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US Housing Starts Fail to Meet Estimates in May, Gold Remains Under Pressure
By Conor Maloney on Jun 17th, 2020

US Housing Starts Fail to Meet Estimates in May, Gold Remains Under Pressure

US housing starts came in at 974,000 last month vs. 1.1 million estimated. Starts for the month prior were revised higher from 891,000 to 934,000 according to data published by the US Census Bureau and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development on Wednesday. Overall, starts rose 4.3% on a monthly basis last month after plunging 26.4% the month before, revised from a decline of 30.2%. Annually, housing starts are down 23%.

May Industrial Production Recovering Slower Than Expected, Gold Softens
By Conor Maloney on Jun 16th, 2020

May Industrial Production Recovering Slower Than Expected, Gold Softens

Industrial production in May rose 1.4% vs. 3% expected as the manufacturing industry struggles to get back on track amid ongoing lockdown procedures worldwide. The slight increase follows a record drop of -12.5%, revised lower from -11.2%. The drop in April was the worst since 1919.

Retail Sales Beat Expectations With Record 17.7% Gain, Gold Prices Slip
By Conor Maloney on Jun 16th, 2020

Retail Sales Beat Expectations With Record 17.7% Gain, Gold Prices Slip

Retail sales smashed through expectations in May with 17.7% gains vs. 8% expected and following a decline of 16.4%. Clothing and accessories saw massive gains of 188% as stores around the country began to open up again, while sporting foods, hobby products, musical instruments, and book stores saw increased sales of 88.2%.

Gold Price Preview: June 15 - June 19
By John Moncrief on Jun 15th, 2020

Gold Price Preview: June 15 - June 19

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

Gold Price Recap: June 8 - June 12
By John Moncrief on Jun 12th, 2020

Gold Price Recap: June 8 - June 12

Happy Friday, traders! Welcome to our weekly market wrap, focusing on the market news, narratives, and economic data that had the most relevant impact on gold prices (and may continue to in the future,) as well as markets for the Dollar and other correlated assets.

Producer Prices Rise for First Time Since Pandemic, Gold Pares Losses
By Conor Maloney on Jun 11th, 2020

Producer Prices Rise for First Time Since Pandemic, Gold Pares Losses

The wholesale cost of U.S. goods and services rose in May for the first time in four months. Producer price inflation (PPI) is a leading indicator of consumer inflation, making it a closely watched metric even in normal circumstances. PPI rose 0.4% in May vs. 0.1% gain expected and after plunging a record 1.3% the month before. In the 12 months through May, PPI came in at 0.8% decline, up from 1.2% decline in April.

Initial Jobless Claims Rise 1.5 Million, Gold Pares Losses
By Conor Maloney on Jun 11th, 2020

Initial Jobless Claims Rise 1.5 Million, Gold Pares Losses

Jobless claims in the US ranged in the millions again last week, but continue to tick downward from the peak seen in mid-March. 1.542 million Americans filed for unemployment claims in the week ended June 6, slightly below expectations of 1.55 million.

Fed Officials Leave Rates Unchanged, Revise Economic Outlook Downwards, and Reaffirm Commitment to Stimulus and Ultra-Low Rates
By John Moncrief on Jun 10th, 2020

Fed Officials Leave Rates Unchanged, Revise Economic Outlook Downwards, and Reaffirm Commitment to Stimulus and Ultra-Low Rates

The FOMC concluded their June meeting this afternoon, announcing no changes to the short-term interest rates that the Federal Reserve uses as its primary lever to impact financial conditions; however the Fed again committed to leaving its broad and deep set of tools and facilities to continue supporting the US economy through the Covid-19 crisis and into a (hoped for) strong recovery.

Consumer Prices Drop 0.1% Unexpectedly in May, Gold Rises
By Conor Maloney on Jun 10th, 2020

Consumer Prices Drop 0.1% Unexpectedly in May, Gold Rises

Consumer prices in the US fell for the third month in a row in May, dropping 0.1% after a major 0.8% drop in April according to the Labor Department. The April decline was the largest drop since December 2008. Annually, consumer price inflation (CPI) rose 0.1% in May and 0.3% in April. Economists had forecast no monthly change to consumer prices in May and 0.2% growth annually.

Gold Price Preview: June 8 - June 12
By John Moncrief on Jun 8th, 2020

Gold Price Preview: June 8 - June 12

Hello traders, happy Monday and welcome to our weekly preview of the trading week with a focus on the economic data, news flow, and market narrative that looks most likely to have an impact on the price of gold as well as the US Dollar and other correlated assets.

Gold Price Recap: June 1 - June 5
By John Moncrief on Jun 5th, 2020

Gold Price Recap: June 1 - June 5

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

Shock Jobs Report Smashes Expectations With Net 2.5 Million Jobs Added and Unemployment Down to 13.3%
By Conor Maloney on Jun 5th, 2020

Shock Jobs Report Smashes Expectations With Net 2.5 Million Jobs Added and Unemployment Down to 13.3%

The May employment report came as a big surprise to market analysts with 2.5 million jobs added to US payrolls. Analysts had forecast losses of 7.5 million jobs and unemployment at 19%. The current rate of unemployment is 13.3% compared to 14.7% the month before according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. 20.5 million jobs were lost in April, and the May labor market report may indicate that things are turning around in the US economy.

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