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.
RSBL: Yemen's push while Fed's Caution (29/03/2015)
We have seen quite interesting movements in gold over the past fortnight. In fact the price of gold has been on a rally over the last one week, rising from well below $1150 to the current level of about $1205. Based on recent trend, the price of the yellow metal is currently testing a major resistance zone of $1200 to $1220.
Undoubtedly, Yemen's turbulence had to play a major part in this up-move. Gold was rocketed towards a break out of USD $1220 that acts to be its key resistance. Silver did follow Gold up-move and touched a high of USD $17.41. Initial air strikes by Saudi Arabia caused a spike in oil prices and other commodities edged higher.

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An Action Packed Week For Gold (23/03/2015)
Yes Indeed…It seems like a miracle. It’s so surprising to see what a difference a few days can make as the gold market sees renewed optimism, ending the week solidly positive on the back of a weaker U.S. dollar and lower U.S. treasury yields.
Gold prices hit two-week highs on Friday and were poised for their biggest weekly jump since mid-January, after the U.S. Federal Reserve's cautious note on interest rates arrested a dollar rally and sparked broad-based buying of commodities.
Though the week began with a rough patch for gold by the end of the week it was a completely different scenario for gold.
On Tuesday, Gold fell to a four month low of $1,142.92 an ounce. Market players had expected gold prices to drop further amid the dollar's surge and speculation about when the Federal Reserve will begin raising interest rates.

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Gold To React To FOMC (15/03/2015)
Gold has been trying to find itself. It was at its peak in 2011-12, touching a lavish bull level of $1900. But in the last one year, gold prices have been falling, hovering around $1000 these days.
The ones who were bullish for gold are now speechless. Some supporters of gold have even lost faith in it.
Though gold has been just above they key areas of $1150, there more downside risk for the yellow metals as the dollar continues to strengthen ahead of the Fed’s policy-setting committee meeting on March 17-18.

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An Upbeat Dollar Beats Up Gold (08/03/2015)
As the outlook for the U.S dollar remained upbeat, we saw a bearish sentiment in the market for gold. Many investors expect that an interest rate hike by the U.S Federal Reserve will come sometime in 2015 was responsible for this sentiment.
The Fed had stated that before it would tighten its policy, after it sees acceleration in wage growth. But at the same time the Fed had also made it clear in the January minutes in recent weeks that rate hikes could occur even if inflation is floundering. For now, as the Fed doesn’t consider the drop in inflation anything more than transitory, it’s unlikely that the wage figures ruffle too many feathers, at least for the U.S. Dollar.

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