Volatility is likely to continue in gold and silver as the trade continues to waffle back and forth from the ebb and flow of potential central bank policy bias changes.

In fact, today's US scheduled data window will likely add or subtract to the first quarter rate cut assumption (generally held by the trade), but we give the edge to the dollar bears/gold bulls from the potential for a softening US economy take away through this morning's US reports.

We must note the lack of a flight to quality surge in gold overnight following Moody's downgrade of Chinese credit especially with a lack of gold buying following a noted uptick in Chinese credit default swap rates...[MORE]

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