UAE: Gold costs drop; 24K opens at Dh240 per gram in Dubai – Information


Spot gold was down 0.35% per ounce at 9.50am UAE time.



Reuters file

Reuters file

Revealed: Thu 10 Mar 2022, 9:59 AM

Gold costs fell on Thursday, as US Treasury yields rose whereas buyers opted for riskier belongings amid a retreat in oil costs after the UAE mentioned it could assist improve oil manufacturing, making safe-haven bullion much less interesting.

Spot gold was down 0.35 per cent at $1,983.43 per ounce at 9.50 am UAE time. The costs had slumped one per cent earlier within the session.

Within the UAE, 24K was buying and selling at Dh240.0 per gram on the opening of the market on Thursday morning as in comparison with Dh248.75 on Wednesday morning, based on the Dubai Gold and Jewelry Group information.

The 24K worth recovered later yesterday and closed at Dh240.5 per gram. Among the many different variants of the dear steel, 22K opened at Dh225.5 per gram, 21K at Dh215.0 and 18K at Dh184.25.

UAE Vitality Minister Suhail Al Mazrouei mentioned on Twitter late on Wednesday his nation is dedicated to the present settlement by the Group of the Petroleum Exporting Nations and allies together with Russia, collectively referred to as Opec+, to ramp up oil provide by 400,000 barrels per day month-to-month following sharp cuts in 2020.

“The UAE believes within the worth Opec+ brings to the oil market,” he mentioned.

Naeem Aslam, chief market analyst at London-based AVA Commerce, mentioned given the circumstances, there are two important denominators for gold costs: the present geopolitical tensions and the US Federal Reserve’s financial coverage. “Merchants are extensively anticipating that the Fed will improve this month’s rate of interest. Nonetheless, the chances of the Fed elevating the rates of interest aggressively are out of the window now purely as a result of the Fed will quickly be going through one other main drawback: stagflation. This implies the percentages are stacked in favour of a better gold worth than the rest,” added Aslam.

waheedabbas@khaleejtimes.com



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