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Gold and Silver weekly Update – w/e 29th December 2017

Gold and Silver weekly Update – w/e 29th December 2017

Today is Sunday 31st December 2017 and we are providing our gold and silver weekly update for the week ending 29th December
Gold rose $27 last week from $1,275 to $1,302 having hit a high of $1,307 and a low of $1,273 In sterling terms gold finished the week at £964 that’s up £9, and in Euros it closed at 1,085 Euros that’s up 10 Euros on the week.

Silver rose 57 cents from $16.38 to $16.95 having hit a high of $17.10 and a low of $16.33. In sterling terms it closed at £12.54 that’s up 29 pence for the week and in Euros it closed at 14.12 euros that’s up 0.33 euros.

The Gold to Silver Ratio fell from 77.84:1 to 76.81:1

The Dow Jones closed on Friday at 24,719 down 118 points on the day and down 35 points on the week, and the NASDAQ closed at 6,903 down 46 points on the day and down 56 points on the week.
Brent Crude rose $1.62 from $65.25 to $66.87 and US Light Crude rose $1.95 cents from $58.47 to $60.42

The dollar index stands at 92.12 down 1.14 on the week.

Last week, the weakness of the US dollar had a significant effect on gold and silver prices both of which maintained some strength throughout the week and reversed recent trends.

However what was noticeable was that silver failed to hold above the $17 resistance level whereas gold did managed to surpass its $1300 resistance and hold. As we stated last week, traditionally gold and silver prices begin to strengthen at the start of the year and we saw this begin last week. However that said, much of the gain was more to do with dollar weakness rather than a great desire for gold and silver acquisition. However, we can certainly expect slightly higher prices during January.

At the moment, bitcoin is the talk of the town and the Dow Index is attempting to breakthrough and hold above the 25,000 level which we believe will happen soon. On Wednesday we shall be publishing our Annual forecast for 2018.

Meanwhile we wish you all a most prosperous New Year.

We shall next week provide a comprehensive view as to where we see gold and silver prices heading in 2018 and meanwhile we wish all of our listeners and subscribers a very Merry Christmas and Prosperous 2018.

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