Gold prices touched a more than one-week high on Monday, as an easing dollar supported greenback-priced bullion, although rising U.S. Treasury yields capped gains. FUNDAMENTALS Spot gold rose 0.3% to $1,850.39 per ounce, by 0039 GMT, their highest since May 12. U.S. gold futures GCv1 also gained 0.3% to $1,847.90. The dollar began the week
The moves in the financial markets are so far rather indecisive. While US stocks rebounded overnight, Asian indexes turned softer. Dollar and Yen are recovering slightly after yesterday’s selloff. Commodity currencies are retreating. European majors are mixed. While Euro and Sterling advanced against the greenback, there is no follow through buying so far. Technically, EUR/USD
Last week AUDJPY, AUDUSD, EURJPY, EURUSD, GBPJPY, and GBPUSD all finished positive for the week after a strong sell off the week before. EURUSD and GBPUSD rallied the strongest. Will the rally continue for a second week or was that a short relief rally within the longer-term downtrend? AUDJPY Daily chart: Monthly support at 86.24,
Incumbent Prime Minister Scott Morrison conceded defeat Saturday evening. His LNP coalition lost 20 seats, including several high profile MPs. Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg lost his seat, a seat held by the conservatives for generations; for 120+ years up until Saturday. Frydenberg lost to an independent. Labor leader Anthony Albanese will form a new Australian
SINGAPORE – Oil prices rose more than $1 a barrel in early Asian trade on Wednesday on hopes of demand recovery in China as the country gradually eases some of its strict COVID-19 containment measures. Brent crude futures were up $1.15, or 1.0%, at $113.08 a barrel at 0042 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate
There’s a consistent theme of US dollar weakness across the board this week. That goes along with falling yields and rising gold. It’s a picture that looks more like a broader turn than anything we’re seeing in the stock market, though some of the strength into Friday’s close is promising. I’m not a fan of