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Gold falls 1 % as Fed tapering weighs, China demand fades
(Reuters - 31/01/2014)

Gold fell around 1 per cent on Thursday as the dollar rose after the US Federal Reserve pushed ahead with reducing its monetary stimulus and investors took profits made the previous session. The Fed trimmed its monthly bond-buying programme by another

Gold set to pare its gains for the week
(The Hindu Business Line - 31/01/2014)

In less than 24 hours, the gold market has undergone a change that prices in the domestic spot and futures market are set to come under pressure on Friday. The transformation has been such that the precious metal could end up giving up all that it gained

Gold set to gleam on haven demand as equities crash
(The Hindu Business Line - 30/01/2014)

Gold prices on domestic spot and futures markets are set to top Rs 30,000/10 gm on Thursday as the US Federal Reserve move to cut its stimulus programme further has hammered equities. With stock markets heading south, investors have switched to gold as a

Gold Holds Gain on Demand for Haven to Head for Monthly Advance
(Bloomberg - 30/01/2014)

Gold held the biggest advance in a week on concern that a rout in emerging-market assets may deepen, fueling demand for a haven as the U.S. Federal Reserve further reduced the pace of asset purchases. Bullion for immediate delivery traded at $1,266.27 an

Jittery gold market awaits Fed meet outcome
(The Hindu Business Line - 29/01/2014)

Gold prices in the domestic spot and futures market are set to head lower on Wednesday as the global market nervously awaits the decision of the US Fed Reserve on the stimulus programme. The US Fed Reserve’s Open Market Committee meeting that began on

Gold Flows East as Bars Recast for Chinese Defying Slump
(Bloomberg - 28/01/2014)

Gold’s biggest slump in three decades has been a boon for MKS (Switzerland) SA’s PAMP refinery near the Italian border in Castel San Pietro, whose bullion sales to China surged to a record as demand rose for coins, bars and jewelry. As prices plunged 28

Gold Advances to Two-Month High as Demand for Haven Increases
(Bloomberg - 27/01/2014)

Gold rallied to a two-month high, extending the longest run of weekly gains since September 2012, as a rout in emerging-market assets fueled demand for a haven. Bullion for immediate delivery rose as much as 0.8 percent to $1,279.61 an ounce, the highest

Gold shoots to two-month high
(Reuters - 26/01/2014)

Gold hit its highest in two months yesterday as the dollar fell and a global flight from emerging market assets set global stock markets on course for their worst week so far in 2014. The US currency registered its biggest one-day drop in three months,

Gold Up Amid Weak Dollar
(RTT News - 26/01/2014)

The price of gold was ticking higher Friday morning, with the US dollar trading weak versus a basket of currencies. Gold for February delivery, the most actively traded contract, added $8.10 to $1,270.40 an ounce. Yesterday, gold snapped its two-session

Gold Ends A Tad Higher; Gains 1% For Week
(RTT News - 25/01/2014)

Gold futures ended a tad higher for a third straight session on Friday, as investors opted for the precious metal while tracking declining global equity markets. Investors continued to look for direction with little or no cues in the form of any major

Gold Drops From Six-Week High to Trim Longest Rally in 16 Months
(Bloomberg - 24/01/2014)

Gold retreated from a six-week high, paring the longest weekly rally since September 2012, as investors assessed whether the U.S. Federal Reserve will keep reducing stimulus. Bullion for immediate delivery fell as much as 0.5 percent to $1,258.36 an

Gold on a downhill on fears over US Fed moves
(The Hindu Business Line - 23/01/2014)

The sparkle in gold seen during last weekend and at the beginning of this week seems to be a flash in the pan. The yellow metal’s prices are under pressure again. Bets that the US Federal Reserve could trim the stimulus package further from the already

Gold set to shine as investors look for safety
(The Hindu Business Line - 20/01/2014)

Gold prices in the domestic spot and futures market are set to rise on Monday, reflecting the global trend driven by reshuffling of portfolios by investors and weak equities. Gold holdings in exchange-trade funds rose the most on a single day on Friday,

Gold Rises to Six-Week High on Signs of Demand as Platinum Jumps
(Bloomberg - 20/01/2014)

Gold rallied to the highest level in almost six weeks on signs of increasing demand as holdings in the biggest exchange-traded product expanded the most since 2011. Platinum climbed on prospects for strikes in South Africa. Bullion for immediate delivery

Gold Ends Higher On Soft Data; Up 0.4% For Week
(RTT News - 19/01/2014)

Gold futures moved up for a second straight session to end at a more than five-week high on Friday, after some soft data from the U.S. with consumer sentiment in January dropping unexpectedly and housing starts pulling back in December, even as the

Gold Halts Three-Week Advance on Fed Stimulus Outlook
(Bloomberg - 17/01/2014)

Gold was set to halt three weeks of gains as speculation that the Federal Reserve will continue reducing monetary stimulus in the U.S. countered signs of increased physical demand. Bullion for immediate delivery traded at $1,242.23 an ounce by 9:28 a.m.

Gold price hands back more gains, US recovery weighs
(Fast Markets - 16/01/2014)

The gold price fell for the third consecutive day on Thursday after yesterday's US data painted a picture of a recovering economy, fuelling expectation that the pace of QE tapering will be maintained. The spot gold price was last at $1,237.80/1,238.65

Gold futures remain higher mid-day
(Bernama - 16/01/2014)

Gold futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives remained higher at mid-day today on mild buying interest, dealers said. At lunch break, January 2014 was 12 ticks better at RM131.65 a gramme and February 2014 was up 15 ticks at RM131.00 a gramme.

Gold Price Analysis- Jan. 16, 2014
(DailyForex.com - 16/01/2014)

The XAU/USD pair (Gold vs. the American dollar) fell two days in a row as some investors continued to cover their long positions after the latest reports released from the Unite States fueled expectations that the Federal Reserve will continue trimming

Gold futures traded higher mid-day
(Bernama - 15/01/2014)

Gold futures contracts were traded higher at midday today in sync with the overnight gains on the Commodity Exchange Gold Market, a dealer said. At lunch break, two contract months were traded, with January 2014 garnering 20 sen or four ticks to RM130.95

Gold likely to rule steady as market takes a breather
(The Hindu Business Line - 14/01/2014)

Gold prices are likely to rule steady on the domestic spot and futures market on Tuesday as the market weighs current developments. Gold gained on Friday following US jobs data that showed employment in December was lower than even pessimistic estimates.

PRECIOUS-Gold rallies to highest in a month as U.S. jobs growth slows
(Reuters - 13/01/2014)

Gold extended gains to a third session on Monday to hit its highest in a month after a surprisingly weak U.S. jobs report stoked expectations that the Federal Reserve could temper the pace of its stimulus wind-down. A weaker U.S. dollar also supported

Gold Ends Higher On Soft Jobs Data
(RTT News - 12/01/2014)

Gold futures made gains for a second straight day to end at a four-week ended high Friday, after some disappointing non-farm payrolls jobs data out of the U.S. missed expectations by a huge margin with the dollar trending lower against some select

Gold jumps around 1% after weak US jobs report
(Reuters - 11/01/2014)

Gold rose around one percent after sharply weaker-than-expected US jobs data supported the view that the US Federal Reserve will take a gradual approach to tapering its bond-buying program this year. US nonfarm payrolls rose just 74,000 in December, the

Gold Rises Before Jobs Data as Investors Weigh Demand, Tapering
(Bloomberg - 10/01/2014)

Gold climbed before U.S. jobs data as investors weighed the outlook for physical demand against speculation the Federal Reserve may cut stimulus further. Bullion for immediate delivery rose as much as 0.8 percent to $1,238.15 an ounce and traded at