Gold Futures - Dec 15 (GCZ5)

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1,132.90 +10.30    +0.92%
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Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,122.60
  • Open: 1,125.50
  • Day's Range: 1,123.10 - 1,140.30
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Prev. Close1,122.60
MonthDec 15
Tick Size0.1
Contract Size100 Troy Ounces
Tick Value10
Day's Range1,123.10 - 1,140.30
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolGC
52 wk Range1073.70 - 1303.50
Last Trading Day11/27/2015
1-Year Return-11.89%
Point Value1 = $100

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E Seng SNG
E Seng SNG 1 hour ago
if the dlr corrects by 20-25% ..why would au be bearish at this lvl ??
E Seng SNG
E Seng SNG 1 hour ago
check out AU open-interest ..bullish ?
MH MHMH 1 hour ago
gordon rictchi don't understand your view you right bullish comments but post bearish charts, i believe we are going to $1200 is next target, even with a higher dollar, gold did the same thing before the fore, i do't thing the dollar will be a problem.
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie 3 hours ago
The dollar is never a problem when there is the Chinese currency backing it from the point of view of being tied to it and the Chinese being the defacto creditor for a nation that in general holds a hat in hand. (As history has proven) The dollar is overvalued probably by a good 25% and this does not serve China's interests nor any emerging markets hence in Chinas case they are not as before tied to the dollar. With this in mind and the current situation one could very well expect an inflationary push from China going forward. Now I would say there are two trains of thought here based on a dollar correction of between 20/30%. 1) The dollar sees an interest rate hike or alternatively 2) the Fed prints up a further round of QE. or both of the above simultaneously. This is about competitive trade advantage but so is it about the IMF and its decision to not include the Yuan in the basket. The point is don't be so sure China will tie to the dollar going forward again...
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie 3 hours ago
now should they not one can imagine a little more than a push of inflation going forward from China as it continues to liquidate treasuries(according to Washington)...commodities are priced in dollars and emerging markets as a whole are in trouble as well as global trade is nonexistent. simply put expect QE and interest rate hikes at the same time as China steps back and does not return and peg to the dollar going forward again. Under those circumstances the US inflationary pressures will come and I don't think China will be standing by again holding the dollars hand.
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie 3 hours ago
the charts are what they are...if you want your 1200 then look at the I think it will come (maybe) do I think gold has further downside (yes)
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie 3 hours ago
I would point out that through not being pegged to the dollar the Yuan will not strengthen against other emerging market currencies going forward...the dollar is overvalued and it is this that causes the problems for emerging markets and it is emerging markets who hold dollar reserves and they will start liquidating those reserves prior to a dollar correction unfolding. (if they are wise)
Lian Huiyan
Lian Huiyan 2 hours ago
I go long in gold
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