Dollar broke sharply against a basket of major currencies on Tuesday as investors reacted to a couple of key events. The selling pressure started early in the session after South Korea said it would hold its first summit with the North in more than a decade, reducing geopolitical

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    Gold Prices Choppy

    Gold prices continue to chop around as the confusion among the dollar traders is clear for everyone to see. Weare seeinge the dollar continuing to flounder as the question of whether risk or rate is supposed to dominate has been ruling the markets over the last 24 hours and this

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  • U.S. Dollar Index

    Increased Demand for Risk Underpins Dollar as Trade War Tensions Ease

    The U.S. Dollar traded mixed against a basket of major currencies on Monday before settling higher. The dollar posted gains against the Japanese Yen, New Zealand Dollar and Canadian Dollar, but lost ground versus the Euro, British Pound and Australian Dollar.March U.S. Dollar Index futures settled at 90.041, up 0.135

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    Gold Prices Continue Recovery

    Gold prices continued to be buoyant as they continued their rebound and recovery from the range lows for another day on Friday and today as well. The prices had dropped to their range lows in the 1300 region over the course of last week on the back of dollar strength

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  • US Economy

    Tariff Impact Stretches to Copper, Gold, Crude Oil

    Copper prices closed nearly flat on Friday as investors continued to digest the impact of President Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminum on future demand for the industrial metal. Fear of retaliation from Canada, Asia and Europe contributed to the tightness in the trading range.On Friday, May Comex High Grade

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  • Gold Thursday

    Gold Prices Continue to be Under Pressure

    The gold prices continued to chop around in a weak manner as the dollar strength can be seen all across the markets over the last 24 hours. The prices are expected to continue to be weak over the coming days as well as the dollar strength begins to assume large

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  • Comex Gold

    Rising U.S. Dollar Hits Commodities Across the Board

    Copper joined a lost list of commodities taking a hit due to rising U.S. Treasury yields and a stronger U.S. Dollar. On Wednesday, prices fell to their lowest level in over two weeks as the Greenback advanced on prospects of higher U.S. interest rates and growth in China’s manufacturing sector

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  • Gold

    Gold Prices Move Lower on Dollar Strength

    The gold prices crashed lower during the course of trading yesterday but they still trade within the larger range as we had mentioned yesterday. We had also specified in our forecast yesterday of how the gold prices are likely to be more bearish rather than bullish and this has turned

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  • Gold Tuesday

    Gold Continues to Trade Within the Larger Range

    The gold prices continue to trade within their larger range in a form of consolidation and this was expected to happen over the last 24 hours as the dollar has not had much to do during this period. This also marked the first day of the week when the volatility

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  • Natural Gas

    Nat Gas Prices Jump 1% on Late Winter Weather Concerns

    Copper futures posted a two-sided trade on Monday ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s highly anticipated first congressional testimony on Tuesday. The price action basically mirrored the movement in the U.S. Dollar. The return of Chinese traders after the Lunar New Year holiday had little impact on the price

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  • Gold Dollar Notes

    Gold Moves Higher on Weaker Dollar

    Gold prices shot higher from the 1320 region and its recovery over the past 2 days has led to a lot of hope for the gold bulls that the rebound would continue in the short term. On Friday, we saw some signs of weakness in the dollar and though there

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    Copper, Gold Post Weekly Losses as Dollar Firms on Upbeat Interest Rate Outlook

    Copper prices eased last week as the U.S. Dollar strengthened, leading to lower demand for dollar-denominated commodities. Despite the small weekly drop, the market remained underpinned by a bright outlook for demand due to expectations for healthy economic growth.May Comex High Grade Copper futures settled at $3.2330, down $0.0355 or

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  • Gold Thursday

    Gold Prices Flounder on Hawkish Fed

    The gold prices have dipped lower during the last 24 hours on the back of sustained strength in the dollar which has continued to grow since the beginning of the week. We have been seeing the increasing anticipation in the markets over the FOMC meeting minutes which were finally released

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  • Gold

    Gold Prices Fall Towards Support

    The gold prices have continued to move lower towards their support region as the dollar strength has begun to assume alarming proportions as far as the investors in gold are concerned. We have been saying for long that the bull run in the gold prices are on shaky ground as

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  • Copper Wire

    Stronger U.S. Dollar, Low Holiday Volume Weigh on Copper Demand

    Comex copper futures traded lower on Tuesday in reaction to a stronger U.S. Dollar and below average volume due to the Lunar New Year in top metals user China. Prices in London eased for a second day while the Shanghai Futures Exchange remained closed until Thursday, February 22.May Comex High

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