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Gold Daily Review December 4, 2017

Gold Daily Review for December 4, 2017

Technical Outlook for Euro, Sterling, Yen (Crosses), Gold & More

Today, we took a look at several major USD pairs and their near-term prospects, along with a few cross-rates, precious metals, and equity indices.


How Gold Would Fix Turkey’s Achilles’ Heel: The Lira

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan likes to swagger and attempt to punch above his weight. While his rhetorical threats and theatrics keep many allies and enemies off balance, they do not fool the Turks. Most of their bank deposits are not denominated in lira, but foreign currencies.


Gold Hovers Above Support: U.S. NFP / Tax Headlines to Set Decmber Tone

Gold prices are vulnerable to major headline risk heading into the December open. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.


Whether Traditional, Monetary Policy or Political Risk; Gold Is a Haven

Gold has held to a remarkably small range over the past month – a state certain to turn away traders who are desperately seeking out


Market Volatility Gives Gold a Bearish Trading Bias

The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger Spot Gold-bearish contrarian trading bias.


Gold prices finish higher, but still logs a second-straight weekly loss

Gold prices settled higher Friday, but still logged a loss for a second week in a row. Prices had climbed to highs above $1,292 after former U.S. nati


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