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Day: March 29, 2021

Fed’s Waller says the central bank isn’t keeping rates low to finance government debt

Christopher Waller, U.S. President Donald Trump’s nominee for governor of the Federal Reserve, speaks during a Senate Banking Committee confirmation hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S, on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images The Federal Reserve is not keeping monetary policy easy to enable the government to rung up debts and …

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Silver Unfollows Gold: Where Next?

Historically, gold and silver tend to be highly correlated assets, but their strong positive relationship slightly relaxed in the first quarter of the year, making investors wonder whether this deviation could be something more than temporary in the coming years. This special report explains that although gold will remain a popular shelter for safe-haven flows, …

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XAU/USD Outlook: Gold Drops 1% as Stronger Dollar and Economic Recovery Hopes Dent Demand

Spot gold accelerated lower on Monday, losing around 1% in early US trading, as demand for safe-haven yellow metal was hit by stronger dollar and rising hopes for fast global economic recovery. Fresh weakness generated strong bearish signal on break of the floor of four-day congestion as bears cracked important support at $1706 (Fibo 61.8% …

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Sterling Rises in Quiet Markets, Lifted by Buying Against Euro and Franc

Sterling trades generally higher today, with much help from buying in crosses against Euro and Swiss Franc. Australian and New Zealand Dollar are also firmer even though overall market sentiments are mixed. Canadian Dollar, on the other hand, remains a softer one, followed by Euro and then Swiss Franc. Dollar and Yen are mixed for …

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Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Nomura & more

Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Discovery Communications (DISCA), Viacom (VIAC) – Both stocks remain on watch this morning, after significant declines last week. A source with direct knowledge of the situation told CNBC the sell-off was due to forced liquidation of positions held by Archegos Capital Management. Discovery …

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Gold Tiptoes Sideways As Positive Impetus Fades

Gold is currently tiptoeing sideways after its recent bounce off the critical support base of 1,660-1,682, where it produced a nine-month low of 1,676. The falling 50- and 100-day simple moving averages (SMAs) are safeguarding the short-term bearish picture and weighing on the commodities price. The flattening Ichimoku lines are suggesting positive momentum has dwindled …

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European Open: Brent And WTI Are Lower As Ever Given’ Is Refloated

Whilst the refloating of the large cargo has weighed on oil prices overnight, it remains unclear how quickly the Suez Canal will be reopened and fully operational. Asian Indices: Australia’s ASX 200 index fell by -8.2 points (-0.12%) to close at 6,816.00 Japan’s Nikkei 225 index has risen by 342.62 points (1.17%) and currently trades …

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Canadian Dollar Mildly Lower in Quiet Markets, Following Oil Retreat

The markets open a holiday-shortened week in a quiet note. Canadian Dollar is trading mildly lower, following retreat in oil prices. The giant container that blocks the Suez Canal, Ever Given, is finally starting to refloat, partly thanks to higher-than-usual spring tides. Elsewhere in the forex markets, Dollar and Yen are currently the firmer ones, …

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