Gold Sees Dovish Light in the Fed's Hawkish Darkness
Despite another hawkish FOMC meeting, gold rose again. Why? Because, as suggested by Powell, the pace of tightening is going to slow down.
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Does looking at these two eras help point investors in the right direction?
Gold Held Its Ground Despite the Exceptionally Hawkish FOMC
Last week, the Fed provided the steepest rate hike in three decades. Although it was an extremely hawkish move, gold prices… increased!
After Powell's Decision, the Outlook for Gold Remains Bearish
The FOMC's interest rate hike by 75 basis points to fight inflation became a fact. What do the Fed's hawkish actions and plans mean for the gold market?
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