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Today’s Gold Rate: Gold Price Under Pressure

Today’s Gold Rate: Gold Price Under Pressure

The upcoming US Federal Reserve meeting and speculations surrounding a potential 25 bps rate hike have significantly impacted today’s gold rate. As a result, the US dollar (USD) strengthened, leading to a one-week high and putting pressure on gold, silver, and other assets. In this article, we will delve into the price movements of gold in the domestic and international markets, examining the impacts of the Fed meeting and the current economic landscape.

Domestic Market: Gold Prices Open Lower on MCX

In the domestic market, the gold futures contract for August 2023 expiry on the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) faced a downward trajectory. The day started with gold prices opening lower at ₹59,241 per 10 gm levels. Within a few minutes of the commodity market’s opening bell, the yellow metal hit an intraday low of ₹59,055. Gold prices declined due to a stronger US dollar, leading investors to reevaluate their precious metals positions.

Investors eagerly await the US Federal Reserve’s meeting, anticipating a 25-basis points interest rate increase, closely monitoring the outcome. Higher interest rates may impact gold prices as a stronger USD attracts investors to dollar-denominated assets. Consequently, this puts downward pressure on commodities like gold and silver.

International Market: Gold Rebounds in Asian Trade

Today’s gold prices fluctuated during the early morning trade in various Asian markets. The precious metal initially hit an intraday low of $1,954 per ounce. However, as uncertainties prevailed due to the Fed meeting, gold recovered and reached an intraday high of $1,963. The international gold market has been relatively volatile due to ongoing concerns over global economic recovery and inflationary pressures.

In conclusion, today’s gold rate has been influenced by the anticipation surrounding the US Federal Reserve’s meeting and the possibility of a 25-bps rate hike. Gold and other precious metals faced downward pressure as the US dollar climbed to a one-week high. In the domestic market, gold prices opened lower on MCX but showed resilience amidst uncertainties. In the international market, gold rebounded during Asian trade but remains sensitive to global economic conditions and inflation concerns. Investors must stay updated on gold prices and market trends to make informed decisions about their gold investments.

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