क्रूड में हल्की बढ़त, सोने की चाल सुस्त

अंतरराष्ट्रीय बाजार में कच्चे तेल में थोड़ी खरीदारी देखने को मिल रही है। नायमैक्स पर डब्ल्यूटीआई क्रूड 0.25 फीसदी की बढ़त के साथ 57.6 डॉलर पर कारोबार कर रहा है। ब्रेंट क्रूड 0.1 फीसदी की मामूली बढ़त के साथ 62.5 डॉलर पर कारोबार कर रहा है।

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हालांकि सोने की चाल सुस्त नजर आ रही है। कॉमैक्स पर सोना 0.1 फीसदी की हल्की तेजी के साथ 1278.7 डॉलर पर कारोबार कर रहा है। चांदी की चाल भी सपाट है। कॉमैक्स पर चांदी का भाव 16.4 डॉलर के आसपास है।

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Commodity Market Trading – Global gold demand falls by 9% in third quarter

Global gold demand in Q3 2017 was 915 tonnes (t), a drop of 9 per cent compared with the same period in 2016, according to the World Gold Council’s latest Gold Demand Trends report. This decline was led by two key factors: a softer quarter in the jewellery sector and significantly lower inflows into exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

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Global jewellery demand was down 3 per cent year-on-year in Q3, as the newly introduced Goods & Services Tax and tighter anti-money laundering regulations around transactions in India deterred buyers.

While ETFs had another quarter of positive inflows, these fell far short of the remarkable 144t influx into the sector in Q3 2016. By contrast, demand from other sectors consolidated: central bank demand was healthy in Q3, up 25 per cent year-on-year to 111t, while bar and coin investment strengthened by 17 per cent to 222t, albeit from a low base.

A weak quarter in India was the main reason for the year-on-year decline in global demand, down from 495t in Q3 2016 to 479t in Q3 2017. Jewellery volumes continue to languish below longer-term average levels.

The new GST regime deterred consumers, as did new anti-money laundering regulations governing jewellery retail transactions.

Inflows into gold-backed ETFs stalled and holdings grew by just 19 tonnes. Investors continued to favour gold’s risk-hedging properties, but the greater focus was on buoyant stock markets.

 Gold bar and coin demand growth was driven in large part by China. Global investment in bars and coins rose by 17 per cent, from relatively weak year-earlier levels. Mainland investors in China bought on price dips, clocking up a fourth consecutive quarter of growth.

Central bank demand of 111t in Q3 was 25 per cent higher year-on-year. Russia and Turkey together added nearly 95t of gold to global official reserves.

Volumes of gold used in technology increased for the fourth consecutive quarter. Strong demand for LEDs and continued growth in the use of 3D sensors in new smartphones boosted demand by 2 per cent.

Alistair Hewitt, Head of Market Intelligence at the World Gold Council, commented: “It was a tough quarter for gold demand. India was coming to terms with GST and anti-money laundering regulations and, although we saw ETF inflows at 19t, they were significantly lower than last year. But there were some real bright spots: retail investment demand in China grew for the fourth consecutive quarter; the Turkish and Russian central banks added to gold reserves; and, after years of declines, we also saw increased use of gold in technology, supported by the demand for high-end smartphones.”

Total supply fell 2 per cent in Q3 2017. Mine production fell 1 per cent year-on-year in Q3, which was also the fifth consecutive quarter of net de-hedging. Recycling activity continued to normalise after jumping in 2016.

 

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Commodity Outlook on Gold Market

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Gold futures titled higher as the dollar index lost ground, following an array of data from the US, the world’s largest economy, and as the Jackson Hole Symposium in Kansas City proceeds into the second day, with eyes fixed on Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s and European Central Bank President Mario Draught’s speeches later today. Earlier US data showed durable goods order fell more than expected in July, while core orders, excluding transportation, accelerated beyond forecasts last month, as markets await Yellen’s speech on financial stability. Now markets look forward to the results of the Jackson Hole Symposium as it moves into its second day.. the Economic Symposium, held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is attended by central bankers, finance ministers, academics, and financial market participants from around the world. The meetings are closed to the press but officials usually talk with reporters throughout the day.

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Commodity Market Trading-Gold slides on weak global cues, waning demand

Gold prices eased by Rs 70 to Rs 29,350 per ten gram at the bullion market today owing to slackened demand from local jewellers and a weak trend overseas.

However, silver edged up by Rs 45 to Rs 38,370 per kg on scattered deals from industrial units and coin makers.

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Traders said apart from a weak trend overseas, easing demand from local jewellers and retailers, mainly led to decline in gold prices.

Globally, gold fell by 0.09 per cent to USD 1,257.30 an ounce in New York in yesterday’s trade.

Market remained closed yesterday on account of ‘Raksha Bandhan’.

In the national capital, gold of 99.9 per cent and 99.5 per cent purity fell by Rs 70 each to Rs 29,350 and Rs 29,200 per ten gram, respectively.

Sovereign, however, remained flat at Rs 24,500 per piece of eight gram.

On the other hand, silver ready inched up by Rs 45 to Rs 38,370 per kg, while weekly-based delivery eased by Rs 50 to Rs 37,210 per kg on lack of buying support from speculators.

Silver coins, however, remained unaltered at Rs 72,000 for buying and Rs 73,000 for selling of 100 pieces.

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Commodity Market Tips-Gold surges to Rs 29,310, silver down on low demand

Gold rallied by Rs 160 to trade at almost three-week high of Rs 29,310 per ten gram at the bullion market today on increased buying by local jewellers even as the metal lost sheen overseas.

However, silver fell by Rs 250 to Rs 39,100 per kg on lack of buying support from industrial units amid weak global cues.

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Traders attributed the rise in gold prices to pick-up in buying by local jewellers to meet ensuing festive season demand at domestic spot markets, though a weak trend overseas capped the rise.

Globally, gold fell 0.10 per cent to USD 1,253.30 an ounce and silver by 0.42 per cent to USD 16.43 an ounce in Singapore.

Globally, gold fell 0.10 per cent to USD 1,253.30 an ounce and silver by 0.42 per cent to USD 16.43 an ounce in Singapore.

In the national capital, gold of 99.9 per cent and 99.5 per cent purity shot up by Rs 160 each to Rs 29,310 and Rs 29,160 per ten gram respectively, a level last seen on July 4.

Sovereign, however, remained flat at Rs 24,400 per piece of eight grams.

On the other hand, silver ready slipped by Rs 250 to Rs 39,100 per kg and weekly-based delivery by Rs 40 to Rs 38,110 per kg.

Silver coins, however, spurted by Rs 1,000 to Rs 72,000 for buying and Rs 73,000 for selling of 100 pieces.

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