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1,324.35 -0.25    -0.02%
26/08 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,324.60
  • Open: 1,324.95
  • Day's Range: 1,321.55 - 1,344.75
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Gold Overview

Prev. Close1,324.6
MonthDec 16
Tick Size0.1
Open1,324.95
Contract Size100 Troy Ounces
Tick Value10
Day's Range1,321.55 - 1,344.75
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolGC
52 wk Range1,046.2 - 1,376.4
Settlement Day12/28/2016
Point Value1 = $100
1-Year Return17.99%
Last Rollover Day07/24/2016
MonthsGJMQVZ

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Technical Indicators Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Buy
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os kn
os kn 35 minutes ago
Would a 0.25 rate increase hurt the price of gold?no.the concern is the markets can not see in how much time they will increase it to 3%. When ever they do it ,september or december does not matter.they will still wait for the third increase.this means there will be plenty of bear and bull times till we learn if the higher interest rates will ever come back
Charting Strategies
Charting Strategies 1 hour ago
See if this chart will load to illustrate *Up Sloping Trendline pattern and what I believe has been filled with 1317 print. If the prior peak is used...it would suggest a low of 1313 to complete. http://invst.ly/2bfyu
joe blow
joe blow 1 hour ago
Looks like it might bounce off 1290 first, before an uptrend continues.
Charting Strategies
Charting Strategies 54 minutes ago
@ joe **** I don't know. Even when I use the prior peak...I still come up with 1313. So, it shouldn't breach 1300??? The rejection yesterday was alarming and the trade feels quite *manipulated. So, I suppose anything goes. I do see why 1280's-1290's could be dealt!
Charting Strategies
Charting Strategies 52 minutes ago
OMG...I simply wrote the second part of Joe's username and it won't show b l o w? Wow
Kristofer Bath
Swede 1 hour ago
Do you think the gold will go lower or higher on Monday morning?
Mr_MarginCall
Mr_MarginCall 1 hour ago
Based on friday and that dollar failed to break 94 down i would say 80 % down, 20% up. My guess would be that market now will buy dollar based on september hike. Then when fed do not raise in september gold will turn and move higher.
Henrik Carlsson
Henrik Carlsson 51 minutes ago
So Mark according to that we could se à bounce up on monday?
Henrik Carlsson
Henrik Carlsson 50 minutes ago
Nevermind read wrong
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