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Market updates - 19/09

Gold holds ground above $1,930, ahead of policy decisions from major central banks
Wall Street moves sideways as investors look to Fed this week.

Trading is risky.

Market updates

Gold remains steady above $1,920, focus on US data this week
Oil climbs to $90 levels, with tight supply back in focus

Trading is risky.
Market updates

Gold prices creep lower $1,912 as dollar, yields surge on hawkish Fedspeak
EURUSD dips to the lowest in over six months at prices $1.0580 - $1.0570 on weak German data and firmer dollar

Trading is risky.
Trading is risky.

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Market updates - 27/09

Gold price drops to over one-month low at $1,896 amid sustained USD buying, Fed rate hike expectations
US stocks sink over prospect of extended higher interest rates

Trading is risky.
Market updates - 28/09

Gold remains under pressure below $1,900 amid stronger USD, eyes on US data today
Oil prices surge to highest level in more than a year at $93

Trading is risky.
Market updates - 20/09

Gold price consolidates its recent losses to multi-month low as traders look to US PCE data
US Dollar Index hits a ten-month high at 106.82 and went for correction

Trading is risky.
Market updates - 3/10

Gold remains depressed near multi-month low at $1,820
Bitcoin climbs to $27,500 - $28,000 levels, hitting highest level since mid-August

Trading is risky.
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Market updates - 4/10

Gold and silver prices continue decline amid rising US yields
Dow loses more than 400 points and goes negative for 2023 as interest rates spike

Trading is risky.