Gold Daily Review for April 16, 2018
|Gold shot higher this week, once again taking out the 2013 trend-line on an intra-week basis, but may also again fail to close above it;|
|BI PRIME: First-quarter earnings season is shaping up to be hotly anticipated, and Goldman Sachs has singled out some stocks that will see high sales growth.|
|The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a further mixed Spot Gold trading bias.|
|Gold prices settled higher Friday, as U.S. tensions with Russia and China lifted the metal’s investment appeal, pulling it higher for a second week in|
|Gold prices may turn lower from familiar chart resistance as the markets shrug off seemingly growing tensions in Syria. Soft US retail sales data may|
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