Short-term View (up to 1 week) – Rebound – – If bullion doesn’t hold support
at $1,690, it could retest $1,660 level. Market will be now be focused on key
inflation data next week, as well as the Fed minutes.
Long-term View (3-4months) – Positive – Any dips towards 49000 and
52000 should be used as buying opportunities for the target of 52000 and
60000 for Gold and Silver respectively in long-term.
SPOT Gold Daily Price Chart
SPOT Silver Daily Price Chart
Important News and Triggers
International News – – Precious metals prices dipped, weighed down by a stronger dollar after healthy U.S. jobs data cemented bets that the Federal Reserve would
stick to its aggressive rate hike path.
Economic Data – Data showed U.S. employers hired more workers than expected in September, while the unemployment rate dropped to 3.5%. The market is
looking at the stronger-than-expected payrolls report as further impetus for the Fed to raise yet another 75 bps at the early November meeting.
Interest Rate – – Fed fund futures are now pricing in a 92% chance of a 75-basis-point (bps) rate hike by the U.S. central bank at its policy meeting next month after
a strong labour market report.