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Gold price to climb towards the $1857/83 area - Credit Suisse

FXStreet notes that gold has set a base above $1755/65 after retesting long-term support at $1682/71. Strategists at Credit Suisse expect XAU/USD to rise towards the $1835 mark.

“Gold has retested and again held key support at $1682/71 - the 38.2% retracement of the entire 2015/2020 bull market and the recent and June 2020 lows - and the subsequent break above $1755/65 has seen a near-term ‘double bottom’ base established.”

“We look for a recovery back to $1835, potentially the 200-day average and downtrend at $1857/83, but with a fresh cap expected here for now.”

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