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Gold Daily Review February 5, 2019

Gold Daily Review for February 5, 2019

Central Banks Haven’t Bought This Much Gold Since Nixon Closed the Gold Window

Something big is happening in the gold market right now, and nowhere is that more apparent than in central banks of emerging economies. Last year was a watershed in the size of official gold purchases, as banks added an incredible 651.5 tonnes (worth some $27.7 billion) to their holdings.


Gold prices at critical juncture, eyes on technical downside targets and Central Banks

Gold prices have captured the market’s attention at the start of this week, extending the correction lows of last week while a number of factors playi


Gold recovers above $1310, remains in the negative territory

The XAU/USD pair slumped to a 6-day low of $1308.50 earlier in the day before staging a modest recovery in the NA session. As of writing, the pair was


Match Group, Shutterfly stocks fall after Goldman starts coverage at sell

Shares of Match Group Inc. MTCH, -0.55% and Shutterfly Inc. SFLY, +0.99% are down 2.4% and 2.5%, respectively, after Goldman Sachs analyst Michael Ng


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Gold Forecast February 5, 2019

Gold markets pulled back to kick off the week on Monday, filling the gap from early Thursday morning, before bouncing yet again. This is a market that is ver…


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Gold gains 0.20 percent in Asia, focus on treasury yields

Gold is reporting moderate gains in Asia, but these could be short-lived if the treasury yields extend the two-day winning streak. As of writing, the


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