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Guest Commentary: Gold & Silver Daily Outlook 01.10.2012

Guest Commentary: Gold & Silver Daily Outlook 01.10.2012

Lior Cohen, Energy Analyst for Trading NRG,

Gold & Silver Prices - Daily Outlook January 10

Gold and silver started the second week of 2012 with light changes as gold price moderately declined and silver price slightly rose. According to a recent Federal Reserve report, consumer credit is on the rise; this news might indicate that U.S. households are more willing to borrow funds and consequently might affect not only the stock markets but also commodities market. Today, China's trade balance report will be published.

For the complete daily gold price and silver prices forecast for January 10th sees here in Trading NRG

Gold slightly decline on Monday by 0.54% to $1,680.1; silver on the other hand moderately inclined by 0.35% to reach $28.78. In the chart below are the normalized gold and silver of recent weeks (gold and silver are normalized to December 23rd). During January, gold rose by 2.6% and silver by 3.1%.

Guest_Commentary_Gold_Silver_Daily_Outlook_01102012_body_Gold_10.png, Guest Commentary: Gold & Silver Daily Outlook 01.10.2012

On Today's Agenda

China's Trade Balance: according to Reuters China's trade surplus will reach a four month high of $21.6 billion, but during 2011 China's surplus has shrunk to $160 billion; if this trend will continue it could indicate that China's economic growth is slowing down;

Forex / Gold & Silver– January

The Euro/USD changed direction and slightly rose on Monday by 0.38% to reach 1.2765; other forex exchange rates such as the Australian dollar also appreciated against the USD. If major currencies will continue to appreciate against the USD, it may also pressure up gold and silver. Currently, the Euro/USD is traded moderately up.

U.S. Treasuries / Gold & Silver– January

During January the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield rose by 0.09 percent point. This upward trend might indicate that the risk appetite in the markets has inclined. This rise in the U.S. LT yields may have also been stem from the recent Federal Reserve report showing consumer credit surged the most in a decade. Furthermore, as seen in the chart below, during December and January there were strong positive correlations among the daily percent changes of U.S. 10 year notes yield and gold and silver. If the LT U.S. treasury yield will further rise, it may also continue to pressure up gold and silver.

Guest_Commentary_Gold_Silver_Daily_Outlook_01102012_body_Chart__10.png, Guest Commentary: Gold & Silver Daily Outlook 01.10.2012

Gold and Silver Outlook

Gold and silver started off the week with light changes, but as the week will progress theforexand commodities markets will probably start to shift more sharply. This may be prompted by the upcoming ECB rate decision and the major U.S. reports to be published. Today, since there are few reports to be published, I speculategold and silverwill probably continue to zigzag around an upward trend as was the case in the past couple of weeks; theprecious metalswill be directed by the changes in theforex, U.S. treasuries and American stock markets as indicated above.

For further reading:

Gold and Silver Prices Outlook for January 2012

Weekly Outlook for 9-13 January

Gold and Silver Prices Weekly Outlook for January 9-13

By: Lior Cohen, Energy Analyst for Trading NRG

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