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It’s been just a few days since gold closed out May in, well, golden, fashion – hitting an all-time high around $2,450 an ounce at one point late in the month – but barely into June, the yellow metal is already finding itself at a crossroads.

It sits in the eye of a cloud-wrapped economic storm this week, and the only question by Friday after the rain moves through will be whether the squall proved more dustup than debilitating to its performance in the near term.

There are several factors pushing on gold’s potential. 

Baked into the cake is a surging U.S. dollar, which is weighing down gold prices, creating less demand for the commodity because it’s more expensive to buy. 

Key economic data releases this week will provide the first set of wild cards. Investors will be keeping a particularly close eye on Wednesday’s ADP employment report, a release on initial jobless claims on Thursday and then Friday’s lynchpin data set on U.S. unemployment. 

Stronger job numbers would signal a resilient economy that somehow has found a way to punch through two-decade high interest rates. It could also convince federal monetary policymakers – who have recently signaled an unwillingness to make adjustments before they study whether the country is any closer to achieving their 2% inflation target – to further delay rate reductions. 

Perception of a robust economy that’s adding employees to the labor force could lessen gold’s appeal as a safe haven asset to own during economically choppy periods. 

Speaking of uncertain times, there’s another wild card in play that could help buoy gold’s appeal: unrest, both at home and abroad. Conflicts overseas in Ukraine and the Middle East and the run-up to the U.S. presidential election could help cushion the precious metal.

It’s too early to run with the bulls or deal with the bears when it comes to gold’s immediate future. So far, gold has largely managed to parry the recent blows, trading down $21.60 at $2,328 per ounce Tuesday evening, yet still more than $24 an ounce more than a month ago. 

By the end of the week, we could be closer to learning what kind of path these market conditions and external factors will set gold on for the rest of June and beyond. 

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.