BI 160 x 600 Feb copy (2)
BI 160 x 600 Feb copy (2)

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Analysis
Looming bond market crisis set to improve gold demand

Looming bond market crisis set to improve gold demand

  Historically low bond yields across both the private and government sectors are reducing the margin for error when it comes to the ability of financial markets to withstand a bond market shock. Global quantitative easing (QE) has seen bond yields driven to low and often sub-zero levels in many economies. The European Central Bank  Read More

  • Gold Trading Week Ahead 20th April 2015
    Gold Trading Week Ahead 20th April 2015
    By Admin - April 20, 2015

      Gold Trading Week Ahead – 20 April 2015 Gold treaded water last week with gold finishing the week almost identical to where it closed the previous week. Last week was all about CPI data while this week we have a number of economic, political and cultural factors that will drive sentiment. European indices have  Read More

  • Sell EUR/JPY – Barclays
    Sell EUR/JPY – Barclays
    By Admin - April 20, 2015

    Barclays suggest to their clients to sell EUR/JPY. They note “we remain bearish on EURJPY from a fundamental viewpoint given the elevated uncertainty around Greece’s solvency and increased risks of failed negotiations with the Eurogroup on 24 April”.

  • Markets advance as China announces new stimulus measures
    Markets advance as China announces new stimulus measures
    By Admin - March 31, 2015

      US stocks advanced on Monday as investors’ confidence was boosted by announcements of new merger deals and dovish remarks by the head of China’s central bank and new policy measures to stimulate China’s housing market. UnitedHealth Group Inc. agreed to buy pharmacy benefit manager Catamaran Corp for $12.78 billion in cash. Teva Pharmaceutical Ltd.  Read More

  • Gold bulls are thanking the Fed
    Gold bulls are thanking the Fed
    By Admin - March 26, 2015

      Bullion Index report that, leading into the Federal Reserve March monetary policy meeting last week investors dumped gold sending it to a 4 month low, while at the same time trades went long dollars on expectation the Fed would suggest it will move as early as June on raising interest rates. While the Fed  Read More

  • EURUSD long-term risks should still be on the downside
    EURUSD long-term risks should still be on the downside
    By Admin - March 26, 2015

      Credit Agricole report “some downside risks for EUR could linger as well. In particular, uncertainty about Greece should continue to haunt the single currency, with concerns about the country’s debt-sustainability likely to escalate as the bailout extension draws to an end in June. Long-term risks should still be on the downside, however, and we expect  Read More

  • Gold Trading Week Ahead
    Gold Trading Week Ahead
    By Admin - March 15, 2015

      Bullion Index report: Late last week gold managed to stem the recent losses as the dollar rally paused. An 8 day run of consecutive losses on gold came to an end on Thursday, not before posting a new 4 month low. Last week we saw solid buying from our clients at the low US$1,150’s/oz  Read More

  • Credit Suisse revise EUR/USD forecast lower
    Credit Suisse revise EUR/USD forecast lower
    By Admin - March 10, 2015

      Credit Suisse report “we are now of the view that the market is increasingly willing to hold short EUR positions on crosses in G10 space. If EUR really does replace JPY as the funding currency of choice due to negative rates, this trend can have a lot further to run, to EUR’s overall detriment.  Read More

  • Credit Agricole remain short EUR/USD
    Credit Agricole remain short EUR/USD
    By Admin - March 10, 2015

      In a note to clients, Credit Agricole report that “in order to push EUR/USD considerably lower from current levels Fed rate expectations may need to rise further. As there seems to be scope for the Fed to consider higher rates as soon as mid-year, we anticipate further diverging monetary policy expectations to the detriment of  Read More

  • Gold trading week ahead – Bullion Index
    Gold trading week ahead – Bullion Index
    By Admin - March 9, 2015

      Bullion Index report “gold starts the new trading week at a 3 month low after a strong reaction to data out of the U.S. on Friday. News of better than expected jobs data in the U.S. saw gold shed 3% in the session as investors saw the improving employment outlook in the U.S. as  Read More

  • Buy GBP/CHF on dips – Capital Trust Markets
    Buy GBP/CHF on dips – Capital Trust Markets
    By Admin - March 4, 2015

      Capital Trust Markets reports the “recent price action in the GBPCHF pair suggests that it has more upside in the near term as buyers are here to stay. Technical Analysis The GBPCHF pair recently climbed towards the 1.4760 resistance area where the British pound sellers defended the upside. However, there is a major bullish  Read More

  • Gold price forms a base at US$1,194
    Gold price forms a base at US$1,194
    By Admin - March 4, 2015

      Gold prices have been range bound in recent trading session as traders await the nonfarm payroll data. Bullion Index report to its clients that while  the ADP Employment numbers for February are out later today in the U.S. that they do not expect to see any surprises and expect Friday’s nonfarms to be the key  Read More

  • Sell NZD/USD at 0.7600 limit – UBS
    Sell NZD/USD at 0.7600 limit – UBS
    By Admin - March 4, 2015

      Swiss Bank UBS has suggested to clients to go short NZD. They report “NZD/USD should head lower. Sell rallies to 0.7600 with stops above 0.7720, targeting an eventual retest of 0.7300/0.7175″. Selling NZD against the USD is popular among brokers at the moment with BNZ also suggesting a short trade on NZD/USD. Sell on  Read More

  • UBS – Sell USD/CAD rallies to 1.2570
    UBS – Sell USD/CAD rallies to 1.2570
    By Admin - March 4, 2015

      While other brokers such as SEB and SwissQuote recommend clients to look short USD/CAD, UBS has taken a different view noting USD/CAD “remains stuck right in the middle of the recent trading range. We expect the range play to continue. Sell rallies to 1.2570 with stops above 1.2670 and buy on dips to 1.24  Read More

  • NZD/USD  Look To Re-Enter Strategic Short – BNZ
    NZD/USD Look To Re-Enter Strategic Short – BNZ
    By Admin - March 4, 2015

      BNZ look To re-enter a strategic short position on NZD/USD. In a note to clients they report “NZD has bounced back admirably from cyclical lows hit after the RBNZ dropped its tightening bias. But the medium-term outlook is still negative, even with recent strong gains in dairy prices at auctions. We would consider rallies  Read More

  • SwissQuote buy USD/CAD recommendation
    SwissQuote buy USD/CAD recommendation
    By Admin - March 4, 2015

      SwissQuote report to clients that the “USD/CAD has seen a pickup in buying interest near the key support area between 1.2352 and 1.2314. However, the succession of lower highs remains thus far intact. Hourly resistances can now be found at 1.2566 (02/03/2015 high) and 1.2664. An hourly support lies at 1.2449 (27/02/2015 low). In  Read More

  • BOC is likely to remain on hold this week buy USD/CAD – SEB
    BOC is likely to remain on hold this week buy USD/CAD – SEB
    By Admin - March 4, 2015

      SEB is recommending to clients to buy USD/CAD on dips. They report “the Loonie is vulnerable to additional Bank of Canada (BOC) rate cuts and continued weak oil prices in H1 2015. We expect unchanged rates at tomorrow’s central bank meeting. We would look to buy on a dip in USD/CAD. An April rate reduction looks  Read More

  • SEB sell order on AUD/USD
    SEB sell order on AUD/USD
    By Admin - March 4, 2015

      Trading company SEB have suggest to clients to get short AUD/USD. They report “the RBA left its cash rate unchanged at today’s meeting. However, the statement gives a clear signal more rate cuts should come. The AUD appreciated following the decision as a rate cut was widely expected. Use this uptick as an opportunity  Read More

  • Platinum prices to hit US$1,500 – Bullion Index
    Platinum prices to hit US$1,500 – Bullion Index
    By Admin - March 4, 2015

      With Platinum prices trading around US$1,182oz Bullion Index reports that platinum prices will hit US$1,500 by the end of 2015. They note “given an improving U.S. economy we are likely to see an increase demand from the U.S. for platinum, Thomson Reuters has noted that in 2014 platinum jewellery increased by over 60% in that  Read More

  • ANZ buy spot gold on dips to US$1180
    ANZ buy spot gold on dips to US$1180
    By Admin - February 26, 2015

      ANZ, the Australian Bank saying while they see no clear impetus to push gold significantly higher or lower in the near-term they suggest to clients to ‘buy spot gold on dips to USD1,1180/oz’. They expect gold to trade over the next 12 months in the USD1,150/oz to USD1,300/oz noting that gold has a tendency to trough  Read More

  • Euro Issues Will Underpin Gold Prices
    Euro Issues Will Underpin Gold Prices
    By Admin - February 26, 2015

      Bullion Index report that Euro issues will continue to prop up the price of gold. They note the Greek Eurozone creditors that have been keeping Greece afloat since 2010 have extended the country’s bailout by four months however it is only the beginning from what we see as a number of key flash points  Read More

  • Silver buyers look for $17.50 target
    Silver buyers look for $17.50 target
    By Admin - February 11, 2015

      With silver falling as much as 10% in recent weeks, Bullion Index notes that it seems to have bottomed and is holding the 50 day moving average area. They expect the upward trend to continue with the first stop being $17.50. Silver is currently trading at $16.80. (Source: Bullion Index)  

  • Gold downside support at $1,260
    Gold downside support at $1,260
    By Admin - January 30, 2015

      A strong US jobless claims number on Friday has seen the market factor in a quicker than expected tightening in US monetary policy. This has put a dampener on safe haven assets prices such as gold and silver. Bullion Index notes “we see the downside support on gold sitting at $1,260. If this level  Read More

  • RBA still on its way to cut rates
    RBA still on its way to cut rates
    By Admin - January 30, 2015

      SwissQuote report that “given the potential headwinds on the Australian economy, we suspect that the RBA will downgrade its inflation outlook and remove its neutral rate bias during its February meeting. Such revisions would strongly hint for a rate cut in March in order to protect the economic recovery and further weigh on the  Read More

  • US dollar far from overvalued – SwissQuote
    US dollar far from overvalued – SwissQuote
    By Admin - January 30, 2015

      SwissQuote report that “although the recent rise in the value of the greenback has been impressive, valuation are far from overvalued. Indeed, looking at some fundamental measures like PPP, long-term valuations do not suggest any significant exaggeration in the value of the US dollar. However, given that the ECB’s QE and part of the  Read More

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