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Sunday, 15 July 2018

Capitalstars News Updates For MCXTips Traders.

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Gold prices slipped as the dollar gains amid a strong U.S. inflation report and continued trade war concerns were cited as tailwind for the greenback -   Gold on MCX settled down -0.14% at 30105 as the dollar rose due to easing trade tensions and weak demand for the precious metal due to expectations of higher interest rates in the United States. Tensions between the United States and China eased after U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Thursday talks between the world's two largest economies could be reopened if Beijing is willing to make significant changes. The Federal Reserve last month raised its benchmark overnight lending rate 25 basis points to 1.75-2.0 percent. Expectations are for another two rate rises this year and three in 2019. Investors retreating from gold can be seen in the largest gold-backed exchange-traded-fund (ETF), New York's SPDR Gold Trust GLD, which has seen its holdings fall more than 8 percent since late April to below 26 million ounces. 

Secondary lead smelters operate at higher levels in Jun on high profits - High profit margins kept secondary lead smelters in China operating at high levels in June, SMM research found. The operating rate at secondary lead smelters came in at 48.3% in June, up 6.62 percentage points from May, 2.34 percentage points higher from the same period last year, SMM data showed. Smelters produced 137,200 mt of secondary lead in June, up 18,800 mt from May. June saw healthy profit margins on high prices of lead and low prices of battery scrap. We expect output and operating rates to continue to increase in July as small or illegal smelters are likely to ramp up production after the central government’s environmental probes end. Production at some smelters with production permits is also likely to recover after limitations from the environmental probes ease.

Oil Prices Edge Lower; Trump-Putin Summit In Focus - Oil prices edged lower on Monday as traders awaited the outcome of the first offcial dialogue between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin summit in Helsinki later in the day."A summit between U.S. President Trump and Russian President Putin is being watched in case they say something about oil," said Kim Kwang-rae, commodity analyst at Samsung (KS:005930) Futures in Seoul. Trump has been vocal about his dissatisfaction with higher oil prices and has urged OPEC to lower prices earlier this month. Reports that the U.S. is considering to rein in prices by tapping into its emergency crude supplies were also cited as headwind for oil prices. The continued trade concerns between the U.S. and China remained in focus, as traders fear the development could threaten global demand.
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