Overnight market review (April 19): Gold futures prices fell in midday trading in Asia on Tuesday and Tuesday. The day before, gold futures once rose above the $2,000/oz mark, but as the dollar strengthened and hit a two-year high and the yield on 10-year U.S. Treasury bonds declined, demand for gold weakened. Entering the US stock index futures fell slightly, with little volatility. The rise in U.S. bond yields continued to curb growth stocks. Previously, the yield on the 30-year U.S. Treasury bond once reached 3%, and the yield on the U.S. 10-year Treasury bond, the benchmark yield of U.S. Treasury bonds, also rose again. Pursuing gold again ”the big line fell back” and closed at around 1949.44.
Today’s trading strategy deployment: It is recommended to do more at low levels.
All transactions involve risks, the above analysis is for reference only. When placing an order, be sure to set the lot size and remember to set the stop loss.