Gold fell 1.5% this week, the Federal Reserve issued a policy statement next Wednesday – Sohu Financ rosstallanma

The price of gold fell 1.5% this week the Fed next Wednesday issued policy statement – Sohu financial Reuters reported Friday the price of gold fell to two week low, previously published data show that the United States last month, the consumer price index is higher than expected, helping to support the board of Governors of the Federal Reserve (FED Fed) likely later this year to raise interest rates, the yuan jumped. Inflation is a key factor in the Fed’s monetary policy. However, the Fed’s policy meeting next week to raise interest rates is still bleak prospects, Reuters survey of 100 economists expect the rate of increase in December was 70%. After the release of data, spot gold fell to the lowest since September 1st of $1306.26, 1831 GMT, down $0.4%, at $1308.33. U.S. December gold futures fell 0.6% to $1310.20. Gold fell 1.5% this week, is the first recorded weekly for three weeks to fall. "The U.S. consumer price index bullish on the dollar, push the gold price low," ThinkMarkets analyst Naeem Aslam said. Enough close to $1300 technical support level, if this level is broken, the gold is a bad signal." The dollar rose 0.8% against a basket of currencies. The United States and Japan’s central bank will hold a policy meeting on September 20-21. The Fed is expected to make a statement on Wednesday 1800GMT. Investment appetite is not strong, the world’s largest gold to support the listed trading fund SPDR Gold Shares holdings of gold on Thursday to reduce 3.3 tons. Platinum fell by up to 2.5%, to two month low of $1005, will decline for seventh consecutive weeks, for the first time in 2013. Palladium rose 2.4%, to $670.40, the price of silver fell 0.8% to $18.80.相关的主题文章:

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