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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » DAILY CHRONICLE™ » Gold posts weekly loss on dollar rise, strong US data

Gold posts weekly loss on dollar rise, strong US data

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Gold posts weekly loss on dollar rise, strong US data  Gold1_10
Bullion notched a 0.5 percent weekly loss, after two consecutive weekly rises driven by renewed worries about global economic growth.



Gold edged lower on Friday and closed down for the week as rallying equity markets and strong US economic data dented demand for the precious metal as an insurance against risk. Sales of new US single-family homes rose to a six-year high in September, but a sharp downward revision to August's sales pace indicated the housing recovery remains tentative. Bullion notched a 0.5 percent weekly loss, after two consecutive weekly rises driven by renewed worries about global economic growth. "A better run of US data has calmed nerves about the wider economy, and that has put pressure on gold in the past few days, as it had been enjoying a safe-haven bid," said Matthew Turner, an analyst at Macquarie. Spot gold was down 0.1 percent at USD 1,231.14 an ounce by 2:48 p.m. EDT (1848 GMT). US COMEX gold futures outperformed spot, settling up USD 2.70 at USD 1,231.80 an ounce, with lower-than-usual volume, according to preliminary Reuters data. Gold's weekly loss was also triggered by a resurgent dollar. The dollar was down 0.2 percent against a basket of major currencies on Friday, but was set to post a near 1 percent gain for the week after two weeks of declines. In gold's official-sector news, a proposal to prohibit the Swiss National Bank from selling any of its gold reserves has the support of 44 percent of the public, though that result falls short of the backing it needs to become law, a closely watched survey showed. Holdings in SPDR Gold Trust, the world's top bullion exchange-traded fund, fell to their lowest level since late 2008 this week in a sign of lingering bearish sentiment in the bullion market. The fund this week recorded its biggest daily percentage drop in holdings in a year, despite a price jump to a six-week high. The U.S. Federal Reserve's policy meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday will be the next major focus for the market. The consensus view is for the U.S. central bank to decide to wrap up asset purchases under its third round of quantitative easing. Investors will be looking for any clues on the possible timing of an interest rate increase. Among other precious metals, silver edged up 0.1 percent to USD 17.17 an ounce on Friday. Platinum was down 0.3 percent to USD 1,244.60 an ounce, while palladium eased 0.1 percent to USD 776.40 an ounce, making it the week's best performer among precious metals with a 4 percent jump

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If US does well Srilanka Exports will do better Very Happy also.....
China too will do good.

Hopefully Europe will equally perform better....

This will give rise to US Interest rates to increase gradually Very Happy

How this will affect our Capital Market must be carefully study..... So my Investment in TJL should pay off well in the future ....

LIOC also should do fine in that regard Very Happy

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