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The Gold Newsletter Week in Review

Gold Closes Almost Unchanged

Gold Closes Almost Unchanged      Commentary for Friday, Dec 15, 2017 – Gold closed up $0.50 at $1254.30. It trended higher on the open but could not hold these gains as the dollar increased in strength. The Dollar Index was steady at 93.60 on the open but drifted towards 94.00 encouraged most likely from higher […]

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Gold Pricing Remains Interesting

Gold Pricing Remains Interesting    Commentary for Thursday, Dec 14, 2017 – Gold closed up $8.40 today at $1253.80 – so a small uptick most likely reflected in yesterday’s aftermarket. The Dollar Index has been a bit choppy but surprisingly weaker these past few days moving to around 93.50 which helps gold pricing. The Commerce Department […]

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Gold Surprisingly Firm after FOMC “Raises”

Gold Surprisingly Firm after FOMC “Raises” Commentary for Wednesday, Dec 13, 2017 – Gold closed up $6.90 at $1245.40 but what is more interesting is the aftermarket. The FOMC did as expected and raised interest rates a ¼ point – most thought this would further pressure gold. Today’s close was fixed before the rate release was […]

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Gold Steady Ahead of the FOMC 

Gold Steady Ahead of the FOMC  Commentary for Monday, Dec 11, 2017 – Gold closed down $1.50 at $1243.70 and I really don’t expect any explosive action one way or the other before the end of this year – my bet is that this fear of lower prices will simply morph into “steady as she goes” […]

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Gold Remains Soft into the Weekend

Gold Remains Soft into the Weekend  Commentary for Friday, Dec 8, 2017 – Gold closed down $4.60 at $1245.20 – not a good week. In the past 5 trading days gold has lost $33.60 – 4 down days against 1 modest up day. The reasons behind this weakness stem from a newly found financial optimism – […]

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