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Gold Trend 04/04

Gold eased as the USD strengthened after the employment figures last Friday. The market opened at 1937. The price was traded in a tight range between 1933-37, early in the Asian and European sessions. The drop began as the market approached the US session, and the price consolidated further after the US released its employment figures. The day ended at 1924, down by USD13.

The highs in the 1-hour chart are moving lower in the past two weeks, from 1965 the week before to last week's 1950, forming a downward resistance line(2). The price has yet to escape the 1920-50 range-bound, waiting for the pattern to break.

The structure hasn't changed much in the daily chart; traders can continue to take advantage of the tight range 1920-42 in the daily chart until the pattern breaks.

S-T Resistances:
1950
1940-41
1930

Market price: 1928

S-T Supports:
1920-18
1915
1910-08


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