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Gold on the turn?
There's been a strong overnight bounce for gold, following on from Friday’s failed attempt to break below the March low of $1208. There is a good chance that we could start to see gold come back to strength this week, yet the key indicator would be a closed hourly candle above $1244.
For the time being, trendline resistance around $1231 is going to be the chief challenge to overcome if this bounce is to sustain.