XAGUSD Attempt at Further Recovery Stays Beneath $26.00

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Silver has made another attempt to climb higher and has recouped some of its previous losses, but the XAGUSD pair still has a long way to go before the buyers are secure. As buyers observe the gap between central banks and mixed greenback over its peers during times of heightened risk aversion, Silver stays beneath $26.00.


XAGUSD Price Analysis – August 17

Key Levels
Resistance Levels: $27.50, $26.75, $26.00
Support Levels: $25.00, $24.50, $24.00
XAGUSD Long term Trend: Ranging
On the daily chart, the main resistance levels to watch are $26.00 and $26.75 levels, which have restricted its upside since early July. The recent low level around the daily ascending trendline at $24.50 should provide instant support in the case of an unforeseen downturn.

If the $26.00 and $26.75 barrier fails to hold, silver prices may be ready to move further in the medium to long term. The market action has generally been consolidating beneath the $26.00 levels during the last few days. A steady rise towards the February 1 highs could be feasible if it breaks above the $27.50 mark.
XAGUSD Short term Trend: Ranging
On the 4-hour chart, silver appears to be constrained by a big technical hurdle at $25.80. If the barrier holds, XAGUSD is anticipated to find support near the $25.30 level, slowing the bears and expanding gains against the US Dollar in the short term, thanks to the 4-hour moving average of 13.

In the meantime, bears are unlikely to win the market. The upward range between $26.00 and $26.75 might be a potential upside goal. A persistent break below, on the other hand, could signal bullish exhaustion, putting the pair at risk of breaching the major $25.00 psychological mark.


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