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GOLD PRICES recovered one-third of this week's 2.4% drop from 16-month highs above $1300 per ounce on Thursday in London, rallying as the Dollar paused its rise following weaker US jobs data.   Silver again extended the move in gold, jumping 2.5% from yesterday's 1-week low to touch $17.61 per ounce as the start of New York trading approached.
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GOLD BULLION erased an overnight 0.6% gain versus the falling Dollar in London on Tuesday, trading back at $1232 per ounce as Asian stock markets shrugged off yesterday's drop in US equities but European shares held flat ahead of tomorrow's Federal Reserve decision on US interest rates.   Major government bond prices ticked higher, nudging yields down, as commodities steadied.
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GOLD BULLION dipped below $1280 per ounce in London trade Wednesday, retreating more than 2% from Monday's near 18-month high before jumping over $10 after new data showed the US economy added the fewest jobs since January 2014 last month.   World stock markets fell once again, and the US Dollar slipped from its highest FX rate versus the Yen in more than a week, also touching a fresh 9-month low versus the Euro.
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GOLD PRICES held unchanged from last week's close in London trade Tuesday, returning from the May Bank Holiday at $1295 per ounce as world stock markets fell with a weakening US Dollar.   European stock markets returned from May Day to drop 1.5%, while commodity prices extended yesterday's 1% fall.   Tokyo's Nikkei index yesterday sank over 3% to start Japan's Golden Week holidays more than 15% down for 2016 to date.
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BUY GOLD prices headed for their 4th sharpest weekly rise of 2016 to date on Friday in London, coming within $2 per ounce of March's 13-month peak as world stock markets fell with the US Dollar and commodities edged higher again.   The Dollar fell near 3-month lows against the British Pound and 2-week lows versus the Euro after first-quarter data showed GDP across the 19-nation Eurozone – the world's single largest economic bloc – growing faster ...
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GOLD PRICES touched a 1-week high Thursday lunchtime in London, reaching $1259 per ounce as the Dollar fell with world stockmarkets as the Bank of Japan followed yesterday's "no change" decision from the US Fed by also voting to maintain current policy, rather than increase stimulus.   Tokyo's Nikkei index sank 3.6% by the close, while European equities dropped over 1% after the Tokyo central bank held QE money creation at a record pace of $740 b...
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GOLD and SILVER bullion held firm ahead of the US Federal Reserve's latest policy decision, due later on Wednesday,    Asian stock markets slipped and European equities held flat as the start of New York trade approached.   The S&P 500 index of America's largest listed businesses closed last night 3.2% higher from the last Fed announcement in mid-March.
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GOLD PRICES held flat Monday morning against a falling US Dollar, trading up to $1236 per ounce as the US currency retreated from 3-week highs versus the single currency Euro ahead of this coming Wednesday's April decision on interest rates from the Federal Reserve, writes Steffen Grosshauser at BullionVault.   Asian and European stock markets slipped and commodities dropped another 0.5% from last week's new 2016 highs, as US Treasury bond yields...
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