Yesterday the gold price passed the USD 1,800 level for the first time since 2012. The price has been rising quietly but steadily this year, with only a minor setback in March. It has gained close to 20% year-to-date, making it one of the world’s best investments for the 2020.
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WHAT’S NEW - First record: the Citi economic surprise index for the United States reached an all-time high. What does this mean? Economic data out of the United States have surprised positively versus market expectations.
WHAT’S NEW - The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) concluded its June meeting yesterday. Analysts were expecting few major changes, but were looking for signals on the Fed's thinking regarding future implementation of state based forward guidance (e.g., pledging to not raise rates until the economy hits certain benchmarks) or on using its purchasing power to cap yields.
WHAT’S NEW - Yesterday, the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) officially declared that the longest US economic expansion (128 months) ended in February 2020. A new business cycle begins, and today we look into a key driver, the housing market.