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Jan 19, 2022 The Austrian Mint issued two unique coins in 2022: one from the Alpine Treasure series called Wild Waters, and the other from the Microraptur gui series.

Jan 19, 2022 Even though 2021 saw a decline in sales, gold is still popular. India is the second largest yellow metal buying country after China.

Jan 12, 2022 The Perth Mint released a coin from one of the most popular series in the world - "Lunar." This is the third coin dedicated to the Year of the Tiger. The Lunar series is 27 years old. According to the regulations of the program, a coin with one of the 12 animals of the Chinese calendar is minted once every 12 years.

Jan 12, 2022

Gold is a sought-after asset because it is a great means of protecting savings from depreciation. However, the past year was not entirely good for yellow metal. Gold prices hovered in the $1780-1800 range. For the year, precious metal fell in price by 5% - from 1887.6 to 1794.3 dollars. As a rule, a high inflation rate should positively affect its rate. Therefore, many analysts were confident that rising consumer prices and low interest rates in 2021 would play in favor of the yellow metal. Gold has always enjoyed increased demand during periods of economic downturns. However, this did not happen in 2021. Investor interest turned to risk assets - securities and cryptocurrency, and did not decrease even against the background of accelerating inflation and new waves of the pandemic.

Gold market participants learned two important lessons in 2021: not to count on inflation alone and to consider the Fed's plans. The rise in the inflation rate prompted the regulator to tighten monetary policy and accelerate the reduction of the quantitative easing program. Therefore, the yield on short and medium-term bonds rose, which put downward pressure on gold quotes. Inflation expectations peaked in November. That means inflation fears have taken a little bit of a turn down, with investors believing in the U.S. central bank's ability to contain upward price pressures.

Favorable and unfavorable factors in the gold market

In the first half of 2022, you should not expect an upward trend in the gold market, but then there may be hope for a rally. At the moment, the main macroeconomic factors do not support yellow metal.

Tedros Gebreisus, head of the World Health Organization, said the coronavirus pandemic will end this year despite the rapid spread of the omicron strain. In 2021, a large-scale vaccination campaign began, which raised hopes of overcoming the pandemic in the near future. This, in turn, will lead to the return of normal living conditions of the population and an increase in demand, as well as the recovery of the global economy.

The inflation rate is likely to decline. Currently, the easing of quarantine restrictions has contributed to the restoration of the growth rate of production and supply chains. To quickly overcome the consequences of coronacrisis, the authorities will tighten fiscal policy. The Fed will stay on an aggressive monetary policy course for a long time to ease inflationary pressures.

Real bond yields will rise. The US dollar could strengthen against the euro as the European Central Bank (ECB) pursues a less aggressive monetary policy than the Fed. ECB economists unanimously believe that in 2022 consumer inflation in the European Union (hereinafter - the EU) will exceed the target of 2%. The rate of inflation growth will increase due to secondary risks, that is, the consequences of taking measures to reduce the initial risk. All members of the ECB's Governing Council agree that it is too early to talk about raising interest rates. If rates are increased, then some EU member states could be hit by a debt crisis.

There are a number of factors that can contribute to the growth of gold this year.

Financial markets recovered quickly after the pandemic began. However, the most depressing factor for the financial sector may be the tightening of monetary policy by central banks.

The emergence of new coronavirus strains will increase the degree of uncertainty regarding the prospects for the global economy and the pace of its recovery. In the medium term, there may be a significant correction in stock markets and downward pressure on the group of high-yielding currencies will increase, which will increase demand for gold. Experts are optimistic about gold. If the price of precious metal rises to $1835 in 2022, then its further breakthrough to the level of $1850 is possible.

Dec 31, 2021 Many investors in the gold market will gladly say goodbye to 2021, since during this period the precious metal has fallen in price.

Dec 31, 2021 Metals Focus (Great Britain) is one of the world leaders in the field of consulting in the precious metal market. Analysts of the company prepared a study of the gold market in India, which was conducted in more than ten cities of the country.

Dec 22, 2021 In 2021, Spain joined countries issuing their own gold investment coins. The country's Royal Mint has announced the launch of the first investment coin called the "Iberian Lynx" in gold.

Dec 22, 2021 At the beginning of the second week of December, the price of yellow metal did not undergo significant changes, gaining a foothold at $1783. Towards the middle of the month, precious metal quotes rose to $1787, closing at a 3-week high, but remaining in a narrow trading range.

Dec 13, 2021 The Central Bank of the Argentine Republic issued gold and silver coins in honor of the 22nd FIFA World Cup. The Argentine national team is one of the most titled football teams in the world.

Dec 13, 2021 Kitco ranked the five largest gold deposits in South America in the 2nd quarter of 2021. The rating was created on the basis of public data on the performance of companies.

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