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 DIRECTIONLESS: RSBL (26/09/2015)
Most of the global asset markets were quite unpredictable this week. Be it equities, precious metals, bond yields or oil- they moved up and down following last week’s FOMC meet.

Coming to gold, it neared its second weekly gain on Friday afternoon, touching $1145 per ounce but plunged back following new comments on US interest rates from Fed chair Janet Yellen.

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RSBL : Rate Hike Hangover Continues on Gold: RSBL (20/09/2015)
The much awaited suspense over the Fed’s September interest rate hike was finally out to an end. It did create much volatility in the market and bought in some good news for gold.

Gold prices finished the week on a three day rally as the Federal Reserve’s sudden concern over emerging market growth boosted safe-haven demand.

The volatility was like a storm for gold and it tried to be holding on to the gains.

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RSBL : Uncertainties For Gold (14/09/2015)
It was September 2011 when gold reached its peak. It’s been years since gold has been out of favor. Does it mean that it’s time again for gold to regain its sheen?

What will happen in the weeks to come is what we all are waiting for , till then lets analyze gold’s price movement- how and why?

Gold was range bound on Thursday morning after the previous session’s price slump when a rally in global equities paused.

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RSBL : NO HELP FOR GOLD (07/09/2015)
Firstly,I would apologise to all my readers for not drafting a blog for last week.

I would like to present you an in depth analysis of this weeks gold movement.

It all began on a positive note for gold. The yellow metal entered the positive territory on the first day of the week and investors once again gained confidence of gold being a safe haven asset. But as we moved further, it once again lost its glitter. Gold prices fell by the end of the week and there were a varied reasons responsible for this fall.

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