Top Stories This Week: Gold Waiting for Fed, is the Easy Uranium Money Gone?

Top Stories This Week: Gold Waiting for Fed, is the Easy Uranium Money Gone?

The gold price made it past the US$1,800 per ounce mark this week, rising as high as US$1,810, but sinking to just above US$1,780 at the time of this writing on Friday (October 29).

As next week approaches, attention is shifting to the US Federal Reserve’s upcoming meeting, which will be held from Tuesday (November 2) to Wednesday (November 3).

We’ve previously covered the market’s expectations for this gathering — it’s anticipated that the central bank will share plans to start tapering its bond-buying program, but won’t make a move on interest rates. Gold Outlook 2021! Gold In 2021 – Will It Be Another Wild Ride?

What’s Next For The Gold market? Our Exclusive Report Provides You With All The Information Needed To Make An Informed Decision. Chair Jerome Powell reiterated those ideas recently, saying in a virtual appearance , “I do think it’s time to taper; I don’t think […]

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