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Why gold remains unstable: Ole Hansen
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Video / 08 April 2016 at 13:06 GMT

Why gold remains unstable: Ole Hansen

Ole Hansen
Saxo Bank’s head of commodity strategy Ole Hansen talks us through the positives and negatives of trading gold now and in the weeks and months ahead.

One main reason that the price of the precious metal could rise is the fact that an Increasing amount of sovereign of debt is trading at negative yields, forcing money managers to look for alternatives. 

Hansen also says that gold prices could fall if the US economy improves because this would mean more interest rate rises being priced in, thus making the yellow metal a less attractive asset. He sees key levels as $1,255/oz to the upside and $1,205/oz to the downside.  
3y
John Roberti John Roberti
dear Ole, You clearly indicated two days ago that oil prices should decline. in fact, yesterday both WTI and Brent went down by 2 dollars to go back up during the night and again up this morning by another 1,50! What do you think of oil now and why this strong jump up? there has been no news on oil after the data from EIA? your opinion would be appreciated
3y
Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
Hedge funds increased short positions as of last Tuesday by 35%. This was just before the surprise drop in US inventories last Wednesday. The combination of these two and the fact that the prompt contango in Brent crude briefly disappeared on Friday helped trigger this dramatic rally into the weekend. The range remains between 35 and 45 in my opinion with the two key events this week being the inventory report on Wednesday followed by the Doha meeting on Sunday.

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