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    Gold - 21 May 2012

    One move lower to 1574.15 or 1556.39 is anticipated while below 1594.75 - 1603.63 area. Stop loss above 1615.34 zone.

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    Gold - 21 May 2012

    Supports / Resistances
    Res 2 1,615.3400
    Ex-High 1,597.5800
    Res 1 1,603.6300
    Pivot 1,585.8700
    Sup 1 1,574.1500
    Ex-Low 1,568.1000
    Sup 2 1,556.3900

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    The course is back above 1620 points. Indicators are generally bullish. But, in case of the return of the course under 1600 points, then I will advise to wait for a downward break of 1580 points for treating only short positions on parity.

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    Gold rose again on Wednesday by 1.07% to $1,634; silver also increased by 3.81% to $29.49. During the month gold traded up by 4.48% and silver by 6.24%



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    All indicators are bearish. I maintain to trade only short positions on parity as the course will be located below the 1580 points.
    Breaks upward from 1560 to 1540 then offer new sell signals for an extended bullish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FX-MT View Post
    All indicators are bearish. I maintain to trade only short positions on parity as the course will be located below the 1580 points.
    Breaks upward from 1560 to 1540 then offer new sell signals for an extended bullish.
    China also brought some big headlines as Bank of China cut the interest rates by 0.25 percent points to 6.31 for the first time since 2008. Jobless claims decline to 377k. On today's agenda: U.S trade balance report, Canadian Trade Balance, Chinese CPI, Canada's Employment Report and Great Britain PPI Input.


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    Default Battle At OPEC Over Output

    The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is meeting today in Vienna, Austria to discuss current output levels. However there is already a big disagreement over whether the current levels should be raised or lowered.

    Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates want output limits to be raised by 500,000 barrels per day, however Iraq, Angola, and Venezuela believe there is an oversupply and want it lowered. Countries who’s regimes are almost solely supported by their oil revenues want the price to rise to make as much money as they can as fast as they can, while the countries who want higher supply (and therefore lower price) are focusing on long-term global economic growth and not the survivability of their own regimes.
    The discussions also center around the pending European Union boycott of Iranian oil coming into force on July 1.

    Abdalla El-Badri, secretary-general to OPEC, said in Vienna today that “there is some oversupply in the [crude oil] market”.
    OPEC sets supply quotas to try to stabilize prices as high as they can without hurting economic growth. Their current limit is 30 million barrels per day, however current output is actually around 31.9 million barrels per day exceeding their ceiling limits and at a 4-year high in output

    http://www.goldoilsilver.com/battle-...utput/06/2012/

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