Also we can make a note that for the first time since 2013, gold is defended above WMA100 and WMA500, and is challenging the 200.
In my view, it is likely that June rate-hike is definitely off the table and what remains is is the rate-hike timing in July. In lights of recent events (World's back growth forecast downgrade, Various countries' central banks programs, Stock market pullbacks as reaction towards global eco uncertainties, and Brexit), hence it is strategically safe to prematurely guess that july is likely to be off, which might send gold further up but not too much as the market in the past 3 weeks since bad NFP data has tried to price in the No-June-Rate-hike event. If this happens, what remains is Brexit event which will definitely be a coin-toss event, or some might say a "black-swan-effect' event. (see http://www.investopedia.com/terms/b/blackswan.asp). Unless of course the polls which have gained momentum for "leave" can switch side to "remain". Until then, the increasing likelihood of Brexit happening will continue to stir global market fear and force them into safe-haven assets for a moment.