Gold Gold is trading at $1.063/oz this morning and traded between $1,048/oz and $1,066/oz over the last 24 hrs. In EUR and GBP terms, gold is trading at €710/oz and £648/oz respectively. Gold continues to gradually eke out gains and consolidate at near record levels on continuing oil strength and dollar weakness. Buying of physical remains robust on all price dips and this bodes well for further record highs in the short term.
Gold Gold is currently trading at $1,055.60/oz. With oil reaching a new high for the year above $79 a barrel, and the Federal Reserve signaling interest rates will stay near record lows for the foreseeable future, the beleaguered greenback fell to a 14-month low on the dollar index. The poor jobs number on Friday left lingering doubts regarding the sustainability of the recovery and this also supported gold.
Gold is currently trading at $1,048.10/oz. In euro and GBP terms gold is trading at €703/oz and £640/oz. Support for gold is currently seen at $1,034/oz and resistance is at $1,054/oz. Gold took a much needed breather yesterday and fell some 1%.
Gold is trading at $1.056.50/oz. In EUR and GBP terms, gold is trading at €706.82/oz and £655.25/oz respectively. Resistance currently lies at $1,064.10/oz and $1,070/oz with initial support at $1,048.60/oz and then $1,040.70/oz.
Gold has traded at new nominal record highs (over $1,070/oz) and is currently trading at $1.066/oz. In EUR and GBP terms, gold is trading at €715/oz and £665.90/oz respectively. Resistance currently lies at $1,070/oz with initial support at $1,050/oz and then at $1,040/oz. With oil back above $75 per barrel and at a 1 year high, and the dollar again under pressure today, gold continues to eke out gains.
Gold has surged to new record nominal highs above $1.064/oz in trading in Europe this morning. With the US Holiday yesterday gold traded in a $10 range on Monday. In euro and GBP terms, gold is trading at €719/oz and £675.86/oz respectively.
Gold closed Friday night trading at $1,048/oz and is currently trading $3 higher at $1,051/oz. In euro and GBP terms, gold is trading at €713/oz and £666/oz and has risen sharply in these currencies in recent days. Support for gold is currently seen at $1,040/oz and resistance at $1,062/oz. The record weekly close was bullish from a technical perspective but gold may need a correction and consolidation prior to challenging the next psychological level of $1,100/oz.
Gold continues to push higher and took out resistance of $1,050/oz yesterday and moved toward $1,060/oz before retreating slightly. With investors continuing to allocate funds into the gold market, the next target is likely to be an assault on the psychological $1,100/oz level. Increasing concerns of a double dip recession and of the outlook for major currencies is leading to continuing robust investment demand (significant gold ETF demand in recent days).
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