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.
An exceptionally rough day for the oil sector – and broader markets in general – as the lockdown lambaste wholly flipped the reflationary narrative.
EU mobility restrictions and pre-election dyspepsia are making life mighty uncomfortable for investors these days.
Another week, another 90%+ vaccine, and herd immunity has now become part of the market’s lexicon.
Currency markets breathe easier and oil prices are lifting higher, but stocks are weaker and US yields worries linger.
For the incoming Biden administration, it’s vaccination policy rollouts – not timing of taxation – that should resonate with investors this year.