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    • GOLD, XAU/USD, NFPS, TREASURY YIELDS, FEDSPEAK, TECHNICAL ANALYSIS - TALKING POINTS: Gold prices fell as the US Dollar & 2-year bond yield climbed XAU/USD eyeing non-farm payrolls, volatility risk is elevated Near-term trend remains bearish as retail traders remain long Gold prices fell slightly over the past 24 hours, driven by a climb in the US Dollar alongside front-end Treasury yields. The anti-fiat yellow metal can be quite sensitive to the direction of the Greenback and bond rates, especially when both are heading in the same direction. The 2-year yield continued recovering from sizeable losses towards the end of last month on Omicron Covid-19 variant woes. During Thursday’s Wall Street session, a slew of Fedspeak reiterated the possibility of a more hawkish central bank. Raphael Bostic, president of the Atlanta branch, noted that policy will be guided by data. Meanwhile, Mary Daly, president of the San Francisco branch, noted that the central bank ‘may need to’ taper asset purchases faster than anticipated. XAU/USD is thus turning its focus to Friday’s non-farm payrolls report. A strong employment report, particularly if average hourly earnings surprises higher, could further boost hawkish monetary policy expectations. That may cause the US Dollar to climb alongside front-end government bond yields. This could spell trouble for the anti-fiat yellow metal, raising volatility risk over the coming 24 hours. Check out the DailyFX Economic Calendar for more key events! GOLD TECHNICAL ANALYSIS On the 4-hour chart, gold remains in a near-term downtrend since topping in the middle of November. Guiding XAU/USD lower has been the near-term 20- and 50-period Simple Moving Averages (SMAs). These may come into play in the event of a turn higher, pivoting prices back lower. Positive RSI divergence is showing that downside momentum is fading, and that can at times precede a turn higher. Otherwise, downtrend resumption places the focus on lows from September. XAU/USD 4-HOUR CHART Chart Created Using TradingView GOLD SENTIMENT ANALYSIS - BEARISH According to IG Client Sentiment (IGCS), about 82% of retail traders are net-long gold. IGCS tends to be a contrarian indicator. Since most traders are biased higher, this suggests prices may continue falling. Furthermore, downside exposure has increased by 1.07% compared to a day ago, while decreasing by 24.37% versus last week. The combination of overall positioning and recent shifts are underscoring a bearish contrarian trading bias. *IGCS chart used from December 3rd report Written by Daniel Dubrovsky, Strategist for DailyFX.com. 3rd December 2021
    • For more up to date news on how markets will open, the latest earnings and economic news, watch IGTV live in the platform at 07:30am UK. Today’s coverage:   Indices: Up across the board with Europe booking early gains for a stronger start – BUT HK tech sub-sector index hits record low on DIDI NYSE delisting   FX: USD little move ahead of NFP data, but one little move takes AUSUSD to new 13mth low Equities: Musk sells a further $1bln worth of TSLA stock Commods: Oil up for a second day after hitting 3mth lows on OPEC+ decision. Gold and silver look more and more comfortable in short mode   https://community.ig.com/igtv/
    • Hi @funi18@Tywini, The IG IT team has escalated the issue with MT4 Team to be fixed. It is a work in progress at the moment. Alternatively you can trade on the IG platform directly on the web based platform or IG app. Thank you for your patience - Arvin
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