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Monday, 15 October 2018


BULLION:-
There Gold prices inched higher early on Tuesday, hovering near a 2-1/2 month high hit in the previous session, as risk averse investors sought a safe haven amid rising political tensions and economic uncertainty. Spot gold was up 0.1 per cent at $1,227.76 an ounce at 0114 GMT. On Monday, it touched a peak of $1,233.26, the highest since July 26. Asian stocks bounced modestly on Tuesday, gaining a toe-hold after a week of heavy losses, although increasing tensions between Saudi Arabia and the West fanned geopolitical concerns and capped gains. The US government closed the 2018 fiscal year $779 billion in the red, its highest deficit in six years, as Republican-led tax cuts pinched revenues and expenses rose on a growing national debt, according to data released on Monday by the Treasury Department. 

METALS:-
London copper closed near its day lows at $6,253/mt on Monday as longs booked profits after the contract climbed to an intraday high of $6,342/mt. With bearish sentiment from weakness in the equity markets, longs booked profits after the SHFE 1811 contract crept to a high of 50,960 yuan/mt and hovered around the daily moving average. This dragged the contract down to close at a low of 50,480 yuan/mt overnight. The pessimistic sentiment, triggered by the equity rout, lingered and this slowed the growth in copper prices. However, China's robust exports in September and low stocks across LME, COMEX and SHFE warehouses could provide some support. On technicals, LME copper touched the 10-day moving average and its Bollinger bands appeared to converge; SHFE copper stood firmly above the five-day moving average. We expect LME copper to trade at $6,190-6,280/mt today with the SHFE 1811 contract at 50,500-51,000 yuan/mt. Spot prices are seen at discounts of 20 yuan/mt to premiums of 30 yuan/mt.

ENERGY:-

Oil prices rose on Tuesday on signs Iranian oil exports this month have fallen from September ahead of U.S. sanctions against Tehran that are set to start in November. Iran has exported 1.33 million barrels per day (bpd) to countries including India, China and Turkey in the first two weeks of October, according to Definitive Eikon data. That was down from 1.6 million bpd in September, the data showed. October exports are a sharp drop from the 2.5 million bpd exported in April before U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew from a multi-lateral nuclear deal with Iran in May and ordered the re-imposition of economic sanctions on the country, the third-largest producer among the members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).


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Sunday, 14 October 2018


BULLION:-

There were a recent combination short covering and a flight to safety that lead to gold's rapid increase in price with the precious metal climbing through the descending channel's resistance to set a fresh high of $1,226/oz up from $1,180 recent double bottom lows. However, US equity markets set a firmer tone on Friday with respect to investor risk appetite which leaves gold bulls exposed to the risk of a deeper correction should market's continue to recover - Gold had already retreated back to $1,216 which has been marked out by the bears in the last two full day's of trade since its advance.  Eyes will stay focussed on US rates, the US dollar and stock markets with investor sentiment on shaky grounds considering the heightened tensions with respect to global trade relations and geopolitical risks

METALS:-

London copper reversed some early gains on Friday as the dollar climbed. The SHFE 1812 contract on Friday night fell below the daily moving average and ended at 50,720 yuan/mt after it rose to a high of 51,090 yuan/mt. Copper prices recovered as the markets settled from the US equity rout. In late trading on Friday, LME nickel lost all the gains it made earlier in the day and fell to a low of $12,610/mt before hovering around $12,670/mt and settling at $12,685/mt. The SHFE 1811 contract on Friday night rebounded to hover around 105,000 yuan/mt and end at 104,950 yuan/mt after it fell to a low of 104,430 yuan/mt. SHFE nickel prices are likely to remain rangebound as supply and demand both grow. LME nickel is expected to hover around $12,650/mt today and the SHFE 1811 contract is expected to trade at 104,000-106,000 yuan/mt. Spot prices are seen at 104,000-111,000 yuan/mt

ENERGY:-


Crude oil futures rose on Monday as geopolitical tensions over the disappearance of a prominent Saudi journalist stoked worries about supply, although concerns about the long-term outlook for demand dragged on prices. "The market has again expressed concerns over geopolitical tensions in the Middle East after U.S. and Saudi traded comments over the disappearance of the Saudi journalist, leading to a jump in prices," Wang Xiao, head of crude research with Guotai Junan Futures, wrote in a research note. Saudi Arabia has been under pressure since Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent critic of Riyadh and a U.S. resident, disappeared on Oct. 2 after visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Kingdom would retaliate against possible economic sanctions taken by other states over the case, its state news agency SPA reported on Sunday quoting an official source.


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Wednesday, 3 October 2018


BULLION:-

Gold eased on Wednesday after the Italian government indicated it was open to trimming its budget deficit and debt, soothing investors' nerves and prompting a wider move back into stocks and other higher-risk assets. Bullion was also pressured by a stronger dollar as economic data supported the view that the U.S. economy is strong. "With U.S. equities hitting record highs here, the stickiness in equity prices will continue and the dollar strength will continue to materialize with what the U.S. Federal Reserve is doing," said David Song, a currency analyst at DailyFX. A stronger greenback makes dollar-denominated gold more expensive for holders of other currencies, while rising interest rates increase the opportunity cost of holding non-yielding bullion.

METALS:-

Declining shorts pulled up the SHFE 1811 contract above the 20- and 10- day moving averages, to a high of 104,580 yuan/mt. The contract settled at 104,550 yuan/mt with capitals of some 213 million yuan flowing out of all SHFE nickel contracts. Open interests of the 1811 contract lost 20,000 lots to 184,000 lots. Data to watch tonight include the US August personal consumption expenditures (PCE) inflation, personal income and spending and September consumer confidence. The SHFE 1811 contract once fell below the 50,000 yuan/mt level with pressure at the five-day moving average. As shorts exited near closing, the contract inched up to an intraday high of 50,240 yuan/mt and settled at 50,170 yuan/mt. The October contract traded some 230 yuan/mt higher than the November one today. The SHFE will be closed tonight and reopen on Monday October 8 after the week-long National Day holiday. 

ENERGY:-

Oil prices on Thursday fell from four-year highs reached the previous session, pressured by rising U.S. inventories and after sources said Russia and Saudi Arabia struck a private deal in September to raise crude output. "Data for last week showed a much more significant than expected ... build in U.S. commercial crude (inventories), which generally suggests that oil prices should tumble," said Stephen Innes, head of trading for Asia-Pacific at futures brokerage Oanda in Singapore. U.S. weekly Midwest refinery utilization rates dropped to 78.9 percent, their lowest since October 2015, according to the data. U.S. crude oil production C-OUT-T-EIA remained at a record-high of 11.1 million barrels per day (bpd). Russia and Saudi Arabia struck a private deal in September to raise oil output to cool rising prices, Reuters reported on Wednesday, before consulting with other producers, including the rest of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). and Saudi Arabia's actions come as markets have heated up ahead of U.S. sanctions against Iran's oil sector, which are set to kick in from Nov. 4, and which many analysts expect to knock around 1.5 million bpd of supply out of markets.




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Thursday, 27 September 2018



BULLION:-

Gold prices held close early Friday to near six-week lows hit in the previous session, as the dollar firmed after upbeat U.S. economic data supported the Federal Reserve’s resolve for steady interest rate hikes over the next year. Spot gold was up 0.1 percent to $1,183.58 at the time of writing. On Thursday, the metal fell about 1 percent and touched its lowest since Aug. 17 at $1,181.61 an ounce. Spot gold is down about 1.3 percent for the week, on track for its fourth weekly decline in five. The dollar stood tall against its peers on Friday, and hovered near a nine-month high versus the yen. U.S. economic growth accelerated in the second quarter at its fastest pace in nearly four years as previously estimated, putting the economy on track to hit the Trump administration’s goal of 3 percent annual growth. The U.S. economy does not face a large chance of a recession in the next two years and the Fed plans to keep gradually raising interest rates, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said on Thursday.  

METALS:-

Shanghai aluminium prices dropped for a fourth session on Friday and were on course for their steepest monthly drop since March after China decided not impose blanket cuts on industrial output in 28 northern cities this winter. The production cuts are to be determined by local authorities, which the market expects to mean less restrictions on aluminium supply. Shanghai aluminium fell as much as 1.5 percent to 14,275 yuan ($2,073.02) a tonne, the lowest since July 23. The metal is heading for a 4.3 percent drop in September. London Metal Exchange aluminium nudged up 0.1 percent to $2,031.50 a tonne. Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange was up 0.5 to $6,214 a tonne, at the time of writing, snapping four straight sessions of declines. It has fallen 2.6 percent this week, putting it on course for its steepest weekly fall in six, although it is also heading for a 3.7 percent gain over September, which would be its best month since December 2017.  

ENERGY:-

Oil prices inched up on Friday, with investors trying to gauge the potential impact on supply from looming U.S. sanctions on Iran’s crude exports. The most-active Brent crude futures contract, for DecemberLCOZ8, had risen 18 cents, or 0.22 percent, to $81.56 per barrel at the time of writing. That was close to a four-year high of $82.55 struck on Tuesday. With the expiration of the Brent November futures contract later on Friday, the front-month contract will become the December contract. U.S futures were up 21 cents, or 0.29 percent, at $72.33 per barrel, on track for a weekly gain. The sanctions kick in on Nov. 4, with Washington asking buyers of Iranian oil to cut imports to zero to force Tehran to negotiate a new nuclear agreement and to curb its influence in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia is expected to quietly add extra oil to the market over the next couple of months to offset the drop in Iranian production, but is worried it might need to limit output next year to balance global supply and demand as the United States pumps more crude.  




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Saturday, 22 September 2018


BULLION:-

Gold prices edged up on Friday to a one-week high as the dollar weakened on receding fears of a full-blown Sino-U.S. trade war, keeping the yellow metal on track for its first weekly gain in four. "Higher gold prices are due to the fact that China-U.S. trade tensions have somewhat dissipated," OCBC analyst Barnabas Gan said. "Right now we have to tread very carefully on gold as any uptick in trade tension is bearish. U.S. tariffs should actually improve trade balance in the U.S and should give more strength to the dollar and push gold prices down." New U.S. and Chinese tariffs on each other's goods were set at lower rates this week than previously expected, raising hopes that hostilities between the world's two largest economies may be easing.

ENERGY:-

Oil prices rose on Friday ahead of a meeting of OPEC and other large crude exporters that will focus on production increases as U.S. sanctions restrict Iranian exports. OPEC and its allies are scheduled to gather in Algeria on Sunday to discuss how to allocate higher supply to offset the shortage of Iranian supplies. Brent is close to four-year highs, trading just below $80 a barrel, as investors bet that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will be unable to compensate fully for the loss of oil from Iran, OPEC's third-biggest producer. But the meeting on Sunday is unlikely to be able to change production policy. Such a move would require OPEC to hold what it calls an "extraordinary meeting", which is not on the agenda. President Donald Trump increased pressure on OPEC on Thursday, calling on the organisation to "get prices down now!"



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Friday, 14 September 2018

BULLION:-

Gold edged higher on Friday, lifted by a weaker dollar, but gains were tempered by expectations of a U.S. rate hike later this month. pot gold XAU= was up 0.4 percent at $1,206.01 an ounce by 1000 GMT, having hit its highest since Aug. 28 at $1,212.65 on Thursday. It has risen 0.9 percent so far this week, on track for its first weekly gain in three. Gold has shown a close correlation to the currency of China, the biggest gold consuming nation, analysts say. Investors widely expect another 0.25 percentage point interest rate hike when the U.S. central bank meets on Sept. 25-26, and there is a strong chance of another increase in December. rates make gold less attractive since it does not pay interest but costs money to store and insure.  

ENERGY:-

Oil rose on Friday, clawing back some territory after prices fell by the most in a month in the previous session, as the focus returned to supply concerns ahead of a November deadline for U.S. sanctions on Iranian crude. Price rises were capped after U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry said Saudi Arabia, other members of OPEC and Russia were to be admired for trying to prevent a spike in global oil prices. think the oil market will have another go at pushing Brent above $80 a barrel," Harry Tchilinguirian, oil strategist at French bank BNP Paribas. The United States is renewing sanctions on Iran after withdrawing from a nuclear deal forged in 2015 between Tehran and world powers.  



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Wednesday, 1 August 2018

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Gold prices rose on Tuesday, reversing early losses as the Chinese yuan strengthened against the dollar after a report said the United States and China were trying to restart negotiations to defuse a trade war.
In early trade, a stronger dollar and rising U.S. interest rates had sent bullion falling to its lowest in a week and a half.
Spot gold rose 0.3 percent to $1,224.48 per ounce by 1:43 p.m. EDT (1743 GMT), rebounding after touching its lowest since July 19. The precious metal is heading for a 2 percent monthly decline.
U.S. gold futures for August delivery settled up $2.40, or 0.2 percent, at $1,223.70 per ounce.
The Chinese yuan had been weakening against the dollar, pressuring greenback-denominated gold. That pressure abated, providing gold some support, McKay added.
The dollar was slightly higher versus a currency basket, following a three-month streak of gains, with the U.S. Federal Reserve set to reaffirm the outlook for further gradual rate rises at the end of its two-day monetary policy meeting on Wednesday.
Higher U.S. interest rates tend to boost the dollar, making dollar-priced gold more expensive for holders of other currencies.
Meanwhile, silver gained 0.3 percent at $15.53 an ounce, poised to end the month down more than 3 percent.
Platinum rose 2.1 percent to $841.10 per ounce, headed for a monthly decline of less than 1 percent. Palladium increased 0.7 percent at $935.30, set to end July down about 2 percent.


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Tuesday, 31 July 2018

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Gold prices mixed ahead of central bank decisions. 
Gold prices traded sideways in a narrow range on Tuesday, with investors in a wait-and-see mode ahead of the outcome of central bank monetary policy meetings. Investors are awaiting a Bank of Japan monetary policy decision on Tuesday. The bank is expected to trim its inflation forecasts and consider changes to its massive stimulus program, reflecting a growing recognition it will take longer than expected to meet its elusive price goal The U.S. central bank has raised benchmark lending rates twice this year and signalled two more increases by the year's end. Higher U.S. rates tend to boost the dollar, making greenback-denominated gold more expensive for holders of other currencies.

Copper rose in LME as strike in Chile and weaker dollar.
LME copper rose and closed at $6,245/mt on Monday due to the strike in Chile and a weaker US dollar. Market participants should monitor shorts today after China’s official manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) slipped for July. We expect LME copper to trade at $6,200-6,250/mt today.

Nickel fell down in LME as supply increase. 
Nickel prices gained low inventories across LME and domestic warehouses, tight supply of nickel pig iron. Profit growth for China’s industrial firms eased in June from the previous month, data showed, as factory production slowed amid the worsening trade U.S. dispute and Beijing’s efforts to cut pollution and debt. Nickel stocks in Shanghai bonded warehouses fell further over the week to 57,500 mt, data showed. This is down 1.7% on the week as active transactions saw Norilsk materials flow into the domestic market when import window was open.

Oil prices drop on oversupply concerns as OPEC output increased in July.
Oil prices fell on Tuesday, with Brent futures set for their biggest monthly loss in two years, on oversupply concerns after a report showed OPEC's output in July rose to its highest for 2018. A Reuters survey showed the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) increased production in July, hiked production by 70,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 32.64 million bpd, the most this year. The group has pledged to reduce the amount of oil output they are curtailing to offset the loss of Iranian supply as looming sanctions have already started to cut exports from OPEC's third-largest producer. U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to soften his approach to Iran, saying on Monday he would meet with President Hassan Rouhani without any preconditions. United States has indicated that it wants Iranian exports cut to zero under the sanctions it pledged to reintroduce in May and that would go fully into effect in November.


CS GOLD (OCT) OVERVIEW:
TREND : SIDEWAYS 
RESIST 2: 30000 
RESIST 1: 29900 
SUP 1: 29800 
SUP 2: 29700
CS SILVER (SEP) OVERVIEW:
TREND : BEARISH 
RESIST 2: 38550 
RESIST 1: 38400 
SUP 1: 38200 
SUP 2: 38050
CS COPPER (AUG) OVERVIEW: 


TREND : BULLISH 

RESIST 2: 430.00 

RESIST 1: 427.50 

SUP 1: 422.00 

SUP 2: 420.00

CS NICKEL (JULY) OVERVIEW: 

TREND : SLIGHTLY 

BULLISH 

RESIST 2: 957.50 

RESIST 1: 952.50 

SUP 1: 937.00 

SUP 2: 931.50

CS ZINC (JULY) OVERVIEW: 

TREND : SLIGHTLY 

BULLISH 

RESIST 2: 182.50 

RESIST 1: 181.50
SUP 1: 178.50
SUP 2: 176.50

CS LEAD (JULY) OVERVIEW: 

TREND : BEARISH 

RESIST 2: 149.00
RESIST 1: 148.00 

SUP 1: 145.00 

SUP 2: 144.50

CS ALUMINIUM (JULY) OVERVIEW: 

TREND : SIDEWAYS 

RESIST 2: 143.50 

RESIST 1: 142.50 

SUP 1: 140.50 

SUP 2: 139.50

CS CRUDE OIL (AUG) OVERVIEW: 

TREND : SIDEWAYS 

RESIST 2: 4930 

RESIST 1: 4880 

SUP 1: 4740 

SUP 2: 4680

CS NATURAL GAS (AUG) OVERVIEW: 

TREND : BULLISH 

RESIST 2: 195.00 

RESIST 1: 193.50 

SUP 1: 191.50 

SUP 2: 190.00


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Monday, 30 July 2018


Gold prices slipped on Monday as the dollar stood tall against its peers ahead of key central bank meetings and U.S. inflation and payrolls data this week.
Spot gold was down about 0.3 percent at $1,219.70 an ounce at 0656 GMT. U.S. gold futures were 0.3 percent lower at $1,219 an ounce.
The dollar remained broadly supported in Asia against major rivals on Monday, as market participants awaited central bank meetings this week, which could set the near-term course for currencies.
The greenback also climbed to a 13-month high versus China's yuan.
Investors are also focusing on the Bank of Japan meeting for signs of a potential shift in policy.
The Bank of England is due to announce a policy decision on Thursday.
Asian shares drifted lower on Monday at the start of a busy week peppered with corporate results and updates on U.S. inflation and payrolls, as well as the central bank meetings.
Spot gold still targets a range of $1,206-$1,214 per ounce, as its bounce from the July 19 low of $1,211.08 has completed, according to Reuters technicals analyst Wang Tao.
Hedge funds and money managers increased their net short position in COMEX gold contracts to a record in the week to July 24, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) data showed on Friday.
Investors added 5,001 contracts to their net short position, bringing it to 27,156 contracts, the biggest on record dating back to 2006, CFTC data showed.
In other precious metals, silver fell 0.3 percent at $15.41 per ounce, after hitting a one-week low at $15.29 in the previous session.
Platinum fell 0.5 percent to $821 while palladium rose 0.5 percent to $925.90.

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Saturday, 28 July 2018

Oil prices fell on Friday, weighed down by a drop in the U.S. equities market, but Brent still marked a weekly increase, supported by easing trade tensions and a temporary shutdown by Saudi Arabia of a key crude oil shipping lane.
Brent crude futures fell 25 cents to settle at $74.29 a barrel, but notched a 1.8 percent weekly increase, its first increase in four weeks.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude  futures fell 92 cents to settle at $68.69 a barrel, and marked a fourth week of declines, falling about 2.4 percent.
Depressing oil prices, U.S. stock markets broadly fell on Friday.
Crude futures at times track with equities.
The oil market largely brushed off government data on Friday that said the U.S. economy grew in the second quarter at its fastest pace in nearly four years.
U.S. energy companies added three oil rigs in the week to July 27, the first time in the past three weeks that drillers have added rigs, General Electric Co's  Baker Hughes energy services firm said on Friday.
Hedge funds trimmed their bullish wagers on U.S. crude, cutting their combined futures and options position in New York and London by 11,362 contracts to 412,289 in the week to July 24, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) said on Friday. That was the lowest level since late June, the data showed.
Russian energy minister Alexander Novak said on Friday the market remained volatile and responded to verbal interventions, adding that the market had priced in risks related to U.S. sanctions against Iran.
OPEC and other producers led by Russia agreed last month to ease production curbs. The deal effectively increases combined output by 1 million bpd, with Russia's share at 200,000 bpd.
Saudi Arabia earlier in the week said it was suspending oil shipments through the Red Sea's Bab al-Mandeb strait, one of the world's most important tanker routes, after Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis attacked two ships in the waterway.


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