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Tether Introduces Gold-Backed Stablecoin Alloy

Tether Introduces Gold-Backed Stablecoin Alloy

Postet: 18.06.2024

Tether has launched Alloy, a gold-backed stablecoin developed by Moon Gold NA and Moon Gold El Salvador. This new digital asset combines the stability of gold with the convenience of digital currency, marking a significant step in asset-backed cryptocurrencies. Alloy aims to provide a secure, stable investment option amidst growing distrust in traditional financial systems and volatility in the cryptocurrency market, appealing to both traditional investors and crypto enthusiasts.


A Deep Dive into Physically-Backed Gold ETFs and Their Market Impact

A Deep Dive into Physically-Backed Gold ETFs and Their Market Impact

Postet: 18.06.2024

Physically-backed gold ETFs are a significant source of gold demand, utilized by both institutional and individual investors for diversification. Covering over 100 such ETFs globally, our comprehensive data set provides detailed analysis of regional and fund-specific demand in tonnes and USD flows over various periods. More details on the data set's production can be found in our methodology note.


US Crude Oil Holds Strong Above $80 Despite Mixed Data

US Crude Oil Holds Strong Above $80 Despite Mixed Data

Postet: 18.06.2024

U.S. crude oil prices remained above $80 per barrel on Tuesday, continuing strong gains from Monday despite mixed economic data from China. West Texas Intermediate futures rose over 2% on Monday, driven by higher-than-expected retail sales in China, though industrial output and investment fell short. Analysts attribute the recent rally to speculators covering short positions and expect market tightening in the third quarter due to summer fuel demand.


Retail Sales Edge Up 0.1% in May, Falling Short of Forecasts

Retail Sales Edge Up 0.1% in May, Falling Short of Forecasts

Postet: 18.06.2024

US retail sales rose by 0.1% in May, missing expectations due to lower gasoline prices affecting service station receipts. This follows a revised 0.2% drop in April. Economists had forecast a 0.3% increase. The trend shows slowing sales growth as households focus on essentials amid higher prices and interest rates. Banks are tightening credit access, and while the labor market is still strong, job seekers are finding it harder to secure new positions quickly, and wage growth is slowing.


Falling Retail Sales Drive Treasury Yields Down, September Rate Cut Likely

Falling Retail Sales Drive Treasury Yields Down, September Rate Cut Likely

Postet: 18.06.2024

Treasury yields fell following weaker-than-expected US retail sales data, increasing expectations for Federal Reserve interest rate cuts this year. The two-year note's yield dropped by up to 6 basis points to 4.70%. Market odds of a rate cut by September rose to 68%, with a full cut anticipated by November. The weak retail sales and revised April figures indicate consumer fatigue, supporting recent Treasury rallies. Goldman Sachs' Lindsay Rosner noted that consumer spending may be slowing, suggesting potential rate cuts in September.


Central Bankers Plan Record Increase in Gold Reserves, Survey Finds

Central Bankers Plan Record Increase in Gold Reserves, Survey Finds

Postet: 18.06.2024

A record percentage of central bankers plan to increase their gold holdings, according to the World Gold Council's annual survey. The survey, which included 70 central bankers, revealed that 29% intend to boost their gold reserves in the next year, the highest level since 2018. This trend follows significant gold purchases in the past two years, driven by strategic rebalancing and financial market concerns. Additionally, nearly two-thirds of respondents expect the US dollar's share of global reserves to decline over the next five years.


Global Central Banks Favor Gold Over Dollar, Expecting Increased Reserves

Global Central Banks Favor Gold Over Dollar, Expecting Increased Reserves

Postet: 18.06.2024

Central banks worldwide are expected to increase their gold reserves this year amid growing pessimism about the US dollar, according to a World Gold Council report. Over 80% of surveyed reserve managers anticipate higher global gold holdings, with nearly 30% planning to add to their reserves. The shift is driven by economic and political uncertainties and the desire to mitigate risks. The US dollar's decline in favor is due to concerns over its use in geopolitical conflicts and domestic issues.


Silver Rally Stalls Amid Speculative Overload: What’s Next?

Silver Rally Stalls Amid Speculative Overload: What’s Next?

Postet: 17.06.2024

The big silver rally of 2024 stalled as an overwhelming number of speculators took long positions, creating a consensus trade that the market did not reward. Despite the recent pause, silver is expected to reach $50 eventually. Historical analysis, such as the 2011 rally, shows that sustainable price increases occur without heavy speculative participation. The current decline in speculator interest is a positive sign for future silver price rallies.


Forex Reserves Surge to $655.8 Billion, Boosted by Rising Gold and Foreign Assets

Forex Reserves Surge to $655.8 Billion, Boosted by Rising Gold and Foreign Assets

Postet: 17.06.2024

India's forex reserves reached a record high of $655.8 billion on June 7, with a $4.307 billion increase from the previous week. This growth includes a rise in gold reserves to $57 billion and foreign currency assets to $576.3 billion. Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) also increased to $18.2 billion. The reserves, crucial for economic stability, have seen significant growth recently.


Energy Prices Climb Following Strong Week for Oil

Energy Prices Climb Following Strong Week for Oil

Postet: 17.06.2024

Oil prices rose on Monday, following their best week since April, as traders analyzed mixed economic data from China. U.S. crude and Brent oil closed last week nearly 4% higher, with analysts predicting a tightening market in the third quarter due to increased summer fuel demand. RBC's Helima Croft expects oil inventories to fall by 850,000 barrels per day. Current energy prices show gains for West Texas Intermediate, Brent, and RBOB gasoline, while natural gas saw a slight decline.


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