Overnight Buying From Japan Boosts Gold

The Market Gage - Dillon Gage's Precious Metals Newsletter

Good morning from the IPMI conference in Phoenix, Arizona, where hundreds of traders and dealers from around the world exchange ideas in the Precious Metals markets. You can see the hotel lobby fill up with it all the traders and dealers every hour on the hour for meetings. Companies are here trying to establish new relationships, rekindle old ones and exchange ideas in technology.

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At the time of this report we view gold up $ 12.00 on overnight buying from Japan. Precious metals activity out of China, I’m told, is very quiet as Chinese firms look to trade other products with better returns.

Also supporting the rally in gold this morning are a weaker dollar index and lower oil prices.

CME Future Rate hike figures this morning are a 2 percent probability for a hike for June, a 23 percent probability for July, and a 33 percent probability for September.

Have a wonderful Monday.

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