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The uptrends in the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average continue. Here are the key levels where you should gain exposure to these two benchmark indices.
Technical analysis shows that gold and crude oil prices should continue to rise if they can hold these key support levels.
There is strong potential to move up and retest the highs near 1.27 to 1.277 in the coming days.
Look for a break out over the next few days above $1,220 key resistance, as the precious metal pushes higher.
The S&P 500 and the Dow surged last week; investors should look for any dips or pullbacks in the coming days.
Both indices fell Monday after upswings last week.
The sterling/dollar pairing should find buyers at about the 1.2430 level this week.
Gold could rise to $1,245 or higher, and investors should look to buy on any weakness this week.
The EUR/GBP weakened following British Prime Minister Theresa May's speech about Brexit.
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