Last quote by Georgette Boele
The dollar is trying to move higher and emerging markets currencies are very sensitive to 10-year U.S. Treasury yields - if you have a sharp rise in 10-year yields you see quite a sell off in emerging markets.
Feb 27 2017
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Quotes by Georgette Boele
Jun 09 2016
Gold is a bit lower as the dollar is doing (better), especially versus the euro. We need to get the FOMC meeting behind us. I think afterwards markets will further price out the Fed, meaning gold and precious metals will go higher.
May 23 2016
The comments from Yellen will absolutely be a test for the dollar and consequently for gold.
May 23 2016
The Fed minutes were clearly more hawkish than expected and this has resulted in some change in sentiment and there is now an increased likelihood that they may raise rates in June or July.
Mar 18 2016
The longer-term picture has changed for the dollar. We think the multi-year bull trend of the dollar has come to an end. So if the range in euro/dollar is broken, it will likely be on the dollar weakness side, in our view.
Feb 25 2016
The technical picture seems a bit changed and at the same time we don't expect rate hikes from the Fed anymore ... we expect gold to reach $1,300 by the end of the year.
Feb 01 2016
In the longer term, we still expect the dollar will go higher ... and we still have three (U.S. interest rate) hikes in our scenario, but there is uncertainty around that ... and gold has benefited.
Jan 08 2016
(These are) very strong numbers, good for the U.S. dollar. The U.S. dollar is the most important negative driver for gold prices, so this will add pressure.
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