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Nonfarm Payrolls: Shakes off February’s Miss and Beats Expectations
By Ryan Page on Apr 5th, 2019

Nonfarm Payrolls: Shakes off February’s Miss and Beats Expectations

March’s Non-Farm Payrolls beat expectations coming in at 196,000 while the unemployment rate held steady at 3.8 percent. March’s payroll increased by 4 cents to $27.70 representing a slowdown in wage growth. January and February added 14,000 more jobs than previously reported. The dollar and gold traded in both directions following the report but now sit almost unchanged about an hour following the data. 

Gold Price Slips as Initial Jobless Claims Reach 49-Year Low
By Conor Maloney on Apr 4th, 2019

Gold Price Slips as Initial Jobless Claims Reach 49-Year Low

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits reached the lowest level since 1969 last week, indicating continued strength in the labor market. Claims were reported at 202,000 vs 216,000 expected, up from 211,000 the week before.

Potential Economic Slowdown as Services Sector Weakest in Over a Year
By Conor Maloney on Apr 3rd, 2019

Potential Economic Slowdown as Services Sector Weakest in Over a Year

The ISM non-manufacturing index has fallen to the weakest level since August 2017 with a reading of just 56.1 in March. The reading is below expectations and comes on the same day as a report indicating the beginnings of a labor market slowdown.

Big Miss in March Private Sector Employment at 129k vs 170k Expected
By Conor Maloney on Apr 3rd, 2019

Big Miss in March Private Sector Employment at 129k vs 170k Expected

March saw less private sector jobs created than expected with 129,000 new jobs compared to 170,000 expected according to Wednesday’s ADP report. The previous month’s reading was revised upward to 197,000 from 183,000.

Gold Slightly Higher but Crypto Is Getting All the Attention Today
By Matthew Bolden on Apr 2nd, 2019

Gold Slightly Higher but Bitcoin Is Getting All the Attention Today

The gold and crypto markets are moving higher today as stocks take a step back following two recent days of strong gains. The gold market is fairly quiet today, however, Bitcoin and other cryptos are getting some significant attention.

Gold Price Ticks Upward Following Weak Durable Goods Orders Report
By Conor Maloney on Apr 2nd, 2019

Gold Price Ticks Upward Following Weak Durable Goods Orders Report

US factories saw a drop in business equipment orders in February for the third time in four months, an indication that the trade war is continuing to impact manufacturing. Durable goods dropped -1.6% vs 1.2% expected.

Gold Price Slightly Lower as Manufacturing PMI Shows Expansion
By Matthew Bolden on Apr 1st, 2019

Gold Price Slightly Lower as Manufacturing PMI Shows Expansion

The latest reading of Manufacturing PMI showed a rise in activity for March compared to February. The 55.3 reading for March was better than the expected reading of 54.5 and February’s 54.2 level.

Gold Price Preview: April 1-5
By John Moncrief on Apr 1st, 2019

Gold Price Preview: April 1 - 5

Gold prices have started the week with some upward momentum after challenging—and then solidifying—support at the $1290 in the overnight session. After laying the groundwork during the first hours of New York’s trading session, the yellow metal was given a boost from lower than expected numbers in the February US Retail report; the month-over-month number showed an unanticipated drop.

Gold Price Recap: March 25 - 29
By John Moncrief on Mar 29th, 2019

Gold Price Recap: March 25 - 29

After a real back-end-of-the-rollercoaster kind of week, gold markets are heading towards the Friday close having set strong support at the $1290/oz level. Thursday’s $20 collapse in prices was likely initiated by direct action in the gold markets: with the end-of-month roll for future contracts and another failure to break $1320/oz, traders likely took the opportunity to sell their closing month gold positions and take profits rather than roll those contracts into the next active month.

New Home Sales Reach 11-Month High
By Conor Maloney on Mar 29th, 2019

New Home Sales Reach 11-Month High

US new home sales hit an 11-month high in February as revised mortgage rates increase affordability and allow new buyers to enter the market. January figures were revised higher.

Pending Home Sales Drop 1% in February After Big Gains in January
By Ryan Page on Mar 29th, 2019

Pending Home Sales Drop 1% in February After Big Gains in January

Pending home sales dropped 1% in February, declining 4.9% year over year. The pending home sales index dropped to 101.9 in February, down from January’s figure of 103.2. Housing activity varies region to region with the South and West showing increases in contract signings while the Northeast and Midwest have shown declines.

Consumer Spending and Incomes Fall Short of Expectations, Inflation Muted
By Conor Maloney on Mar 29th, 2019

Consumer Spending and Incomes Fall Short of Expectations, Inflation Muted

US consumer spending missed forecasts in January, rising less than expected after the dip in December. Spending ticked upward by 0.1% in January, while February data for personal incomes showed an increase of 0.2%. Inflation also came in below expectations.

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Benjamin Roussey

Benjamin Roussey has two master’s degrees and served four years in the US Navy. He writes professionally for several sites that cover one sector of our economy to another, including GoldPrice.org.

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Conor Maloney is a journalist with hundreds of articles covering financial markets and topics published on sites like Yahoo Finance and GoldPrice.org.

He is passionate about blockchain, cybersecurity, and financial independence, and he believes in gold as a viable alternative to fiat currency.

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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.

Matthew Bolden

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.