Price of gold edging higher in the New Year beginning

There has been a massive confusion into mind of gold investors in the last year as the price of yellow metal sank into the market due to the intense heat of the green bucks. Most of the gold investors were overly cautious about the gold price since it was breaking critical support level one after another. The price of gold is measured in the dollar so a slight variation in the value of the green bucks significantly impacts the gold market in the global community. The U.S dollar gained its first bullish momentum in the market on 8th November during the U.s presidential election held on 2016.Mr. Trump becomes the newly elected president and gave the dollar its first strongest boost in the year by stating that they are going to increase the fiscal spending and going to inaugurate tax cut policy in the near future. Such an optimistic statement from the newly elected president created extensive positive consumer sentiment and push the green bucks higher in the global market. On that event the price of gold sharply dropped in the market as the weight of the green bucks was significantly heavy in the global world.

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Dollar slips in last Friday’s trading session yet holds the ground firmly

There has been a massive chaos in the global market from the very beginning of the year 2916.Most of the professional traders were cautiously waiting for the rate hike decision from the FED from the very beginning of the year 2016.The performance of the U.S economy was significantly good in the last two couple of months and this helped the FED to hike their interest rate in their last FOMC meeting minutes. The dollar started to gain its strength in the global market after the U.S presidential election which held on 8th November 2016.The dollar gained a significant amount of strength in the global market after U.S president Mr. Trump stated that the U.S government will increase the fiscal spending and they will also work with the current tax conditions of the U.S citizen. Read more