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Gold Daily Review November 27, 2019

Gold Daily Review for November 27, 2019

Gold rebounds from 2-week lows, up little around $1460 level

Gold edged higher through the early European session on Tuesday and is currently placed near the top end of its daily trading range, around the $1458-

 

Bitcoin Is Not Gold

Bitcoin might be the new gold, but gold is not like bitcoin. Here’s why.

 

Gold Price Forecast: XAUUSD Grinds at Support, Will Bulls React?

Gold prices have been pulling back for three months now. Have bulls thrown in the towel, or are they waiting in the wings for another topside push?

 

The 10 countries with the biggest piles of gold

The volume of gold bought by central banks in 2018 rose to its highest level since the end of the Gold Standard nearly a half a century ago. That tren

 

Here are Goldman Sachs’ top 10 market themes to watch in 2020 | Markets Insider

Goldman Sachs strategists released a recent client note revealing what the firm thinks will be the main market themes for 2020. The bank see…

 

Gold closes higher even as risk-on tone grips U.S. stocks

Gold prices climbed on Tuesday as traders kept an eye on consumer sentiment ahead of the peak holiday shopping season and on U.S.-China trade developments….

 

Gold Forecast November 27, 2019

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Gold Technical Analysis: Buyers look for confirmation of immediate falling wedge

The latest pullback from 23.6% Fibonacci retracement of late-October to early-November fall drags Gold prices downward to $1,459.70 during early Wednesday.

 

Gold Prices Fall as US-China Trade Hopes Hold Up, US Data Eyed

Gold prices struggled through the Asian session as risk appetite held up. Iinvestors saw some chance of an interim trade deal between Washington and Beijing.

 

Gold slips below $1460 level, downside seems limited ahead of US macro data

Gold failed to capitalize on the previous session’s recovery move from two-week lows and traded with a mild negative bias through the early European s

 

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