Oil prices rebounded slightly on Friday but are still expected to show losses for the week due to concerns about slowing growth in the US and China. US crude futures rose 2.7% to $70.41 per barrel, while the Brent contract increased by 2.5% to $74.33 per barrel.
Gold prices took a break
2019-11-11 • Updated
On the daily chart of gold, there is a desperate struggle for an important level $1,286. There is an intermediate 127.2% target in the AB = CD pattern. The bulls' win will lead to the continuation of the rally. In contrast, their defeat can lead to the development of the correction towards $1,260.
On the hourly chart of gold, buyers need to test the upper border of the ledge in the "Splash and Ledge" pattern ($1,292). The drop of quotes below the support at $1,278 per ounce will activate the expanding wedge pattern and can potentially lead to the pullback towards $1,260.
Recommendations: hold longs (BUY $1278 SL $1263 TP1 $1312 TP2 $1340),
BUY 1260 SL 1245 TP 1300.
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