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GOLD: Gold is down $1.17 at $1322.13 after rising to $1337.26 yesterday and has
slightly risen but not as much as would be expected in the session following
news N. Korea have threatened to use a nuclear bomb to sink the whole of Japan.
Highly cautious trade through markets with speculation post hurricane Irma and
U.N meetings that markets may have peaked with strong trade in the beginning of
the week but gold still hovers just shy of the highest level since Sept 2016.
- Gold closed last week at $1346.35 and opened in Asia on Monday at around
$1340, yesterday it hit a low of $1321 but today moved down further to around
- MNI technical analysis sees support at *SUP 1: $1318.9 - Hourly support Sept
14 and resistance at $1329.4 - Hourly support Sept 13. Fresh 2017 and 12mth
highs lacked follow through Friday with bears taking comfort in the gapping move
lower Monday that eased bullish pressure and confirms focus on $1294.6-1313.9
where the 21-DMA is located. Below $1294.6 is needed to target 55 ($1274.2) &
100 ($1264.6) DMAs. Bulls need a close above $1234.8 to ease bearish pressure
and above $1242.1 to target $1375.1 2016 highs.