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Rupee consolidates
Mar 17,2017

Rupee closed slightly lower at 65.4550/4650 per dollar on Friday (17 March 2017), versus its previous close of 65.4075/4175 per dollar.

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Bullions jump higher
Mar 17,2017

Bullion metals jumped across the board on Thursday, 16 March 2017 with gold prices notching their highest finish in two weeks, on the heels of the dollars decline, which came after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates, but struck a less hawkish tone than expected.

April gold rallied $26.40, or 2.2%, to settle at $1,227.10 an ounce, with prices ending at their highest level since March 2. The metal scored its biggest one-day percentage gain since June of last year. That is when the U.K. announced its decision to exit from the European Union.

Silver jumped 40.7 cents, or 2.4%, to finish at $17.33 an ounce, marking its highest dally percentage gain since January.

The Fed on Wednesday, as expected, lifted its benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points to a range of 0.75% to 1%. It also stuck to its forecast for just two more rate hikes this year, even as some economists thought the central bank would signal it was ready to pick up the pace of rate hikes. Higher interest rates tend to boost the dollar.

Gold prices got a lift as the dollar weakened against most currency rivals following the Feds hint a measured pace of monetary tightening. The ICE Dollar Index fell 0.3%, building on a roughly 1.2% slump from Wednesday.

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Rupee flares up
Mar 16,2017

Rupee closed higher at 65.4075/4175 per dollar on Thursday (16 March 2017), versus its previous close of 65.67/69 per dollar.

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Gold settles with loss while silver ends flat
Mar 16,2017

Gold futures settled with a loss on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 while silver ended flat. Gold climbed up in post electronic trading buoyed by a fall in the U.S. dollar following the Federal Reserves decision to increase interest rates, as expected. Expectations for higher rates had already been generally dollar-positive and gold-negative as a richer buck makes gold less attractive to investors using another currency.

Gold for April delivery fell $1.90, or 0.2%, to finish at $1,200.70 an ounce. It was trading higher at $1,210.50 in electronic trading shortly after the Fed announcement, which followed the price settlement. May silver settled flat at $16.923 an ounce.

As expected, the Federal Open Market Committee voted to raise the fed funds target range by 25 basis points to 0.75%-1.00% on Wednesday. More notably, the Fed still believes that three rate hikes are appropriate for 2017, relieving investors fears that the central bank could begin setting the groundwork for a fourth hike.

Gold futures had dug in just above the $1,200 mark in recent sessions, even as prices returned to late-January lows. The metal suffered from a nine-session slide that ended Friday that marked the longest streak of declines since July 2015, FactSet data showed.

The ICE U.S. dollar index extended its decline following the news, which had been widely expected. A weaker greenback tends to provide support for dollar-denominated commodities such as gold.

Earlier Wednesday, gold was little moved by a series of economic releases, which did little to alter expectations for the Fed meeting. The data revealed a still-strong reading in a New York-area business gauge, plus a small rise in a consumer-inflation reading and negligible February improvement in retail sales which were held back by delayed tax refunds.

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Rupee marches ahead
Mar 15,2017

Rupee closed higher at 65.67/69 per dollar on Wednesday (15 March 2017), versus its previous close of 66.95/9550 per dollar.

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Rupee rises sharply
Mar 14,2017

Rupee closed sharply higher at 66.95/9550 per dollar on Tuesday (14 March 2017), versus its previous close of 66.9275/9300 per dollar.

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Rupee edges up further
Mar 10,2017

Rupee closed higher at 66.7275/7300 per dollar on Friday (10 March 2017), versus its previous close of 66.8600/8650 per dollar.

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Bullions continue to lose shine
Mar 10,2017

Bullion prices ended lower at Comex on Thursday, 09 March 2017 at Comex. Gold futures settled lower for an eighth consecutive session on Thursday as the European Central Bank appeared less concerned about deflation and investors awaited an expected rate increase from the Federal Reserve next week.

Gold for April delivery on Comex fell $6.20, or 0.5%, to $1,203.20 an ounce. May silver fell 26 cents, or 1.5%, to settle at $17.04 an ounce.

The yellow metal fell even as a rising dollar index paused its advance; gold and the dollar typically move inversely since a higher dollar makes gold more expensive for investors using another currency. The ICE Dollar Index which tracks the greenback against major currencies, slipped 0.2% to 101.87.

The European Central Bank (ECB) captured investors attention for a while this morning with its latest policy decision to leave rates unchanged. More notably, the ECB raised its 2017 GDP forecast to 1.8% from 1.7%, but did not suggest an impending reduction to stimulus. This gave a boost to the euro, helping the currency climb 0.4% against the dollar to 1.0587. The European Central Banks stand-pat stance on easing measures and Mario Draghis assertion that hes less concerned about deflation also weighed on precious metals.

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Rupee closes high
Mar 09,2017

Rupee closed higher at 66.8600/8650 per dollar on Thursday (09 March 2017), versus its previous close of 66.88/89 per dollar.

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Rupee softens
Mar 08,2017

Rupee closed lower at 66.88/89 per dollar on Wednesday (08th March 2017), versus its previous close of 66.8425/8450 per dollar.

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Bullions tarnish again
Mar 08,2017

Bullion prices ended lower at Comex on Tuesday, 07 March 2017 at Comex. Gold futures fell on Tuesday, extending losses to six sessions in a row as expectations for a U.S. interest-rate increase as early as next week dulled investment demand for the precious metal.

April gold lost $9.40, or 0.8%, to settle at $1,216.10 an ounce. Prices finished at a nearly five-week lown++their longest period of session losses, since early November. Meanwhile, silver for May delivery dropped 23.7 cents, or 1.3%, at $17.536 an ounce.

On Tuesday, the ICE U.S. Dollar Index was up by 0.2%, trading almost 0.5% higher month to date. The expectation for higher rates can lift the dollar, which can undercut appetite for assets priced in the currency. Higher interest rates can also diminish the appeal of commodities, which dont bear a yield.

< In economic news, a Tuesday report on the U.S.s trade deficit in January showed it reached its highest level since early 2012, rising 9.6% at $48.5 billion. Imports rose 2.3% to $240.6 billion, and exports rose 0.6% to $192.1 billion on the month.

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Rupee surges
Mar 06,2017

Rupee closed higher at 66.8850/9000 per dollar on Monday (06 March 2017), versus its previous close of 67.0025/0100 per dollar.

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Dull day for bullions
Mar 06,2017

Bullion prices ended lower at Comex on Friday, 03 March 2016. Gold futures settled with a loss on Friday, with the yellow metal shedding more than 2% this week, after U.S. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said an interest-rate increase was likely to be announced at the central banks next meeting later this month.

Gold for April delivery fell $6.40, or 0.5%, to settle at $1,226.50 an ounce. Prices ended the week down roughly 2.5% after posting gains in each of the last four weeks.

May silver fell by under a cent to $17.74 an ounce.

The major averages finished Fridays session near their unchanged marks as investors digested the latest remarks from Fed Chair Janet Yellen. Yellen said on Friday, ahead of the gold futures settlement, that a rate hike at the Feds policy meeting on March 14-15 is n++likely to be appropriaten++ if employment and inflation continue to meet the central banks expectations.

Separately, Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer signaled that he is content with market expectations

of a rate hike this month, adding that no economic data has come in badly in the last three months.

Recent hints from other Fed officials had already raised expectations for rate hike, feeding strength in the dollar and pressuring dollar-denominated prices for gold this week.

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Rupee closes lower
Mar 03,2017

Rupee closed lower at 67.0025/0100 per dollar on Friday (03 March 2017), versus its previous close of 66.8975/90 per dollar.

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Big losses for bullions
Mar 03,2017

Bullion prices ended with big losses on Thursday, 02 March 2017 at Comex. Gold futures on Thursday suffered their biggest one-day loss of the year, finishing at a more than two-week low, after the U.S. dollar touched its highest levels since January on the back of increased suggestions from Federal Reserve officials fora near-term interest-rate hike.

Gold for April delivery fell $17.10, or 1.4%, to settle at $1,232.90 an ounce. Prices settled at their lowest since 14 February and saw their largest dollar and percentage decline since mid-December.

Silver for May delivery dropped 74.1 cents, or 4%, at $17.748 an ounce snapping a five-session climb.

On Thursday, the dollar, as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar Index was trading 0.2% higher at 102 after touching its highest level in about two months. Investors are looking ahead to a speech Friday by Fed boss, Janet Yellen, for further hints on rates.

Economic data at wall Street showed that that those seeking first-time unemployment benefits in the U.S. fell 19,000 to 223,000, representing a new postrecession low and underscoring continued strength in employment. That data is likely to bolster the Feds case for rising rates.

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