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Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: The busy week ahead for gold
By Craig Hemke
Sprott Money, Toronto
Tuesday, January 31, 2023
While there will be all sorts of economic and geopolitical headlines in the days ahead, two events that will drive precious metals stand out.
The first will be the conclusion of the January Federal Open Market Committee meeting on Wednesday. The second will be the release of the January U.S. jobs report on Friday.
If Comex gold and silver can successfully navigate both, the possibility of a February rally will grow.
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First of all, it's not just those two events that will impact precious metal prices.
There will also be the updated manufacturing and service sector purchasing managers index as well as the latest updates on productivity and unit labor costs.
However, the most important scheduled events are the FOMC meeting on Wednesday and the U.S. jobs data on Friday. ...
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