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Asian Metals Market Update: July-29-2020

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 — Published: Wednesday, 29 July 2020 | Print  | Disqus 

Gold and silver are firm before the FOMC. There is expectation that Federal Reserve will reiterate of easy monetary policy for a very long time. Federal Reserve and most central banks will tolerate higher inflation for the rest of the year and next year. This is one of the reason why gold and silver prices are rising.

I have been saying for quite a while that global economic growth in the third quarter is the key. June saw pent up demand due to earlier month closure. A sharp fall in July US consumer confidence could be just an indication of more bad US economic data releases over the coming few weeks. Gold and silver will rise unless US economy shows signs of sustained rebound.

Corrections has been short lived. Yesterday’s sharp price reversal was an indication of the future trend in gold and silver.

COMEX GOLD DECEMBER 2020 – current price $1964.90

·         Gold needs to trade over $1948.50-$1958.50 zone till Friday to rise to $2048.60 and $2095.90.

·         Sell off will be there only if gold trades below $1946.40.

·         I am against new buying unless gold trades over

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