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Gold futures end higher with one lot traded
Last update: 25/01/2023

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 25 (Bernama) -- Gold futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives closed higher today, with one lot traded worth RM77,564.

Meanwhile, Phillip Capital Sdn Bhd dealer Chong Yong Lin said Comex gold edged lower on Wednesday from a nine-month peak in the previous session as the United States dollar steadied and investors squared positions ahead of US economic growth figures.

The US Commerce Department is expected to unveil its initial advance fourth-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) estimates on Thursday, which could set the tone for the Federal Reserve (Fed) policy meeting next week.

“Traders expect the Fed to scale back its rate hike pace further after slowing its policy tightening spree to 50 basis points (bps) last month after four straight 75-bp hikes.

“Fears around possible recession were also offering support to gold,” Chong told Bernama.

At the close, Bursa Malaysia’s gold futures contract for the spot month of January 2023 eased to US$1,930.20 per troy ounce, while February 2023 stood at US$1,936.90 per troy ounce and March 2023 stood at US$1,952.90 per troy ounce.

The April 2023, June 2023 and August 2023 contracts all settled at US$1,962.00 per troy ounce.

Volume stood at one lot while open interest registered six contracts.

The price of physical gold stood at US$1,920.75 per troy ounce as published by the London Bullion Market Association afternoon fix on Jan 24, 2022.










100 Yen3.7752/7805
Source: Bank Negara Malaysia

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