Gold & Silver

Good and dollar have long been inversely proportional to each other.

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Good and dollar have long been inversely proportional to each other. Gold is the quintessential “anti-dollar” — a place to turn for those who distrust fiat currency — so it seemed natural that prices would rise in a world of low real interest rates and cheap dollars. The unraveling of the relationship between gold and […]

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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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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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