Gold remained on its back foot, weighed down by persistent outflows in the paper market.
Trade negotiations and US economic data will remain as the key drivers for gold prices. Can the yellow metal shine again soon?
Gold's period of consolidation continues as traders look for catalysts that will push it out of its tight range. Can the yellow metal regain its lustre?
The zig-zags in the US-Sino talks are dominating gold, as well as a plethora of other asset classes where investors tend to wear trade war emotions on the sleeve.
The market's focus shifted from Turkey to China which put pressure on stocks but lifted it on the Euro. Gold fell again and oil was crushed.
With the US elections around the corner and political tensions running high, how is it likely to affect gold prices? In this article, we analyze three different election scenarios and their impact on gold prices.
It was a November of the ages, but will it be a December to remember?
Investors revel in the glow of vaccine green lights as multiple candidates come through the Covid-19 tunnel.
With the virus again rampant, lawmakers are left with little choice besides locking down and letting economic danger re-emerge from the dark of curfews.
It would have been chaotic week in any case, but the intensifying pandemic might flip the whole picture upside down for any post-election reflation narrative.