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Gold Futures - Dec 14 (GCZ4)

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1,172.20 -26.40    (-2.20%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,198.60
  • Open: 1,198.50
  • Day's Range: 1,161.00 - 1,202.40
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Gold gains on soft U.S. home sales data
Gold gains on soft U.S. home sales data
By Investing.com - Oct 24, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices edged up on Friday after soft U.S. home sales softened the dollar, though gains were seen as short-lived due to ongoing expectations for the Federal Reserve to begin ...

Gold futures rise but upside seen limited
Gold futures rise but upside seen limited
By Investing.com - Oct 24, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices was higher in early European trade on Friday, but gains were expected to remain limited as Thursday's upbeat U.S. jobless data continued to weigh on the precious metal. On...

Gold futures down $10 after U.S. jobless claims report
Gold futures down $10 after U.S. jobless claims report
By Investing.com - Oct 23, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices were lower on Thursday, after weekly U.S. employment data underlined the view that the labor market is strengthening. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile ...

Gold futures decline ahead of U.S. jobless claims report
Gold futures decline ahead of U.S. jobless claims report
By Investing.com - Oct 23, 2014

Investing.com - Gold prices edged lower on Thursday, as market players looked ahead to the release of key U.S. data later in the session for further indications on the strength of the economy and the ...

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Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Oct 31, 2014 11:39PM GMT
So Japan cranks up its monetary expansion which will result in currency weakness. Now considering actually produce something and are in competition with Europe and China the end result will be exporting deflation to western countries who are already under deflationary pressures. There is really only three choices here. Deflation inflation or default for western countries that are spinning the interest rate yarn. A right conundrum. We have low oil prices cheap gas at the pump in the USA. So it goes without saying consumer confidence is up and away. A few more bucks to spend on goods. So let's look at the consumer. The pragmatic consumer in the USA would pay down his debt. The foolish consumer will spend it on trinkets or 8 more Big Macs a month. Times are good right? Dollar strong imports cheap sure ain't helping deflationary problems Japan exporting theirs it will only be a matter of time before local western producers feel the price squeeze. So what of labour and interest rate hikes?
Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Nov 01, 2014 12:04AM GMT
It is only a matter of time before one of two things happen. Central banks around the world print to try reverse deflation and remain competitive with Japan keeping in mind Japan actually have an export market or commodities go through the roof and bring on inflation which allows this rising interest rate yarn to materialise. If anyone here thinks that further deflation and strengthening western currencies are good you are in for a surprise. Commodities may fall further but it will be limited. Like I say deflation is conpounding the western problems. Inflating away the debts will open the door to interest rate hikes and the only other option is default. Sunshine and smiles and buy physical gold not paper. Production will get cut and stay tuned Chinese physical demand average month on month just hit a new high

Sam Westcott
Sam Westcott Oct 31, 2014 09:03PM GMT
I think gold will fall to 1140 ish but then will rise.

Au Ag Tradevestor
Au Ag Tradevestor Oct 31, 2014 08:23PM GMT
Gold Chart: 1,171.40 by Au Ag Tradevestor
Gold Chart: 1,171.40 by Au Ag Tradevestor Gold 5 min trend up hourly down.Lets look at the hourly.)))
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