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GOLD: US Dollar Hits Supply Zone, What Next?

Here's the latest news from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell. While speaking at a conference in Portugal, Powell expressed optimism about the US economy and decreased the possibility of a recession, stating that the economy has shown resilience and is still growing, albeit at a modest pace. He acknowledged the possibility of a recession but

Gold Price Forecast: XAU/USD resilient despite Fed’s rate hike speculations on solid US data

Gold price regains momentum above $1900 despite increased odds of Fed rate hikes. US economic data underscores robust growth, pushing XAU/USD to test 200-day EMA. Treasury bond yields soar, underpinning projections of higher rates and potential headwinds for Gold demand. Gold price recovers some ground after sliding below the $1900 figure for the first time

Gold Price Forecast: XAU/USD to find a major floor at the 200-DMA of $1,856 – Credit Suisse

The decline in Gold is now on the cusp of Credit Suisse’s target of price and retracement support at $1,900/1,890. The bank analyzes XAU/USD technical outlook. Weekly close below $1,856 to reinforce the longer-term sideways range Gold has declined to our core target of $1,900/1,890 and with the rising 200-DMA seen not far below at

Breaking: ​​​​​​​Gold drops below $1,900 for the first time since mid-March

Stronger-than-expected US economic data boosts the US Dollar across the board. US Treasury yields spike higher, putting pressure on Gold. XAU/USD fell below $1,900/oz, reaching its lowest level in three months. Gold prices tumbled following the release of US economic data. XAU/USD broke below $1,900 for the first time since mid-March and fell to $1,894.

Gold Price Forecast: XAU/USD bears keep control, focus on $1,885 and Fed inflation gauge

Gold Price stays bearish near the lowest levels since March, braces for the second consecutive weekly loss. Hawkish Federal Reserve talks, upbeat United States data underpin US Dollar strength and weigh on XAU/USD. US-China jitters, Germany’s recession fears and fewer accolades for European Central Bank hawks also favor Gold sellers. China’s official PMIs, US PCE

Exciting Gold Price Forecast: XAU/USD stands firm above the $1,900 mark, while all eyes eagerly await the US PCE Price Index for a burst...

Gold price fails to attract any buyers or build on the overnight bounce from a multi-month low. Hawkish major central banks continue to act as a headwind for the non-yielding commodity. The US Dollar stands tall near a two-week high and also contributes to capping the XAU/USD. Investors keenly await the release of the US

A few months ago, DuckDuckGo launched a privacy-focused browser on macOS. Well, Windows users no longer have to miss out, as the browser has found its way onto Microsoft’s operating system. If you want a web browsing experience that protects your privacy, it could be a good time to check it out.

The browser is available as a public beta, according to a blog post from DuckDuckGo. It comes with a bunch of built-in privacy protections that could be ideal if you’re tired of trackers and cookies snooping on your internet sessions.


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More features coming soon

The cookie pop-up manager included in DuckDuckGo's Windows web browser.

If you’re moving across from another browser, you can import your bookmarks and passwords so you don’t need to start from scratch. The Windows beta doesn’t support extensions, although those are reportedly coming in the future.

Right now, the Windows beta doesn’t have all the features of the Mac, iOS, and Android versions, but the developer says “It’s getting closer to parity with those browsers every day.”

Among the things DuckDuckGo is working to bring to its Windows browser are “faster startup performance, the ability to pin tabs, HTML bookmark import, more options for the Fire Button, and additional privacy features like Fingerprinting Protection, Link Tracking Protection, and Referrer Tracking Protection.” Private password and bookmark syncing are also on the way.

To give DuckDuckGo’s Windows browser a try, you can download the public beta from the DuckDuckGo website. If you’re after a privacy-focused web browser for your Windows device, it might be just what you’re looking for.


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