The primary purpose of this blog (Prithviraj Kothari 's view on Bullion Markets - MD, RSBL (RiddiSiddhi Bullions Ltd.)) is to educate the masses of the current happenings in the Bullion world.

Gold looks moderately bullish : RSBL (30/01/2019)
This week is all about the much awaited FOMC meet. The Federal Open Market Committee meets between Jan. 29 and Jan. 30, and Chairman Jerome Powell is widely expected to acknowledge growing risks to the U.S. economy as global momentum weakens. Speculations prevailed in the market that the Federal Reserve will keep its interest rates unchanged during its two-day policy meet. This led to a spike in gold prices, nearing a seven month high during the day. But later gold steadied.

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Gold has not Lost its lustre yet : RSBL (24/01/2019)
Gold was at a life time high of $1921 an ounce in September 2011 when the US Federal Reserve was concluding its bond buying program (QE). During that period gold was everyone’s favourite metal. But by the end of 2015, gold prices declined to $1046. Sometime around that, the Federal Reserve, led by Janet Yellen has raised its key interest rates for the first time in 7 years. That’s the reason gold plunged. But now it seems that gold is finally emerging from an 8 year bear market. And that’s the reason we feel that gold has not lost its lustre yet.

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Is 2019 the year for Gold : RSBL (15/01/2019)
2018 has a highly volatile and fluctuating year for gold as it faces many headwinds. A strong dollar, rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve (the Fed) coupled with accommodative policy from other central banks and a US economy buoyed by tax cuts, fuelled positive investor sentiment and pushed US stock prices higher through the start of October.

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Gold benefits from equity slide : RSBL (09/01/2019)
Reserves Reserves Reserves - it was all about piling up gold in the past week. And when I Say piling I mean in huge numbers. Peoples Bank China shocked the world when it’s released the figures of gold reserves that it sits on. China's gold reserves had been steady at 59.240 million fine troy ounces from October 2016 to November 2018, according to data from the People’s Bank of China, and suddenly jumped to 59.560 million fine troy ounces at end-December.

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Gold expected to outperform in 2019 : RSBL (04/01/2019)
Volatile stock markets, dollar swings and a global trade war sent gold on quite a market ride in 2018, from a high of $1366 an ounce in January 2018 to $1159 in August. Some were disappointed as they couldn’t make much of the dips or failed to enter the market at the right time.

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Gold looks moderately bullish in 2019 : RSBL (02/01/2019)
To recap, gold prices have held pretty firm in 2018. Trading just 5% lower versus the Dollar, gold has now risen back to last New Year's Eve for Euro and UK investors. Gold futures on Monday closed out New Year's Eve with a loss for the session and year, but garnered some upward momentum as stock-market carnage reignited haven-related demand and as the dollar weakened somewhat. Weakness in equities over the past three months has given bullion some support, as has a weakening dollar over the past month. A weaker buck can provide support for commodities priced in the unit, as it makes it cheaper to users of other currencies.

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This blog contains my opinion, which is not to be construed as investment advices. Information provided in these blogs is intended solely for informative purposes and is obtained from sources believed to be reliable.