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Gold Trend 30/11

Gold closed at 1783 near the bottom of the range yesterday. The day opened near 1790 and the price had been climbing until it touched day-high at 1799 at the European session. Once the price was rejected by 1800, the pullback began. The price slid all the way to day-low at 1780, with the day ended near 1784, down by USD 6.

Althought the price has been under selling pressure after the price was rejected by 1815 last Fri, it is in line with our expectation overall as it has been trading within the 1782-96(1) range throughout the day. Notice, the price has broken out from the newly formed downward resistance line(3) early in the Asian session today. The selling momentum that originated from last Friday will slow down for the moment. Expect the price to remain within the range of 1780-96 for today and the resistance at 1800-03(2) is still valid.

The horizontal range has been widened to 1780-1800(5) after the rebound yesterday on the daily chart. It is the first time the gold market closed below 1788(4) since the price fell from 1860, reflecting most of the buying support/orders near 1780 are slowly being absorbed by the market at the moment. The price will stay within 1780-1800(5) for today and the price may escape this range in the next 48 hours.

S-T Resistances:

Market price: 1789

S-T Supports:

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