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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Fed policy unchanged but gold still plunges.  Markets over-reacting?

Lawrence Williams

17 June 2021The FOMC meeting has ended and despite virtually no changes in the U.S. Fed's ultra low interest rate policy coupled with significant QE, all eyes seemed to be focused on inflation and the Fed's likely reaction to it, even though it is nort expecting to make any serious policy changes for another 2 years. Precious metals all plunged in what we see as a huge over-reaction by the markets.

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold:  Pause, setback and waiting on the Fed

Lawrence Williams

15 June 2021It looks like nervous gold and silver markets are now waiting on the outcome of the U.S. Fed's policy considerations following on from this week's FOMC meeting. We don't see the Fed implementing any changes as it will consider its current programme of ultra low interest rates, coupled with significant QE, as working out successfully. If it ain't broke don't fix it!

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Chinese gold demand well up on 2020 but still below 2019

Lawrence Williams

07 June 2021Latest gold withdrawal figures from the Shanghai Gold Exchange for May show that demand this year to date remains substantially stronger than in the first five months of the Covid-hit 2020, but they still remain well below equivalent data for 2019.

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Big gold and silver takedown on ADP employment report

Lawrence Williams

04 June 2021We commented a few days ago that precious metals prices would likely be data driven and the latest ADP private sector employment report certainly served to empahsise this, leading to a sharp fall in gold, silver and pgm prices, We suspect prices may now stabilise at current levels before making another attack on $1,900 gold and $28 silver.

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold squeaks back above $1,900

Lawrence Williams

02 June 2021After a brief hiatus, the gold price crawled back above $1,900 an ounce on Wednesday and silver regained the $28 level. It looks as though the rapid precious metals price progress we saw in May may not be maitained in June, although portents still look favourable for gold and silver

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Australian Q1 gold output falls, but still closing on China

Lawrence Williams

01 June 2021The world's top three gold producers, China, Austra;ia and Russia, are lee seeing reductions in their Q1 new mined gold output. Australia may be closing the gap with China, but any likelihood of it achieving No.1 status woukd appear to be premature

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