USD Weak after Durable Goods – Video Analysis

USD Weak after Durable Goods –  The  Pound is up 0.69% amid assurances for EU citizens and speculation that the government is inching toward a softer Brexit. Gold fell near one-month lows of $1,236.50 overnight, with the contract falling over $18/ounce within a minute in early European trade. Prices have since recovered to $1,243.50, as buyers stepped in following the weak U.S. durables report, and accompanying dollar sell-off.

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Senior Market Analyst


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