Gold slips from 1-month peak on Sino-US trade talk hopes

Gold bars at the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant in Vienna, Austria. Gold prices steadied on Wednesday, having retreated from a one-month peak hit in the previous session as optimism surrounding trade talks between Washington and Beijing soothed investor concerns, boosting global stocks and the dollar. Simultaneously, Asian stocks also turned cautiously optimistic surrounding trade developments between the two countries on Wednesday, while still not completely discounting the possibili


Gold bars at the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant in Vienna, Austria. Gold prices steadied on Wednesday, having retreated from a one-month peak hit in the previous session as optimism surrounding trade talks between Washington and Beijing soothed investor concerns, boosting global stocks and the dollar. Simultaneously, Asian stocks also turned cautiously optimistic surrounding trade developments between the two countries on Wednesday, while still not completely discounting the possibili
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Gold slips from 1-month peak on Sino-US trade talk hopes

Gold bars at the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant in Vienna, Austria.

Gold prices steadied on Wednesday, having retreated from a one-month peak hit in the previous session as optimism surrounding trade talks between Washington and Beijing soothed investor concerns, boosting global stocks and the dollar.

Spot gold was steady at $1,296.49 an ounce by 0808 GMT.

U.S. gold futures edged 0.1% higher to $1,297.20 an ounce.

“Gold is restrained as people are still interested in the dollar. The $1,300 level also looks like a good resistance,” said Peter Fung, head of dealing at Wing Fung Precious Metals in Hong Kong.

The dollar held firm in early Asian trading, having been supported on Tuesday by U.S. President Donald Trump downplaying the recent escalation in his trade war with China as “a little squabble” and insisting that talks between the two countries had not collapsed.

A stronger dollar makes gold more expensive for holders of non-U.S. currency.

Simultaneously, Asian stocks also turned cautiously optimistic surrounding trade developments between the two countries on Wednesday, while still not completely discounting the possibilities of a protracted spat.

“The (gold) market is holding because some people bought gold especially after the Chinese government also raised tariffs on U.S. goods,” Fung said, adding that the metal is expected to remain range-bound between $1,280 and $1,310 an ounce.

The biggest trigger for gold, which had been mostly range-bound for the past week, came on Monday after China announced that it would impose retaliatory tariffs on a range of U.S. goods.

There was some profit-taking in the previous session after prices jumped about $20 on Monday and above the key $1,300 level, analysts and traders said.

“The ongoing Sino-U.S. trade dispute has illustrated cooling conditions as both parties expressed willingness to resolve existing trade differences,” Phillip Futures analysts wrote in a note.

“Gold prices though easing up on bullish gains will remain supported as investors remain cautious on lingering U.S.-China trade worries in the near term.”

Market participants now keenly eye economic data from Europe that will provide further cues on the strength of the global economy.

Among other precious metals, silver rose 0.2% to $14.81 an ounce, while platinum fell 0.2% to $853.75.

Palladium fell 0.7% to $1,326.25 an ounce.


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Dollar supported as US yields rise to 1-month highs

The dollar was steady against a basket of its peers on Thursday, supported by higher long-term U.S. Treasury yields on improving investor appetite for risk assets, though lingering concerns over U.S.-China trade tensions checked the greenback. The dollar index against a group of six major currencies was flat at 89.635 after edging up 0.1 percent on Wednesday. “While the spreads between U.S. yields and those in Japan and the euro zone continue to widen, the dollar cannot take full advantage due t


The dollar was steady against a basket of its peers on Thursday, supported by higher long-term U.S. Treasury yields on improving investor appetite for risk assets, though lingering concerns over U.S.-China trade tensions checked the greenback. The dollar index against a group of six major currencies was flat at 89.635 after edging up 0.1 percent on Wednesday. “While the spreads between U.S. yields and those in Japan and the euro zone continue to widen, the dollar cannot take full advantage due t
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Dollar supported as US yields rise to 1-month highs

The dollar was steady against a basket of its peers on Thursday, supported by higher long-term U.S. Treasury yields on improving investor appetite for risk assets, though lingering concerns over U.S.-China trade tensions checked the greenback.

The dollar index against a group of six major currencies was flat at 89.635 after edging up 0.1 percent on Wednesday.

The U.S. currency was steady at 107.250 yen having advanced 0.2 percent the previous day.

However, the dollar’s gains were limited given the scope of the rise by the 10-year Treasury note yield, which climbed more than 5 basis points overnight for its biggest one-day surge since March 2.

“The dollar, particularly against the yen, has began re-establishing a correlation with widening yield differentials this month,” said Junichi Ishikawa, senior FX strategist at IG Securities in Tokyo.

“While the spreads between U.S. yields and those in Japan and the euro zone continue to widen, the dollar cannot take full advantage due to lingering ‘Trump risk’,” Ishikawa said.

Ishikawa was referring to the broad uncertainty stemming from U.S. President Donald Trump’s trade and economic policies, as well as geopolitical posturing in the Middle East and elsewhere.

The U.S.-China tariff standoff has heightened volatility in financial markets over the past month.

The yen showed little response to the U.S.-Japan summit, at which Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed to intensify trade consultations between the two longtime allies.

The euro inched up 0.05 percent to $1.2381 after eking out small gains the previous day.

Turkey’s lira stood tall after rallying more than 2 percent against the dollar overnight after the country’s president Tayip Erdogan called snap elections for June 24.

The lira was supported as Erdogan’s call for early elections was seen as the government’s recognition for the need for tighter monetary policy to combat inflation.

The lira last stood at 4.019 against the dollar.


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Dollar wallows near 1-month low, commodity currencies supported

The dollar wallowed near a one-month low against a basket of currencies on Friday, while currencies like the Australian and Canadian dollars were at two-month highs thanks to firmer commodity prices. The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies was little changed at 92.659 after slipping 0.4 percent overnight to 92.573, its lowest since Nov. 27. Many institutional investors close their books at the year-end, a deadline for taxation and reporting of performance, and such activity is


The dollar wallowed near a one-month low against a basket of currencies on Friday, while currencies like the Australian and Canadian dollars were at two-month highs thanks to firmer commodity prices. The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies was little changed at 92.659 after slipping 0.4 percent overnight to 92.573, its lowest since Nov. 27. Many institutional investors close their books at the year-end, a deadline for taxation and reporting of performance, and such activity is
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Dollar wallows near 1-month low, commodity currencies supported

The dollar wallowed near a one-month low against a basket of currencies on Friday, while currencies like the Australian and Canadian dollars were at two-month highs thanks to firmer commodity prices.

The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies was little changed at 92.659 after slipping 0.4 percent overnight to 92.573, its lowest since Nov. 27.

The index was on track to lose 0.5 percent this month.

It will likely end the year down more than 9 percent, its worst showing since 2003, and a Reuters poll showed it is expected to lose a bit more ground against other major currencies next year.

Rebalancing of positions by market participants signals broad selling of the dollar, particularly the yen, towards the year’s end, said Shin Kadota, senior strategist at Barclays in Tokyo.

“Seasonal trends in the currency market have shown that the dollar tends to weaken after Christmas through the first few days of the following year before eventually being bought back again,” he said.

Many institutional investors close their books at the year-end, a deadline for taxation and reporting of performance, and such activity is seen leading to dollar selling pressure.

The dollar was little changed at 112.880 yen. It had slipped to a nine-day low of 112.660 overnight, having gone as high as 113.750 on Dec. 12.


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Gold hits 1-month high as weaker bond yields pressure dollar

Gold hit a one-month high on Thursday, rallying for a ninth straight session as a retreat in the dollar on the back of lower U.S. bond yields drove gains in commodities priced in the currency. Spot gold was up 0.4 percent at $1,291.74 an ounce at 1030 GMT, having earlier touched its highest since Nov. 29 at $1,293.25 an ounce. U.S. gold futures for February delivery were up $2.80 an ounce at $1,294.20. We expect the gold price to finish the year above $1,300 mark, and that would send a strong bu


Gold hit a one-month high on Thursday, rallying for a ninth straight session as a retreat in the dollar on the back of lower U.S. bond yields drove gains in commodities priced in the currency. Spot gold was up 0.4 percent at $1,291.74 an ounce at 1030 GMT, having earlier touched its highest since Nov. 29 at $1,293.25 an ounce. U.S. gold futures for February delivery were up $2.80 an ounce at $1,294.20. We expect the gold price to finish the year above $1,300 mark, and that would send a strong bu
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Gold hits 1-month high as weaker bond yields pressure dollar

Gold hit a one-month high on Thursday, rallying for a ninth straight session as a retreat in the dollar on the back of lower U.S. bond yields drove gains in commodities priced in the currency.

The metal is also benefiting from technically driven momentum after closing above its 100-day moving average on Wednesday for the first time since late November, analysts said.

Spot gold was up 0.4 percent at $1,291.74 an ounce at 1030 GMT, having earlier touched its highest since Nov. 29 at $1,293.25 an ounce. U.S. gold futures for February delivery were up $2.80 an ounce at $1,294.20.

“The weakness in the dollar is playing its part,” Naeem Aslam, chief market analyst at ThinkMarkets, said. “We do think that this trend will continue into 2018. We expect the gold price to finish the year above $1,300 mark, and that would send a strong buy signal for traders.”

The dollar came under pressure on Thursday from a recent dip in U.S. 10-year bond yields, reaching its lowest in nearly four weeks against a basket of currencies.

That helped drive broad gains across commodities, with benchmark Brent crude oil futures near their highest since mid 2015, and copper at a four-year peak.

The dollar index is down more than 9 percent so far this year, and is on course for its biggest annual loss since 2003.


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Dollar at 1-month high on strong price data as markets await Fed

While Fed policy makers’ projection in September suggested they expected three rate hikes in 2018, markets are pricing in only two, with many investors expecting tame inflation will lead to a slower tightening path. U.S. producer price data for November showed 0.4 percent increase in wholesale inflation from the previous month. From a year ago, the producer price index shot up 3.1 percent, the biggestgain since January 2012 and followed a 2.8 percent rise in October. If U.S. consumer price data


While Fed policy makers’ projection in September suggested they expected three rate hikes in 2018, markets are pricing in only two, with many investors expecting tame inflation will lead to a slower tightening path. U.S. producer price data for November showed 0.4 percent increase in wholesale inflation from the previous month. From a year ago, the producer price index shot up 3.1 percent, the biggestgain since January 2012 and followed a 2.8 percent rise in October. If U.S. consumer price data
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Dollar at 1-month high on strong price data as markets await Fed

While Fed policy makers’ projection in September suggested they expected three rate hikes in 2018, markets are pricing in only two, with many investors expecting tame inflation will lead to a slower tightening path.

“Although price trend seem to be picking up, it is not clear if that is enough to convince dovish members of the Fed on the need to be concerned about inflation,” said Shinichiro Kadota, senior strategist at Barclays.

U.S. producer price data for November showed 0.4 percent increase in wholesale inflation from the previous month.

From a year ago, the producer price index shot up 3.1 percent, the biggestgain since January 2012 and followed a 2.8 percent rise in October.

If U.S. consumer price data due at 1330 GMT on Wednesday also shows a similar uptick, that could fuel expectation of faster Fed rate hikes, analysts said.

Traders are also looking to Senate election in Alabama, where Republican Roy Moore, facing allegations of sexual misconduct, is battling a former U.S. Attorney Doug Jones, 63, who hopes to pull off an upset victory in the deeply conservative Southern state.

A Jones victory is seen as negative for the dollar and U.S. stocks as it would narrow the Republicans’ already slim majority in the U.S. Senate, possibly making it harder for Trump to advance his policy agenda including big tax cuts.

Elsewhere, the British pound hovered at $1.3315, near two-week lows of $1.3303 touched on Tuesday, although the currency was briefly propped up by data showing British inflation unexpectedly hit a near six-year high in November.

Consumer price inflation rose to an annual rate of 3.1 percent in November, above economists’ average expectations of 3.0 percent rise.

As that is more than a percentage point above the Bank of England’s 2 percent target, Governor Mark Carney will have to explain to finance minister Philip Hammond what the BoE is doing in response.

But because one of the main reasons behind the surge in inflation has been the pound’s plunge since last June’s vote for Brexit – about 12 percent on a trade-weighted basis – the BoE has said it expects it to come off slowly over the next three years to just above 2 percent as sterling steadies.

There was no notable change in market expectations on the BoE’s policy outlook, with sterling overnight indexed swaps pricing in a very small chance of a rate hike within the next six months.


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Gold dips on firmer dollar but stays close to 1-month peak

Gold eased on Monday due to a stronger U.S. dollar, but remained near a one-month high hit in the previous session on uncertainty over progress on a potential overhaul of the U.S. tax code. Spot gold was down 0.2 percent at $1,291.44 per ounce by 0757 GMT, but not far off Friday’s peak of $1,297, its strongest level since Oct. 16. “Much of this will depend on the progress (or lack thereof) that the U.S. tax bill makes in the Senate. If efforts to pass it flounder, we could see a much sharper cor


Gold eased on Monday due to a stronger U.S. dollar, but remained near a one-month high hit in the previous session on uncertainty over progress on a potential overhaul of the U.S. tax code. Spot gold was down 0.2 percent at $1,291.44 per ounce by 0757 GMT, but not far off Friday’s peak of $1,297, its strongest level since Oct. 16. “Much of this will depend on the progress (or lack thereof) that the U.S. tax bill makes in the Senate. If efforts to pass it flounder, we could see a much sharper cor
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Gold dips on firmer dollar but stays close to 1-month peak

Gold eased on Monday due to a stronger U.S. dollar, but remained near a one-month high hit in the previous session on uncertainty over progress on a potential overhaul of the U.S. tax code.

Spot gold was down 0.2 percent at $1,291.44 per ounce by 0757 GMT, but not far off Friday’s peak of $1,297, its strongest level since Oct. 16.

U.S. gold futures for December delivery dropped 0.4 percent to $1,291.20.

“Friday’s move higher has definitely improved gold’s chart patterns, but it remains to be seen if this will be enough to attract fresh fund buying,” INTL FCStone analyst Edward Meir said in a note.

“Much of this will depend on the progress (or lack thereof) that the U.S. tax bill makes in the Senate. If efforts to pass it flounder, we could see a much sharper correction set in over U.S. equities, prompting another leg higher in gold.”

U.S. President Donald Trump would not insist on including repeal of an Obama-era health insurance mandate in a bill intended to enact the biggest overhaul of the tax code since the 1980s, a senior White House aide said on Sunday.

“The apparent difficulty in getting tax cuts approved in the U.S. Senate has seen investors return to safe-haven assets,” ANZ analysts said in a note.


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Gold rises from 1-month lows; palladium at discount to platinum

Gold rose on Thursday after falling to one-month lows on expectations of a rise in U.S. interest rates this year, while platinum fell to a discount against palladium for the first time since 2001 on waning demand for diesel cars. Spot gold rose 0.3 percent to $1,284.36 per ounce at 0127 GMT after it revisited the previous session’s low of $1,280.72 an ounce, the lowest since Aug. 25U.S. gold futures for December delivery fell 0.1 percent to $1,287.00 per ounce. Palladium hit price parity with it


Gold rose on Thursday after falling to one-month lows on expectations of a rise in U.S. interest rates this year, while platinum fell to a discount against palladium for the first time since 2001 on waning demand for diesel cars. Spot gold rose 0.3 percent to $1,284.36 per ounce at 0127 GMT after it revisited the previous session’s low of $1,280.72 an ounce, the lowest since Aug. 25U.S. gold futures for December delivery fell 0.1 percent to $1,287.00 per ounce. Palladium hit price parity with it
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Gold rises from 1-month lows; palladium at discount to platinum

Gold rose on Thursday after falling to one-month lows on expectations of a rise in U.S. interest rates this year, while platinum fell to a discount against palladium for the first time since 2001 on waning demand for diesel cars.

Spot gold rose 0.3 percent to $1,284.36 per ounce at 0127 GMT after it revisited the previous session’s low of $1,280.72 an ounce, the lowest since Aug. 25

U.S. gold futures for December delivery fell 0.1 percent to $1,287.00 per ounce.

Palladium hit price parity with its better-known sister metal platinum on Wednesday for the first time since 2001, as demand expectations for the two assets diverge.

Platinum is more heavily used in diesel vehicles that have fallen out of favor since 2015’s Volkswagen emissions-rigging scandal. Palladium has benefited from the switch to petrol

engines and expectations for growth in hybrid electric vehicles, which tend to be gasoline powered.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday proposed the biggest U.S. tax overhaul in three decades, offering to cut taxes for most Americans but prompting criticism that the plan favors the rich and companies and could add trillions of dollars to the deficit.

The dollar on Wednesday climbed to a one-month high against a basket of currencies, while financial stocks and Treasury yields rose after strong economic data helped boost expectations for a U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate hike in December.

New orders for U.S.-made capital goods increased more than expected in August and shipments maintained their upward trend, pointing to underlying strength in the economy despite an anticipated drag on growth from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Gold smuggling in India, the world’s second-biggest consumer of the metal, is likely to rise during the country’s peak holiday season as buyers try to avoid paying a new sales tax and to dodge new transparency rules.

The Fed has no need to raise interest rates anytime soon because U.S. economic growth will not rise appreciably over 2 percent this year and inflation will likely remain low, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said on Wednesday.

The “reflation,” or “Trumpflation,” trade that drove financial markets after Trump’s surprise U.S. presidential election victory last November made a comeback on Wednesday as the unveiling of Trump’s long-promised tax overhaul revived bets that markets would benefit from both faster economic growth and inflation.


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Gold hits 1-month high, geopolitical tensions support

Risk surrounding the closeness of Britain’s upcoming elections, the prospect of early elections in Italy and worries over Greek debt were supporting gold, said Jeffrey Halley, a senior market analyst at OANDA. British Prime Minister Theresa May’s lead over the opposition Labour Party dropped to 6 percentage points in a poll published on Tuesday, with the election due next week. Germany will vote on Sept. 24, while elections are due in Italy by May 2018. Meanwhile, euro zone finance ministers fai


Risk surrounding the closeness of Britain’s upcoming elections, the prospect of early elections in Italy and worries over Greek debt were supporting gold, said Jeffrey Halley, a senior market analyst at OANDA. British Prime Minister Theresa May’s lead over the opposition Labour Party dropped to 6 percentage points in a poll published on Tuesday, with the election due next week. Germany will vote on Sept. 24, while elections are due in Italy by May 2018. Meanwhile, euro zone finance ministers fai
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Gold hits 1-month high, geopolitical tensions support

Risk surrounding the closeness of Britain’s upcoming elections, the prospect of early elections in Italy and worries over Greek debt were supporting gold, said Jeffrey Halley, a senior market analyst at OANDA.

“The picture will get more muddy as the week goes on as we have a lot of data from around the world coming in,” he said.

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s lead over the opposition Labour Party dropped to 6 percentage points in a poll published on Tuesday, with the election due next week.

In Italy, former prime minister Matteo Renzi suggested on Sunday that the country’s next election be held at the same time as Germany’s amid mounting speculations that Italians could head to the polls in the autumn. Germany will vote on Sept. 24, while elections are due in Italy by May 2018.

Meanwhile, euro zone finance ministers failed to agree with the International Monetary Fund last week on Greek debt relief as well as failing to release new loans to Athens.

“The ongoing political uncertainty in the market is really driving safe-haven buying at the moment,” said ANZ analyst Daniel Hynes.

“Weaker equity markets certainly have played their part, but support from that has been sporadic and we’re continuously seeing a strong level of safe-haven demand being the primary driver still.”


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