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GOLD
1830.15
1829.35
Open :1829.91
-0.56(-0.03%)
24 hours:+1.44(+0.08%)
7 days:+22.61(+1.24%)
Day's range:1826.23-1830.71
30 days:+68.33(+3.74%)
52 weeks:1676.37-2074.75
Buy55%
Sell45%
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Forex Analysis:::2021-07-29
Gold breaks short-term resistance
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As expected by our latest analysis, Gold has formed a higher low between $1,790 and $1,780 and is now moving higher. Price today has broken above the short-term resistance...
Forex Analysis:::2021-07-29
Gold Almost To Hit A Fresh Upside Target!
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Gold increased as much as 1,828.16 level today and it could jump even higher as the US Dollar seems vulnerable to drop deeper. The yellow metal is strongly bullish...
Forex Analysis:::2021-07-29
World Gold Council: Rise in gold demand in first half of 2021 still not enough to recoup losses
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According to the latest research from the World Gold Council (WGC), demand for gold began to rise in the second quarter of 2021, but this is not enough to correct...
Forex Analysis:::2021-07-29
Analysis of Gold for July 29,.2021 - Breakout mode and potetnial for bigger rally towards $1.860
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Technical analysis: Gold has been trading upside as I expected and the breakout mode is the condition that is present today. Trading recommendation: Watch for the buying opportunities...
Forex Analysis:::2021-07-29
The Fed made a choice in favor of stimulating the labor market and economic growth, putting pressure on the dollar
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The meeting of the Federal Reserve did not bring anything new to the markets, which again caused a recovery in demand in the stock markets, increased prices for commodity assets...
Forex Analysis:::2021-07-28
Ichimoku cloud indicator analysis on Gold for July 28, 2021.
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Gold price continues to trade around $1,800. Price remains in a bearish trend according to the Ichimoku cloud indicator as price is still below the Kumo. However there...
Forex Analysis:::2021-07-28
GOLD Hot Price Forecast for 28 July
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The support of the 1,795.00 price level held on Tuesday. Afterwards, the bullion surged to the resistance of the 200-hour simple moving average near 1,807.00. On Wednesday, the price bounced...
Forex Analysis:::2021-07-28
Analysis of Gold for July 28,.2021 - Watch for the breakout
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Technical analysis: Gold has been trading sideways at the price of $1,800. Watch for the breakout after the FOMC Press Conference to confirm further direction. Trading recommendation: Upside breakout...
Forex Analysis:::2021-07-28
Gold remains stuck at $ 1,800
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Gold is currently stuck at $ 1,800. Clearly, it needs a new catalyst that would stimulate growth. Rob Haworth, a senior investment strategist at US Bank Wealth Management, said...
Analysis News:::2021-07-28
Credit Suisse: Gold will return to its 2020 records
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The yellow metal has finished at the level below the key one for two consecutive sessions. According to Credit Suisse's analysts, gold is trading near $1,800, which is 6% less...
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