Gold and Silver weekly Update – w/e 25th May 2018

Gold and Silver weekly Update – w/e 25th May 2018


Welcome to illuminati silver, we tell you
the truth about silver. Today is Sunday 27th May 2018 and we are providing
our gold and silver weekly update for the week ending 25th May.
Gold rose $9 last week from $1,292 to $1,301 having hit a high of $1,307 and a low of $1,282.
In sterling terms gold finished the week at £978 that’s up £19, and in Euros it closed
at 1,117 Euros that’s up 19 Euros on the week.
Silver rose 5 cents from $16.46 to $16.51 having hit a high of $16.71 and a low of $16.28.
In sterling terms, it closed at £12.41 that’s up 19 pence and in Euros it closed at 14.17
euros that’s up 0.19 euros. The Gold to Silver Ratio rose slightly from
78.49:1 to 78.80:1 The Dow Jones closed on Friday at 24,753 down
58 points on the day but up 38 points on the week; and the NASDAQ closed at 7,433 up 9
points on the day and up 79 points on the week.
Brent Crude fell $2.07 from $78.51 to $76.44 and US Light Crude fell $3.40 cents from $71.28
to $67.88 The dollar index stands at 94.25 that’s
up 0.62 on the week. Gold fell initially at the start of last week
by $10 on the first day. However, it maintained a slow and steady recovery with some turbulence
on Friday closing some $9 higher than its week start and $6 lower than its week’s
high. The Fed meeting minutes that showed that the
central bank will allow inflation to run above target and softer than expected US durable
goods orders helped U.S. yields to soften, paving the way for higher gold prices.
On the political front the potential cancellation of the meeting between President Trump and
Kim Jong-un also impacted prices to rise, but this may prove correcting should the meeting
be re-affirmed. Silver like gold fell sharply on Monday and
then vacillated during the course of the week. It seems to hit a mean average at or around
the $16.50 level but we still hold on to the view than the $16 level will break downwards
before June is out. Interest rates, the dollar value, and political considerations are most
likely to influence silver prices again this coming week.
Quite a few economic statistics are coming out in the next 7 days. The ones to watch
are: • Consumer confidence index due on Tuesday
• Consumer spending and core Inflation on Thursday
• Non-Farm payroll report, unemployment rate and Manufacturing PMI are all due to
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8 Comments

  1. Thank you, IS. Not sure if you're aware of this, but your audio is quite low, and has been for some time. You speak softly, so might want to consider bringing mic closer to you.

  2. The economy is beginning to soften. You can see it everywhere. The slowdown should pick-up momentum as the year progresses. Democrats sweep big time in November. This will rattle markets initially. Look for the Dems to slowly begin to roll-back Trump's tax cuts.

  3. Why does anyone even care what gold and silver prices are? Price is irrelevant. This is only a long term hold for when Fiat isn't worth the paper it's printed on. Which could be another decade away. Well, I guess, good luck in this perpetual mind [email protected]$ for those who believe in a honest money system.

  4. UR right watch the date coming out then do. the opposite because who can really trust these numbers issued by crooks

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