Growing fears over the second-wave of the coronavirus globally combined with pre-US election jitters will continue to underpin the haven demand for the US dollar, keeping the bearish bias intact in gold (XAU/USD) going forward.
Gold is set to test the September low of $1849, having breached the critical 100-DMA earlier this week. US fiscal stimulus package remains elusive and offsets the optimism over the record US Q3 GDP rebound, as all eyes shift towards next week’s Presidential election.
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How is gold positioned on the charts? Gold: Key resistances and supports The Technical Confluences Indicator shows that the yellow metal has managed to recapture powerful resistance at $1872, which is the confluence of the SMA5 four-hour and Fibonacci 161.8% one-week.The next relevant upside barrier awaits at $1883, where the Fibonacci 23.6% one-month lies.Further up, the […]
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