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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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Mixed finish for bullions
Apr 10,2017

Bullion prices ended mixed at Comex on Friday, 07 April 2017 at Comex. Gold futures finished with gains on Friday, but ended well off a five-month high set earlier in the session, as strength in the U.S. dollar and a rebound in stocks cut into the rally that followed U.S. airstrikes on Syria. A much weaker-than-expected March jobs report had helped the yellow metal to extend gains, but the yellow metal pulled back later as the dollar rose.

Gold for June delivery rose $4 or 0.3%, to end at $1,257.30 an ounce. For the week, gold advanced 0.5%, while May silver SIK7, gave up earlier gains to end at $18.151 an ounce, down 9.5 cents, or 0.5%. Silver booked a weekly decline of 0.5%.

Gold extended gains after the government said the U.S. economy created just 98,000 new jobs in March, well below the 185,000 consensus figure that was forecast. The unemployment rate, however, fell to 4.5% from 4.7% as the number of people who found work outstripped the labor force.

A surge by the dollar saw gold and other metals lose altitude. A stronger U.S. currency can weigh on commodities priced in dollars as it makes them more expensive to users of other currencies.

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Rupees Closes Higher
Apr 06,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.5400/5500 per dollar on Thursday (06 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.9300/9400 per dollar.

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Precious metals drop
Apr 06,2017

Gold prices retreated on Wednesday, 05 April 2017 at Comex after a reading of private-sector employment came in stronger than expected, steering buying to assets perceived as risky such as stocks.

June gold fell $9.90, or 0.8%, to settle at $1,248.50 an ounce, logging its first decline out of the past four sessions. Silver for May delivery dropped 13 cents, or 0.7%, to settle at $18.18 an ounce.

The precious metal then weakened further in electronic trade to $1,247.40 after the release of the minutes from the Federal Reserves meeting in March. In the report, the committee revealed that it would like to start reducing the Feds balance sheet later in the year. In addition, the Minutes showed that some Fed officials are worried about high equity valuations. Stocks held steady immediately following the report, but the hawkish tone eventually seeped in, sending the cash market into the red.

The minutes indicated that the Fed is likely to start shrinking its balance sheet this year in line with its tighter monetary-policy regime. Higher rates tend to strengthen the dollar which in turn makes assets priced in the U.S. currency more expensive.

Among economic data expected for the day, investors received March ADP Employment Change, March ISM Services, and the weekly MBA Mortgage Applications Index. The ADP National Employment Report showed an increase of 263,000 in March (consensus 175,000) while the February reading was revised lower to 245,000 from 298,000. The ADP reading precedes Fridays more influential Employment Situation Report for March, which the consensus expects will show the addition of 180,000 nonfarm payrolls. The Employment Situation Report for February indicated that nonfarm payrolls increased by 235,000.

The ISM Services Index for March declined to 55.2 from an unrevised reading of 57.6 in February while the consensus expected a downtick to 57.0. The key takeaway from the report is that growth in the services sector, which accounts for a much bigger slice of economic activity than the manufacturing sector does, persisted for the 87th straight month.

Separately, the weekly MBA Mortgage Applications Index decreased 1.6% to follow last weeks 0.8% decline.

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Indian markets closed for local holiday
Apr 04,2017

Indias stock, currency and derivatives market were closed on Tuesday (04 April 2017) due to local holiday on account of Ram Navami. The markets will resume trading on wednesday.

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Rupees Closes Lower
Apr 03,2017

Rupee closed lower at 65.0600/0700 per dollar on Monday (03 April 2017), versus its previous close of 64.8450/8550 per dollar.

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Precious metals turn dull
Mar 31,2017

Bullion prices settled lower on Thursday, 30 March 2017. Gold prices fell adding to a monthly loss, as the U.S. dollar regained its footing above a key technical level and equities traded mostly higher, drawing some investor attention away from the precious metal.

June gold which is now the most-active contract, fell $8.80, or 0.7%, to settle at $1,248 an ounce. The June contract, which ended flat on Tuesday and lost roughly 0.2% on Wednesday, marked its lowest settlement since March 20. For the month, gold futures traded about 0.7% lower, but have gained 8.1% year to date.

May silver ended at $18.206 an ounce, down 4.6 cents, or 0.3%.

The retreat for gold on Thursday came as the dollar, measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar Index climbed back above 100 after previously slipping below that level amid growing doubts about President Donald Trumps ability to implement dollar-boosting fiscal policies. The euro also weakened after a news report said European Central Bank officials had been alarmed by the market reaction to its March policy meeting.

A stronger dollar can weigh on commodities priced in the currency, making them less attractive to purchasers using other monetary units. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index was up 0.4% at 100.37, on track for a 0.6% gain this week.

Metals extended losses after a pair of economic reports - Latest jobless claims and a revised reading of gross domestic product. The reports early Thursday showed that the number of Americans who applied for first-time unemployment benefits in late March dropped by 3,000 to 258,000. Data also showed that the U.S. grew at a 2.1% annualized pace in the fourth quarter and corporate profits continued to rebound.

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Rupee softens
Mar 30,2017

Rupee traded in ranges on Thursday (30 March 2017) to close lower at 64.9150/9250 per dollar, versus its previous close of 64.90/91 per dollar.

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Precious metals end mostly lower
Mar 30,2017

Bullion prices ended lower at Comex on Wednesday, 29 March 2017. Gold futures fell on Wednesday for a second straight session, adding to their decline from the one-month high they hit at the start of the week as the U.S. dollar strengthened on the back of Brexit-induced weakness in the euro.

Gold for April delivery on Comex fell $1.90, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,253.70 an ounce. It settled Monday at a one-month high, then lost a dime on Tuesday. June gold which is also among the most-active contracts, ended at $1,256.80, down $2, or 0.2%.

May silver finished flat at $18.252 an ounce.

The ICE U.S. Dollar Index rose 0.3% to trade above 100. U.S. equities saw mixed trading after the Dow industrials on Tuesday snapped an eight-day losing streak.

The yellow metal fell on Wednesday as the U.K. government letter formally starting the Brexit process was delivered to the European Council, kicking off two years of negotiations.

On the data front, todays economic releases were limited to February Pending Home Sales and the weekly MBA Mortgage Applications Index. Pending Home Sales for February rose 5.5% while the consensus expected an increase of 2.4%. Todays reading follows an unrevised 2.8% drop in January. Separately, the weekly MBA Mortgage Applications Index decreased 0.8% to follow last weeks 2.7% decline.

Metals traders will continue to eye U.S. economic data for hints on the pace and timing of interest-rate hikes by the Federal Reserve. With a rate hike earlier this month, the Fed penciled in two more hikes for 2017.

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Rupee keeps momentum going
Mar 29,2017

Rupee closed higher at 64.90/91 per dollar on Wednesday (29 March 2017), versus its previous close of 65.0350/0450 per dollar on Monday.

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Flat finish for bullions
Mar 29,2017

Bullion metals ended little higher at Comex on Tuesday, 29 March 2017. Gold futures traded flat on Tuesday as investors weighed the outlook for the Trump administrations fiscal-policy agenda following last weeks failed effort at overhauling the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare.

Gold for April delivery on Comex rose $1.50, or 0.1%, to $1,257 an ounce, while May silver was up 9.7 cents, or 0.5%, at $18.205 an ounce.

So far this week, the ICE U.S. Dollar Index has lost 0.6%. It traded nearly flat on Tuesday. U.S. equities traded on a mixed note for the session, with the Dow Industrials trying to snap an eight day losing streak.

Gold had rallied Monday, finding support as equities, the dollar and Treasury yields retreated following the decision by Trump and House Republican leaders late Friday to pull health-care legislation from the floor amid opposition from conservatives and centrists within their own party.

Among economic reports expected for the day, the consumer confidence reading for March rose to 125.6 from the prior months revised reading of 116.1 (from 114.8). The consensus expected the survey to hit 113.3. The key takeaway from this report is that consumers were emboldened by a positive view of current business and labor market conditions. There was an improvement in the short-term outlook for business, jobs, and personal income prospects, and more upside is expected on these fronts.

The Advance report for International Trade in Goods for February showed a deficit of $64.8 billion (consensus -$66.1 billion), up from a revised deficit of $68.8 billion for January (from $69.2 billion). The Advance report for February Wholesale Inventories increased 0.4% (consensus 0.2%). The prior months reading was revised to -0.2% from -0.1%. Separatrely, the January Case-Shiller 20-city Index hit 5.7% to follow last months revised 5.5% increase (from 5.6%). The consensus expected a reading of 5.6%.

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Rupee slips a tad
Mar 28,2017

Rupee closed lower at 65.0650/0850 per dollar on Tuesday (28 March 2017), versus its previous close of 65.0350/0450 per dollar.

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Markets were closed
Mar 28,2017

Indias currency markets were closed on Tuesday (28 March 2017) for a public holiday. The trading will resume on Wednesday. Previous close is 65.0350/0450 per dollar.

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Indian FX, debt markets closed
Mar 28,2017

Indias currency markets were closed on Tuesday (28 March 2017) for a public holiday. The trading will resume on Wednesday.

Earlier, the rupee closed higher at 65.0350/0450 per dollar on Monday, near its one-and-a-half year high.

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Bullions end higher
Mar 28,2017

Gold futures jumped on Monday, 27 March 2017 to finish at their highest level in a month as demand for assets perceived as risky waned, and the dollar dropped in the wake of GOP leaders failure to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Gold for April delivery rose $7.20, or 0.6%, to settle at $1,255.70 an ounce. Futures prices havent settled at a level this high since 27 Feb 2017. May silver also gained 36 cents, or 2%, to $18.108 an ounce.

On Monday, the ICE U.S. Dollar Index fell 0.5% to 99.151 after trading as low as 98.858, its lowest level in four months. Weakness in the dollar can provide a boost to dollar-denominated commodity prices.

U.S. equities, meanwhile, traded mainly lower, though off the sessions worst levels, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.3% fueling some safe-haven investment demand for the yellow metal.

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