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Major precious metals reserech consultant firm GFMS said Gold's decade-long price rally could take the metal above $1,600 an ounce by the end of the year. GFMS also said world’s largest gold bar and coin consumer China could import more gold this year
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SILVER (55683) has breached the consolidation zone of 50k-55k for the first time in last 10 trading sessions. Silver holding up above 55000/54800 should traded with a positive bias. On the higher end the silver can test it’s previous pull-back level of 59k-60k.
(Dow Jones)--Global prices for oil, metals and other commodities will fall sharply in "months, or even weeks," but the risk of social unrest from elevated food prices remains a concern, Karim Masimov, prime minister of Kazakhstan said in an interview Friday. Speaking to Dow Jones Newswires as Kazakhstan's capital, Astana, which welcomed the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for its annual meeting, the prime minister said a commodity price correction would ease inflationary pressure on the economy. That would offset the short-term dent to revenues for Kazakhstan, which has huge reserves of oil, natural gas, copper, zinc and other metals. "It's actually good for Kazakhstan, as it stops us being complacent," the prime minister said, stressing that high commodity prices accelerate capital inflow, which in turn increases inflationary pressure. Masimov said he now expects the country to remain in "single-digit" inflation this year. Masimov warned that inflation, no
Gold rose 1.5 percent on Friday, its biggest daily gain in two weeks, on safe-haven buying as investors fretted about euro zone debt after Fitch cut Greece's credit ratings. Oil rose in thin, volatile trading on Friday, bouncing back from sharp mid-session losses as traders struggled to set a clear direction in a market buffeted by new euro zone concerns and mixed signals on demand. Copper closed the trading week on a stronger footing on Friday, touching its highest in more than two weeks as evidence of strengthening Chinese demand gave values a firm boost.
1- nickle sell in the range of 1108-1112 sl 1128 hit target 1090. 2- copper buy @ 400 sl @399 hit raget 402. all target hit enjoy trading 3-posstionaly alert below 52000 silver blodbathhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh call given 16/5/2011