Gold price surges in the last hour to the highest level since April 2018, above the $1350 level. What next can traders expect?
Euro price dropped yesterday after it failed to break back above 1.13. Will EURUSD weaken further towards 1.1220? Gain insight into the following analysis.
Crude oil price remains unstable after two ships carrying crude oil were attacked at the Gulf of Oman yesterday.
Gold price edges higher above $1337 through the early European session on Thursday and is currently placed at the top end of its weekly trading range.
The EURUSD price is under technical pressure while trading back under the 1.1310 level and risks further losses towards the 1.1265 level.
Ethereum price is still in the danger zone while trading below the $280.00 as the bearish head and shoulders pattern still remaining valid.
After closing at $51 on Wednesday, marking the lowest recorded closing price since January 8th, crude oil price resumes upward trend above $52.5.
Crude oil price downward spiral accelerates in early Europe, sending the prices nearly 2% lower to test the 52.00 support zone.
The Dow Jones rally loses upside momentum after it reached an intraday high of 26260. What next can traders expect? The following analysis reveals.
British pound bounced from the 50-day moving average and broke above 1.27 as the bulls are attempting to regain control.
Gold price rallies above $1335 on Wednesday and built on the previous session's goodish rebound from over one-week lows.
GBPUSD bullish momentum fades after recent political pessimism after Brexit hardliner Boris Johnson led the race to become the next UK PM.