Daily Local Gold and Exchange Rate
This chart provides you daily local gold price (Yangon) and USD exchange rate in the market. It also show world gold price in USD per ounce. You can compare the fluctuations of prices.
- Gold (YGN) - daily close price
- USD - daily close price (MMK per USD)
- World Gold - price at 5:00PM Myanmar Time (Monday to Friday), 3:30AM Myanmar Time (Saturday)
* No data on Sunday
* Source: YGEA, Zwe Htet Gold & Jewellery, Wakhema Money Exchange, Northern Breeze Exchange Service, FBS MT5
Chart shows ASEAN and Myanmar Manufacturing PMI (Purchasing Manger's Index) release monthly by IHS Markit. It is survey-based economic indicator designed to provide insight into business conditions in the goods-producing sector. PMI is widely used to anticipate changing economic trends.
Graph reflects manufacturing conditions in ASEAN and Myanmar. Reading of greater than 50 means manufacturing improvement since previous month. Reading below 50 means decline in manufacturing since previous month.
Source: IHS Markit
Learn more about PMI by IHS Markit
Commitments of Traders (COT) Report
Chart shows Gold, Silver, USD, Euro and British Pound net long positions extracted from COT reports published by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). The COT reports provide a breakdown of each Tuesday’s open interest for futures and options on futures markets.
Report release time
The Futures Only reports and Futures and Options Combined reports are usually released on Friday 3:30PM Eastern Time (ie; 2:00AM Saturday Myanmar Time) and includes data from the previous Tuesday.
Net Long = Number of Long contract - Number of Short contract
Next Week Close = Next week close price at Saturday 3:30AM Myanmar Time (for example, positions on Tuesday 19 Oct will be released on Saturday 23 Oct and next week close is data at Saturday 30 Oct)
Countries usually release their economic data such as employment, inflation rate, interest rate, GDP, consumer sentiment; manufacturing data to public understand market dynamics. Advanced economies such as G7 which includes United States, U.K, Japan, Germany, Italy, France and Canada release their economic data periodically and these data affect world markets such as forex, stocks, commodities etc. Traders are closely monitoring these data releasing time for their trading decision. Data reflect the specific country's economic conditions and currency and analysts are focusing the data before releasing.