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Gold Apr '21 (GCJ21)

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Gold Futures Market News and Commentary

Precious Metals Fall on a Stronger Dollar and Soaring Global Government Bond Yields

Apr gold (GCJ21) this morning is down -22.50 (-1.25%), and March silver (SIH21) is down -0.128 (-0.46%).

Gold and silver prices this morning are moderately lower. A stronger dollar and soaring global government bond yields today have sparked long liquidation pressure in precious metals. Gold prices also fell back today after Goldman Sachs cut its six-month price outlook for gold.

Today's global economic data was bearish side for gold but bullish for industrial metals demand and silver prices. U.S. Jan new home sales rose +4.3% to 923,000, stronger than expectations of 856,000. Also, German Q4 GDP was revised upward to +0.3% q/q and -2.7% y/y from the previously-reported +0.1% q/q and -2.9% y/y.

Gold prices were under pressure today after Goldman Sachs cut its 6-month price outlook for gold to $2,000 an ounce from a prior forecast of $2,300 an ounce. Goldman said, "the strong rotation into risky assets on the back of repricing of global gro... Read more

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