Weekly Outlook on Gold - 17 Oct 2022

Weekly Outlook on Gold - 17 Oct 2022
Weekly Outlook on Gold - 17 Oct 2022

by Sachin Gupta Last Updated: Dec 10, 2022 - 03:18 pm 12.6k Views

Gold prices slipped on Thursday after the U.S. CPI inflation data read higher than expected for September. However, prices recovered sharply after a low of $1648.30, tracking a broader risk-on rally that could weaken the dollar. Overall, the gold price was clouded over a week, followed by better Inflation and unemployment data. Improvement in the U.S. data witnesses another interest rate hike by the Fed in the coming month.

The central bank has increased interest rates by 300bps since March to control stubborn inflation and is likely to add another 125bps by the end of this year. Holdings of SPDR Gold Trust, the world’s largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, fell 0.12% to 944.31 tonnes on Thursday. The world’s second-largest gold miner, Barrick Gold Corp, said on Thursday that, during the year, gold production is expected to be at the lower end of its earlier forecast range.

On the COMEX division, gold prices have dropped more than 2.5% over a week to trade at the $1670 mark. Overall, the price has been trading with lower highs & lower lows that suggest pressure for the near term. On the daily chart, the price has traded below 50-Days Simple Moving Averages and also below the prior swing lows that indicates bearish momentum. On the downside, it may find support around $1630/$1600 levels. While on the upside, the resistance zone is around $1690/$1715 levels.


                                                           Weekly outlook on Gold

Weekly Outlook on Gold


On the MCX, the gold price failed the Symmetrical Triangle breakout, moved below the lower line of the pattern and also formed a Doji candlestick on Thursday's session that suggested indecisiveness among the traders. However, the price has still been holding the support of 200-days Exponential Moving Averages that shows positive strength for the long term. Moreover, price has also taken support at Middle Bollinger band formation. However, the volume has been rising in negative territory along with a negative crossover in RSI. Hence, we are expecting a sideways move in the Gold future until it closes below 50400 levels. Once the gold price remains below it, one can look for a short position for the target of Rs. 49800 & Rs. 49300 levels. On the higher side, Rs. 51300 & Rs. 51700 will act as resistance zones for the gold.     



Gold Performance in Sep'22 (%)


Important Data:

Philly Fed Manufacturing Index


Unemployment Claims


Existing Home Sales


Retail Sales m/m



Important Key Levels:




Support 1



Support 2



Resistance 1



Resistance 2



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Mr. Sachin Gupta is a Senior Research Analyst at 5paisa, based in Mumbai. He has over 10 years of experience in Equity, Commodity research and strategies. 


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