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Gold Price

XAU/USD - Gold price is widely followed in financial markets around the world. Gold was the basis of economic capitalism for hundreds of years until the repeal of the Gold standard, which led to the expansion of a fiat currency system in which paper money doesn't have an implied backing with any physical form of monetization. AU is the code for Gold on the Periodic table of elements, and the price above is Gold quoted in US Dollars, which is the common yardstick for measuring the value of Gold across the world.

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Gold Technical Analysis & Trading Strategy

Sr. Technical Strategist Jamie Saettele, CMT
Jamie Saettele, CMT
Sr. Technical Strategist
Gold Gets Relief after Trendline Test
Gold Cracks 200 DMA and Meets Trendline
Gold Slipping Towards 200 DMA…Again
Gold Maintains Constructive Look on Swing Basis

Gold and Commodity Updates

Currency Analyst David de Ferranti
David de Ferranti
Currency Analyst
Natural Gas Prods $4.0 Ahead Of Supply Data, USD Stumble Supports Gold
Natural gas is teasing at a break of a key technical hurdle with storage data on tap over the session ahead. Meanwhile a weaker US Dollar stands to keep gold elevated.
Dollar Hits 12-Month High Versus Euro, S&P 500 Crosses 2000
The positive correlation between the world’s most liquid currency and one of its premier measures of investor appetite reflect neither a faulty gauge nor a strong rise or fa...
Gold Gets Relief after Trendline Test
Gold Vulnerable As Safe-Haven Demand Ebbs, Crude Awaiting Fresh Cues
Crude oil may lack the fundamental drive to yield a recovery, yet the magnitude of recent declines could set the commodity up for a consolidation.
Dollar Hits New 12-Month High, Forecasts for Early Fed Hike Building
The Dollar is looking more and more robust. Despite a hearty appetite for risk assets to start the week (working against the greenback’s safe haven status) and little sign that the market was re-pricing its Fed forecasts, the greenback gapped up to open the week.