The gold price is weakening in response to the Fed's rate policy, but there are other crosswinds at play too
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Mr Trump's confrontational approach to NATO was not without purpose
The growing threat of a trade war has taken some of the shine off copper
The trend is down, but there could be a sharp reversal if trade tensions escalate
Gold is on a temporary downward trend, but the long-term bull case is stronger than ever
Gold remains range-bound, with rate rises priced in over the short-term
Tangible threats like Russia are easier to acknowledge to than intangible ones like gradual economic collapse
Gold hovers at the US$1,300 mark, with bears just about holding their ground
Gold is hovering at around US$1,300 an ounce as bulls and bears grapple with the balancing forces of a strong dollar, political risk and weaker equities
The gold price has dropped significantly in the last few weeks
Breaking with allies may not look so bold if things start to unravel in the Middle East
In the coming switch away from equities, listed miners may fare better than most
It's a small market, but it's liquid, and it's track record of holding value is second to none
Could global businesses start to bypass the US if it gets caught up in a full-blown trade war
Markets remain unsettled about the implementation of tariffs, but not as unsettled as they were
Interest rates in the US are rising, but the dollar remains weak as trade war fears dampen appetite
The attack on a former spy in Salisbury has raised geopolitical concerns, but not on a scale that's likely to spook investors
US tariffs on steel and aluminium are now in place, but how much does it really signify?
Tariffs are small in terms of trade flow, but their true significance may lie elsewhere
Inflation is playing an increasing role in analysts' forecasts
He highlighted corruption as a key issue in his speech, but can he really make the promised inroads?
The froth is coming off the top of markets, but how fundamental are these moves?
A new man is coming in to take the helm at the US Federal Reserve, but what kind of world is he walking into?
There have been mixed signals about the US dollar coming out of Davos
Recent PMI numbers give grounds for continued confidence, as far as it goes