Tag: U.S. Consumer Confidence

Gold and Silver Outlook for December 27-30

With the year winding down as we are heading towards the last week of 2016, the markets are likely to demonstrate – as they did last week – low volatility and liquidity. For precious metals, this could be a chance…

Financial Market Outlook for July 25-29

The ECB and BOE didn’t change their policy and now the markets will shift their attention to the FOMC and BOJ; the Fed and Bank of Japan aren’t expected to introduce new policy measures but the tone of their statements…

Gold and Silver Outlook for February 22-26

The rally of gold and silver reached an impasse following the recent recovery in equities and the U.S. dollar against the Euro, Aussie dollar and British Pound. Nonetheless, the bearish market sentiment is still looming and could initiate selloffs if…

Gold and Silver Outlook for December 28-31

The last week of the year is upon us. And this week, much like last one, will be a short one with low trading volume. This could result in lower volatility, albeit in the past volatility tended to pick up.…

Financial Market Preview for June 29- July 3

It was supposed to be short week that will focus on the latest non-farm payroll report, alas the Greeks will take center stage again as they will have a referendum on the proposed bailout plan set on July 5th. Athens plead…

Financial Market Preview for June 1-5

The U.S. dollar changed course and rallied against the Japanese yen, Aussie dollar and Canadian dollar and remained nearly flat against the Euro. The GDP for Q1, second estimate, was released on Friday and showed a contraction of 0.7% —…

Gold and Silver Outlook for March 30- April 3

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Even though the oil market has experienced high volatility, this hasn’t translated to sharp movement in precious metals prices. The U.S. GDP report came slightly short and Yellen’s testimony didn’t offer any big headlines, which left the bullion market to…

Financial Market Preview for March 30- April 3

The financial markets shifted focus from Yellen to Yemen, which kept the high volatility mainly over the rising tensions in the Middle East. This week, the main report will to be released is the NF payroll. Other U.S. reports include:…