10th November, 2017

Daily Market Rates

India A.M. (10-11-17)

999 Gold - Rs. 29,655/-
995 Gold - Rs. 29,505/-
916 Gold - Rs. 27,164/-
750 Gold - Rs. 22,241/-
585 Gold - Rs. 17,348/-
999 Silver - Rs. 39,435/-





India P.M. (9-11-17)

999 Gold - Rs. 29,630/-
995 Gold - Rs. 29,480/-
916 Gold - Rs. 27,141/-
750 Gold - Rs. 22,221/-
585 Gold - Rs. 17,334/-
999 Silver - Rs. 39,575/-

Friday, November 10

The RBA is to publish its monetary policy statement.
The UK is to report on manufacturing output and the trade balance.
The U.S. is to round up the week with preliminary data on consumer sentiment.

Daily Gold Market Report

Gold keeps its positive stability – Analysis - 10-11-2017
Gold price keeps its stability above 1281.17 level, to keep the positive effect of the double bottom pattern active, noting that the full target of this pattern is located at 1299.20, while breaching this level represents the key to rally towards 1321.49 direct. Therefore, we will keep our bullish overview in the upcoming sessions supported by the EMA50, taking into consideration that breaking 1281.17 will stop the suggested rise and push the price to decline again. Expected trading range for today is between 1275.00 support and 1300.00 resistance. Expected trend for today: Bullish

Daily Silver Market Report

Silver around the moving average – Analysis - 10-11-2017
Silver price continues to provide weak trading and settles around the EMA50, thus, the bullish trend scenario will remain valid as it is without any chane for the upcoming period, depending on stability above 16.56 level, reminding you that our positive targets begin at 17.43 and extend to 18.30 after breaching the previous level. Expected trading range for today is between 16.90 support and 17.43 resistance. Expected trend for today: Overall Bullish

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Jewelers Are Still Struggling a Year After India’s Cash Ban

For jewelers in the world’s second-largest gold market, business is yet to recover from the slump that followed India’s decision to ban high-value currency notes a year ago. Ask Bachhraj Bamalwa, who has spent four decades in the industry. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi prepared to address the nation last November to announce demonetization, Bamalwa was busy wrapping up a quiet and uneventful day. Recovering from heart surgery, the 57-year-old father of two was home by the time the premier finished his speech.

Silver futures rise to Rs. 40,362 per kg

NEW DELHI, NOV 10: Tracking a firm trend overseas, silver prices gained Rs. 35 to Rs. 40,362 per kg at the futures trade today as traders built up fresh positions. At the Multi Commodity Exchange, silver for delivery in March gained Rs. 35 or 0.09 per cent to Rs. 40,362 per kg in a business turnover of six lots. The white metal for delivery in December too was trading higher by Rs. 13 or 0.03 per cent at Rs. 40,362 per kg in 132 lots.

A Rally in Commodities will Trigger the much Awaited Spark in Silver

While it is widely believed that commodities are one of the few “undervalued” sectors, sustained rallies have been hard to find over the past few years. Could all that be finally beginning to change? The key to any commodity rally is weakness in the US dollar. Most commodities trade in dollar terms so a rising dollar generally puts pressure on the sector. In contrast, a falling dollar is usually good for the sector. As you can see in the chart below, the general trend since 2015 has been a flat to falling US dollar as measures by the Dollar Index:

Silver prices edge up on better global cues, gold rates steady

New Delhi: Silver prices rose by Rs125 to Rs40,700 per kg at the bullion market on Thursday, backed by a firm trend overseas and increased offtake by industrial units. Gold, however, held steady at Rs30,450 per 10 grams in scattered deals.


Rs 87crore cash, 2000 kg gold, silver detected at airports post demonetisation

New Delhi: The Central Industrial Security Force(CISF) has detected 1491.50 kg of gold, 572.63 kg of silver, and currency notes worth Rs 87.17 crore at various airports in a year since demonetisation. The maximum amount of gold, silver and cash were recovered from Delhi, Jaipur and Mumbai airports respectively. Moreover, 498.35 kg of gold was recovered from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport alone.

Gold Rate Today: Gold down in morning trade, silver up

Gold was trading in red in morning trade on Friday on account of subdued demand of precious metal from jewellers, investors and retailers. MCX Gold futures were trading 0.29 per cent, or Rs 85, down at Rs 29,576 per 10 gram around 11 am (IST), while MCX Silver was up 0.03 per cent, or Rs 13, at Rs 39,654 per 1 kg at around the same time.

Gold holds near three-week high, set for weekly rise

BENGALURU, NOV 10: Gold inched up early Friday, holding near a three-week high amid uncertainty over US tax reforms, and was on track for its first weekly rise in a month. Spot gold was up 0.1 per cent at $1,286.30 per ounce at 0101 GMT. On Thursday, it had touched its highest since October 20 at $1,288.34 an ounce. The safe haven asset was up about 1.3 per cent for the week so far. US gold futures for December delivery were flat at $1,287.20. Palladium gained 0.2 per cent to $1,011.97 an ounce. It touched its highest since 2001 at $1,026.10 on Thursday.

Bitcoin Gold Sets Sunday Date for Cryptocurrency Release

In a new blog post, the developers behind the fork of the bitcoin blockchain said that they would release a formal software client for download at 7:00 PM UTC on Nov. 12. Originally set for a public launch on Nov. 1, the project is backed by LightningASIC, a seller of mining hardware based in Hong Kong, as well as a community of relatively unknown developers.

Gold futures down at Rs. 29,587 on weak global cues

NEW DELHI, NOV 10: Gold prices fell 0.25 per cent to Rs. 29,587 per 10 grams at the futures trade as participants cut down their bets due to a weak global trend.

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1,492 kg gold, 59 airports: Demonetisation kept CISF on toes

NEW DELHI: The highest instances of people trying to fly with gold in handbags was detected in Delhi in a year of demonetisation when the finance ministry had asked security agencies to keep a special watch on passengers with large quantities of precious metal or cash in their hand bags. In all, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) says it detected 1491.5 kg gold; 572.6 kg silver and Rs 87.2 crore in cash at various airports from November 8, 2016, (when demonetisation happened) to November 7, 2017. Delhi airport topped the list with 498.4 kg gold being detected, followed by 343 kg at Mumbai, 203.5 kg at Jaipur and 142 kg in Ahmedabad.

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