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By Conor Maloney on Oct 31st, 2019

Gold Prices Soar Above $1,500 With Mild Gain in Jobless Claims

Applications for unemployment benefits rose 5,000 to 218,000 for the week ended October 26 according to the Labor Department’s Thursday report. Data for the week prior was revised upward by 1,000.

Gold Price Spikes as Consumer Spending Rises Slightly, Inflation Remains Under Target
By Conor Maloney on Oct 31st, 2019

Gold Price Spikes as Consumer Spending Rises Slightly, Inflation Remains Under Target

Personal income and spending rose moderately in September according to Thursday’s report from the Commerce Department. Consumer spending is spurred on by the robust labor market, although the core-personal and consumption expenditure (PCE) index indicates sub-target inflation.

Gold Prices Mostly Unchanged but Pointing Higher Following Third-Consecutive FOMC Rate Cut
By John Moncrief on Oct 30th, 2019

Gold Prices Mostly Unchanged but Pointing Higher Following Third-Consecutive FOMC Rate Cut

As expected, the Federal Reserve’s FOMC this afternoon delivered a third-consecutive cut to short-term interest rates of 0.25% which, assuming it is the final of the set, ties off the committee’s “mid-cycle adjustment” of 0.75%. Chairman Jerome Powell & Co. seem to be betting on a repeat of the success that 1995’s Fed found in the same strategy which also aimed to avoid (or at least delay) the start of a recession. Based on how unconvinced many—myself included-- have been about the need for even this third cut, it seems to be working. For now.

Mixed Payroll Data Offset by Unexpectedly High GDP Report, Gold Trades Under $1,500
By Conor Maloney on Oct 30th, 2019

Mixed Payroll Data Offset by Unexpectedly High GDP Report, Gold Trades Under $1,500

The US private sector added 125,000 jobs in October, slightly above expectations of 190,000 to 120,000. Payroll gains the month prior were revised down significantly from 135,000 to just 93,000 according to Wednesday’s Moody Analytics report. While hiring data is mixed, the US economy appears to be performing better than expected with a Q3 GDP of 1.9% vs. 1.6% expected.

Federal Reserve Rate Decision Preview
By Ryan Page on Oct 29th, 2019

Federal Reserve Rate Decision Preview

The Fed Futures market has priced in a 90 percent probability of a 25-basis point cut, to 1.5 to 1.75 percent. What will be more important than the all but certain cut will be the Fed’s future indication. The economic data remains strong while trade tensions and Brexit are still up in the air. The combination makes the outlook for the Fed somewhat uncertain.

Gold Price Preview - October 28 - November 1
By John Moncrief on Oct 28th, 2019

Gold Price Preview - October 28 - November 1

Good morning, traders. Welcome back to our preview of the macroeconomic calendar, relevant to the precious metals and currency markets, for the week ahead. The price of gold is considerably lower this morning, having broken back below the $1500/oz level while silver spot prices have also retreated from last week’s mark of $18/oz.

Gold Price Recap: October 21 - October 25
By John Moncrief on Oct 25th, 2019

Gold Price Recap: October 21 - October 25

Happy Friday, traders. With markets turning their gaze towards (probably) another “adjustment” to short-term interest rates next week, gold prices have shrugged off a low-energy week to regain an important price level despite some strong selling this morning.

New Home Sales Drop in September, Gold Prices Rise
By Conor Maloney on Oct 24th, 2019

New Home Sales Drop in September, Gold Prices Rise

Sales of new single-family homes fell -0.7% in September with shortages of affordable homes still pressuring the market. Low inventory and affordability are persist problems despite a drop in prices representing the largest monthly decrease in 5 years.

Gold Price Tests Resistance Despite Unexpected Drop in Jobless Claims
By Conor Maloney on Oct 24th, 2019

Gold Price Tests Resistance Despite Unexpected Drop in Jobless Claims

Thursday’s report from the Labor Department indicates ongoing strength in the labor market, with applications for initial jobless claims falling unexpectedly. While hiring has slowed considerably, layoffs remain low in a tight labor market. Initial jobless claims dropped to 212,000 for the week ended October 19, below expectations of 215,000.

Business Investment is Down With Unexpected Drop in Durable Goods Orders
By Conor Maloney on Oct 24th, 2019

Business Investment is Down With Unexpected Drop in Durable Goods Orders

New orders for durable goods, designed to last more than three years, fell -1.1% in September, indicating softening business investment. This represents a big miss in orders which were forecast at a -0.2% drop. Thursday’s report from the Commerce Department indicates an ongoing trend in business spending, with the decline is likely a result of the ongoing trade war between China and the United States.

Major Drop in Existing Home Sales as Housing Struggles, Gold Price Stays on Lows
By Conor Maloney on Oct 22nd, 2019

Major Drop in Existing Home Sales as Housing Struggles, Gold Price Stays on Lows

Sales of existing homes in the US dropped more than expected in September as the market continues to show signs of weakness in Q4. Land and labor shortages continue to hinder progress, with cheaper homes in particular remaining in high demand. Sales fell -2.2% vs. Just -0.7% expected.

Manufacturing Index Sees Major Rebound, Defying Expectations
By Conor Maloney on Oct 22nd, 2019

Manufacturing Index Sees Major Rebound, Defying Expectations

The Richmond Manufacturing Index beat market expectations for October with a rebound from -9 to 8, vastly surpassing market expectations of a drop to -14. Back in positive territory, the latest report is a positive indicator for the struggling manufacturing industry which has suffered under the escalating tariffs of the trade war.

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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.

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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.