Gold pushed higher last week, keeping the trading bias pointed higher; may be some stop-and-go behavior but longs should have a favorable tailwind.
With US stocks teetering around all-time highs, volatility derived from earnings season could see the major markets fluctuate between key areas. Here are the levels to watch.
Oil bears got back into the driver’s seat this week after supply disruptions from Tropical Storm Barry turned out to be less-than-feared. Can bears continue to drive?
AUDUSD triggered one of the most recognizable reversal patterns in the technical scales this past week: an inverse head-and-shoulders pattern. But is this a spark that can truly catch fire in otherwise difficult markets?
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