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Bullions turn pale
May 02,2017

Bullion metals ended sharply lower at Comex on Monday, 01 May 2017. Gold futures settled sharply lower with the yellow metal booking its lowest finish in three weeks, following U.S. data implying a strong rebound in second-quarter economic growth.

June gold dropped $12.80, or 1%, to settle at $1,255.50 an ouncen++the lowest for most-active contract since 10 April 2017. The yellow metal rose over the past two sessions, but saw a weekly loss of 1.6%, as geopolitical risks, particularly in Europe, appear to have cooled somewhat, undercutting haven demand for commodities like gold that thrive in uncertainty.

Silver for July delivery declined 42 cents, or 2.4%, to $16.842 an ouncen++the lowest since mid-January.

The Atlanta Fed tracker of GDP points to a strong rebound for the second quarter after the slowest quarter in three years. The GDPN ow model forecasts 4.3% growth. That would be the strongest growth since the third quarter of 2014. Strong economic growth can make the Federal Reserve tighten monetary policy and increase the fed-funds rate. Higher rates can boost the dollar and make gold less competitive against interest-bearing investments.

Among other economic data on Monday, the personal-consumption-expenditures, or PCE index, fell 0.2% in March to mark the first decline in more than a year. U.S. manufacturing growth cooled off a bit in April, with the ISM manufacturing index slipping to 54.8% from 57.2%.

Other U.S. reports this week include a policy statement from the Fed on Wednesday that could influence assumptions about the path for interest rates and metals which dont offer a yield.

Investors will be looking at important labor-market report, with April jobs due Friday. Market is forecasting that 190,000 jobs were created in April, with the unemployment rate holding steady at 4.5%.

On Monday, the dollar, one of the biggest drivers of dollar-pegged commodities, as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar Index was trading nearly flat at 99.07.

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Rupee slips further
Apr 28,2017

Rupee closed lower at 64.4975/50 per dollar on Friday (28 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.3925/3950 per dollar.

The equity, currency and the debt markets will be closed on Monday (01st May 2017) on account of a local holiday. The market will resume trading on Tuesday.

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Rupee falls
Apr 27,2017

Rupee closed flat at 64.3925/3950 per dollar on Thursday (27 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.0225/0250 per dollar.

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Rupee rallies ahead
Apr 26,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.0225/0250 per dollar on Wednesday (26 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.30/3025 per dollar.

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Rupee rallies
Apr 25,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.30/3025 per dollar on Tuesday (25 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.4550/4600 per dollar.

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Bullions lose some shine
Apr 25,2017

Bullion prices ended lower on Monday, 24 April 2017 after the outcome of the first round of Frances presidential election eased fears of an outcome that could threaten the countrys membership in the euro and the European Union.

Gold for June delivery dropped $11.60, or 0.9%, to close at $1,277.50 an ounce, but off a session low of $1,266.

May silver ended little changed at $17.86 an ounce.

Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron topped the field in Sundays first-round election. Hell face off with euroskeptic, right-wing candidate Marine Le Pen in a 7 May 2017 runoff. Early polls give Macron a substantial lead.

Investors were also waiting to hear more about a n++massiven++ U.S. tax package that President Donald Trump said is coming this week, which could revive the so-called n++Trump traden++ that started after his election in November, and which came on hopes that policies seen as pro-growth would swiftly pass Congress.

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Rupee recovers
Apr 24,2017

Rupee recovered to close higher at 64.4550/4600 per dollar on Monday (24 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.6475/6525 per dollar thanks to increased selling of the American currency by exporters and banks amid a higher domestic equity market.

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Rupee skids
Apr 21,2017

Rupee closed lower at 64.6475/6525 per dollar on Friday (21 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.5975/6050 per dollar.

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Rupee sustains gains
Apr 20,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.5975/6050 per dollar on Thursday (20 April 2017) versus its previous close of 64.6375/6450 per dollar.

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Precious metals lose shine
Apr 20,2017

precious metals ended lower at Comex on Wednesday, 19 April 2017. Gold prices tumbled to their lowest finish in a week on Wednesday as the dollar clawed its way up from the three-week low reached on Tuesday. Still, tensions over North Korea and looming French and U.K. elections that hold implications for the European economy have provided haven investor demand for precious metals in recent days.

On Wednesday, June gold fell $10.70, or 0.8%, to settle at $1,283.40 an ounce. Gold prices had scored a fifth straight session gain on Tuesday to settle at their highest level since early November. Prices for the yellow metal initially extended their losses in electronic trading after the Federal Reserve released its Beige Book synopsis of economic conditions after the gold-price settlement on Wednesday. But prices edged up to $1,283.70 about a half an hour after the report.

May silver meanwhile, fell 11 cents, or 0.6%, to settle at $18.162 an ounce, with prices holding ground around that level shortly after the Beige Book release.

The ICE U.S. Dollar Index rose 0.2% to 99.716. Gold and the dollar often move inversely as a stronger dollar dulls the appeal of dollar-pegged assets for investors using other currencies.

Meanwhile, U.S. equities, assets considered risky, traded on a mixed note, while crude-oil futures dropped on the back of a surprise weekly climb in U.S. gasoline stockpiles, ahead of the May contracts expiration on Thursday.

Investors remained nervous ahead of Frances first round of the countrys presidential election on Sunday. British Prime Minister Theresa Mays call on Tuesday for a snap general election in June, a strategic step as she navigates Britains exit from the European Union, added to riskier market nervousness, underpinning gold and silver.

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Rupee gains
Apr 19,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.6375/6450 per dollar on Wednesday (19 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.6950/7000 per dollar.

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Rupee retreats further
Apr 18,2017

Rupee trailed against the dollar to close lower at 64.6950/7000 per dollar on Tuesday (18 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.5975/6050 per dollar.

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Bullions shine
Apr 17,2017

Bullion prices ended higher at Comex on Thursday, 13 April 2017. Gold and silver prices notched their third straight session climb on Thursday, bolstered as the U.S. dollar fell.

June gold advanced by $10.40, or 0.8%, to settle at $1,288.50 an ounce, with prices ending at their highest level since Nov. 4. For the week, the yellow metal gained roughly 2.5%, based on last Fridays settlement.

Silver for May delivery climbed 21 cents, or 1.2%, to $18.51 an ounce.

Those prices were pulled higher, while the U.S. dollar was pushed down against most rivals late Wednesday after President Trump reportedly told that the U.S. currency n++is getting too strongn++ and he would prefer the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates low. The dollar touched a five-month low against the yen. The ICE Dollar declined to a roughly two-week low after Trumps comment, though pared some of those losses by the time gold settled.

A weaker greenback tends to lift prices for dollar-denominated commodities as it makes them cheaper for holders of other currencies to buy.

In the latest economic data, weekly first-time jobless claims fell slightly in the latest week, dropping to 234,000. Separately, the producer-price index fell 0.1% in March, though core PPIn++which excludes food, energy, and traden++was up 0.1%.

Separately, a preliminary reading of consumer sentiment from the University of Michigan also came in at a reading of 98 in April from 96.9 in March, better than Wall Street expectations.

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Rupee recoups
Apr 11,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.6300/6450 per dollar on Tuesday (11 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.6925/7075 per dollar.

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Pale day for precious metals
Apr 11,2017

Bullion metals ended lower at Comex on Monday, 10 APril 2017. Gold settled with a loss on Monday, after a brief rebound attempt failed to lift prices past a key technical level.

June gold fell $3.40, or 0.3%, to settle at $1,253.90 an ounce. During the session, however, prices briefly turned higher to touch an intraday high of $1,258.90. Meanwhile, silver for May delivery lost 23.6 cents, or 1.3%, to end at $17.915 an ounce.

The yellow metals latest moves come after it traded around a five-month high at $1,273.30 an ounce on Friday, drawing haven bids, in the wake of the U.S.s airstrike against Syria, but subsequently pulled back as worries about the military action, which threatened to stoke geopolitical angst, abated.

The dollar, as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar Index was down 0.2% in Monday dealings, helping dollar-denominated gold prices trade above the sessions worst levels. A weaker dollar tends to support commodities priced in the currency lifting their appeal to buyers using other monetary units.

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