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Gold Daily Review March 8, 2018

Gold Daily Review for March 8, 2018

Gold Price Recovery May Fizzle as Gloomy Markets Bid Up US Dollar

Gold prices surged past chart resistance to break the near-term down trend but the recovery may fizzle as trade war jitters drive haven-seeking capital flows


Goldman Sachs alums in Trumpworld: And then there was one

Gary Cohn’s resignation as President Trump’s National Economic Council director may mean the bank’s influence on the administration is waning.


Gold Prices Gyrate Within Channel After Failed Test of Yearly Highs

Gold price charts have shown a softening of strength as 2016 and 2017 highs have been tested, helping to produce a bearish channel near resistance.


Why Trump’s tariffs could be the most damaging for America since Nixon’s, according to Goldman Sachs’ top economist

BI PRIME: This is unlike tariffs imposed by presidents going back to Nixon.


Gold settles lower, then extends losses in electronic trade after Fed Beige Book

Gold prices settled lower Wednesday, giving back roughly half of what they gained a day earlier. Upbeat data on U.S. private-sector jobs helped the U.


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