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It was a dramatic night on the political landscape with President Trump’s return to the White House, but in the markets, it was a quiet night ahead of a slow day for data.  The only notable event on the calendar is a 10:40 eastern speech by Fed Chair Powell.

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While the S&P 500 has convincingly moved back above its 50-DMA and traded to its highest level since September 16th, gold still has about another 1.5% to go to get back above its own 50-DMA.  Gold prices have rallied $80 (4%) off their recent lows, but in the process are now bumping up right against a short-term downtrend from its recent high.  How gold reacts in the next couple of days will answer whether this most recent bounce results in a fourth lower high or the beginning of a new leg higher.

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