OANDA:XPDUSD   CFDs on Palladium
After dipping 4.6% at two-moth low on Tuesday (29.03.22), to 2032.97, Palladium rose another 4.4% on Wednesday(30.03.22), when the pessimism regarding the peace talks between Ukraine and Russia increased. Russia is the biggest exporter of palladium, responsible for 40% of its global supply. Increased economic sanctions on Russia will deepen the scarcity of the metal on the global market.

If the bullish move continues, the price most likely will test its 20 SMA and its previous resistance at 2600. If not, it will probably attack its low from Tuesday at 2032.97,in any eventual progress of the peace talk between Ukraine and Russia. MACD's histogram is entering bullish territory as well, but the two moving averages of the indicator have not crossed yet. RSI is also currently indecisive.

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