Gold held near its highest level this month, as the dollar continued its retreat on more hawkish rhetoric from the European Central Bank and expectations that inflation may have peaked in the US.
Spot Gold Forecast: Bullion Looks to extend correction
Spot Gold Forecast: The US markets will be closed due to the Labor Day holiday on Monday and as such market action is likely to remain subdued. In the early trading hours of the Asian session on Tuesday, the Caixin Services PMI data from China will be watched closely by market participants. A reading below 50 could remind investors of the slowdown in the world’s second-biggest economy and hurt gold. On the other hand, an unexpected improvement in the data could help the market mood improve, providing relief for the precious metal.
Gold Price Forecast: Keep Eyes on $1,707 and $1,692
Gold (Yellow Metal) exposed to additional downside risks: “The critical ADP Employment Change report will be published after a two-month break, potentially driving the next leg higher in the buck. An upside surprise in the ADP numbers cannot be ruled out, given the lower estimates at +200K in August. Gold’s next price direction remains south against a backdrop of higher rates and upbeat US data.”
Spot Gold Update and Report By Neal Bhai [25-Aug-2022]
Spot Gold Forecast: Keep Eye on Spot Gold $1,785 Level. If Close above $1,785 then Next Target Price 1800——$1815
Gold Price Forecast: China Can Recover From The crisis of Recession
Gold Price Forecast: Expectations that China may overcome the recession woes and Fed’s Powell may repeat his cautious statements at the Jackson Hole also seemed to have tested the DXY bulls. “Various Chinese state media agencies are coming to the rescue of the local currency, the yuan, after the recent depreciation, justifying that the country’s strong exports should offset a stronger dollar and hawkish Fed rate hikes,” mentioned Reuters on Wednesday. Concerns about China become important for gold traders due to the dragon nation’s status as one of the world’s largest gold consumers.
Spot Gold slip to a one-week low of $1,772 [16-08-2022]
Spot gold (Yellow Metal) fell to a one-week low of $1,772 a troy ounce on Monday as risk aversion benefited the American currency against all of its major rivals. gold managed to bounce after the US opening, as Wall Street opened in positive territory despite the ruling dismal market mood. Softer-than-anticipated Chinese data released at the beginning of the day spurred risk aversion as the focus returned to a potential economic setback.
Spot Gold High $1720 and Silver $18.97 | Gold Silver Boom Boom
Gold Price extends bounce off an upward sloping support line from March 2021. That said, the corrective pullback from the yearly low also takes clues from the oversold RSI (14) to direct Yellow Metal buyers towards a horizontal area comprising multiple levels marked since early 2021, surrounding $1,727.