• The risk-on mood continues to weigh on the commodity’s safe-haven status.
  • Sliding US bond yields undermined the USD and extended some support.

Gold extended its sideways consolidative price action on Tuesday and remained confined in a narrow trading band, below the key $1500 psychological mark.
A combination of diverging forces failed to provide any meaningful impetus, or assist the precious metal to build on the previous session's modest uptick, rather led to a subdued/range-bound movement through the early European session on Tuesday.

Traders remain on the sidelines

Against the backdrop of a partial trade deal between the US and China, the prevalent risk-on mood was seen as one of the key factors exerting some pressure on traditional safe-haven assets and kept a lid on any attempted move up by the commodity.
The downside, however, remained cushioned, at least for the time being, amid a sharp fall in the US Treasury bond yields, which eventually undermined the US Dollar demand and extended some support to the dollar-denominated commodity – Gold.
This coupled with firming market expectations that the Fed will cut interest rates again at its upcoming monetary policy meeting on October 29-30 might further collaborate towards limiting any deeper losses for the non-yielding yellow metal.
Hence, it will be prudent to wait for a sustained move in either direction before traders start positioning for any meaningful intraday move amid relatively thin US economic docket, featuring the only release of Empire State Manufacturing Index.

Technical levels to watch


Today last price 1494.93
Today Daily Change 1.74
Today Daily Change % 0.12
Today daily open 1493.19
Daily SMA20 1500.66
Daily SMA50 1507.26
Daily SMA100 1446.61
Daily SMA200 1371.61
Previous Daily High 1496.96
Previous Daily Low 1482.98
Previous Weekly High 1516.85
Previous Weekly Low 1474.2
Previous Monthly High 1557.03
Previous Monthly Low 1464.61
Daily Fibonacci 38.2% 1491.62
Daily Fibonacci 61.8% 1488.32
Daily Pivot Point S1 1485.13
Daily Pivot Point S2 1477.07
Daily Pivot Point S3 1471.16
Daily Pivot Point R1 1499.11
Daily Pivot Point R2 1505.02
Daily Pivot Point R3 1513.08



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