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Gold sensitive to Powell's comments, but still has a shot above $2,000 Credit Suisse | Kitco News

Rises in Treasury yields and renewed fears of inflation have raised concerns about how the Fed may react to these events.Rises in Treasury yields and renewed fears of inflation have raised concerns about how the Fed may react to these events.

Spot silver prices (XAG/USD) has recently pushed to session highs in the $27.70s, having previously remained supported above the $27.30 mark for most Spot silver prices (XAG/USD) has recently pushed to session highs in the $27.70s, having previously remained supported above the $27.30 mark for most

Silver bulls eye move back towards $28.00 level ahead of Powell on Wednesday

Powell says economy "is a long way" from Fed's goals and central bank will keep key rate near zero, maintain bond purchases at current levels.Powell says economy "is a long way" from Fed's goals and central bank will keep key rate near zero, maintain bond purchases at current levels.

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World shares struggled on Tuesday as a rally in commodity-related assets gave in to pressure on heavily weighed tech stocks and investors awaited reassurance from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on the path for monetary policy in United States.World shares struggled on Tuesday as a rally in commodity-related assets gave in to pressure on heavily weighed tech stocks and investors awaited reassurance from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on the path for monetary policy in United States.

Stocks struggle as tech slide erases commodities surge | Reuters

Today on TAP: Fed chair Jerome Powell boosts the Biden planToday on TAP: Fed chair Jerome Powell boosts the Biden plan

Oh, No! A Robust Recovery - The American Prospect

Oh, No! A Robust Recovery

Recovery remains 'uneven and far from complete'

Fed chair Jerome Powell stresses support for America's economy needed for 'some time' | Financial Post

Fed chair Jerome Powell stresses support for America's economy needed for 'some time' | Financial Post

S&P 500 Breaks Down Support, Will Fed's Powell Address Bond Sell Off?S&P 500 Breaks Down Support, Will Fed's Powell Address Bond Sell Off?

S&P 500 Breaks Down Support, Will Fed's Powell Address Bond Sell Off?

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Forex news from the European trading session - 23 February 2021 Headlines: Markets: - GBP leads, CHF lags on the day - European equities lower; S&P 500 futures -0.4%, Nasdaq futures -1.4% By Justin LowForex news from the European trading session - 23 February 2021 Headlines: Markets: - GBP leads, CHF lags on the day - European equities lower; S&P 500 futures -0.4%, Nasdaq futures -1.4%

ForexLive European FX news wrap: Dollar steadies, stocks fall ahead of Powell

Stocks lose ground, with tech shares continuing to lead the way down, as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warns the economic recovery remains uneven...Stocks lose ground, with tech shares continuing to lead the way down, as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warns the economic recovery remains uneven...

Stocks pare drop but hold lower as Fed’s Powell calls economic recovery ‘far from complete’ - MarketWatch

The Nasdaq index fell more than 2% on Tuesday as investors sold off mega-cap growth stocks on valuation concerns, while keeping a close eye on Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's testimony in Congress. Shares of Netflix Inc, Alphabet Inc, Microsoft Corp, Amazon.com Inc and Apple Inc slipped between 1.5% and 3.5% in early trading.The Nasdaq index fell more than 2% on Tuesday as investors sold off mega-cap growth stocks on valuation concerns, while keeping a close eye on Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's testimony in Congress. Shares of Netflix Inc, Alphabet Inc, Microsoft Corp, Amazon.com Inc and Apple Inc slipped between 1.5% and 3.5% in early trading.

Slide in growth stocks pummel Nasdaq, Powell testimony underway

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell can expect pressure to support the stimulus plan of Democratic lawmakers when they host him this week on Capitol Hill for the first time since regaining control of Congress.

Powell to face lawmakers over stimulus this week - BNN Bloomberg

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(Bloomberg) -- As bond yields rise and fall past certain levels, there are episodes of highly technical yet increasingly familiar flows that can accelerate moves in either direction.Never Mind Yield Curves, What’s Negative Convexity?

Never Mind Yield Curves, What’s Negative Convexity?

Tetra Images via Getty The yield on the 10-year Treasury note was nearning 1.374%, which would mark the highest level since February 2020.&nb...The 10-year Treasury yield is closing in on its highest level in a year as investors foresee inflation picking up as the economy recovers.

10-year Treasury yield nears highest in a year as recovery prospects strengthen | Markets Insider

The dollar nursed losses near a six-week low on Tuesday while commodity currencies loitered around multi-year highs.The dollar nursed losses near a six-week low on Tuesday while commodity currencies loitered around multi-year highs.

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(Bloomberg) -- Platinum headed for the biggest decline in five weeks, extending a decline from a six-year high reached earlier this month. Palladium also fell.Spot platinum slid 3.7% to $1,228.29 an ounce at 10:27 a.m. in New York as the dollar swung between gains and losses and stocks declined on worries that economic recovery prospects are already priced in. A close at the price would mark the biggest drop since Jan. 15.Platinum rallied to a six-year high earlier this month on bets that a recovery in industrial demand and stricter emissions rules will tighten supply of the metal used to curb pollution from cars and trucks. Prices fell on Tuesday along with base metals as investors assessed the demand outlook. “Base metals trading not far from today’s lows is impacting sentiment in PGMs, especially for platinum where investors have gotten long,” said Tai Wong, head of metals derivatives trading at BMO Capital Markets.Gold steadied after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell signaled that the central bank was nowhere close to pulling back on its support for the pandemic-damaged U.S. economy even as he voiced expectations for a return to more normal, improved activity later this year. Powell’s semi-annual report at the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday and Wednesday at the House Financial Services panel will be monitored for further policy guidance and his assessment of the recovery.Bullion has rebounded from a decline last week as traders refocus on rising inflation expectations and the potentially massive economic stimulus. Holdings in bullion-backed exchange-traded funds have seen steady outflows, with SPDR Gold Shares, the largest ETF, on Monday registering the biggest drop since November.Spot gold was little changed at $1,808.26 an ounce. Palladium fell as much as 0.9%, and silver was also down. and palladium also fell.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.(Bloomberg) -- Platinum headed for the biggest decline in five weeks, extending a decline from a six-year high reached earlier this month. Palladium also fell.Spot platinum slid 3.7% to $1,228.29 an ounce at 10:27 a.m. in New York as the dollar swung between gains and losses and stocks declined on worries that economic recovery prospects are already priced in. A close at the price would mark the biggest drop since Jan. 15.Platinum rallied to a six-year high earlier this month on bets that a recovery in industrial demand and stricter emissions rules will tighten supply of the metal used to curb pollution from cars and trucks. Prices fell on Tuesday along with base metals as investors assessed the demand outlook. “Base metals trading not far from today’s lows is impacting sentiment in PGMs, especially for platinum where investors have gotten long,” said Tai Wong, head of metals derivatives trading at BMO Capital Markets.Gold steadied after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell signaled that the central bank was nowhere close to pulling back on its support for the pandemic-damaged U.S. economy even as he voiced expectations for a return to more normal, improved activity later this year. Powell’s semi-annual report at the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday and Wednesday at the House Financial Services panel will be monitored for further policy guidance and his assessment of the recovery.Bullion has rebounded from a decline last week as traders refocus on rising inflation expectations and the potentially massive economic stimulus. Holdings in bullion-backed exchange-traded funds have seen steady outflows, with SPDR Gold Shares, the largest ETF, on Monday registering the biggest drop since November.Spot gold was little changed at $1,808.26 an ounce. Palladium fell as much as 0.9%, and silver was also down. and palladium also fell.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

Platinum Heads for Biggest Loss in Five Weeks; Palladium Slips

The EUR/USD is rising for the fourth consecutive day ahead of important testimony by Jerome Powell and the EU consumer inflation data.The EUR/USD is rising for the fourth consecutive day ahead of important testimony by Jerome Powell and the EU consumer inflation data.

EUR/USD Forex Signal: Bullish Trend Ahead of Fed Testimony

Bitcoin prices slumped to a 12-day low on Tuesday, but the Federal Reserve may help stem further losses with a pledge to keep rates low.Bitcoin prices slumped to a 12-day low on Tuesday, but the Federal Reserve may help stem further losses with a pledge to keep rates low.

Fed's Powell Offers Bitcoin Bulls Glimmer of Hope as Price Drops to $45K - CoinDesk

Dollar consolidates above 6-week low ahead of Jerome Powell's testimonyDollar consolidates above 6-week low ahead of Jerome Powell's testimony

Dollar consolidates above 6-week low ahead of Jerome Powell's testimony

Growing confidence in the global recovery, especially in the US, is leading to speculation over when the Fed might take its foot off the accelerator and buy…Growing confidence in the global recovery, especially in the US, is leading to speculation over when the Fed might take its foot off the accelerator and buy…

Timing the Tantrum: The market implications of a big Treasury sell-off | Article | ING Think

The rise in inflation expectations as investors bet on a post-pandemic economic rebound and the so-called 'reflation' trade had lifted US government bond yields and — briefly — the dollar until earlier this monthThe rise in inflation expectations as investors bet on a post-pandemic economic rebound and the so-called 'reflation' trade had lifted US government bond yields and — briefly — the dollar until earlier this month

US dollar hits 6-week low as traders prepare for Powell's testimony

The official rate stood at 6.3 percent in January, but using an expanded metric, Fed and Treasury officials say it’s closer to 10 percent.The official rate stood at 6.3 percent in January, but using an expanded metric, Fed and Treasury officials say it’s closer to 10 percent.

Recovery for the world’s largest economy remains ‘uneven and far from complete’, Fed’s Jerome Powell tells Congress.Recovery for the world’s largest economy remains ‘uneven and far from complete’, Fed’s Jerome Powell tells Congress.

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Spot gold declined 0.2% to $1 806.44 an ounce by 10:20 a.m. in London, after rising 1.9% over two days.Spot gold declined 0.2% to $1 806.44 an ounce by 10:20 a.m. in London, after rising 1.9% over two days.

Gold eases after sharp gain with Powell’s testimony in focus - Moneyweb

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U.S. equity markets were lower Tuesday with Big Tech under pressure for a second straight session as traders grapple with the possibility of looming inflation as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell readies for two days of Congressional testimony.U.S. equity markets were lower Tuesday with Big Tech under pressure for a second straight session as traders grapple with the possibility of looming inflation as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell readies for two days of Congressional testimony.

The cost of borrowing money is again turning positive.The cost of borrowing money is again turning positive.

The cost of money has been rising significantly - Axios

As Congressional leaders focus on another stimulus package, Powell will outline his own diagnosis of the economy, emphasizing how far the labor market still has to go before it returns to pre-pandemic strength.As Congressional leaders focus on another stimulus package, Powell will outline his own diagnosis of the economy, emphasizing how far the labor market still has to go before it returns to pre-pandemic strength.

Powell to lawmakers: Economic recovery still has a long way to go - The Washington Post

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The Biden administration and Federal Reserve officials are seeking to keep inflation fears in check amid a sprint to approve nearly $2 trillion in coronavirus relief and economic aid.The Biden administration and Federal Reserve officials are seeking to keep inflation fears in check amid a sprint to approve nearly $2 trillion in coronavirus relief and economic aid.

Inflation concerns put Biden, Fed on defensive | TheHill

The Biden administration and Federal Reserve officials are seeking to keep inflation fears in check amid a sprint to approve nearly $2 trillion in coronavirus relief and economic aid.The Biden administration and Federal Reserve officials are seeking to keep inflation fears in check amid a sprint to approve nearly $2 trillion in coronavirus relief and economic aid.

Inflation concerns put Biden, Fed on defensive | TheHill