There are certainly a lot of issues that could potentially have a dramatic impact on global financial markets.
Changing market dynamics continue to keep investors on their toes, as gold and silver fail to take out recent highs and as equities appear to be in what could be a major topping process
The last few weeks have seen some of the wildest market action in history, with the Dow Jones recording its largest recorded point decline and the VIX seeing its largest percentage rise
The recent carnage gripping global equity markets will likely remain a primary point of focus for investors this week
Has the first domino now fallen? Are stocks headed towards a full-blown correction
Markets have been on the move in recent weeks, and volatility could see some expansion in the weeks and months ahead
The gold market has a number of things going for it currently that could make recent upside more sustainable
As the 2018 trading year gets into full swing, many markets are simply picking up where they left off the prior year
The gold market got out of the gate with a nice head of steam to kick off 2018, and the market is showing some significant signs of strength
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The question of whether the Trump administration would in fact be able to make good on a key campaign promise regarding tax reform has been answered
All eyes will be on Washington D.C. this week
The gold market has remained on the defensive in recent trade, as a combination of factors and a lack of any fresh, bullish catalysts weighs on prices.
The gold market will have plenty to consider as the new trading week gets under way...
Investors will get back down to business this week, following the Thanksgiving Holiday shortened trading week
The gold market will continue to monitor Washington this week, as the divergence between House and Senate tax bills seems to be widening
The gold market remains in a fairly tight trading range, and while price action in the market may appear dull at first glance, it could also be providing some important clues
This week could be an interesting one, as news hit over the weekend that the special counsel investigation, led by Robert Mueller, has filed the first charges in its investigation of possible Russian collusion in the 2016 U.S
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The gold market will likely take its cues this week from stocks, the dollar and further geopolitical developments.
The gold market has clawed its way back higher in recent weeks, and the question now is will the momentum continue
Gold finished higher in light action on Monday, as many investors were off for the Columbus Day Holiday
The gold market has been on the defensive in recent weeks, and the selling could potentially continue in the absence of any fresh, bullish catalyst
Gold is starting the week off on a strong note, as the heated rhetoric between
The gold market is seeing some moderate selling pressure to kick off the new trading week
Gold is seeing some selling pressure in early action Monday to begin the new trading week.
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Gold ended the week on a high note and appears poised for further upside.
Traders and investors will continue to digest any key commentary from last week’s Fed symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Gold is showing impressive signs of strength in recent trade, and the yellow metal could potentially be in the beginning stages of a significant breakout.
Gold is often bought during times of uncertainty, and right now it would seem that investors are feeling more and more uncertain about numerous issues.
The gold market continues to show signs of strength even with some bumps in the road this past week. Ongoing geopolitical issues remain a driving force behind risk aversion and desire for perceived safety, and numerous U.S. domestic issues are also likely playing a major role.
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The gold market is quiet in early action Monday to begin the new trading week, but the yellow metal is not likely to fall far any time soon as several issues keep the safe haven bid alive and well.
The gold market has been showing some signs of underlying strength in recent trade, as the metal has recouped nearly $50 per ounce recently. Although gold still remains within its multi-month trading range, the yellow metal could potentially be headed for an upside breakout.
Gold ended the prior trading week on a high note, rising by over $10 per ounce as silver also gained ground. The yellow metal may need to get the new trading week off to a strong start in order to keep any bullish momentum going.
The gold market has been trending lower over the last few weeks as numerous issues stand in the way of higher prices. The market appears to be lacking any fresh, bullish catalyst currently, and the increasingly hawkish tone coming from central banks is not helping either.
Markets are likely to pick up this week where they left off last, and light holiday trading volumes could potentially exaggerate buying or selling pressure. U.S. markets will be closed on Tuesday in observance of the Fourth of July Holiday, and many traders and investors may be vacationing this week.
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The gold market is on its heels to begin the new trading week, with appetite for risk taking a bite out of the yellow metal’s appeal. Gold is once again finding itself on the defensive following another failed probe higher, and for now it appears that perhaps the market is quite comfortable in its recent trading range.
Last week, the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 25 basis points in a move that was not unexpected.
The gold market is getting off to a sluggish start to begin the new trading week.
The gold market is seeing some buying activity to kick off the new trading week, as a degree of risk aversion appears to be creeping into the marketplace.
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