On Tuesday (May 25) in the European market, market risk sentiment rose, and European and American stock markets rose in full, easing concerns about inflation after weaker US economic data than expected and reassurance from Federal Reserve officials. The dollar index (90.1806, 0.0512, 0.06%) suffered a sharp sell-off, falling toContinue Reading

On Friday (June 4), the non-agricultural data again fell short of expectations, which made the gold price bottomed out and rebounded, and also gave the Federal Reserve more opportunities to continue to maintain the loose policy, which helped the gold price rise. However, Yellen mentioned the interest rate increase again,Continue Reading