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MCX Gold, MCX Silver to witness short covering this week; MCX Crude Oil, MCX Copper bearish

1 Jul

Gold and silver on India’s Multi Commodities Exchange crashed to lower levels last week. Crude oil gained on high demand from investors while copper was still on the verge of a downfall.MCX Gold, MCX Silver, MCX Crude Oil, MCX Copper

Algorithmic trading with mechanical sell positions promoted steep fall in gold and silver prices. Persisting slow down in Chinese economy and sad state of affairs in European economy ensured the commodities remained in bearish zone. High demand from importers kept crude oil in positive territory.

MCX gold for August delivery may trade sideways to down this week. Short covering is expected at lower levels. Support: 24800, 24000; Resistance: 26300, 27100

MCX Gold traded in the range of 24830-27000 last week. The commodity remained in bearish territory as U.S gold crashed to $1183 per oz.

Release on U.S Nonfarm pay rolls, Weekly Jobless Claims, Trade Balance and Spending may put pressure on gold prices in the global markets.

MCX silver for September delivery may trade bearish this week. Sell on rise is advised to the traders. Support: 39000, 38000; Resistance: 41700, 41999

Last week, MCX silver traded in the range of 38536-41334. The commodity crashed tracking gold prices. COMEX silver also witnessed a bear rally to lower levels.

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Chinese HSBC Services PMI and Euro zone retail sales data is likely to announce this week. Worries over Chinese economy may put pressure on silver prices.

MCX crude oil for July delivery may trade with negative bias this week. Support: 5550, 5310; Resistance: 5850, 5890

MCX crude oil traded in the range of 5570-5867 last week. Depreciation of Indian Rupee to 60.5 levels against dollar capped further fall in crude oil prices.

American Petroleum Institute release on US crude oil and gasoline inventories are scheduled for Wednesday. Weakness in Dollar Index may impact crude oil prices further.

MCX copper for June delivery is expected to trade sideways this week. Support: 398, 389; Resistance: 418,420

MCX copper traded in the range of 406-413 last week. The commodity witnessed low volatility on Chinese outlook.

Indian HSBC Services PMI and U.K Construction Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) data are scheduled for the week. Short recovery is expected for copper around 394-392 range.

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China tight manufacturing, interest rates drag Copper down

20 Jun

Rise in interbank rates in Chinese markets to 12% gives out the impression that China is hitting on momentum brakes and provides for assumptions that the economy there is undergoing a deliberate slow down.

MUMBAI: With Chinese manufacturing shrinking at enhanced speed this month as reflected in HSBC-Markit PMI readings, questions are raised on the future prospects of copper.

The PMI reading came at 48.3 well below the 50 mark that separates expansion from contraction; of course, below-50 readings are indicative of contraction in the economy.

This, coupled with rise in interbank rates in Chinese markets to 12% gives out the impression that China is hitting on momentum brakes and provides for assumptions that the economy there is undergoing a deliberate slow down.

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The rates climbed as the central bank of China “refrained from using reverse-repurchase agreements to inject cash into the financial system,” as per Bloomberg.

“If market rates remain at such high levels, the only scenario for the Chinese economy is a hard landing,” said Xu Gao, chief economist with Everbright Securities Co. in Beijing to Bloomberg.

“That possibility is growing now — it seems the leadership is deliberately taking a wait-and-see stance to see how low China growth can be,” he noted.

Meanwhile, Barclays in a report said that, “copper dominated by construction and infrastructure spending may be seeing a shift to permanently slower demand growth.”

“Sentiment among traders in China has shifted from short-term bullish to cautious on copper. On the one hand, refined supply remains tight in China due to smelter maintenance and scrap shortage, and physical premiums remained at elevated for domestic spot market and bonded warehouse stocks. On the other hand, LME prices fell sharply on bearish macro developments and failed to rally on supply disruptions which is viewed as a negative for future price action,” Barclays report added.

On the Comex, copper for delivery on July 13 was seen trading at $3.098 a pound, a loss of $0.041 or 1.31% as of 10.33 AM IST.

On the MCX, copper for delivery on June was seen trading down by 0.12% at Rs.407.85 as of 10.33AM IST.