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Gold and Silver Market Morning: July-08-2016 -- Gold and silver prices consolidating before moving higher!


 -- Published: Friday, 8 July 2016 | Print  | Disqus 

Gold TodayGold closed in New York at $1,359.10 on Thursday after Wednesday’s close at $1,364.00.  In Asia the gold price also fell slightly further as you can see below 

-         The $: € slipped to $1.1075 down from $1.1066.

-         The dollar index was almost unchanged at 96.15 from 96.17 yesterday.

-         The Yen was slightly weaker at 100.55 from at 100.00 against the dollar.

-         The Yuan was slightly weaker at 6.6883 from 6.6820 yesterday.

-         The Pound Sterling fell to $1.2942 down from $1.2968 with more falls expected next week as the B. of E. adds further easing of interest rates!

 

Yuan Gold Fix

Trade Date

Contract

Benchmark Price AM

Benchmark Price PM

2016  07  8

2016  07  7

SHAU

SHAU

291.58

294.54

292.05

294.43

Dollar equivalent @ $1: 6.6883

$1: 6.6847

 

$1,355.97

$1,370.54

$1,358.16

$1,369.96

 

The fall in the Yuan is now on a gently continuous basis. It is being engineered in such a way that it has, to date, not alarmed the markets, which are consumed by the fall in sterling at the moment. For there to be a U.S. outcry on the Yuan’s weakening, as seen in the past, would lack credibility when we see the current turmoil in the markets.

 

LBMA price setting:  $1,356.10 down from Thursday 7th July’s $1,367.10.

 The gold price in the euro was set at €1,225.25 down €7.21 from Thursday’s €1,232.45.

 

Ahead of the opening in New York the gold price stood at $1,347.80 and in the euro at €1,223.00. 

 

 

Silver Today –The silver price closed in New York at $19.67 yesterday down from $20.09 the day before.  Ahead of New York’s opening the price was trading at $19.50.

 

Gold (very short-term)

The gold price is still consolidating before a move higher in New York.    

 

Silver (very short-term)

The silver price is consolidating ahead of a move higher in New York.    

 

Price Drivers

Whenever you get that feeling that the way higher is free of obstacles, profit taking usually kicks in or a simple pause or consolidation comes in. That’s what’s happening now. While we have not seen any physical gold sales out of the gold ETFs we follow until now, the appearance of one dampens euphoria. Today, is an expression of that.

 

But when we look at the Technicals, the picture tells us that the price restraint will not last for long at all. Indeed, today may be seeing all that restraint disappear. The U.S. Jobs report will not trigger a rate rise, but if bad, will confirm that an economic slowdown is happening. This will be good for gold and silver.

 

On the fundamental side, we see Chinese demand starting to recover now. The news out of China that auto sales are up 19% confirms that Chinese middle class numbers are burgeoning, despite an overall slowdown economically. We focus on the middle classes because they drive Chinese demand for physical gold. With an estimated eventual 500 million Chinese middle classes on the way, the demand for gold will completely overwhelm available supplies.

 

In India markets are becoming euphoric, as the monsoon is now covering the entire country promising a strong rise in gold demand from that country too. With the U.S. demand for physical gold at levels last seen when gold was headed to its peak, the only restraint we see on the gold price is an Indian propensity to hold back when prices are rising strongly. They prefer to buy either on the fall or when a base is established.  But such caution is overwhelmed when it comes to your wife’s demands when a daughter’s wedding comes up [September to May].

 

In China gold investors buy when the disposable income is there, with the only restraint being how much that money can buy. This diminishes as prices rise, falling by the same percentage basis that gold prices rise. [More in our newsletters – subscribe below]

 

Gold ETFs – In New York yesterday there was a sale of 4.158 tonnes from the SPDR gold ETF leaving its holdings at 978.286 tonnes. But there were no purchases or sales from or to the Gold Trust leaving its holdings at 213.19 tonnes.

 

What is a surprise, but shouldn’t be, is the sight of a sale of gold from the SPDR gold ETF. It’s not a small sale either. We are used to holders of the shares of this fund buying to hold for the long term, so the sight of the first sale for months, causes a surprise to all. But for there to be either a trader of a stale bull in this fund should be considered as a ‘normal’ market event.

 

Since January 4th this year, the holdings of these two gold ETFs have risen by 394.69 tonnes.

 

Silver –Silver prices are still pausing, but we expect for only a short while before moving higher, again.

 

Regards,

Julian D.W. Phillips

GoldForecaster.com | SilverForecaster.com | StockBridge Management Alliance [Gold Storage geared to avoid its confiscation]

 

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Global Gold Price (1 ounce)

 

Today

Yesterday

Franc

Sf1,327.52

Sf1,331.02

US

$1,347.80

$1,362.35

EU

€1,223.00

€1,229.67

India

Rs.90,774.33

Rs. 91,831.25

China

Y 9,013.82

Y 9,102.54

 


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