November 2020 Market Recap

The price of gold fell below $1,800 an ounce briefly and the largest gold-backed ETF had its biggest monthly outflow in three years. On the other hand, airlines surged on positive news of a virus vaccine. Click the buttons below to read our recap of the airline sector and gold market for November 2020.

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September 2020 Market Recap

Airlines sunk after recovering slightly on the news that coronavirus cases are ticking back up – especially in Europe. New travel restrictions will hamper the travel recovery. The price of gold was especially volatile in the month of September – falling back below $1,900 an ounce. Click the buttons below to read our recap of … Continued

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July 2020 Market Recap

The month of July included longer travel recovery forecasts and second quarter earnings for many companies. Many airlines fared poorly amid the ongoing global crisis, while gold miners posted strong results on the back of higher metal prices. Click the buttons below to read our recap of the airline sector and gold market for July … Continued

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June 2020 Market Recap

Airlines continued to weather the coronavirus-induced travel demand slump as the number of infections continues to grow. On the other hand, gold had its best quarter in four years. Futures for the yellow metal topped $1,800 an ounce for the first time since 2012, as the ongoing global pandemic boosts demand for perceived “safe haven” … Continued

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April 2020 Market Recap

Airlines continued to weather the COVID-19 storm as a return to normal travel levels appears to be further away. On the other hand, investor interest in gold increased during the month and bullion rose about $1,700 an ounce for the first time since 2012. Click the buttons below to read our recap of the airline … Continued

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March 2020 Market Recap

The continued spread of COVID-19 globally has sent investors away from equities and into perceived safe haven assets such as gold. Airlines have been forced to cut almost all flights and share prices are down significantly so far in 2020. However, governments around the world are stepping in to help carriers during this difficult time … Continued

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