Gold price accelerated to the downside following the release of Fed Chair Powell’s remarks. gold price (Yellow Metal) bottomed at $1,815.53, the lowest level in a week. It is falling almost $30 on Tuesday, the worst day in a month.
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Gold is Trapped Between Hourly Support and Resistance
- The bulls are relying on a move above $1,837 while bears seek a break below $1,831.
Gold (XAU/USD) price is holding in a bullish territory after climbing from the start of the week’s low near $1,821 and reaching a high of $1,847. However, the yellow metal finished with a loss on Thursday, following three three-day winning streak, as strength in the U.S. dollar weighed. The US Dollar Index, DXY,a measure of the greenback’s strength against a basket of rivals, gained 0.6% to 105.102
How Will Gold React to the Federal Reserve Minutes?
Gold Dribbles Within $30 Range as Fed Minutes Loom
Gold price (Yellow Metal) probes a two-day downtrend as it treads water around $1,835 during early Wednesday. In doing so, the bright metal remains inside the one-week-old trading range of around $30.00 as traders await the Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes. It’s worth noting that the geopolitical fears and the US Dollar’s lackluster moves around the multi-day top seem to add filters to the Yellow Metal traders.
Gold Price Technical Analysis: Yellow Metal Ready for Target $1827—$1812
Gold Price Technical Analysis: Gold price yielded a daily closing below the critical 50-Daily Moving Average (DMA), now at $1,860.
Gold price (Yellow Metal) failed attempt to rebound from $1,860, Federal Reserve talks
Gold price (Yellow Metal) failed attempt to rebound from $1,860, as market sentiment stays sluggish amid mixed signals from the Federal Reserve and the geopolitical front. Adding confusion to the metal traders’ minds could be the lack of major data/events. Even so, the bullion remains on the bear’s radar as the United States Treasury bond yields remain firmer.
US-China tussles add strength to geopolitical tension and favor Gold sellers
US-China tension is extra burden for Gold (Yellow Metal)— Other than the United States data and monetary policy moves at the European Central Bank (ECB), as well as at the Bank of England (BoE), the latest geopolitical tension surrounding the US and China also exerts downside pressure on the Gold price.