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Gold holds gain after US jobs data, Yellen's comments - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Gold holds gain after US jobs data, Yellen's comments

Gold is holding close to US$1,900 an ounce.
Gold may shine as inflation risk looms - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global review

Gold may shine as inflation risk looms

Maxwell Gold sees gold serving as a against multiple forms of risk, not just inflation, in 2021's volatile risk landscape.


Oil climbs toward US$38 and gold gains for third day after Biden win

Crude futures in New York increased 2.2% and spot gold added 0.1% amid a broader gain in Asian stocks.


Gold could trade at average level of US$1,850/oz into 2021: Fitch Solutions

According to Fitch, the global recession, low bond yields and rising geopolitical tensions are expected to support gold prices in the short term, owing to the metal’s safe haven status.

Broker's Calls

Gold prices come down; black gold prices go up: OCBC Bank forecasts

SINGAPORE (June 23): As countries around the world are reopening their economies, despite the lack of a vaccine for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19), gold and crude oil prices could see contrasting movements.
The gold standard: A beginner's guide to investing in gold

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The gold standard: A beginner's guide to investing in gold

Why is gold so popular as a currency or as an investment tool? We answer these questions and more within.


Goldman sees virus lifting gold to US$1,800 as 'last resort' haven

Gold is trading near a seven-year high, supported by an increasing number of coronavirus cases worldwide that threaten to curtail global economic activity.

Global Economy

Equity markets recover, but growth subdued by coronavirus

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Gold prices hit seven year high, set to shine brighter amid uncertainties

SINGAPORE (Jan 17): In the second half of last year, investors sought refuge in safe haven assets as macroeconomic uncertainties and market turmoil continued.

Global Economy

Missiles strike, concerns spike

The US has reignited geopolitical tensions with Iran, even as the trade war with China goes on. While there are signs of a broader global economic recovery, central banks have little room to manoeuvre if growth stalls again.