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Gold Price Recap: December 16 - December 20
By John Moncrief on Dec 20th, 2019

Gold Price Recap: December 16 - December 20

Happy Friday, traders; welcome to our regular Friday recap of the week’s macroeconomic data and headlines that mattered most to the precious metals and Dollar markets. And the final full trading week of 2019, at that!

Personal Income and PCE Rise in Line With Expectations, Gold Prices Steady
By Conor Maloney on Dec 20th, 2019

Personal Income and PCE Rise in Line With Expectations, Gold Prices Steady

Consumer spending, which accounts for two-thirds of US economic activity, showed robust growth in November as expected with 0.4% growth according to the Commerce Department. The increase was accompanied by a rise in personal income of 0.5%, allowing for increased spending approaching the holiday shopping season.

Six-Month Low in Philly Fed Manufacturing Index Sees Gold Prices Rise
By Conor Maloney on Dec 19th, 2019

Six-Month Low in Philly Fed Manufacturing Index Sees Gold Prices Rise

The Philadelphia Federal Reserve manufacturing index dropped 10 points in December, failing to meet expectations and falling to a six-month low. Now at 0.3, the index is just barely showing growth in the sector, with any reading below 0 indicating contraction.

Jobless Claims Less Than Expected After 2-Year High, Gold Prices Rise
By Conor Maloney on Dec 19th, 2019

Jobless Claims Less Than Expected After 2-Year High, Gold Prices Rise

Initial jobless claims in the US fell 18,000 to 234,000 for the week ended December 14, according to the Labor Department’s report on Thursday. Claims had shot up to a two-year high the previous week, with the data possibly skewed by Thanksgiving coming earlier in the year than usual. Claims are still higher than predicted.

November Industrial Production Rebounds, Gold Prices Hold Firm
By Conor Maloney on Dec 17th, 2019

November Industrial Production Rebounds, Gold Prices Hold Firm

US manufacturing output rose above expectations in November following the end of a six-week strike at General Motors, leading to increased production in the auto industry. Manufacturing and industrial output both rose following more modest activity in October.

Homebuilding Beats Expectations in November, Permits Hit 12-Year High
By Conor Maloney on Dec 17th, 2019

Homebuilding Beats Expectations in November, Permits Hit 12-Year High

US homebuilding rose above expectations for November at 3.2% growth or 1.365 additional units. Permits for construction, an indicator of future building, hit above a 12-year high with 1.4% growth. The housing market may be showing signs of an upward trend with rate cuts finally increasing affordability, although builders still report land and labor shortages impacting their business.

Gold Price Preview: December 16 - December 20
By John Moncrief on Dec 16th, 2019

Gold Price Preview: December 16 - December 20

Good morning, traders. Welcome to our weekly preview of the macroeconomic data and headlines that will matter most for gold markets this week—the last full week of trading for 2019.

 

Gold Price Recap: December 9 - December 13
By John Moncrief on Dec 13th, 2019

Gold Price Recap: December 9 - December 13

Happy Friday the 13th, traders. Welcome back to our weekly recap of the data and headlines with the biggest impact on the gold and Dollar markets, both this week and as we move ahead. Gold prices are higher following a milestone week that included the final FOMC meeting of 2019 and the announcement of an initial trade agreement between the US and China.

Big Miss on Retail Sales Indicates Growth Slowdown, Gold Price Rises
By Conor Maloney on Dec 13th, 2019

Big Miss on Retail Sales Indicates Growth Slowdown, Gold Price Rises

US consumers spent less than expected coming into the start of the holiday shopping season, indicating reduced economic growth. Retail sales came in at just 0.2% growth for November compared to 0.5% expected, while October sales were revised slightly higher.

Gold Price Flat Despite 2-Year High in Jobless Claims Following Trump Tweet
By Conor Maloney on Dec 12th, 2019

Gold Price Flat Despite 2-Year High in Jobless Claims Following Trump Tweet

The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits rose above more than a two-year high last week. The week ended December 7 saw 252,000 new claims, well above expectations. The data may have been skewed due to seasonal volatility following the Thanksgiving Day holiday.

Gold Price Rises as Producer Prices Go Unchanged in November With Unexpectedly Tame Inflation
By Conor Maloney on Dec 12th, 2019

Gold Price Rises as Producer Prices Go Unchanged in November With Unexpectedly Tame Inflation

November saw no change in producer price inflation with reduced costs for services offsetting gains in other areas like gasoline and food. While consumer prices rose in November, producer price inflation was unexpectedly soft. Prices saw no growth following a 0.4% gain the month before.

FOMC Recap: December 11
By John Moncrief on Dec 11th, 2019

FOMC Recap: December 11

Gold and silver prices are considerably higher this afternoon following the final FOMC meeting of the year, from which the Federal Reserve left rates unchanged following three consecutive rate cuts while also updating their Staff Economic Projections.

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John Moncrief

John Moncrief

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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.

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Matthew Bolden

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Ryan Page

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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.