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Monday, June 26, 2017

Gold Sinks like a Stone After 1.8 Million Ounces were Traded within a Minute

Gold Plunges After 1.8 Million Ounces Were Traded in One Minute

By Eddie Van Der Walt
June 26, 2017, 7:39 AM EDT

  • Comex volume spiked to 18,149 lots in a minute at 9am London
  • ‘No-one has a clue’ what happened, Marex’s Govett says
Gold sank like a stone at 9 a.m. in London after a huge spike in volume in New York futures that traders said was probably the result of a "fat finger," or erroneous order.

Trade shot up to 1.8 million ounces of gold in just a minute, a level not reached even with the surprise election of U.S. President Donald Trump or Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

“No-one has a clue, apart from the unfortunate individual that pressed the wrong button,” David Govett, head of precious metals trading at Marex Spectron Group in London, said of the spike in volume. Thin activity and automated trading may exacerbate such moves, he said.

Others said a trader may have made a larger order than intended, or underestimated the market’s ability to absorb so much gold.



Some 18,149 lots were traded on Comex in just a minute, before falling back to 2,334 lots an hour later.

Gold fell as much as 1.6 percent to $1,236.43 an ounce, the lowest since May 16. It dropped through the key moving average for the previous 100 days, and touched the 200-day figure. The metal was at $1,242.52 an ounce by 12:03 p.m. London.

Rising use of computer-driven algorithmic trading has often been blamed for extraordinary movements in financial markets, known as flash crashes, in recent years.

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“These moves are going to become more widespread with the way things are going,” Govett said by email. "The more they happen, the worse they will become as people back away from holding positions."

There were also signs of falling demand for gold as China, the largest consumer, bought less from Hong Kong in May. Purchases fell to a net 44.8 metric tons, from 74.9 tons in April, according to data from the Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department compiled by Bloomberg.

Source: Bloomberg

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