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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 1200 Would be a Big Test
Gold Hanging on by a Thread
Gold Price in a Dangerous Spot
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Gold and Commodity Updates

Quantitative Strategist David Rodriguez
David Rodriguez
Quantitative Strategist
Forecast: Dollar Faces NFPs, Euro Anticipating Greece and Risk Languishes
The week ahead of us will be driven by both frenetic speculative views and distinct event risk.
Gold Stretches Into Key Resistance - April Outlook Hinges on Fed, NFP
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Dollar Staves Off Another Reversal Risk
The Dollar took another stab at turning its eight-month bull trend this past session. However, this time around, there wasn’t a FOMC rate decision to focus the move.
Webinar: Scalps Favor Dollar Correction- EUR/USD Eyes FOMC Highs
Archive to today’s Scalp webinar & highlighted setups ahead of key US event risk this week. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
Weekly Trading Forecast: FX Volatility Climbs and So Does EURUSD
This past week's EURUSD rally was the biggest in over three years. Has the Fed turned major FX trends or is this a bout of volatile indigestion?