Actualités des marchés
12/03/2019 | Gold Price Jumps to $1475 as Trade War Widens But Comex Bets 'Too Bullish for Big Rally'
GOLD PRICES erased the last 2 weeks' 1.7% drop Tuesday morning in London, touching $1475 per ounce against a weakening US Dollar as world stock markets struggled amid new salvoes in the widening global trade war.
Major government bond prices also rallied from their recent drop, pushing longer-term interest rates lower.
Gold priced in the Euro and Sterling also rose, reaching €1331 and £1134 respectively.
"I think it's better to wait for after [next November's US 2020] election, if you want...Read more
Poland has repatriated 100 tons of gold from the Bank of England's deposit in London, the Polish National Bank announced earlier this month.
The international logistics division of G4S has been involved in organizing the transport. The company said the gold movements were meticulously coordinated. The transport required the cooperation of the police, the Bank of England, Narodowy Bank Polski and G4Si.
The operation took place at night and in recent months and totaled eight trips. The gold was transported in a Boeing...Read more
12/02/2019 | Price of 'Safe Haven' Gold Struggles as Bond Yields Jump on China PMI, Trump Demands Fed Rate Cuts
GOLD PRICES tested what some technical analysts called 'support' at $1455 Monday morning as investors started December in a risk-on mood, driving interest rates higher after China's factory activity rose to a three-year high, writes Atsuko Whitehouse at BullionVault.
Already retreating 1.7% on a month-average basis in November - the fastest drop since August 2018 – gold prices fell 0.6% today before rallying to $1459 per ounce Monday lunchtime in London.
The Japanese Yen, often seen as a safe-haven investment, also...Read more
11/28/2019 | Gold Bullion Dead-Flat as Stocks Slip from Record, Trump Angers China, NATO Splits on Spending, Russia, Syria
GOLD BULLION's trading range tightened still further on Thursday, holding the precious metal at a small loss for the week so far as world stock markets fell after US President Trump angered Beijing over the pro-democracy violence in Hong Kong and arguments within NATO worsened ahead of the Western military alliance's 70th anniversary summit in London next week.
With gold bullion prices moving barely $1.50 per ounce either side of $1456.50 in London, crude oil retreated again from the top-end of its last 4-month range, dropping below $58 per...Read more
GOLD PRICES held a small weekly gain versus all major currencies but the Japanese Yen lunchtime Friday in London, trading $2 higher at $1470 per ounce as world stock markets rallied to extend their 6-week winning run.
Rising 1.8% from last week's 3.5-month low of $1445 per ounce, gold prices neared their highest weekly close in 3 for Euro investors at €1330.
The UK gold price in Pounds per ounce rose to £1141, also a 7-year high when reached this July.
Major government bond yields meantime...Read more