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Price of Gold Ticks Downwards, Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index at Four-Month High
By Conor Maloney on May 16th, 2019

Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index at Four-Month High

The Philadelphia Federal Reserve reports that its manufacturing index hit a four-month high of 16.6 in May, well above the reading of 8.5 seen in April as well as the expected figure of only 9. Based on the data, it’s possible that inventories are finally unwinding after being stockpiled throughout the ongoing trade war, a view also supported by the recent NY Fed manufacturing report.

Consumer Spending Falls Putting Pressure on Shaky Markets
By Ryan Page on May 15th, 2019

Consumer Spending Falls Putting Pressure on Shaky Markets

Consumer spending fell 0.2% in April, a sign that the overall economy might be slowing. Retail Sales in March were revised up from a 1.6% increase to a 1.7% increase following the decline in February. Retailers could take further hits if President Trump imposes the additional tariffs, many of the new proposed tariffs are focused on consumer products.

Growth in US Industrial Production Slumps to Two-Year Low in April
By Conor Maloney on May 15th, 2019

Growth in US Industrial Production Slumps to Two-Year Low in April

Industrial production in the US declined by -0.5% in April, brought low by a major drop in factory output due to the ongoing reduced demand for autos and auto parts. The rate of growth was the slowest in two years, and the 2nd worst since the last recession.

Gold Price Rises as Empire State Manufacturing Index Hits Six-Month High in May
By Conor Maloney on May 15th, 2019

Gold Price Rises as Empire State Manufacturing Index Hits Six-Month High in May

The New York Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that the Empire State manufacturing survey reached a six-month high in May, climbing from 10.1 in April to 17.8 in May. The result is well above market expectations of a 2-point decline to 8.0.

Gold Price Preview: May 13 - May 17
By John Moncrief on May 13th, 2019

Gold Price Preview: May 13 - May 17

Good morning traders, welcome to another week in the markets. We’re off to an energetic start to the week, after the mild quiet of Sunday evening and overnight trading was broken by the news of China’s trade retaliation which has sunk the Dollar and US Equities and lifted gold prices more than $10 at time of writing.

Gold Price Recap: May 6 - May 10
By John Moncrief on May 10th, 2019

Gold Price Recap: May 6 - May 10

Good morning traders, and happy Friday. There wasn’t a great deal on the economic calendar this week, so without much to breakdown we can send everyone home early for the weekend. So, what kind of week has it been?

Gold Prices Climb as US Consumer Prices Rise in April, Inflation Remains Muted
By Conor Maloney on May 10th, 2019

Gold Prices Climb as US Consumer Prices Rise in April, Inflation Remains Muted

Consumer prices in April rose 0.3% in April, in line with market expectations following a 0.4% gain in March. Annually, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) was slightly below expectations. Inflation pressure remains tame for the time being.

Jobless Claims Fall Less Than Expected, Little Change to the Markets
By Ryan Page on May 9th, 2019

Jobless Claims Fall Less Than Expected, Little Change to the Markets

Economists forecasted jobless claims to decrease to 220,000. The figure was a slight miss as jobless claims reported a seasonally adjusted 228,000 for the week ending May 4th.  The number of people still receiving benefits after the first week increased 13,000 to 1.68 million for the week ending April 27th. April added 263,000 jobs with the unemployment rate dropping to 3.6%.

US Trade Deficit Widens in March but Gap With China Hits Three-Year Low
By Conor Maloney on May 9th, 2019

US Trade Deficit Widens in March but Gap With China Hits Three-Year Low

The US trade deficit grew slightly in March by 1.5% to $50.4 billion, and the trade gap with China sunk to the lowest level in three years due to sinking imports in an ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing.

Gold Price Dips Following Tame Inflation Pressure From Producer Prices in April
By Conor Maloney on May 9th, 2019

Gold Price Dips Following Tame Inflation Pressure From Producer Prices in April

A measure of US inflation pressure rose beneath market expectations in April, with the Producer Prices Index (PPI) increasing by 2.4% annually.

German Industrial Production Rose Unexpectedly in March, Spot Gold Price Tests $1290
By Conor Maloney on May 8th, 2019

German Industrial Production Rose Unexpectedly in March, Spot Gold Price Tests $1290

German industrial production defied expectations of a -0.5% contraction, with the latest report indicating 0.5% growth instead. The report has wider implications for the Eurozone economy.

Gold Price Preview: May 6 - May 10
By John Moncrief on May 6th, 2019

Gold Price Preview: May 6 - May 10

Happy Monday traders, welcome to your look at the macroeconomic week ahead as it pertains to gold markets. This morning gold spot price is trading roughly where it had closed last week’s session on Friday, but that doesn’t quite tell the whole story.

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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.

Benjamin enjoys sports, movies, reading, and current events when he is not working online. He currently resides in the Phoenix area.

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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.