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Gold Futures - Dec 15 (GCZ5)

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1,093.80 -3.10    -0.28%
1:28:15 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,096.90
  • Open: 1,092.00
  • Day's Range: 1,092.00 - 1,095.50
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Imperial Options
Markets Prepare For Fed Rate Statement, GDP
By Imperial Options - Jul 27, 2015

Amid plunging commodity prices, disappointing earnings on Wall Street and concerns about a protracted slowdown in China, the week ahead features a slew of market-moving events headlined by the Federal...

Alfonso Esparza
Gold Nears 5-Year Low Awaiting FOMC
By Alfonso Esparza - Jul 27, 2015

Gold lost ground on Monday, moving closer to last week’s 5-1/2 year lows below $1,100 per ounce, with expectations for a near-term U.S. interest rate hike seen keeping momentum firmly with the ...

Michael Pento
How To Identify A Classic Bubble
By Michael Pento - Jul 27, 2015

One of the most ironic and fascinating characteristics about an asset bubble is that central banks claim they can’t recognize one until after it bursts. And Wall Street apologists tend to ignore...

Gary Tanashian
Gold's Macrocosm
By Gary Tanashian - Jul 27, 2015 1

Below is the opening segment of this week’s edition of Notes From the Rabbit Hole, NFTRH 353. After this theoretical exercise we got down to nuts-and-bolts analysis, which provided logical ...

IFC Markets
US Dollar, Commodities Eye FRS Meeting
By IFC Markets - Jul 27, 2015

Global stock indices retreated on Friday. We assume they were driven down by negative macroeconomic data from the USA and the EU. New Home sales slumped 6.8% in June to their 7-month lowest. ...

Technical Trading
Daily FX And Dow Jones Levels: July 27th, 2015
By Technical Trading - Jul 27, 2015

EUR/USD Today’s support: - 1.0963 1.0935 and 1.0918 (main), where correction is possible. Break would give 1.0893, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.0867. Break of the latter would ...

Swissquote Bank SA
Sell-Off In Asia Stocks Accelerate
By Swissquote Bank SA - Jul 27, 2015

Systemic risk build, USD lower in G10 The sell-off in equity markets accelerated in the Asian session, increasing the potential for systemic risk. China’s Shanghai Composite is now down -8.48%, ...

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jake pojawis
jake pojawis Jul 27, 2015 11:20PM GMT
if interest rates start to rise and economy starts to falter again in America, America is screwed, they will be unable to sell all the bonds they bought during QE, and they will have no gold in reserve.... all they will have are junk bonds, just like EU, and will need a Chinese bailout again, but China is in trouble too, so everyone's in trouble, lol
Marty McFly
Marty McFly Jul 28, 2015 12:00AM GMT
you should really stick with your disturbing "less than $35 gold" expectation and let the analysts do their jobs
jake pojawis
jake pojawis Jul 28, 2015 12:10AM GMT
that might have been an overshoot, i changed my mind since then, am i allowed to change my mind? with corporations warning of lower revenues, imagine what that will do to the economy? unemployment will rise, ***** 99% are making minimum wage, even mcdonalds is in trouble.... sure raise rates... they gonna raise rates just to do it and then finally gold can start rising again

Santhosh Sri
Santhosh Sri Jul 27, 2015 09:34PM GMT
Gold Chart: 1,093.90 by Santhosh Sri
Gold Chart: 1,093.90 by Santhosh Sri broke to the upside ..hourly also
suleman peter
suleman peter Jul 27, 2015 10:15PM GMT
so what you say ? it can cross 1105 ?

Santhosh Sri
Santhosh Sri Jul 27, 2015 09:30PM GMT
5 hrs
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