The Federal Reserve | CMI Gold & Silver - Part 2
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Category: The Federal Reserve

Gold on the march

Record-breaking central bank and ETF buying boosted 2019’s first half demand to a three-year high, according to the World Gold Council.  Also contributing to demand was a more positive environment for Indian consumers, which have always been big jewelry buyers.

Europe’s woes put pressure on gold

Because of Germany’s weakening export driven economy and because German bonds are preferred by the European Central Bank, yields on the country’s 10-year bonds are negative.  Consequently, European bond investors, primarily made up of  banks and insurers that depend on income, have turned to US Treasuries.  Upward pressure on the dollar means downward pressure on