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Commerzbank Remains Positive On Gold Despite Prices Hitting Eight-Week Low

Industry News 07:58:05AM May 30, 2016 Source:SMM

Friday May 27, 2016 11:37

(Kitco News) - While gold is on track to end its eighth consecutive session in negative territory as it falls to an eight-week low, one bank sees potential for still-lower prices in the near term but remains optimistic that prices will recover by the end of the year.

In the face of gold’s short-term downtrend, analysts at Commerzbank published a research note Friday, reiterating their call for gold prices to end the year at $1,250 an ounce.

June Comex gold futures last traded at $1,212.30 an ounce, down $8.10 on the day. Gold’s current losing streak is the longest since November.

While Asian demand hasn’t been supportive for the gold market, the Germany-based bank said that U.S. interest-rate expectations and the impact they have on the speculative gold market is the current dominant theme.

Source:Kitco

Commerzbank Remains Positive On Gold Despite Prices Hitting Eight-Week Low

Industry News 07:58:05AM May 30, 2016 Source:SMM

Friday May 27, 2016 11:37

(Kitco News) - While gold is on track to end its eighth consecutive session in negative territory as it falls to an eight-week low, one bank sees potential for still-lower prices in the near term but remains optimistic that prices will recover by the end of the year.

In the face of gold’s short-term downtrend, analysts at Commerzbank published a research note Friday, reiterating their call for gold prices to end the year at $1,250 an ounce.

June Comex gold futures last traded at $1,212.30 an ounce, down $8.10 on the day. Gold’s current losing streak is the longest since November.

While Asian demand hasn’t been supportive for the gold market, the Germany-based bank said that U.S. interest-rate expectations and the impact they have on the speculative gold market is the current dominant theme.

Source:Kitco