Gold has been considered a highly valuable commodity for millennia and the gold price is widely followed in financial markets around the world. Most commonly quoted in US Dollars (XAU/USD), gold price tends to increase as stocks and bonds decline. The metal holds its value well, making it a reliable safe-haven. Improve your technical analysis of live gold prices with the real-time XAU/USD chart, and read our latest gold news, expert analysis and gold price forecast.
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#Gold prices trying to stay afloat around $1,500 with $XAUUSD maintaining its #trading range since August. The upcoming #FederalReserve interest rate is paramount to which direction the #commodity heads next. Lots of other CB’s on the docket too this week. https://t.co/Yd2iO3rMI3
Global markets decoded new #podcast episode with Simon Popple of Brookville Capital, who walks us through the gold and silver markets, which have recently rallied to multi-year highs amid a resurgence of global volatility. Tune in here: https://t.co/gknNF3diTc https://t.co/hTjlT1hUqo
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