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SPOT GOLD – the downside remains vulnerable on risk sentiment / weak techs, geopolitical situation remains in focus for fresh signals

Gold price moved slightly higher on Friday and hit session high at $1341 but remains at the back foot following sharp fall on Thursday, when the yellow metal fell $20 on renewed risk sentiment after geopolitical tensions eased.
Daily techs lost momentum, with today’s limited recovery keeping the downside vulnerable.
Thursday’s long bearish candle (the biggest one-day fall since 28 Mar) weighs, as bears on Thursday closed below $1337 (Fibo 61.8% of $1319/$1365 upleg) and generated bearish signal.
Weekly close below $1337 would reinforce negative signal and maintain bearish near-term bias for test of $1330 support zone, loss of which could open way towards thin daily cloud which twists next week and could attract and key support at $1319 (06 Apr trough).
However, situation in Syria remains the key driver of gold and will remain in focus. Rising tensions could revive safe-haven demand and yellow metal price could surge on such scenario.

Res: 1341; 1343; 1348; 1353
Sup: 1333; 1330; 1326; 1319