Heading into next week (June 13 - 17), all eyes are on the Fed with the FOMC policy meeting on tap for Wednesday. Fed fund futures are factoring a zero percent chance that the central bank will raise rates and we’ll be expecting most of the volatility to come by way of the statement and subsequent presser with Chair Janet Yellen (DailyFx). "We’ll take a more neutral stance heading into next week’s key interest rate decision with a general long-bias favored while above this week’s low at 1235. A breach higher from here targets subsequent topside objectives at 1293 & 1301 (2015 high-week & high-day closes) with more significant resistance seen at the convergence of the 200-week moving average and a sliding parallel extending off the February high". (Boutros, DailyFx).
Gold touched a fresh two-week high on Wednesday as the possibility of an early US interest rate hike appeared to dim following dovish comments by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen earlier this week. Yellen gave a largely upbeat assessment for the US economy on Monday and said interest rate increases were coming, but investors focused on her lack of guidance about when. We stay long for 1280.00 in the near term and 1335.00 in the long term. (Grwoth Aces, FxStreet) .
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