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GOLD BULLION held flat in dull summer-time trade again in London on Tuesday, moving in a tight 0.3% range either side of $1333 per ounce as world stockmarkets extended their gains of the last month.   Silver also held flat just above 2-week lows, priced at $19.60 in wholesale bullion trade as base metals slipped and European government bond prices eased back, nudging yields higher.   Platinum traded 2% below last week's new 12-month high, holding...
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GOLD PRICES sank at their fastest pace 4 months Friday lunchtime in London, retreating below $1350 per ounce – and erasing all the week's previous 1.2% gains vs the Dollar – after the US reported much stronger-than-expected jobs growth for July.   US non-farm payrolls expanded by 255,000 on the government's first estimate, way above analysts' consensus forecast of 180,000.
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GOLD PRICES jumped and world stock markets rose with all major government bonds on Thursday after the Bank of England made its first change to UK interest rates in over 7 years by cutting to a new all-time low of 0.25% and announcing up to $220 billion-worth of new quantitative easing following the Brexit referendum result.   Gold prices jumped over 2% for UK investors as the Pound dropped over 2 cents to the Dollar, falling beneath $1.3550.
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GOLD and SILVER prices rose as Asian and European stockmarkets fell on Tuesday, with gold touching 3-week highs at $1360 per ounce as major government bond prices also fell, driving borrowing yields higher from their recent new record lows.   The Reserve Bank of Australia today cut it main interest rate to a new all-time low of 1.50%.    Futures markets in the US closed Monday putting the odds of a Federal Reserve rate rise to 0.75% at the Septem...
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GOLD and SILVER prices rose against a falling US Dollar after the Bank of Japan announced smaller-than-expected policy stimulus and more analysts revised their forecasts sharply higher following this year's 26% and 45% gains to date.   Gold slipped versus the Euro and Yen however, erasing the last of this month's earlier gains to match Dollar and Sterling prices with no change for July – only the third month to miss a substantial rise in 2016 so ...
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GOLD BULLION rose in a tight trading range Wednesday in London, regaining last week's close of $1325 per ounce after new US data – released before today's July interest-rate decision from the Federal Reserve – showed orders for fridges, washing machines and other durable goods sinking 4% in June, the worst drop in almost two years.
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GOLD PRICES extended its hard drop on Monday following Friday's strong US jobs data, while global stock markets rose with commodities, writes Steffen Grosshauser at BullionVault.   Gold traded between $1330 and $1338 per ounce after experiencing its worst drop in 4 months on Friday's better-than-expected US payrolls report.
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GOLD MINING shares slipped from 3-year highs as bullion prices stalled near mid-July's two-year Dollar highs on Wednesday, while Asian stockmarkets closed sharply lower once more but Japanese government bonds steadied from the last 3 days' sell-off.   Western equities also stabilized as European banking shares rallied.   US crude oil held below $40 per barrel. Silver retreated 1% from yesterday's pop to 1-month highs at $20.78 per ounce.
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GOLD FELL but silver rose again on Monday in London as European stock markets failed to follow Asian shares higher to new 1-year highs, write Steffen Grosshauser and Adrian Ash at BullionVault.   Gold prices traded between $1346 and $1351 per ounce, holding below the $1355 hit last Friday – the highest level since 12 July.
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BUY GOLD prices rose to 2-week highs against the Dollar on Thursday as the US currency fell following yesterday's "no change" decision on Federal Reserve interest rates and QE.   Gold priced in Dollars touched $1344 per ounce in London wholesale trade, making it the most expensive to buy since July 14 – one week after the 2-year highs hit in the aftermath of the UK's Brexit referendum result.   Prices in Euro and Sterling terms also rose, adding ...
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GOLD PRICES retreated from an overnight rally in London trade Tuesday, dropping back below $1320 and hitting 2-week lows vs the Yen as the Japanese currency soared on speculation that the Bank of Japan won't unleash extra stimulus in Friday's policy announcement.   Betting on US interest-rate futures again put the odds of a rise to 0.75% at Wednesday's Federal Reserve meeting at less than 1-in-20.
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