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Consolidation Until Further Evidence Of Nature Of Fiscal Policy

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    Consolidation Until Further Evidence Of Nature Of Fiscal Policy

    Friday January 06, 2017 10:45

    (Kitco News) - The employment data was a non-event for the metals today, but the drop in factory orders, albeit a possible temporary event, created some modest buying in the complex. Gold is digesting the recent $40 pop from the December lows but is struggling to maintain momentum. We almost got to our target of $1,192 yesterday, but profit taking overnight ahead of this morning’s numbers created a modest pullback. The metals will be directly affected by dollar movement and the dollar may remain in a somewhat tighter range until there is more clarity on fiscal policy. Would look at the $1,165- $1,182 range until further clarity is provided. A break of either side will create momentum.

    By Peter Hug, Kitco Metals Global Trading Director; phug@kitco.com

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