(IBTimes) - Gold Silver and Crude Oil trade
US Gold futures prices finished pit trade higher Thursday as
the precious Yellow metal, and the broad market bounced after 6
The Key Q on precious metals players minds is will the bargain
hunters come in to the market, or will follow-through technical
selling drive prices further South.
Jun Gold last traded + 2.30 at 1,596.50 oz.
Spot Gold was last quoted + 7.00 at 1,597.00 oz.
Jul Comex Silver last traded - 0.046 at 29.195 oz.
The USD index trading steady on Thursday on a corrective
pullback from recent gains. The "Greenback" has benefited
recently on safe-haven demand due to the EU uncertainty.
Crude Oil futures prices traded slightly higher Thursday on
Short covering after hitting a 4.5-month low Wednesday.
Crude Oil remains in a Bearish fundamental and technical mode.
These 2 Key markets continue to have a daily influence on the
precious metals markets.
There was no major news coming out of the EU Thursday. EU
officials did decide to disburse the latest tranche of bailout
funds to Greece.
There are several EU countries' elections in the coming weeks
and months, and they may turn out to be referendums on continuing
to aid the debt-laded EU countries, or even if those debt-laden
countries want to continue their own austerity programs.
This is a very serious matter and suggests the situation will
deteriorate in the coming months. Again, my POV that serious
escalation in the EU debt crisis that threatens to become a
Worldwide debt contagion will be Bullish for Gold.
Overnight Goldman Sachs (
) reports overnight that it is Bullish on Gold, with a 6 month
forecast to 1,840.00 oz.
The London PM Gold fixing was 1,598.50 vs the previous London
PM fixing at 1,582.50
Paul A. Ebeling, Jnr.
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accomplished chart reader who advises technicians with regard to
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