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  • Silver jewellery exports surges 55 per cent

    July 30: Although, exports of gold and diamond jewellery saw steady decline over the past few...

  • Analysts predict gold may reach new lows. Here’s why?

    July 30: It has been a week of speculations with analysts globally predicting that gold could reach...

  • Fed keeps interest rates unchanged, gold hikes in...

    After the two-day meeting ending yesterday, the US Federal Reserve did not raise the interest rates...

  • Asian stocks move up, bullion may lose gains

    Asian stocks were seen to be gaining in the morning session on the back of Fed’s optimism for the...

  • Aluminium trending higher

    July 29: Aluminium has been trending higher at the MCX, following the firming indication as seen at...

  • Yen and Euro goes down against the dollar with Fed’s...

    July 29: Yen and Euro went down against the dollar in the international market given the Interest...

  • Crude Oil prices on a fall

    July 29: As the Asian markets are not showing any positive demand for the commodity, Crude Oil...

  • Gold just below USD 1,100, investors waiting for Fed...

    July 29: Gold has been seen trading just below the mark of USD 1,100 an ounce, as the investors are...

  • Silver prices fall on Greece deal

    Silver prices were at a decline in the international as well as domestic markets. Prices of the...

  • Crude oil rises marginally, but market under pressure

    Crude oil futures were seen to be rising marginally today. However, the energy commodity witnessed...

  • Silver in the range bound today at MCX

    Jul 17, 2015: As per analysts at Iravedcommodity.com, Silver is seen to be in the range bound...

  • Silver moves up at MCX as dollar softens

    Jul 09, 2015: With dollar showing weakness as compared to the Indian rupee, silver traders were...

  • Greece referendum and the bullion market

    In a referendum conducting yesterday, Greeks have rejected the terms of the bailout package offered...

  • London copper trades lowest in five months

    London copper has declined, trading below the level of USD 5,500 a tonne, which is the lowest level...

  • Gold slips marginally in the morning session, may gain...

    Jul 09, 2015: Gold was seen to be steady and is seen trading just above a four-month low today,...

  • Despite crude oil price rise, market may become bearish

    Jul 16, 2015: Crude oil prices were seen to be increasing today after the data from the US...

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    Commodity

    Price

    Open

    High

    Low

    Time

    GOLD SPOT

    1098.3

    1094.5

    1098.5

    1093.9

    11:27:49

    SILVER SPOT

    14.685

    14.64

    14.71

    14.635

    11:27:49

    GOLD COSTING

    24750

    24666

    24755

    24652

    11:27:49

    SILVER COSTING

    32980

    32880

    33036

    32869

    11:27:49

    Commodity

    Price

    Open

    High

    Low

    Time

    GOLD

    24813

    24668

    24892

    24535

    23:29:57

    SILVER

    34025

    33900

    34450

    33625

    23:29:59

    COPPER

    335.4

    338.5

    340

    335.15

    23:29:56

    LEAD

    108.1

    109.15

    109.35

    108

    17:34:50

    NICKEL

    694.3

    705

    710.4

    690

    17:34:59

    COPPERM

    335.35

    338.7

    340.4

    335.05

    23:29:59

    ZINC

    123.35

    124.95

    125.2

    122.85

    17:34:59

    CRUDEOIL

    3038

    3121

    3121

    3030

    23:29:59

    NATURALGAS

    174.8

    179.4

    179.7

    174.5

    23:29:59

    ALUMINIUM

    101.9

    102.85

    102.85

    101.45

    17:34:59

    MENTHAOIL

    948.1

    943.5

    950.5

    933.5

    17:01:04

    GOLDM

    24789

    24680

    24919

    24551

    23:29:58

    SILVERM

    34039

    33900

    34461

    33650

    23:29:58

    Commodity

    Price

    Open

    High

    Low

    Time

    COCUDAKL

    1760

    1775

    1784

    1760

    23:23:04

    SYBEANIDR

    3771

    3689

    3777

    3655

    16:59:53

    CHARJDDEL

    4486

    4486

    4526

    4475

    16:40:15

    GUARSEED10

    4370

    4513

    4520

    4298

    16:49:11

    CASTORSEED

    3938

    3958

    3976

    3938

    16:57:21

    GURCHMUZR

    970.5

    971

    971

    970

    16:53:28

    SYOREFIDR

    610.5

    609.5

    611.75

    609.4

    23:25:12

    SUGARM200

    2930

    2825

    2930

    2825

    16:59:38

    DHANIYA

    11734

    12129

    12250

    11671

    16:59:33

    RMSEED

    4150

    4106

    4171

    4106

    16:59:49

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    Recent Updates

  • Consumer sentiment and inflation expectations from the US would be announced at IST 7:30 pm. This would provide further cue about the economic growth and consumer sentiment in the country, which may further push the timing for the interest rate hike. In case the inflation rate reaches 2 per cent, the interest rate hike would be imminent, as analysed by the Fed. However, analysts are predicting it to be in the levels of 2.8 per cent – 3 per cent, which may also result in a momentum in the bullion market in the evening session. - 31-07-2015 at 3:11 pm
  • Unemployment data and consumer confidence figures to be released from the euro zone – including France, Germany and Italy. The data would provide the economic health of the euro zone, post the Greece debt crisis, and a negative figure could mean tumbling of the euro against dollar. In case the dollar strengthens further, bullion market would go down for non-dollar currency investors. Clearer picture would emerge in the afternoon. - 31-07-2015 at 2:33 pm
  • Gold is seen to be under heavy selling pressure during recent months, as speculations are ripe that Fed would be increasing the interest rates for the first time in nine years during September this year. This has led to bearish trend in the market as it has not been able to compete with the high-yielding assets, which are fetching better returns for the investors. - 31-07-2015 at 1:19 pm
  • US dollar is seen to be gaining strength against major currencies. It has up by around 0.31 per cent to reach 97.52 yesterday, at the US dollar index. A strong dollar would further dampen the appeal of the precious metals, as the investors in other currencies would not be able to take advantage of the price point. - 31-07-2015 at 12:47 pm
  • The release of the second-quarter GDP results from the US showcased that the economy has been growing at a steady rate of 2.3 per cent, which may further support Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s view that in case of steady growth of economy, the interest rate hike would be announced soon. Thus, September rate hike is at the horizon. Post the release of the GDP data, gold fell to about five-and-a-half year low and the analysts have been predicting further downfall in the metal prices in the coming days. Analysts are expecting the prices to fall from the range of USD 350 to USD 800 to below the level of USD 1,000. - 31-07-2015 at 10:34 am
  • Prominent Wall Street banks have also decreased their gold price targets and are bearish in their approach towards the yellow metal. Goldman Sachs, which is one of the biggest supporters of the commodities super cycle, has recently predicted that gold could indeed go below US 1,000 an ounce, a figure that has not been achieved since 2009. - 31-07-2015 at 10:29 am
  • Could gold drop down to USD 350 an ounce? So thinks a leading gold forecaster – Claude Erb, a former commodities trader at TCW Group – who predicts that the yellow metal may decline to a mere USD 350 an ounce, a level which has not been seen since 2003. As per Erb, the figure has been achieved after analyzing historical data to understand that if gold is used as an inflation hedge, it is considerably expensive at current levels and may go down drastically. - 31-07-2015 at 10:02 am
  • In the Asian market, during the morning session, it was seen that the stocks were trading higher and dollar was in a consolidation scenario, post the US Fed provided positive view about the US economy. However, this meant investors keeping away from commodities and due to higher dollar prices, not able to take advantage of the US bullion market optimism. - 30-07-2015 at 11:02 am
  • As the interest rates were not increased during this meeting, the bullion market – especially gold – was seen to have reacted positively to the news. Gold was seen to trade a little higher in the US market after Fed kept the interest rate unchanged. Indian market may also see some spike today, though the volatility would be dependent on the dollar prices. - 30-07-2015 at 10:54 am
  • Interest rate hike will impact the currently non-interest paying bullion. Further, such a hike would provide support to the US dollar as well and therefore, the investors investing in other currencies than dollar may not be able to take price advantage in the bullion market. Overall, there is expected to be movement in the bullion market post the interest rate hike. - 30-07-2015 at 10:37 am
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