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Gold Daily Review January 4, 2019

Gold Daily Review for January 4, 2019

Gold Sentiment is Unable to Provide a Clear Direction

The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a further mixed Spot Gold trading bias.


Gold eyeing R3 at $1,303 on rising risk aversion

An additional wave of safe haven flows piled int the yellow metal at the start of 2019 following a turbulent time into the final month of 2018 on conc


Golds back to the $1290 zone after US data

Gold dropped to $1,284/oz at the beginning of the US session but rebounded and climbed back to the $1,290 area. It is trading near the monthly highest


Apple just sounded the alarm on a slowdown in China. Staying away from these 20 stocks could help you avoid the pain, Goldman Sachs says | Markets Insider

BANK OF AMERICA: Here are the 9 stocks we like most for the beginning of the year


Goldman Sachs called Apple’s bombshell miss for the holiday quarter way back in November

Goldman Sachs analyst Rod Hall made several prescient calls about Apple stock back in November, including warning that demand for new iPhones was “deteroriating.”


Gold edges closer to $1,300, settles at highest since mid-June

Gold marked a second straight session climb on Thursday, edging closer to $1,300 an ounce to settle at its highest since mid-June as losses in the U.S


Treasury Yields Down, Gold Stocks Up: These New Patterns Are Different

2 markets have established new trends: U.S. Treasury yields and the price of gold. Here are the charts.


Gold Prices May Extend Advance as US Jobs Data Disappoints

Gold prices may continue to push higher as disappointing US jobs data weighs on bond yields and inspires a further dovish shift in Fed monetary


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