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Japanese Central Bank Maintains Negative Interest Rate
By Conor Maloney on Dec 20th, 2018

Japanese Central Bank Maintains Negative Interest Rate

The Bank of Japan (BOJ)  has elected to maintain the current rate of interest with no change, as predicted by the vast majority of polled economists. Trade protectionism, falling oil prices, and increased sales taxes were all influential factors that will impede economic growth prospects for Japan in the near future.

Gold Price Climbs With Initial Jobless Claims Below Expectations
By Conor Maloney on Dec 20th, 2018

Gold Price Climbs With Initial Jobless Claims Below Expectations

Initial applications for unemployment benefits in the US dropped last week along with the four-week moving average for such claims, indicating strong activity in the tight labor market.

Gold Price Sharply Higher as Philly Fed Declines and Dollar Stumbles
By Matthew Bolden on Dec 20th, 2018

Gold Price Sharply Higher as Philly Fed Declines and Dollar Stumbles

The latest reading on Philly Fed manufacturing declined to the lowest level in over two years. The weakness in the gauge is yet another possible indication of a slowing economy. The disappointing data appears to be part of a larger trend as some key data points have seen significant declines in recent weeks.

Bank of England Leaves Interest Rate Unchanged Amid Brexit Uncertainty
By Conor Maloney on Dec 20th, 2018

Bank of England Leaves Interest Rate Unchanged Amid Brexit Uncertainty

The central bank of England has chosen not to increase rate hikes for the time being, with future monetary policy regarding rate hikes uncertain and dependent on the outcome of Brexit which will be revealed in under 100 days.

Gold Prices Hold Firm After Home Sales Increase Monthly, Plunge Annually
By Conor Maloney on Dec 19th, 2018

Gold Prices Hold Firm After Home Sales Increase Monthly, Plunge Annually

Existing home sales data released by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) shows that home sales increased for the month of November but hit a 7-year low annually.

U.S. Housing Starts Rebound, Single Family Homes Decline
By Conor Maloney on Dec 18th, 2018

U.S. Housing Starts Rebound, Single Family Homes Decline

U.S. home building is showing signs of recovery in select areas with November’s home building report showing a pronounced increase in multi-family home building. However, single family home construction is in decline which points to a weakening housing market overall.

    Wednesday’s FOMC Hike and What It Means for Gold
    By Ryan Page on Dec 18th, 2018

    Wednesday’s FOMC Hike and What It Means for Gold

    A rate hike at this week’s FOMC meeting has nearly 100% chance of occurring. Overall, we have seen financial conditions getting tighter and growth data slowing but remaining at solid levels.

    Gold Prices Higher as Empire State Manufacturing Tumbles to 19-Month Low
    By Matthew Bolden on Dec 17th, 2018

    Gold Prices Higher as Empire State Manufacturing Tumbles to 19-Month Low

    The latest reading on Empire State manufacturing took a decided turn lower today as the gauge sank to a 19-month low. This key data point is yet another potential symptom of a slowing economy.

    Gold Price Preview: December 17 - December 21
    By John Moncrief on Dec 17th, 2018

    Gold Price Preview: December 17 - December 21

    Happy Monday, traders. And welcome back for the last full trading week of 2018. Gold has popped back through $1240/oz this morning, likely taking some fear-based momentum from the tumult in equities at the end of last week.

    Gold Price Recap: December 10 - December 14
    By John Moncrief on Dec 14th, 2018

    Gold Price Recap: December 10 - December 14

    Happy Friday, traders. What kind of week has it been? Packed with macro and geo-political happenings, to be sure; but also, somehow far calmer than I would have anticipated. On this Friday morning it seems that US Dollar and gold markets feel similarly, as we’re seeing spot price for the yellow metal fall farther below $1240/oz on the back of a pre-market rebound in dollar-strength.

    Gold Prices Dip as Strong November Sales Offset Fear of Slowdown
    By Conor Maloney on Dec 14th, 2018

    Gold Prices Dip as Strong November Retail Sales Offset Fear of Slowdown

    Gold prices have experienced losses today as the Commerce Department’s data on Retail Sales show strong activity, offsetting fears that the economy is slowing down. Core retail sales rose 0.9% in November compared to the 0.4% expected by economists.

    Gold Prices Lower as Chinese Data Disappoints
    By Matthew Bolden on Dec 14th, 2018

    Gold Prices Lower as Chinese Data Disappoints

    The gold market is under some pressure in early action Friday following more weakness in Chinese economic data overnight. Hong Kong stocks declined by over 2% as growing concerns over a slowdown hit equities hard.

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    Matthew Bolden

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    Ryan Page

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