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ECB Accelerates Its Asset Purchases - Gold Needs Fed to Follow Suit
Author Arkadiusz Sieron | Published by Goldbroker ™ | Mar 14, 2021 | Articles 657

So far, only the ECB has intervened in the markets, but other central banks could follow suit. This week, the Fed will announce its decision on the monetary policy. And we cannot exclude that the American central bank will also signal a more dovish stance to calm the turmoil in the bond markets and prevent further increases in the interest rates. One thing is certain: gold needs some fresh dovish hints from the Fed to go up.

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Sentiment in Gold at a Lower Level
Published by Laurent Maurel | Mar 9, 2021 | Articles 9473

At present, gold in any case is continuing its correction in this context of rising interest rates. Disengagement on gold ETFS funds continued last week after a record 12 consecutive days of decrease. The last liquidation of these ETFS that was so intense goes back to the correction of December 2016. Opinions about gold have never been this low in the past 5 years, with the Gold OPTIX index measuring investor optimism on the precious metal security has gone back below autumn 2019.

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Gold And Basel III: What To Consider
Published by Goldbroker ™ | Mar 8, 2021 | Articles 4840

More gold is traded daily in London than is produced through mining in a year. It is estimated that nearly 95% of that gold traded daily in London is unallocated paper gold. Similar figures exist in the COMEX in New York, and around 1% ever insisting on delivery. We can easily deduce from these figures a rough percentage of how many are unallocated naked shorts, and it’s a big figure.

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Yields To Surge As Biden-Yellen Create Record Deficits
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | Mar 5, 2021 | Articles 9758

With pressures on stocks and bonds, the precious metals are falling in sympathy as often is the case at the beginning of falling markets. I have been stating for 20 years, that fundamentally gold and silver are in a very strong uptrend, supported totally by central bank’s destruction of paper money. Within major uptrends, there are always corrections and some are vicious.

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