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Sport Gold Prize: Comeback in the direction of 1,800-dollar brand

10:52  14 october  2021
10:52  14 october  2021 Source:   finanzen.net

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after the 5.4 percent P.A. Higher than expected Unusual US inflation rate, the gold price started an attack on the $ 1,800 dollar.

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by Jörg Bernhard

This came to a short time before, because the actors now fear a speedy back the bond purchases. While the yellow precious metal has increased to the highest level for a month, it went with the dollar and the US- returns valley. From a chart technical point of view, the 200-day line above $ 1,800 is likely to prove an additional hurdle, especially since gold had failed three times over the past six months. However, in the world's largest Gold-ETF SPDR Gold Shares, the increased gold price was not reflected in higher demand. Its held gold quantity has been reduced from 982.72 tonnes compared to the previous day from 985.05 to 982.72 tonnes and has fallen to the lowest value since April 2020.

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On Thursday morning, the Gold Prize presented itself with slightly recovering quotations. Until 8.00 (Mesz), the most active-traded futures on Gold (December) reduced by 2.50 to $ 1,792.20 per ounce.

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Although the report of the American Petroleum Institute published on Wednesday evening has reported a warehouse plus of 5.2 million barrels, the oil price rejects positive signs. This was mainly due to the unexpectedly strong declines of the amounts of storage for gasoline (minus 4.6 million barrels) and distillates (minus 2.7 million barrels). In addition, the fossil energy carrier helped the EIA forecast yesterday that the US oil production will drop 2021. New impetus could experience the fossil energy source in the afternoon when the US ENVERSE MANAGE EIA (5:00 pm) will publish its weekly report on the development of storage reserves and production figures.

On Thursday morning, the oil price presented with higher quotations. Until 8.00 (CEST), the next WTI futures fueled 0.65 to $ 81.09, while his counterpart at Brent took on 0.70 to $ 83.88.

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