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Rupee gains ahead of Brexit
Jun 23,2016

Rupee gained to close at 67.25/26 per dollar on Thursday (23 June 2016), versus its previous close of 67.45/46 per dollar.

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Weak day for bullions
Jun 23,2016

Bullion prices fell for a fourth straight session on Wednesday. 22 June 2016 to settle at their lowest level in two weeks ahead of a highly anticipated referendum on the U.K.s membership in the European Union.

Gold for August delivery declined by $2.50, or 0.2%, to finish at $1,270 an ounce, with prices logging their lowest settlement since June 8. July silver shed less than penny to end at $17.312 an ounce.

Gold prices ended lower Wednesday even as a broad measure of the dollar dipped in the red. The ICE U.S. Dollar Index was down 0.2%. U.S. equities traded mostly higher.

Adding to pressure was a fresh poll on Thursdays U.K. n++Brexitn++ referendum, which showed the n++leaven++ camp with a slight, albeit statistical insignificant, edge. The vote will help to determine Britains membership in the European Union.

Gold had climbed for much of early June because shaky economic data prompted the Federal Reserve to pare back its projected course for interest-rate hikes. Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen offered little in congressional testimony Tuesday and Wednesday to shift expectations for a gold-supportive go-slow approach to rate raises.

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Bullions turn pale
Jun 22,2016

Bullion prices ended lower at Comex on Tuesday, 21 June 2016. Gold futures finished at their lowest level in almost two weeks on Tuesday, suffering a third-straight session decline as some investors bet that the U.K. will vote to remain in the European Union.

Gold for August delivery shed $19.60, or 1.5%, to settle at $1,272.50 an ounce, the lowest settlement since 8 June 2016. July silver fell 19.5 cents, or 1.1%, to $17.319 an ounce.

A U.K. referendum on whether Britain will exit the EU, known as Brexit will be held Thursday, and while polls have been mixed, some have leaned toward the U.K. remaining a member of Europes trade bloc, which has dulled haven demand for the precious metal.

Global markets have been bracing for the possibility that a Brexit would unsettle markets, even temporarily. Surveys gauging the likelihood of a Brexit have been volatile, with polls in early June showing gains in the pro-leave camp driving investors into assets perceived as safe, including gold, bonds and the Japanese yen. But the yellow metal has lost its luster with the gold market apparently focusing on the chances that the U.K. will remain in the EU.

The ICE U.S. Dollar Index was up 0.4% at golds settlement. The dollar tends to move inversely to gold because the commodity is priced in dollars. U.S. stocks traded mostly higher.

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Rupee tumbles
Jun 20,2016

Rupee closed lower at 67.3450/3650 per dollar on Monday (20 June 2016), versus its previous close of 67.0775/0875 per dollar last Friday.

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Gold rises for seventh straight session
Jun 17,2016

Bullion prices ended higher at Comex on Thursday, 16 June 2016. Gold futures rose for a seventh straight session on Thursday, but settled back below the closely watched $1,300 mark, finding support as the Federal Reserve stirred already percolating global growth concerns and developments surrounding the U.K. referendum fueled further economic uncertainty. But gold prices significantly pared their gains on Thursday following news that British lawmaker Jo Cox died following a shooting attack, prompting both sides in the referendum debate to suspend campaigning for the day.

August gold rose $10.10, or 0.8%, to settle at $1,298.40 an ounce, trading well below the intraday high of $1,318.90. July silver rose 10.4 cents, or 0.6%, to $17.607 an ounce.

The ICE U.S. Dollar Index was near flat at golds settlement, but had spent much of the session moving higher. Strength in the greenback often puts pressure on dollar-denominated commodity prices.

The dollar, however, traded sharply lower, by 1.6% against the Japanese yen after the Bank of Japan held interest rate policy unchanged.On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve held the line on U.S. interest rates as was widely expected, but policy makers struck a dovish, even cautionary, tone that sent global investors flocking to the relative safety of gold. A potential rate increase would have boosted the appeal of the U.S. dollar and make dollar-pegged assets more expensive to buyers using other currencies.

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Rupee succumbs to losses
Jun 16,2016

Rupee closed lower at 67.21/22 per dollar on Thursday (16 June 2016), versus its previous close of 67.15/16 per dollar.

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Rupee gains ahead
Jun 15,2016

Rupee on Wednesday (15 June 2016) closed higher at 67.15/16 per dollar, versus its previous close of 67.26/27 per dollar.

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Mixed finish for precious metals
Jun 15,2016

Bullion prices ended in a mixed mode at Comex on Tuesday, 14 June 2016. While gold prices ended higher, silver slipped. Gold futures finished higher on Tuesday as investors sought the relative safety of haven assets ahead of next weeks closely watched central-bank meetings. Gold futures had struggled to find direction during the session, weaving between losses and gains, as the U.S. dollar strengthened before Wednesdays decision on interest rates from the U.S. Federal Reserve.

Gold for August delivery tacked on $1.20, or 0.1%, to settle at $1,288.10 an ounce. Prices have now tallied five daily gains in a row. July silver finished at $17.424 an ounce, easing back 1.9 cents, or 0.1%.

On Tuesday, the ICE U.S. Dollar Index was up about 0.5%. Strength in the greenback can typically weigh on dollar-denominated commodities such as gold.

This week, the U.S.s Federal Open Market Committee and Bank of Japan are holding interest-rate policy meetings that could impact precious-metals trading. The Federal Reserve isnt expected to announce any change in key policy in its statement Wednesday but it could lay some groundwork for future action. Higher interest rates tend to push up the dollar and cut the appeal of nonyielding assets including gold.

Todays economic data at Wall Street included Import and Export Prices for May, May Retail Sales, and Business Inventories for April. Import prices increased 1.4% in May due primarily to higher fuel prices. Excluding fuel, they were up 0.3%. May marked the second straight month of increases for nonfuel import prices, which are still down 1.7% year-over-year. Export prices were up 1.1% in May. Excluding agriculture, they advanced 1.0%.

Separately, retail sales increased 0.5% in May (consensus +0.3%) while retail sales excluding autos increased 0.4% (consensus +0.4%). Notably, there were no revisions to the prior month, which saw the strongest monthly sales gain since Mach 2015. That is a favorable development for second quarter GDP since these sales factor into the computation of the goods component for personal consumption expenditures.

Also, total business inventories increased 0.1% in April (consensus +0.2%) after a downwardly revised 0.3% increase (from +0.4%) in March.

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Global concerns drift rupee
Jun 14,2016

Rupee plunged further to 67.26/27 per dollar on Tuesday (14 June 2016), versus its previous close of 67.13/14 per dollar.

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Big gains for precious metals
Jun 10,2016

Bullion prices settled higher at Comex on Thursday, 09 June 2016. Gold futures climbed on Thursday to settle at their highest levels since mid-May, finding support from expectations the Federal Reserve will keep U.S. interest rates on hold in the coming months. The possibility that the United Kingdom may leave the European Union, inviting global market and economic volatility, also bolstered the yellow metal.

August gold rose $10.40, or 0.8%, to settle at $1,272.70 an ounce.

July silver tacked on 28.3 cents, or 1.7%, to $17.268 an ounce Thursday.

Financial markets are pricing in slim odds that the Fed will raise rates at a meeting that wraps 15 June or when it next meets again in July. This low-rate view has boosted the appeal of assets that dont bear interest, including precious metals.

On Thursday, the dollar index edged up by 0.4% as a report showed a small drop in weekly jobless benefits claims. Initial jobless claims fell to 264,000 in early June, providing some evidence that the labor market isnt entirely unraveling after that disappointing report last Friday indicated that just 38,000 jobs were created in May, well below expectations.

The U.S. ICE Dollar Index trades around 1.9% lower month to date in the wake of a weaker-than-expected snapshot of labor markets issued last week. A weaker greenback makes dollar-priced assets including precious metals cheaper, therefore more attractive.

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Rupee yields gains
Jun 03,2016

Rupee closed higher at 67.25/26 per dollar on Friday (03 June 2016), versus its previous close of 67.27/28 per dollar.

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Rupee ends winning streak
May 30,2016

Rupee closed lower on Monday (30 May 2016) at 67.16/17 per dollar, versus its previous close of 67.0325/0425 per dollar.

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Rupee marches
May 27,2016

Rupee closed higher at 67.0325/0425 per dollar on Friday (27 May 2016), versus its previous close of 67.17/18 per dollar.

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Rupee sheds further
May 24,2016

Rupee closed lower at 67.75/76 per dollar on Tuesday (24 May 2016), versus its previous close of 67.41/42 per dollar.

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Rupee sustains losses
May 19,2016

Rupee closed lower at 67.37/38 per dollar on Thursday (19 May 2016), versus its previous close of 66.97/98 per dollar.

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