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Gold Prices May Fall as Cooling Italy Fears Boost Yields, US Dollar

Gold Prices May Fall as Cooling Italy Fears Boost Yields, US Dollar

2018-10-03 07:00:00
Ilya Spivak, Head Strategist, APAC
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GOLD & CRUDE OIL TALKING POINTS:

  • Gold prices soar but easing Italian budget fears may cap further gains
  • Crude oil prices mark time at key resistance after Iran-linked upswing
  • EIA inventory data may pass quietly if outcome echoes API projection

Gold prices surged as turmoil in Italy soured risk appetite, weighing on bond yields and boosting the relative appeal of non-interest-bearing assets epitomized by the yellow metal. The markets scrambled after Italian lower house budget committee head Claudio Borghi said Rome could solve its fiscal problems if it were to have its own currency. Crude oil prices languished in digestion mode after yesterday’s fireworks.

GOLD MAY FALL IN RISK-ON TRADE, EIA DATA ON TAP

Looking ahead, an upturn in risk appetite may send gold lower anew. Prices held up in Asia Pacific trade as Italy stepped back from the brink, triggering a surge in EUR/USD that echoed as broader US Dollar weakness. That helped underpin anti-fiat alternatives but support may evaporate as ebbing Eurozone instability worries boost yields and reinforce Fed rate hike prospects. Indeed, S&P 500 futures are pointing upward.

Meanwhile, EIA inventory flow data will be in focus for crude oil prices. Economists expect to see that stockpiles added 876.8k barrels last week. Analogous API data published yesterday registered a gain of 907k million barrels, making the case for a broadly in-line outcome. That may translate into another day of inconclusive trade, particularly if the influence of risk-on flows clashes with that of a stronger greenback.

Learn what other traders’ gold buy/sell decisions say about the price trend!

GOLD TECHNICAL ANALYSIS

Gold prices launched sharply higher to retest defining resistance in the 1211.05-14.30 area (range top, trend line from mid-April). A daily close above this barrier would neutralize the near-term bearish bias and open the door for a retest of the 1235.24-41.64 zone. Alternatively, a move below the September 28 swing low at 1180.86 exposes the mid-August bottom at 1160.37.

Gold price chart - daily

CRUDE OIL TECHNICAL ANALYSIS

Crude oil prices paused to digest gains after pushing into the 75.00-77.54 resistance area (August 2011 – June 2012 lows, 76.4% Fibonacci expansion). Breaking above the region’s upper boundary opens the door for a test of the 100% level at 81.58. Alternatively, a turn back below the 75.00 figure targets the 50% Fib at 73.02.

Crude oil price chart - daily

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--- Written by Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist for DailyFX.com

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