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Gold futures: What to expect Wednesday
June 5, 2013
7:34 am
Harrey Martin
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“Except for Germany and to some extent France, I do not think that other PMI data releases hold any hope for investors. Chances are more that German PMI may register a figure above 50 even as France may linger behind levels immediately below 50,” said Martin Patrick, an economist from South India.

Let us be clear on this from the onset. Today is an important day as far as futures in gold is concerned. Now, you may ask which is the day that one can deem not important? It all depends on data releases, you know.

Today, one may expect the service sector PMI of mature economies in Eurozone. In mature economies, service sector account for a huge share of GDP and respective robust PMI readings are a mark of service sector expansion. Germany, France, Italy and Spain are all scheduled to come out with their service sector PMIs today.

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August 27, 2013
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Today gold future is very high and rate of gold is growing up very high and market value also increasing. Investors in gold watching every moment of share market and they are waiting for correct time which time gold rate up and down. However, gold ran out of steam in 2012, and has suffered some sharp reversals in 2013. A significant factor in this year’s declines has been the withdrawal of assets from exchange-traded products When one private investor sells an exchange-traded commodity (ETC) to another, the physical gold that backs it remains in the vault. I think that presently gold future is very high and rush of investor increasing day by day.

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