CPM Trade Signal - June 6, 2023
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Prices as of 12:08 p.m. EST 6 June 2023 $1,979.30 (Basis the August 2023 Comex contract).
Initial Target Price / Range: $1,950
Initial Timeframe: 6 June 2023 to 20 June 2023
Gold prices recovered following an intraday low of $1,949.60 touched at the end of May. Prices rallied to reach an intraday high of $2,000.70 the following trading day, 1 June. Mixed economic data and sharply changing sentiment toward financial markets and economic conditions are influencing gold prices movements. In addition, increased movement in the U.S. dollar also is pushing and pulling at gold prices.
Gold has entered a seasonally weak period for demand and it may not be much longer that gold prices hold up at current levels. It would not be surprising to see prices test $1,950 or possibly lower levels in the weeks ahead. Federal Reserve officials have stated that the Fed may leave interest rates unchanged at their next meeting in mid-June, but still relatively high inflation and recent better than expected employment figures for the U.S. is leaving room open for further rate increases beyond June.
CPM has one-month, three-month ranges and eight-quarter quarterly price projections with greater discussion of the factors behind CPM’s analyses provided in CPM’s monthly subscription service, the Precious Metals Advisory.
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