Gold hit six week low market focus shifted to the U.S. non farm payrolls data

Gold hit a six week low of the market focus shifted to the U.S. payrolls data hot column capital flows thousands thousands of stocks the latest Rating Rating diagnosis simulated trading client Sina fund exposure table: the letter Phi lag of false propaganda, long-term performance is lower than similar products, to buy the fund by the pit how to do? Click [I want to complain], Sina help you expose them! The Reuters reported Tuesday, gold hit six week low, after the U.S. Federal Reserve Board (FED fed) official interest rates: hawkish remarks, boost the dollar, the market focus shifted to the published later this week’s U.S. payrolls data, looking for clues to further Shengxi pace. Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board said on Friday that the reasons for raising interest rates before the end of the year more fully, although she did not give a clear time to raise interest rates. Fed vice chairman Fisher (Stanley Fischer) in an interview with Bloomberg Television on Tuesday that the U.S. job market is close to full employment status, the Fed’s rate hike will depend on the performance of the economy. U.S. consumer confidence rose to a 11 month high in August, the United States worried about raising interest rates this year, the U.S. stock market under pressure, the dollar index rose by 0.5%. Spot gold hit a low of $1311.65 since July 21st. 1849 GMT, down 0.8%, at $1312.71. U.S. December gold futures fell 0.8% to $1316.5 per ounce. U.S. payrolls data released on Friday will be seen as a key indicator of U.S. job market dynamics. Analysts polled by Reuters expect nonfarm payrolls to grow by 180 thousand in August, worse than expected in July, an increase of 255 thousand. "It seems that in August non farm payrolls will increase, this should mean that the market will resume on September is expected to raise interest rates, the federal funds futures trend shows that this is unlikely, or is a bit more practical, in December to raise interest rates," Mitsubishi analyst Jonathan Butler said. "This may weigh on gold." Spot silver fell 1.3%, at $18.59 an ounce, hitting a low of $two on the day of $18.36. Spot platinum fell 2.1%, to $1050.99 an ounce, the lowest since July 5th. Spot palladium fell 3.2%, to $673.72 an ounce, the lowest since July 25th. Enter the Sina financial stocks] discussion相关的主题文章: