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Gold Price Recap: June 29 - July 3
By John Moncrief on Jul 2nd, 2020

Gold Price Recap: June 29 - July 3

Happy Thursday-like-a-Friday, traders. Welcome to our weekly market wrap, where we like to focus on the economic data, news flow, and market narratives that have had the biggest impact on gold prices (and may continue to in the future,) as well as key correlated assets like the US Dollar.

Jobless Claims Come in Above Expectations, Gold Price Ticks Downward
By Conor Maloney on Jul 2nd, 2020

Jobless Claims Come in Above Expectations, Gold Price Ticks Downward

The number of Americans applying for unemployment insurance rose to 1.427 million in the week ended June 27, higher than the expected figure of 1 million. Claims have remained above 1 million for 15 weeks in a row. Last week’s figures mark the first time claims have risen beyond expectations since the peak in March.

Unemployment Down to 11.1% With 4.8 Million New Jobs in June, Gold Prices Slip
By Conor Maloney on Jul 2nd, 2020

Unemployment Down to 11.1% With 4.8 Million New Jobs in June, Gold Prices Slip

The US economy added 4.8 million new jobs in June, bringing the rate of unemployment down to 11.1%. Nonfarm payrolls were expected to rise by just 2.9 million rather than the 4.8 million total, a big upside miss. The rate of unemployment also came in better than expected. However, 1.4 million Americans still filed for jobless claims benefits last week, highlighting the fact that the labor market is a long way off any form of recovery.

FOMC Minutes Confirm Accommodation Is Here to Stay and Forward Guidance Should Be Making a Comeback; Gold Prices Continue to Find Lofty Support
By John Moncrief on Jul 1st, 2020

FOMC Minutes Confirm Accommodation Is Here to Stay and Forward Guidance Should Be Making a Comeback; Gold Prices Continue to Find Lofty Support

At last month’s FOMC meeting, the committee agreed to hold rates in their ultra-low positioning while also continuing a rapid pace of asset purchases and other operations in an effort to support the US economy through the current pandemic-driven economic crisis and, hopeful, into a healthy recovery. In the meeting minutes, released this afternoon, we see that the FOMC members felt confident in the decisions made while discussing what next steps are important for building and sustaining economic momentum for a recovery.

ISM Manufacturing PMI Beats Expectations, Gold Prices Slip
By Conor Maloney on Jul 1st, 2020

ISM Manufacturing PMI Beats Expectations, Gold Prices Slip

The ISM manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI), which measures economic activity in the national manufacturing sector, rose from 43.1 to 52.6 vs. 49.5 expected in June. A reading over 50 indicates positive growth, and June marks the first expansion in the industry since the COVID-19 pandemic struck in April 2020, ending a 131-month string of consecutive growth.

The Private Sector Added 2.3 Million Jobs in June, May Figures Revised up by 5.7 Million
By Conor Maloney on Jul 1st, 2020

The Private Sector Added 2.3 Million Jobs in June, May Figures Revised up by 5.7 Million

The latest ADP employment report shows that the private sector gained 2,369,000 jobs in June. May figures saw a huge upward revision to 3.06 million jobs added compared 2,760,000 jobs lost as originally reported the month before. Small businesses saw most of the growth in June, with most of the gains in the services sector accounted for most of the growth in June. The US economy is slowly showing signs of recovery from the economic downfall that began in March.

Home Prices Remained Stable in April, Gold Prices Slip
By Conor Maloney on Jun 30th, 2020

Home Prices Remained Stable in April, Gold Prices Slip

The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller index rose 4.7% annually in April, up 0.1% from the month before. The 10-city composite index saw no change at 3.4% annual growth, while the 20-city composite rose 0.1% annually to 4.0%. S&P Dow Jones Indices managing director Craig Lazzara described prices as “remarkably stable,” noting that the price trends in place before the COVID-19 pandemic struck remain relatively undisturbed.

Gold Price Preview: June 29 - July 3
By John Moncrief on Jun 29th, 2020

Gold Price Preview: June 29 - July 3

Good morning traders, and welcome to our regular Monday preview of the trading week ahead, focusing on the economic data, news flow, and market narratives that may have the biggest impact on gold prices, as well as key correlated assets like the US Dollar.

Gold Price Recap: June 22 - June 26
By John Moncrief on Jun 26th, 2020

Gold Price Recap: June 22 - June 26

Happy Friday, traders. Welcome to our weekly market wrap, focusing on the economic data, news flow, and market narrative that had the biggest impact on gold prices (and may continue to in the future) as well as US stocks, the Dollar, and other key correlated assets.

Tame Consumer Spending Rebound Is Likely Temporary as Incomes Drop, Inflation Remains Flat
By Conor Maloney on Jun 26th, 2020

Tame Consumer Spending Rebound Is Likely Temporary as Incomes Drop, Inflation Remains Flat

US consumer spending saw a major increase in May as portions of the economy began to reopen. Consumer spending, which accounts for two-thirds of all US economic activity, jumped 8.2% in May after falling a record 12.6% the month before. This was below expectations of 9.0% growth in consumer spending. Meanwhile, incomes fell 4.2%, and are likely to continue falling as millions of Americans start to lose their unemployment benefits over the coming month.

Disappointing Jobless Claims Figures Show Little Progress, Gold Price Holds Steady
By Conor Maloney on Jun 25th, 2020

Disappointing Jobless Claims Figures Show Little Progress, Gold Price Holds Steady

1.48 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits in the week ended June 20, almost matching the 1.54 million (upwardly revised) claims seen a week earlier. Claims were forecast at 1.32 million, but progress in the labor market recovery has been slower than expected. While claims figures have ticked downward for 12 consecutive weeks, analysts are concerned at the small gap between the last two weeks. In total, 47 million Americans have applied for jobless benefits in the last 14 weeks.

Durable Goods Orders Recovered 15.8% in May, Gold Price Holds Steady
By Conor Maloney on Jun 25th, 2020

Durable Goods Orders Recovered 15.8% in May, Gold Price Holds Steady

Durable goods orders in the US rose 15.8% to $194.4 billion in May according to the latest report from the US Census Bureau. The sharp 15.8% increase follows a decline of 17.7% in April, when the manufacturing industry was bearing the brunt of the coronavirus lockdown impact. May figures almost erased the heavy losses seen in April, and the May result came in above expectations of 10.6% gain.

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Benjamin Roussey

Benjamin Roussey has two master’s degrees and served four years in the US Navy. He writes professionally for several sites that cover one sector of our economy to another, including GoldPrice.org.

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Conor Maloney is a journalist with hundreds of articles covering financial markets and topics published on sites like Yahoo Finance and GoldPrice.org.

He is passionate about blockchain, cybersecurity, and financial independence, and he believes in gold as a viable alternative to fiat currency.

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John Moncrief

John Moncrief

John Moncrief is an active commodities and currency trader with nearly a decade in the industry. He also has several years of experience in writing market analysis and research notes.

John’s particular interest is in examining precious metals and currency trends through a focus on macroeconomic drivers and behavioral economic theory; although he’s probably spent at least as much time reading Stan Lee as he has Richard Thaler.

Matthew Bolden

Matthew Bolden

Matthew Bolden is an active trader and investor. His passions include writing about financial markets in a simple, pragmatic way. His work has been seen in various arenas within the world of global finance, and he has written commentary on several markets including precious metals, stocks, currencies and options.

Matthew is an avid reader, student of the markets and sports enthusiast who resides in the greater Chicago area. 

Ryan Page

Ryan Page

Ryan Page has worked for 3 years as a commodities derivative’s trader. He has been building models to analyze global macro data and evaluate risk for more than 5 years.

Ryan has been trading since he was 14 years old. He enjoys playing mid to high stakes poker, with immense experience studying and applying game theory.