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Key Drivers Awaiting to influence Gold

After an impactful week that featured the FOMC rate announcement and April’s nonfarm payrolls report, analysts are looking at the dollar and technical indicators to gauge the likely direction of gold prices on Monday. As per Gold Update by Prithviraj Kothari, spot gold initially pulled back below $2,300 per ounce early during Monday’s trading session […]

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Gold leaves markets perplexed

Gold Prices are up by 25% over the last six months, currently hovering above $2,400 per ounce. Safe-haven gold gained on Thursday as persistent tensions in the Middle East added to the metal’s appeal despite robust economic data from the U.S. that raised prospects of fewer interest rate cuts. Among the other factors demand for

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Key Drivers Awaiting to influence Gold

The past week in the gold market was significantly shaped by the Federal Reserve’s cautious approach to interest rate cuts. Federal Reserve speakers, including Fed Governor Christopher Waller and Fed Governor Lisa Cook, emphasized the need for more evidence of cooling inflation before considering rate reductions. Gold prices were set for a weekly gain on

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It’s a data-packed week

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Gold prices edged higher on Monday, helped by a retreat in the dollar and bond yields, while investors awaited a slew of U.S. economic data this week for more clues on interest rate outlook. Gold has started the new week on a strong note as the FX market largely remains range-bound in part due to

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All eyes on important US data

All eyes on important US data

Last week gold witnessed a series of whipsaws as traders are being dependent on US data releases. Gold swung into action in the range of 1900-1950 $. Gold was little changed on Monday as investors awaited U.S. inflation data that could influence the Federal Reserve’s policy stance, The Labor Department’s employment report on Friday showed

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Some turbulence is expected soon

Some turbulence is expected soon

The week opened on a slightly negative band for gold as prices fell on Monday, sticking to a tight trading range seen over the past three weeks as markets turned cautious ahead of upcoming U.S. consumer inflation data and a Federal Reserve meeting. Last week gold was supported by soft labor data. This pushed gold

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