Commodity Face: Bullions are Trading on a higher Note Today

Commodity Face

Bullions is expected to move up; one can initiate long positions at lower levels.

Gold prices gained on Wednesday after better than expected HSBC China flash PMI data. On the COMEX, gold futures for April delivery rose 1.02% to trade at $1,209.50 a troy ounce. Gold fell to the lowest level in seven weeks on Tuesday, after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen sounded more hawkish than expected in her prepared remarks to the Senate Banking Committee. In her testimony, Yellen said that the central bank will change its forward guidance in an effort to increase the Fed’s flexibility and mute any potential market reaction before beginning to hike rates. Gold prices rose slightly on Tuesday with China markets set to re-open on Wednesday and Greece still to turn over its list of reforms needed to secure further euro zone loans.