4 February 2014


Trading Call for the day: Sell Natural Gas in the range 319.5-320 with Stop Loss 324 Target 315.
Yesterday our buy call of Gold achieved the target of 28850. Buy was given in the range on 28680-28690.
Precious metals closed positive on yesterday’s trading session Gold settled up 1.31% at 29017 rose after disappointing manufacturing data from the United States and China pummelled Wall Street, while jitters about emerging markets bolstered an investor flight to safety. Silver settled up 1.27% at 43858 as equities looked set to follow the sharp decline on Wall Street and investors worried over U.S. economic growth after weak manufacturing data. The two commodities are expected to trade sideways but might not sustain higher levels and fall. Support for Gold is at 28820 & resistance at 29070. Support for Silver is at 43400 & resistance at 44150.
On yesterday’s trading session all base metals closed negative as slowing factory growth in top consumer China and the United States compounding a deteriorating demand outlook for the metals. The trend for the base metals is still negative so any bounce can be used as a selling opportunity.
MCX Crude Oil settled down -1.39% at 6083 fell after U.S. manufacturing gauges missed market expectations and painted a picture of  a still-weak U.S. economy that will demand less fuel and energy going forward than once anticipated. Crude Oil is expected to trade within the range but with negative bias for the day. Intraday support for Crude Oil is at 6040 and resistance at 6150.
MCX Natural Gas recovered from the day’s low and settled up by 2.68% at 310.70, earlier in the day prices fell after updated weather-forecasting models continued to call for a thawing trend across the eastern U.S. The commodity entered into corrective phase and is expected to trade sideways for the day. Support for Natural Gas is at 305 & resistance at 320.

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