Gold Spot

Gold ended the week uneventfully despite coming precariously close to the $1,800 level that would have been key for it to recapture last year’s highs. The gold market is being bombarded with strong economic data, the latest coming from the U.S. housing sector as consumers bought new homes at the highest pace in more than 14 years.

Technical Resistance: 1787/1797

Technical support: 1773/1765

Market headlines:

  • Strong data lifts stocks after tax scare; oil gains
  • Bitcoin tumbles below $50,000, other cryptos sink over Biden tax plans
  • Global bond, money market funds attract inflows on rising virus concerns
  • USDMYR traded at 4.1062

Economic data:

  • 26 April 2021 Malaysia time 4:00pm – German Ifo Business Climate Index (Apr)
  • 26 April 2021 Malaysia time 8:30pm – United States Core Durable Goods Orders (MoM) (Mar)

Strong data lifts stocks after tax scare; oil gains

Stocks rose on Friday as it were supported by data indicating an acceleration in economic activity and even faster growth in new home sales, reversed a Wall Street decline the previous session, while the U.S. dollar fell as it lost some of its safe haven appeal. Oil prices rose more than 1% but were on track to end negative for the week. Oil prices edged up with support from the economic data, but concerns over demand from India and Japan lingered, putting a check on gains.

Bitcoin tumbles below $50,000, other cryptos sink over Biden tax plans

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies posted sharp losses on Friday, on concern that U.S. President Joe Biden’s plan to raise capital gains taxes will curb investments in digital assets. Bitcoin, the biggest and most popular cryptocurrency, slumped to $47,555, falling below the $50,000 mark for the first time since early March. Bitcoin is on track for an 11.3% loss on the week, its worst weekly showing since late February.

Global bond, money market funds attract inflows on rising virus concerns

The inflows at global bond funds were roughly 2% higher than in the previous week, according to Refinitiv Lipper data. The massive inflows into money market funds came after an outflow of $50 billion in the last week. However, global equity funds saw inflows of $10.8 billion, around 33% less than in the week before. The slowing money inflows into equity funds came as investors started to question lofty stock valuations amid a rise in coronavirus cases and its impact on the global economic rebound. In commodities, safer precious metal funds faced their lowest outflow in 10 weeks, helped by lower bond yields and a sagging dollar.


Source: Bloomberg, Investing.com, Reuters, CNBC






技术支持 :1773/1765


  • 强劲的数据提振了美股周五震荡收高;石油收益
  • 比特币跌破50,000美元,其他加密货币因拜登的税收计划而下跌
  • 全球债券,货币市场基金因对病毒的担忧加剧而吸引资金流入
  • 美元兑马币交易 RM 4.1062



  • 2021年4月26日,马来西亚时间 4:00 pm – 德国Ifo商业景气指数(Apr)
  • 2021年4月26日,马来西亚时间 8:30 pm – 美国核心耐用品订单(MoM)(3月)




由于担心美国总统乔·拜登(Joe Biden)提高资本利得税的计划将限制对数字资产的投资,比特币和其他加密货币周五大幅下跌。比特币是最大和最受欢迎的加密货币,自3月初以来首次跌至47,555美元,跌破50,000美元大关。比特币本周有望下跌11.3%,是自2月下旬以来最糟糕的一周。


Refinitiv Lipper数据显示,全球债券基金的流入量比前一周高出约2%。上周有500亿美元资金流出后,大量流入货币市场基金。但是,全球股票基金的流入量为108亿美元,比前一周减少约33%。在冠状病毒病例增加及其对全球经济反弹的影响下,投资者开始质疑高估的股票估值之际,流入股票基金的资金流入放缓。大宗商品方面,在债券收益率下降和美元下跌的帮助下,较安全的贵金属基金面临十周以来的最低流出。


资料来源: Bloomberg, Investing.com, Reuters, CNBC