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  1. Gold & Silver - Daily Outlook November 3

    by , 11-03-2011 at 07:38 AM
    Gold and silver slightly inclined yesterday after they had declined in recent days. The FOMC meeting may have helped pull up the financial markets as Bernanke left the door open on additional steps by the Fed to jumpstart the U.S economy. Today, the ECB rate decision will be made, the G20 meeting, the U.S. ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI report will be published and the U.S. Unemployment Claims report.

    Gold inclined on Wednesday by 1.04% to $1,729.6; silver also sharply rose by 3.70% to $33.94. The chart below shows the changes in gold and silver since October 20th (normalized gold and silver (October 20th 2011=100)). During the week (so far), gold decreased by 1.0% and silver by 3.8%.

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  2. Gold & Silver - Daily Outlook November 2

    by , 11-02-2011 at 11:01 AM
    Gold and silver sharply declined on the first day of November; this movement was probably driven in part by the news from Greece of a referendum. Today the FOMC will release a statement and Bernanke will also give a speech.

    For the complete report silver and gold prices outlook for November 2nd see here in Trading NRG

    Gold declined on Tuesday by 0.78% to $1,711.8; silver also sharply fell by 4.72% to $32.73. The chart below shows the changes in gold and silver since October 20th. During the week (so far), gold decreased by 2.0% and silver by 7.2%. The Euro/USD sharply declined on Tuesday by 1.12% to reach 1.3703 – the lowest level since January 12th.
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  3. Gold & Silver - Daily Outlook November 1

    by , 11-01-2011 at 06:12 AM
    Gold and silver sharply fell on the last day of October after they had risen during recent weeks. Today the FOMC meeting will commence; the statement of the FOMC decisions followed by Bernanke's press conference will be held tomorrow. Furthermore today, the U.S. Manufacturing PMI report will be published and Great Britain's GDP growth rate report for Q3 2011.

    Gold sharply fell on Monday by 1.26% to $1,725.2; silver also declined by 2.65% to $34.35. The chart below shows the changes in gold and silver. During October, gold increased by 6.3% and silver by 14.2%.

    For the complete report silver and gold prices outlook for November 1st see here in Trading NRG


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  4. Oil Prices – Daily Outlook October 31

    by , 10-31-2011 at 09:18 AM
    Oil prices recorded sharp gains in recent weeks and October as a whole will be one of the best performing months of 2011 for crude oil prices. The U.S. GDP rate reached a bigger than expected rate of 2.5% (Q-2-Q) and the EU agreement on the EU debt eased the concerns of the traders and helped the bullish market.

    On Friday, October 28th oil price (WTI) slipped by 0.68% to $93.32/b; Brent also fell by 2.13% to $110.83/b; during October WTI rose by 13.99% and Brent by 5.13%.


    Oil Stockpiles – Rose Last Week
    U.S. oil stockpiles slightly inclined last week by 0.7 million barrels, to 1,758.9 million barrels. The oil stockpiles are still well below the quota recoded in 2010: the oil stockpiles are over ...
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