Raising the debt ceiling in the USA boosts gold price
The insolvency of the USA has once again been averted and has had consequences.
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An agreement on the debt ceiling could support the US dollar and US debt securities. This would not be a positive omen for the gold price. But the markets and market participants continue to look to the future. Thus, debt creation continues. In the long run, this can't be good for the U.S. dollar either. In turn, this is a long-term positive sign for the gold price. For chart technicians, the possible turnaround from a downtrend to an uptrend in the gold price has already been heralded. But there are other factors that speak for a strong gold price. Many things are currently in crisis, just think of the relations between the U.S. and China, on which much depends. And the sanctions against Russia have exacerbated the relationship between the two great powers. Then there are the problems that still exist in the U.S. banking sector. This could prompt central banks to crank up the money printing machine more again, despite high inflation. Things are also not looking good in the commercial real estate sector in the USA, with values falling as well as rents. On the other hand, the economic rise of the citizens of China and also India is significant for higher prices in gold. It is still open whether the Fed will decide to raise interest rates again on June 14 or whether it will already pause. However, gold is the ultimate asset. What could also do the gold price good would be falling oil prices. Because if oil prices fall, which seems very possible at the moment, then this would lead to a more moderate stance by the Fed, which in turn is good for gold. Industry insiders believe silver in particular is capable of a violent rally shortly. Since silver stocks have not performed as well as the silver price itself, there is therefore great potential here for higher prices in silver mining stocks. In order to be part of rising prices, stocks from Chesapeake Gold or Calibre Mining, for example, are recommended.
Chesapeake Gold - https://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/chesapeake-gold-corp/ - is active in North and South America. The flagship Metates project (Durango) contains gold, silver and zinc. It is one of the largest undeveloped gold and silver deposits in the world.
Calibre Mining - https://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/calibre-mining-corp/ - is a mid-tier gold producer with properties in North and South America. The first quarter brought record production.
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