Gold suddenly exploded violently

Rancy-SuperTrend Updated   
OANDA:XAUUSD   Gold Spot / U.S. Dollar
Gold prices traded actively for the fourth day in a row on Thursday and are currently hovering just below the $1,920 region, or near a two-week high hit the previous day. However, XAU/USD lacks bullish confidence, needing caution before continuing the recent bounce from the $1,885 region or the lowest since March 13 and hitting this week's top.

Amid worsening economic conditions in China, a series of manufacturing surveys released on Wednesday painted a bleak picture of the health of the global economy. Furthermore, dismal macro data for the United States (US) showed that business activity in the country with the largest economy in the world approached the point of stagnation in August.
The world gold price gained modestly after a series of quiet days thanks to the weakening of the USD. Early this morning, the US Dollar Index, which measures the volatility of the greenback, fell 0.19%, increasing the attractiveness of gold to buyers holding other currencies.

The precious metal will face some significant challenges in the short term. Short-term Treasuries currently offer yields around 5%, which is significant competition for gold, which offers no yield and costs money to hold.
SELL XAUUSD : 1922 - 1924

SL: 1926

TP1: 1917
TP2: 1912
Running +25pip ✅✅
Trade closed: target reached:
Plan SELL Close Full Hit TP2 + 110pips
The BRICS will move forward using the trading currency below the dollar.
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