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January 25, 2013, 8:40 AM

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Gold price drivers for the upcoming week:

  • How central banks of the world’s largest economies create trillions of dollars out of thin air
  • Dollar is at its turning point - what’s next
  • Will the S&P 500 hold its value
  • At what level crude oil prices are from long-term perspective
  • How mining stocks are correlated with the general stock market
  • Consequences of the Thursday’s decline in gold and silver
  • The emotionality behind senior and junior mining stocks

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Apr Market Overview

Gold Market Overview

The U.S. recovery and the Fed's interest rate hike are the hottest topics right now. The stronger than expected February job market report fueled expectations that the Fed would increase interest rates sooner rather than later. We believed that the market’s reaction was a bit exaggerated, and suggested in the Gold News Monitor not to take the hike for granted. The U.S. recovery is not as strong as it is commonly believed (as was confirmed by the downgraded Fed’s economic projections) and there are many downside risks. However, we can assume that the American central bank will finally increase its interest rates, especially that since March it is no longer as “patient” as it used to be. How will this action change the global economy and affect the gold market?

Read more in the latest Market Overview report.

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