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Gold Daily Review December 25, 2018

Gold Daily Review for December 25, 2018

Gold Prices Fail to Capitalize on Market Rout, But US Dollar Does

Gold prices failed to capitalize on a market meltdown that brought US shares to a 17-month low but the US Dollar reveled in support from

 

Gold Miners Are Crushing the Market in the Face of Higher Rates

Disregarding strong opposition from the likes of DoubleLine Capital founder Jeffrey Gundlach, legendary hedge fund manager Stanley Druckenmiller, President Donald Trump and others, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell hiked rates on last Wednesday for the fourth time in 2018.

 

Gold Prices Remain Bid Amid Partial U.S. Government Shutdown

Gold trades to a fresh monthly-high ($1267), with the bullish momentum gathering pace amid the partial U.S. government shutdown.

 

Gold clings to gains above $1260 on modest USD weakness

The troy ounce of the precious metal added more than $20 last week and brought the total monthly gains of December over $40. With markets already goin

 

Gold books 1% jump as stock market falls a day before Christmas

Gold futures settled sharply higher Monday, extending a climb toward a six-month peak, underpinned by a weaker dollar and a rout in the stock market.

 

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