Gold Daily Review for October 30, 2018
|October is on track to become one of the largest monthly declines for stocks since the 2008 financial crisis. The major averages have sold off hard over the past few weeks after Jay Powell, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, gave a speech that caught investors off guard.|
|The yellow metal corrected to the downside after reaching last week the strongest level since mid-July at $1,243/oz. Price bottomed during the America|
|Shares of Proofpoint Inc. PFPT, +7.46% are up 4.5% in premarket trading Monday after Goldman Sachs analyst Gabriela Borges upgraded the stock to buy f|
|Shares of Ford Motor Co. F, +3.34% shot up 4% in premarket trade Monday, after Goldman Sachs turned bullish on the auto maker for the first time in ov|
|Gold prices are struggling for lasting direction as the US Dollar and Treasury bond yields diverge. Will a recovery in risk appetite break the standstill?|
|Analysts at TD Securities explain that after spending the majority of the summer in the gutter as the bears piled on record short positions, it took a|
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