Gold Futures: Room for further upside


Traders added around 2.2K contracts to their open interest positions in Gold futures markets on Thursday, reversing six consecutive daily pullbacks, according to flash data from CME Group. Volume, instead, went down for the third session in a row, this time by nearly 41K contract.

Gold now looks to $1,760

Gold prices staged a strong rebound from lows in the $1,680 area, regaining the $1,700 mark and above in past hours. Rising open interest amidst the positive price action opens the door to the continuation of the uptrend in the very near-term. Against this the next target of relevance remains at the monthly peaks around the $1,760 mark per ounce.

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