XAUUSD Regained After 3 weeks of losses to attain 1193 Mark


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XAUUSD, XAU/USD, Gold, Gold bullion, commodity, commodities, precious metals, metals, gold price, gold price forecast, gold price outlook, XAUUSD analysis, XAUUSD technical analysis, XAUUSD outlook, XAUUSD price, XAU/USD analysis, XAU/USD forecast, XAU/USD outlook, XAU/USD price, XAU/USD technical analysis, XAU/USD analysis, XAUUSD forecast A close below the trendline in red could result in technical resistance and failing to break above 1197 could still mean more drops to follow for gold.

XAUUSD, XAU/USD, Gold, Gold bullion, commodity, commodities, precious metals, metals, gold price, gold price forecast, gold price outlook, XAUUSD analysis, XAUUSD technical analysis, XAUUSD outlook, XAUUSD price, XAU/USD analysis, XAU/USD forecast, XAU/USD outlook, XAU/USD price, XAU/USD technical analysis, XAU/USD analysis, XAUUSD forecast A bullish break above the 104 SMA on the H4 charts is likely to see gains extend past 1200 and 1210 resistances, with a support and difficulty in breaking lower than 1182 the key in following through for the rebound of gold that has fallen faster than expected.

The week continued strongly for the dollar as retail sales gained as U.S consumers became more willing to spend as jobs market maintained gains, falling oil prices translated into more cost savings for car owners. This week’s China HSBC Flash Manufacturing PMI to be released this Thursday could lead to a fall in demand for gold as growth is expected to slow, while the CPI data and unemployment claims in the U.S could result in mixed signals for the dollar.

Trend Direction
S3
S2
S1
R1
R2
R3
Entry
Stop Loss
Exit
 Slight Bullish 1148 1165 1182 1197 1210 1225  1189 1194 1165

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