Speculation persists regarding the Bank of Japan's potential departure from negative interest rates, yet the USD/JPY maintains its position within a 150–152 range for seven consecutive sessions. Caution is warranted due to a weaker-than-expected Q3 GDP, a slump in imports, and...
Gold Trade Update
2021-08-30 • Updated
Gold managed to post further gains at the end of last week's trading amid fears of Covid19-Delta variant, in addition to the Federal Reserve's remarks about QE tapering. Despite multiple hawkish remarks by non-voters including Bullard, the Fed's chairman made it clear that tapering is coming later this year, but the Fed is not in a rush to taper. Such remarks were enough for gold to break above 1800, all the way to 1811 target mentioned in our previous reports. With that being said, our medium-term long positions from 1730 which was issued few weeks ago has +$80 profit so far and it would be wise to move our stop loss now to 1780 to reserve more profit and protect our positions. In the meantime, Gold may retrace to retest $1800 support area, but its likely to hold before the next leg higher, which may test $1830 later this week.
The Federal Reserve decided unanimously to maintain interest rates at 5.25-5.50%, a highly anticipated move that retains significant implications for monetary policy's future course. Despite this decision, the FOMC refrained from definitively ruling out potential future rate hikes, leaving room for policy adjustments.
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