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Gold Daily Review October 17, 2019

Gold Daily Review for October 17, 2019

Gold in search of a firm direction, stuck in a range around $1480 region

Gold lacked any firm directional bias and seesawed between tepid gains/minor losses through the early European session on Wednesday. Following the pre


Gold Propels; Dollar Drops After US Retail Sales Disappoint

US Retail sales disappointed with a headline figure coming across the wires at -0.3%, vs expectations of 0.3% sending gold higher into the morning trading session.


Gold bulls get back in the driver’s seat seeking a run back the $1500’s

The price of Gold rose 0.60% to $1489 and change having topped out at $1491.80, rising from a low of $1477.20 on the day as investors continued to mon


‘The plumbing isn’t broken’: Goldman Sachs’ CEO says WeWork’s failed IPO could improve private markets | Markets Insider

WeWork’s collapsed initial public offering isn’t proof that private markets are broken, and it could even change them for the better, Goldman Sachs CEO Da…


Investors are paying record amounts for stable high-growth companies. Here are 12 sleeper stocks Goldman says can deliver growth at budget prices.

Goldman Sachs says companies with steady earnings growth are more expensive than ever but that it’s still possible to find a few at discount prices.


Gold Forecast October 17, 2019

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Gold technical analysis: Under pressure in Asia, $1,477 is key support

Gold is currently trading at $1,488 per Oz, representing 0.13% losses on the day, having hit a high of $1,493 at 00:45 GMT. The metal has come under p


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