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Gold Posts Losses as Personal Income and Inflation Rise in January
By Conor Maloney on Feb 28th, 2020

Gold Posts Losses as Personal Income and Inflation Rise in January

Household income in the US rose 0.6% in January, the largest increase in 11 months, while spending rose 0.2%, according to the Commerce Department’s report on Friday. Meanwhile, the Federal Reserve’s preferred metric for gauging inflation rose 1.6% in the 12 months through January, falling short of the Fed’s target range of 2%.

Durable Goods Orders Dip 0.2% in January, Gold Price Holds Gains
By Conor Maloney on Feb 27th, 2020

Durable Goods Orders Dip 0.2% in January, Gold Price Holds Gains

Orders for durable goods in US factories dipped in January following strong growth the month before. According to the Commerce Department, January orders drawn lower by reduced demand for cars, auto parts, and military aircraft.

Gold Price Rises as US Jobless Claims Above Expectations
By Conor Maloney on Feb 27th, 2020

Gold Price Rises as US Jobless Claims Above Expectations

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits increased more than expected last week. Claims rose to 219,000 for the week ended February 22 according to the Labor Department, above expectations of 212,000. The figures are still in line with those of a healthy labor market.

US GDP Grew 2.1% in Q4, Global GDP on Track For Worst Year Since Recession
By Conor Maloney on Feb 27th, 2020

US GDP Grew 2.1% in Q4, Global GDP on Track For Worst Year Since Recession

The US economy grew moderately in Q4 2019, with the government confirming a reading of 2.1% annualized growth from October to December. The reading matched an earlier estimate, bringing total GDP for 2019 to 2.3%, missing the Trump administration’s target of 3%.

Gold Price Holds Support Above $1,650 as Richmond Fed Manufacturing Dips in February
By Conor Maloney on Feb 25th, 2020

Gold Price Holds Support Above $1,650 as Richmond Fed Manufacturing Dips in February

The Richmond Fed manufacturing index saw a major drop in February, diving from 20 points to -2 vs. 10 points expected. The reading comes after January unexpectedly rose from -5 to 20. As a measurement of business activity in the region, the survey may indicate that the January surge was anomalous, with a dearth of new orders pulling the numbers back down in February.

Gold Price Hovers Around $1,650 as Home Prices Gain 3.8% in December
By Benjamin Roussey on Feb 25th, 2020

Gold Price Hovers Around $1,650 as Home Prices Gain 3.8% in December

Home prices rose 3.8% in the 12 months through December, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index. The gains in December followed a 3.5% increase in the 12 months through December as home prices heated up toward the end of 2019.

Gold Price Preview: February 24 - February 28
By John Moncrief on Feb 24th, 2020

Gold Price Preview: February 24 - February 28

Good morning, traders. Welcome to our preview of the economic calendar this week, with a focus on the data and news stories that could have the greatest impact on gold, the US Dollar, and correlated assets.

Gold Price Recap: February 17 - February 21
By John Moncrief on Feb 21st, 2020

Gold Price Recap: February 17 - February 21

Happy Friday, traders. Welcome to our weekly market wrap, with a focus on the economic data and market narratives that mattered the most for gold, the Dollar, and related assets.

Gold Price Eyes $1,650 as Existing Home Sales Fall in January
By Benjamin Roussey on Feb 21st, 2020

Gold Price Eyes $1,650 as Existing Home Sales Fall in January

The latest report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) indicated a 1.3% drop in existing home sales for the month of January, with sales falling to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.46 million units. While sales dropped, they were higher than expected, with a 1.8% to 5.43 million units drop initially forecast.

Gold Posts Major Gains as US Manufacturing Fails to Reach Expectations for February
By Conor Maloney on Feb 21st, 2020

Gold Posts Major Gains as US Manufacturing Fails to Reach Expectations for February

The IHS Markit’s manufacturing PMI fell to 50.8 vs. 51.9 in January, failing to reach the 51.5 reading forecast by the market. The services and composite PMIs fell below 50 to contraction territory, with services posting the lowest reading in six years.

Gold Price Holds Above $1,600 as Initial Jobless Claims See Slight Increase
By Conor Maloney on Feb 20th, 2020

Gold Price Holds Above $1,600 as Initial Jobless Claims See Slight Increase

Initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose from 206,000 to 210,000 for the week ended February 15, according to the Labor Department. Data for the previous week was revised upward by 1,000 claims. Overall, the labor market appears to be in good health, with low layoffs nationwide following increased hiring last month.

Philadelphia Manufacturing Index Punches Above Three Year High, Gold Holds Gains
By Conor Maloney on Feb 20th, 2020

Philadelphia Manufacturing Index Punches Above Three Year High, Gold Holds Gains

The Philadelphia Federal Reserve manufacturing index rose 20 points to 36.7 during February, beating the expected reading of just 10 points. The index measures business conditions in the region, and points to renewed strength for Q1 2020 following a year of weak results.

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John Moncrief

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Matthew Bolden

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Ryan Page

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