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    • GOLD SUFFERS MILD DECLINE FOLLOWING GROWING US-CHINA TENSIONS Gold (XAU/USD) dipped in the early Asia trading session on Monday as growing US-China tensions continue to influence demand on the safe-haven asset. Gold futures shed about 0.47% reaching a low of $1,724 just a few hours ago. The precious metal failed to hold on to its gains from last week’s session. Stocks, which are generally expected to move in the opposite direction of gold, were trapped in a bout of uncertainty with Chinese stocks suffering serious losses at the open of the session. According to reports, investors’ risk sentiment declined following China’s decision to formally table national security laws for Hong Kong and Macau as the National People’s Congress opened on Friday. This announcement caused citizens of Hong Kong to take to the streets in protest on Sunday. The protesters were met with heavy resistance from the police who fired water cannons to disperse them. The tension between the world powers escalated after Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, said on Sunday night that the US was nearing a ”new Cold War” with China following President Trump’s threat of ‘strong action’ should the proposed law be enacted. This threat was followed by the US Commerce Department blacklisting 33 Chinese entities on Friday. XAUUSD – Daily Chart Gold (XAU) Value Forecast — May 25 XAU/USD Major Bias: Bullish Supply Levels: $1,745, $1,763, and $1,797 Demand Levels: $1,722, $1,717, and $1,700 The XAU/USD was met with a soft decline to the $1,720’s level as projected last week. Gold has resumed on its upwards move to the anticipated $1,740 level. However, gold has to stay above $1,722 to confirm its bullish momentum. A break below that level could send the price down to $1,700 – $1,695 levels rapidly. Overall such reality seems very unlikely for gold in the time being.   Source: https://learn2.trade 
    • USD/JPY CONSOLIDATES BELOW LEVEL 108, BREAKOUT LIKELY Key Resistance Levels: 111.000, 112.000, 113.000 Key Support Levels: 104.000, 103.000, 102.000 USD/JPY Price Long-term Trend: Ranging The pair is currently in a sideways move between the levels of 110 and 108. The Yen was in an uptrend but it is facing resistance at level 108. The pair is on a downward move as a result of the resistance at level 108. The Yen may reach a low of level 106 if the selling pressure continues. USD/JPY – Daily Chart Daily Chart Indicators Reading: The 21-day SMA and 50-day SMA are sloping horizontally indicating the sideways move. The Yen is currently at level 51 of the daily Relative Strength Index. The Japanese Yen is still in the uptrend zone and above the centerline 50. The market is currently falling after resistance. USD/JPY Medium-term Trend: Bullish The USD/JPY pair is trading in a bear market. Recently, the Yen moved up but was resisted twice at level 108. On May 14, A bullish candle body tested the 0.382 Fibonacci Retracement level. As the bullish candlestick tested the 0.382 retracements, the Yen will fall and reverse at 1.618 extension level. This is equivalent to level 106. USD/JPY – 4 Hour Chart 4-hour Chart Indicators Reading The pair is below 80% range of the daily stochastic. This implies that the market is in a bearish market. This is a confirmation to the price action which is indicating bearish signals. The SMAs are also sloping upward indicating the upward move. General Outlook for USD/JPY The Japanese Yen is currently in a downward  move after falling from level 108. The market will fall to level 106.800 but if the selling pressure persists, the pair will reach the low of 106. Alternatively, the price will consolidates below level 108 for a breakout. Source: https://learn2.trade 
    • Descartes     it appears all the lab rats have been killed in here.  can't you just order some more?
    • what % of lab rats can handle this https://off-guardian.org/2020/05/19/10-steps-to-turn-a-pandemic-into-the-brave-new-normal/ ?
    • There is no point asking this question as we know women have now entered most of the fields of business. You might remember this ball busting study which found that women make better investors than men, because they are more risk-averse. 
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