Comex Trading Signals and Market News – 23 May 2016


  • Silver futures were trading higher during noon trade in the domestic market on Friday tracking a bullish trend in the global market as the sharp losses in the previous session amid bets of a Fed rate hike in June offered a good bargain buying opportunity to traders in the precious metal at existing levels.
  • Natural Gas futures fell in the domestic market during noon trade on Friday as investors and speculators exited positions in the energy commodity as rising US supplies signaled weak demand for the power plant fuel in the world’s biggest gas consuming nation.The EIA on Thursday said that US gas stockpiles climbed by 73 billion cubic feet to 2.754 trillion cubic feet in the week ended May 13 2016.
  • Gold prices fell by 0.19 per cent on Friday as market players continued to price in the improved chances of multiple rate increases from the Federal Reserve this year following hawkish comments from the US central bank on the likelihood of a June rate hike. Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) said in the minutes from its April meeting that it will likely raise short-term rates at its next meeting in June if the economy continues to improve as expected.


  • Japan’s extraordinarily easy monetary policy, a source of friction with the United States for pushing the yen’s value down, has had some positive effects on emerging Asian economies, including increased growth and equity prices, International Monetary Fund researchers have foundThe IMF findings were released in a paper on Friday, as Group of Seven finance ministers and central bank governors began meeting in Japan, where divergent views on Japan’s monetary policy and currency market interventions were expected to be a hot topic.
  • The United States issued a fresh warning to Japan against competitive currency devaluation on Saturday, exposing a rift on exchange-rate policy that overshadowed a Group of 7 finance leaders gathering hosted by the Asian nation. Japan and the United States are at logger-heads over currency policy with Washington saying Tokyo has no justification to intervene in the market to stem yen gains, given the currency’s moves remain “orderly”.
  • A group of global banks and clearing houses, working with U.S. regulators, said on Friday it has identified two possible replacements for Libor, the benchmark interest rate for $160 trillion worth of credit for everything from home mortgages to corporate loans.The Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC) said that together with the Federal Reserve it has identified the Fed’s Overnight Bank Funding Rate (OBFR) and the overnight rate on U.S. Treasury securities pledged as collateral in repurchase, or repo, transactions as alternatives.


  • BUY GOLD ABOVE 1261 TARGET 1266 1272 SL 1256
  • SELL GOLD BELOW 1247 TARGET 1242 1236 SL 1252

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