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Gold Daily Review December 3, 2018

Gold Daily Review for December 3, 2018

Goldman Sachs has formulated these low-risk, high-reward trading strategies to help investors profit from the G20 summit

Goldman Sachs has uncovered multiple low-risk, high-reward trading strategies to help investors navigate the uncertainty around the G20 meeting.

 

GOLDMAN SACHS: Trump’s meeting with Xi is likely to make the trade war much worse

The Trump-Xi meeting at the G20 summit has three possible paths, Goldman Sachs says. The bank sees more than 50% chance of trade war ‘escalation.’

 

Investors Catch The Gold Bug Again

They are piling into bullion ETFs again and that could be good for price gains.

 

Gold Forecast: Bulls and Bears Continue to Tussle – Key Levels

Key former resistance has started to behave as support, suggesting that the narrative around Gold is changing.

 

Gold Forecast: Dovish Fed and US-China Deal Needed for Topside Breakout

Another narrow trading range for the yellow metal ($1210-1228) with prices closing lower by 0.3%. Gold watchers will be placing a keen eye on the

 

CFTC: Money managers aggressively unwound their gold longs – TD Securities

“Money managers aggressively unwound their gold longs, as the USD surged to its highest since mid-2017 amid market turbulence that directed funds into

 

United States CFTC Gold NC net positions down to $1.9K from previous $8.9K

United States CFTC Gold NC net positions down to $1.9K from previous $8.9K

 

Gold prices fall for the week, gain for the month

Gold prices fell Friday to settle lower for the week, but scored a second straight monthly gain. “We can come up with a lot of theories, conjectures a

 

Goldman Sachs’s stock falls after BofA Merrill cuts rating, slashes price target

Shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. GS, -2.13% slumped 1.8% in premarket trade Friday, which would shave about 24 points off the Dow Jones Industrial A

 

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