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US Home Sales Slump Unexpectedly in March After Strong February Data
By Conor Maloney on Apr 22nd, 2019

US Home Sales Slump Unexpectedly in March After Strong February Data

Sales of existing homes in the US fell below market expectations in March following solid performance the month before, pointing to ongoing weakness in the housing market. Sales dropped -4.9% vs -3.8% expected.

Gold Price Preview: April 22 - 26
By John Moncrief on Apr 22nd, 2019

Gold Price Preview: April 22 - 26

Good morning traders, welcome back to another week in the metals markets. After opening Sunday evening on the uptick following a long weekend, gold prices have sunk a bit and returned to their Thursday afternoon levels now trading at $1275/oz.

Gold Price Recap: April 15 - 19
By John Moncrief on Apr 19th, 2019

Gold Price Recap: April 15 - 19

Happy Friday traders. At the end of a shortened week, gold prices and longs are licking their wounds after a breakdown of technical support levels on Tuesday. So, what kind of week has it been?

US Construction Dips Unexpectedly in March, Gold Rises
By Conor Maloney on Apr 19th, 2019

US Construction Dips Unexpectedly in March, Price of Gold Rises

US construction of new homes dropped just shy of a two-year low in March, indicating ongoing difficulty in the housing market despite lower mortgage rates and higher wages alleviating some recent headwinds. Annually, starts dipped 14.2%.

Gold Price Holds Gains as US Jobless Claims Near 50-Year Low
By Conor Maloney on Apr 18th, 2019

Gold Price Holds Gains as US Jobless Claims Near 50-Year Low

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits sunk to the lowest point in 49 ½ years last week, reaching 192,000. The four-week moving average also contracted, dropping 6,000 places to 202,150.

Weak Performance in Manufacturing Seen in Philly Fed Report
By Conor Maloney on Apr 18th, 2019

Weak Performance in Manufacturing Seen in Philly Fed Report

The Philadelphia Fed released a report on Thursday stating that its manufacturing index for April dropped from 13.7 in March to 8.5 in March, now entering single digits and heading toward a contraction.

Retail Sales Punched Well Above Expectations in March, Gold Price Ticks Upward
By Conor Maloney on Apr 18th, 2019

Retail Sales Punched Well Above Expectations in March

The US Census Bureau released a report on Thursday indicating that March retail sales rose by 1.6% vs 1% expected, and following a -0.2% dip the month prior.

US Trade Balance Shows Shrinking Deficit
By Conor Maloney on Apr 17th, 2019

US Trade Balance Shows Shrinking Deficit

The US trade deficit hit an 8-month low in February, spurred on by a sharp increase in civilian aircraft exports. The deficit dropped from $51.1 billion to $49.4 billion.

    US Homebuilder Confidence Climbed in April
    By Conor Maloney on Apr 16th, 2019

    US Homebuilder Confidence Climbed in April

    Confidence in the newly-built single-family home market rose from 62 to 63 in April according to the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) released on Tuesday. The index is closely-watched as an indicator of the future health of the US housing market.

    US Industrial Production Declines in March, Gold Prices Near Four-Month Low
    By Conor Maloney on Apr 16th, 2019

    US Industrial Production Declines in March, Gold Prices Near Four-Month Low

    The Federal Reserve reported on Tuesday that industrial production unexpectedly fell by -0.1% in March, despite market expectations of a 0.1% gain. Compared to expectations, the last four readings for industrial production have been disappointing.

    Gold Price Preview: April 15 - 19
    By John Moncrief on Apr 15th, 2019

    Gold Price Preview: April 15 - 19

    Gold price has started out on the back foot this week, after dropping below the line of support at $1290/oz shortly after the Sunday evening open. After briefly challenging $1282 earlier today, and with some tailwinds from a gloomy outlook reported in the NY Empire State Manufacturing Index for April, the spot price for yellow metal is on the up once again and may make a run at crossing back above $1290.

    Gold Price Recap: April 8 - 12
    By John Moncrief on Apr 12th, 2019

    Gold Price Recap: April 8 - 12

    At the end of a generally quiet week for financial markets gold price has fallen to levels considerably below $1300/oz after a promising start to the week and an attempt to set a toe-hold above the major psychological level.

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