Silver (XAGUSD) News, Page 1
- Silver15.646+0.2775(+1.8100%)15:05:33(GMT)|Real-Time Data, quoted in USD
- Day's Range15.281 - 15.683
- Subclass / SectorMetals
Gold Down Amid Better Than Expected US Retail Sales
On Tuesday, XAU/USD is trading 0.27% negative in the day at 1,410. Gold looks contained by the 1,420 resistance and supported by the 20-day moving average at 1,405.
Gold Opens the Week with Sideways as China Reports a Good GDP
Gold is currently moving in a small range between 1,410 and 1,420; the unit is 0.08% negative at 1,415. Technical indicators don’t show much upside potential for now. On the bigger picture, gold is trading sideways between 1,385 and 1,440.
Gold Fights to Stay Positive in the Day; Palladium on Consolidation Mode
Gold is trading at 1,404, 0.10% positive on the day, but the pair is losing steam as it jumped as high as 1,412 overnight. Technical indicators in the daily chart suggest more dovishness in the short term. For now, the 20-day moving average is acting as a support with the
Gold and Metals Turn Negative Amid Inflation Data and Risk Appetite
Currently, gold is trading 0.35% negative on the day at 1,413. Technical indicators are mixed with moving averages aligned to the upside but RSI and momentum showing some retracement expected.
Gold and Metals Rally as Fed’s Powell Hints a Rate Cut in July
Gold and all metals are focused on Federal Reserve’s chairman Jerome Powell testimony before the US Congress. Also, what he is saying regarding the United States economy.
Gold Focused on Speeches; Powell and Bostic to Set the Tone
XAU/USD tested the 1,385 level earlier in the session on Monday, but it wasn’t able to break down that level and the unit returned to trade at current levels around 1,395, 0.14% negative on the day.
Metal Prices: Gold Recovers Amid Fears of Indecision in the Fed
XAUUSD is now moving at 1,404, 0.35% positive on the day. Technical indicators suggest more room for the downside, but the chart pattern is showing robust middle-term support at 1,380.
Gold Focus on NFP; Ready to Close Seventh Positive Week in a Row
The metal is consolidating levels between 1,410 and 1,425 as the unit remains slightly bullish, but a firm dollar is holding the metal at current levels. All focuses are now in the employment report.
Gold Ready for More Gains; Other Metals Under Pressure
Although technical studies suggest more declines in the middle term, chart pattern still shows a bullish consolidation above the 1,380 area with the 1,440 level acting as a container.
Gold Defends the 1,380 Area Ahead of Nonfarm Payrolls Data
The market is expecting a slow and long week as the United States will be on vacation from Wednesday night until the weekend as the Fourth of July day will be on Thursday.
Gold Down Amid Trade Truce Between China and The United States
Earlier in the day, gold dropped deeper to test the 1,380.00 area for the first time since June 21. With today’s decline, gold is extending its rejection from the 1,440.00, highs since May 2013, reached on June 25.
Gold to Close Best Month Since 2016; Palladium Jumps to 3-month highs
In the month, gold is closing its best month since 2016 with over 8.0% gains and logging its second consecutive month of gains. On the quarter, XAU/USD recovered itself from early losses, and it is posting near 9.5% gains in the last three months.
Gold Extends Decline and Tests the 1.400 Level Amid China-US Trade Truce Talks
Gold is trading down for the second day in a row as investors are digesting the news that the United States and China are in talks to avoid the next round of tariff measures.
Gold Jumps to Highs Since 2013 at 1,440 and accumulates 10% gains in June
Gold jumped to fresh highs since May 2013 as dollar is trading weak. However, as market is fully priced on a Fed’s rate cut, the risk now is to the downside with any possible Dollar strength.
Gold to Highs Since 2013 on Fed, 100% of Probabilities of a Rate Cut in July
Gold is trading at highs since 2013 as the dollar is getting hurt by the notion that the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates for sure in July.