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News and Pivot 30th December 2015

Gold little changed after U.S. consumer confidence report

 Gold prices were little changed on Tuesday, as price moves were muted amid light trading volume during a holiday-shortened week.

Gold for February delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange tacked on 70 cents, or 0.07%, to trade at $1,069.00 a troy ounce during U.S. morning hours. A day earlier, gold dipped $7.60, or 0.71%. The Conference Board said its index of consumer confidence rose to 96.5 this month from a reading of 92.6 in November, whose figure was revised from a previously reported 90.4. Analysts expected the index to rise to 93.8 in December.

Crude oil prices drop more than 1 percent as weak outlook prevails

 Crude oil futures fell around half a dollar early on Wednesday as the market remained under pressure from slowing demand and high supplies, while forecasts that a cold snap in Europe and the United States would be short-lived also hurt prices.

Crude prices have plunged by two-thirds since mid-2014 as soaring output from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Russia and the United States led to a global surplus of between half a million and 2 million barrels per day.

More recently, a slowing demand outlook, especially in Asia but also Europe, has started dragging on prices.

Front-month U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures (CLc1) were trading at $37.18 per barrel at 0140 GMT, down 69 cents or 1.82 percent from their last settlement. Brent futures (LCOc1) were down 47 cents, or 1.24 percent, to $37.32 a barrel.

Traders said the price falls were largely a result of a weak outlook for next year and the closing of 2015 trade books.

 

Daily Pivot Points In Dollars

Contract

S3

S2

S1

Pivot

R1

R2

R3

Gold

1057.4

1062.0

1065.3

1069.9

1073.2

1077.8

1081.1

Silver

13.720

13.810

13.875

13.965

14.030

14.120

14.185

Crude Oil

35.40

36.03

36.68

37.31

37.96

38.59

39.24

Copper

2.0270

2.0535

2.0950

2.1215

2.1630

2.1895

2.2310

Platinum

866.2

873.3

881.4

888.5

896.6

903.7

911.8

Heating Oil

1.0357

1.0606

1.0891

1.1140

1.1425

1.1674

1.1959

Cotton

63.33

63.58

63.74

63.99

64.15

64.40

64.56

Coffee

116.86

117.58

118.36

119.08

119.86

120.58

121.36

Cocoa

3150.00

3170.00

3182.00

3202.00

3214.00

3234.00

3246.00

Sugar

14.35

14.55

14.65

14.85

14.96

15.15

15.26

Soybean

849.62

855.37

860.37

866.12

871.12

876.87

881.87

Soybean Oil

29.88

30.12

30.45

30.69

31.02

31.26

31.5

Corn

353.29

355.21

359.04

360.96

364.79

366.71

370.

Wheat

460.71

464.04

469.96

473.29

479.21

482.54

488.46

Natural Gas

2.125

2.191

2.254

2.320

2.383

2.449

2.512

US Index

97.32

97.58

97.95

98.21

98.57

98.84

99.20


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