Gold Price Analysis: XAU/USD looks north towards $1900 if the key $1871 support holds

So far this Friday, the danger sentiment remains tepid amid stabilizing crypto markets and renewed covid concerns, which helps gold price to recover towards $1880. Defending the key support at $1871 is critical for XAU/USD bulls, as $1900 beckons, FXStreet’s Dhwani Mehta briefs.

See – Gold Price Analysis: XAU/USD has the $1959/66 resistance zone in its crosshairs – Credit Suisse

US Markit PMIs eyed for subsequent trading impetus
“The sentiment around gold price remains underpinned by the continued rise in gold exchange-traded funds inflows and a bearish consolidation within the US dollar alongside yields. Rising inflation expectations also keep the inflation-hedge gold somewhat buoyed.”

“Later within the day, the US Markit Manufacturing and Services PMIs are going to be closely watched for fresh hints on the economic activity, impacting the market mood and therefore the dollar’s price action.”

“Bulls are defending the weekly rising trendline support at $1871, which also coincides with the 21-simple moving average (SMA). A four-hourly candlestick closing below the latter could negate the bullish potential within the near-term, opening floors for a test of the 50-SMA at $1850. subsequent powerful support is seen at $1823, where the 100-SMA aligns.”

“Any bounce could meet initial resistance at Thursday’s high of $1884, above which the multi-month tops of $1890 could inherit play. A decisive break above $1900 is required to increase the recent upbeat momentum towards the January 8 high of $1918.”

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