Weekly analysis of global gold news and ounce prices Sunday, April 25
The price of an ounce of world gold started a downward trend yesterday after hitting the price ceiling of $ 1,795, with a fall of 0.3 to the level of $ 1,778.
The most important reason for this decline is the 2% increase in the yield on US Treasury bonds to 1.567%.
Private-sector economic activity in the United States rose significantly in April from a month earlier, according to figures released by IHS Markit. However, part of the report noted that producers were concerned about Inflation is raising prices.
New home sales in the United States rose about 20.7% in March. Analysts, meanwhile, forecast growth of 12.8 percent.
Currently, the US dollar index is on a downward trend in the range of 91 units, and this could prevent further fall in gold prices.
Last price of the day: $ 1781.61
Daytime fluctuations: 2.51-
Daytime fluctuations (٪): 0.14-
Starting price: $ 1784.12
20-day moving average: $ 1744.16
50-day moving average: $ 1748.33
100-day moving average: $ 1804.1
200-day moving average: $ 1857.18
Yesterday's highest price: $ 1797.93
Lowest price yesterday: $ 1777.48
Last week's highest price: $ 1783.85
Last week's lowest price: $ 1723.8
Last month's highest price: $ 1759.98
Last month's lowest price: $ 1676.87
Fibonacci 38.2. Daily: $ 1785.29
Fibonacci 61.8. Daily: $ 1790.12
Pivot S1 Daily: $ 1775.09
Pivot S2 Daily: $ 1766.06
Pivot S3 Daily: $ 1754.64
Pivot R1 Daily: $ 1795.54
Pivot R2 Daily: $ 1806.96
Pivot R3 Daily: $ 1815.99