Precious Metals appreciates after the FED 75 bps rate hike

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  1. Gold and Silver – Kya Lagta Hai

    Short-term View (up to 1 week) -Rangebound–– Gold is again trading in same range 50200 to 51200 and silver range is 59000 to 62500

    Long-term View (3-4months) -Positive – Any dips towards 50000 and 60000 should be used as buying opportunities for the target of 55000 and 70000 for Gold and Silver respectively

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    Precious Metals appreciates after the FED 75 bps rate hike

    • International News – Gold climbed roughly 1.5% to reach $1840, while silver scrambled over 4% higher to hit $21.84 after the Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point, the sharpest hike since 1994, as it seeks to combat the fiercest surge in U.S. inflation in four decades.
    • Demand and Supply – – – Most analysts believe that a recession is coming sooner rather than later, gold’s long-term outlook doesn’t look to bad. Looking at the Fed funds futures curve, markets very much remain of the opinion that after some aggressive near-term hiking from the Fed coupled with a recession over the next 12 or so months, US inflation should come eventually come under control, giving the Fed the space to then cut interest rates in the longer-term.
    • Economic Data –  –  The Fed had previously suggested it was likely to boost rates by half a percentage point at each of its three meetings this year, but recent signals that inflation is accelerating spurred policymakers to move more aggressively to slow economic growth in a bid to tame prices
    • Domestic News– India imported 101 tonnes of gold in May, compared to 13 tonnes a year earlier due to Akshaya Tritiya and Wedding Season

     

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