While gold performed well last week, it has since dropped below last week’s lows. On January 13, the price of gold was roughly $1,824. Over the next few days, it suddenly rose to $1,840, but by January 19, it dropped to $1,812. Gold, which again hit $1,848 on Jan. 20, pulled back a bit before returning to $1,852 on Jan. 25. It is currently changing hands at around $1,801. So what’s next? cryptocoin.com We are quoting the golden comments of the famous financial company Societe Generale…
Gold prices rise above $1,800 again: Will it continue?
The ounce price of gold, which fell back to around $ 1,789 with a loss of almost $ 60 from $ 1,848 levels last week, seems to have slightly exceeded $ 1,800 at the time of writing. The precious metal opened this morning at 1.790 levels. On January 26, US dollar and Treasury yields rose after Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell signaled a rate hike in March, while gold prices pushed losses to a one-week low.
That brought US 10-year yields closer to one-week highs, while the dollar rallied to its strongest level in more than a month. The inverse correlation between the dollar and gold is known to many. Meanwhile, the famous financial institution Societe Generale conveyed its comments on the year 2022. The bank, which has created three scenarios in total, thinks that the following developments will occur:
- First scenario: Societe Generale puts a 50 percent probability of this scenario, expecting gold prices to rise to $1,900 in the second quarter.
- Second scenario: In this scenario, which is given a 25 percent probability, he thinks that there may be a decline in gold prices with the spread of the vaccine and the relief of the economy. It is stated that gold prices may decline to $ 1,700 as a result of the decrease in risk aversion.
- Third scenario: The assumption that the central bank will keep interest rates low is the main factor in the last scenario where a 25 percent probability is given. In such a case, the bank predicts that gold could rise to $2,100.
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