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Bullions shine on Friday
Jun 26,2017

Bullion metals ended higher on Friday, 23 June 2017. Gold climbed for a third session in a row on Friday, but its rise on the back of declines in the U.S. dollar and recent weakness in assets perceived as risky wasnt enough to give the metals prices a boost for the week.

August gold rose $7, or 0.6%, to settle at $1,256.40 an ounce, with futures down a dime from last Fridays settlement, after posting losses in each of the past two weeks.

July silver gained 13.8 cents, or 0.8%, to $16.647 an ounce. For the week, silver lost a bit more than a penny.

A softening dollar helped to give precious metals get a lift on Friday, with the ICE U.S. Dollar Index, a measure of the greenback against a half-dozen currencies, down 0.4%. Slack in the dollar can give commodities priced in the currency a boost, making them cheaper for buyers using weaker currencies.

Although the Federal Reserve last week lifted benchmark interest rates and communicated its intention to normalize monetary policy and shrink its $4.5 trillion balance sheet, gold has climbed. Higher rates can dull the demand for gold in favor of investments that do offer a yield and vice versa.

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Indian currency market closed for Holiday
Jun 26,2017

Indian currency market is closed for trading on account of public holiday in observance of Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan ID). The market will resume trading on Tuesday.

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Bullions turn bright
Jun 23,2017

Bullion prices ended higher at Comex on Thursday, 22 June 2016. Gold tallied back-to-back session on Thursday, as the precious metal tried to clamber off five-week lows struck earlier this week.

August gold added $3.60, or 0.3%, to settle at $1,249.40 an ounce after tacking on about 0.2% a day earlier. That was the highest settlement since Friday and it comes just three days after the contract finished Tuesday at its lowest since May 16. ,

July silver gained 13.5 cents, or 0.8%, to $16.509 an ounce.

The closely watched dollar index traded little changed as gold prices closed, lessening the currency-related headwind for commodities priced in the currency, including gold. A stronger dollar tends to make assets pegged to the buck more expensive to buyers using other monetary units. U.S. equities, meanwhile, traded mostly higher after an earlier struggle for direction.

Gold came under pressure earlier in the week, and that downbeat tone continues to cloud the market, as recent comments from Federal Reserve officials raised expectations for further increases in interest rates this year. Higher rates dull the demand for gold in favor of investments that do offer a yield.

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Rupee extends losing streak
Jun 22,2017

Rupee continued its losing streak to close lower on Thursday (22 June 2017) at 64.6225/6250 per dollar, versus its previous close of 64.5825/5875 per dollar.

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Rupee edges up
Jun 19,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.4975/5025 per dollar on Monday (19 June 2017), versus its previous close of 64.52/5225 per dollar last Friday.

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Rupee recoups
Jun 16,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.52/5225 per dollar on Friday (16 June 2017), versus its previous close of 64.62/6275 per dollar.

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Rupee retreats
Jun 15,2017

Rupee closed lower at 64.62/6275 per dollar on Thursday (15 June 2017), versus its previous close of 64.4075/4100 per dollar.

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Rupee Closes Gains
Jun 14,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.4075/4100 per dollar on wednesday (14 June 2017), versus its previous close of 64.47/48 per dollar.

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Rupee Closes with gains
Jun 14,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.4075/4100 per dollar on Wednesday (14 June 2017), versus its previous close of 64.47/48 per dollar.

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Dull day for bullions
Jun 13,2017

Bullion prices ended lower on Monday, 12 June 2017 at Comex. Gold prices ended lower Monday, stretching their streak of declines to a fourth session as this weeks focus now turns squarely on the Federal Reserve.

August gold fell $2.50, or 0.2%, at $1,268.90 an ounce. The settlement handed the contract its fourth-straight drop.

July silver gave up 27.9 cents, or 1.6%, to $16.944 an ounce.

The Feds two-day meeting will wrap up on Wednesday, where a dollar-supportive rate increase is widely expected, but not guaranteed. Wall Street is pricing in a 95.8% chance of a lift to U.S. benchmark rates, which would follow the European Central Banks decision last Thursday to keep its rates steady. Higher interest rates are typically a negative for gold, because it enhances the appeal of yield-bearing assets; gold doesnt offer a yield.

The U.K. general election ended Friday in a hung parliament, where no single party holds a majority.

Meanwhile, the dollar, as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar Index traded nearly flat on Monday after posting a gain for last week. A stronger dollar can provide a headwind for gold, and other commodities priced in the currency, making it more expensive to buyers using other monetary units.

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Rupee drifts
Jun 12,2017

Rupee closed lower at 64.5850/5900 per dollar on Monday (12 June 2017), versus its previous close of 64.39/40 per dollar last Friday.

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Precious metals lose luster
Jun 09,2017

Bullion prices ended sharply lower on Thursday, 08 June 2017. Gold prices suffered a sharp decline on Thursday, erasing a gain for the week as the euro weakened, providing support for the dollar, in the wake of the European Central Banks monetary-policy meeting.

The yellow metal failed to find support from former Federal Bureau of Investigation boss James Comeys testimony before a Senate panel amid an investigation into alleged Russian efforts to interfere in last years presidential race. Investors were also awaiting the outcome of the U.K.s snap general election.

August gold fell $13.70, or 1.1%, to settle at $1,279.50 an ouncen++the lowest finish in a week. Thursdays loss erased what would have been a gain for the week. Prices have now lost 70 cents week to date.

Meanwhile, July silver fell 20.6 cents, or 1.2%, at $17.414 an ounce in Thursday trading.

The ECB Thursday stood pat on its monetary policy. However, it tweaked the so-called n++forward guidancen++ in its policy statement, leaving the impression that it may be inclined to reduce its accommodative posture by lifting interest rates or scaling back its bond-buying program in the near futuren++all factors that could prove bearish for metals, which tend to perform better in an atmosphere of low rates.

Gold remained lower as the euro eased and the dollar gained after the ECB news.

The ICE U.S. Dollar Index which tracks the buck against a basket of six rivals, was up 0.2%. Strength in the dollar can make gold and other commodities pegged to the currency more expensive to buyers using other monetary units, presumably lowering their demand.

Economic data at Wall Street showed that the latest weekly initial jobless claims count totaled 245,000 while the consensus expected a reading of 240,000. Todays tally was below the revised prior week count of 255,000 (from 248,000). As for continuing claims, they declined to 1.917 million from the revised count of 1.919 million (from 1.915 million). The key takeaway from the report is that the level of initial claims remains consistent with a tight labor market.

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Rupee strengthens further
Jun 08,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.36/3650 per dollar on Thursday (08 June 2017), versus its previous close of 64.5075/5150 per dollar.

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Good gains for bullions
Jun 07,2017

Bullion metals ended higher at Comex on Tuesday, 06 June 2017. Gold futures on Tuesday posted the highest close since early November, with analysts pinning the gain in part on haven investment demand sparked by Mideast tensions.

Gold for August delivery rose $14.80, or 1.2%, to settle at $1,297.50 an ounce. Prices extended their streak of gains into a third-consecutive session and finished at the highest for a most-active contract since 4 Nov 2016.

July silver rose 12.9 cents, or 0.7%, to $17.71 an ounce.

Weakness in the U.S. dollar, with the ICE U.S. Dollar Index edging down by 0.3%, and some losses among U.S. equities, helped to lift investment demand for gold.

But this week also has brought a rift between Qatar and other Mideast nations, helping to further boost golds appeal as a hedge against uncertainty.

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Rupee inches lower
Jun 06,2017

Rupee closed lower at 64.6100/6150 per dollar on Tuesday (06 June 2017), versus its previous close of 64.54/55 per dollar.

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