Gold keeps losing ground

18 September, 2017

Gold keeps losing ground

Gold keeps losing ground on Monday. The previous upward momentum lost strength at 1330 dollars per once. After facing selling resistance at the level the pair turned around and softened to 1320 last week. The spot opened in the red on Monday, gapped downwards and started a day at 1315. The price eyes a support at 1310 dollars per once loss of which would trigger further weakness towards 1300.


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