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Gold jumps to $1,300

Gold jumps to $1,300

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On Monday, gold managed to ascend because traders closely watched a busy week probably to be dominated by the Fed’s regular policy gathering.

On the Comex exchange, gold futures managed to tack on by 0.15% being worth $1,304.75 a troy ounce.

Besides this, spot gold accounted for $1,304.90 an ounce, adding about 0.2%.

While the Fed isn’t anticipated to take action on interest rates, traders are going to monitor changes in its rhetoric and estimates to find out whether a recent spate of dismal economic data could result in loosening its monetary policy stance or not.

What the key US bank tells might also impact or be reflected in other major bank gatherings occurring this week around the globe. The Bank of England as well as Swiss National Bank are anticipated to meet on Thursday. Meanwhile, Russia’s key bank, which is the world’s number one gold buyer, will have a meeting on Friday.  

Fed policymakers have pointed to two rate lifts this year, although a recent wave of underwhelming American economic data, in addition to fears over the everlasting US-China trade clash, have underlined hopes that the major US bank might pause its rate-lifting cycle altogether in 2019.

The two-day gathering will be concluded with a news conference on Wednesday.

Market participants currently expect there won’t be any rate lift in 2019. What’s more, they even admit a rate cut next year.

Tracking the purchasing power of the greenback in contrast with its main peers the USD index dived by 0.2% showing 95.85, which is the weakest value since February 28.

Considering the lack of other new, for the yellow metal the main inspiration is coming from a weakening greenback.  

Silver futures rallied by 0.2% hitting $15.35 a troy ounce.

Palladium futures surged by 0.2% showing $1,521.20 an ounce.


All eyes on AUD

The RBA will make a rate statement on August 4 at 7:30 MT time.

Gold fell below $1,700

Gold (XAU/USD) is declining for the second day in a row. The reason of such a dynamic is that investors have turned to stocks.


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