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Gold Futures - Aug 15 (GCQ5)

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1,167.80 +4.30    +0.37%
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Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,163.50
  • Open: 1,165.80
  • Day's Range: 1,163.80 - 1,169.00
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Gold Futures Contracts
Delayed Futures - 14:14 - Sunday, July 5th
Cash 1168.39+2.441166.301169.871164.70007/03/15Q / C / O
Jul 15 1167.1+4.11163.91168.71163.816907/03/15Q / C / O
Aug 15 1167.8+4.31165.21169.31163.73443007/03/15Q / C / O
Sep 15 1168.4+4.31164.51169.31164.51407/03/15Q / C / O
Oct 15 1168.9+4.31166.31170.01166.317307/03/15Q / C / O
Dec 15 1169.2+3.41167.21171.31167.020007/03/15Q / C / O
Feb 16 1170.2+3.31169.81171.31169.5607/03/15Q / C / O
Apr 16 1172.3+4.11170.71172.31170.7207/03/15Q / C / O
Jun 16 1169.4s-5.91169.01170.81167.18807/02/15Q / C / O
Aug 16 1170.7s-6.01166.61170.71166.6407/02/15Q / C / O
Oct 16 1172.3s-6.11171.01172.31166.6307/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 16 1174.0s-6.31172.41175.61172.415407/02/15Q / C / O
Feb 17 1176.1s-6.40.01176.11176.1307/02/15Q / C / O
Apr 17 1178.2s-6.50.01178.21178.2007/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 17 1180.4s-6.60.01180.41180.4207/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 17 1188.7s-6.91185.51188.71185.5807/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 18 1198.4s-7.10.01198.41198.4007/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 18 1208.9s-7.10.01208.91208.9007/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 19 1220.3s-7.10.01220.31220.3007/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 19 1232.5s-7.00.01232.51232.5007/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 20 1245.5s-7.00.01245.51245.5007/02/15Q / C / O
Dec 20 1261.5s-7.00.01261.51261.5007/02/15Q / C / O
Jun 21 1273.5s-7.00.01273.51273.5007/02/15Q / C / O

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Latest Gold Comments

Damir Isanbirdin
Damir Isanbirdin Jul 05, 2015 06:50PM GMT
Possible breakout this week !!!! 1200 +++ !!
Damir Isanbirdin
Damir Isanbirdin Jul 05, 2015 06:54PM GMT
Carl Icahn Warns Of Stock Pullback, While Big Fund Manager Recommends Holding Gold http://www.talkmarkets.com/content/us-markets/carl-icahn-warns-of-stock-pullback-while-big-fund-manager-recommends-holding-gold?post=67742

Pawlu Deguara
Pawlu Deguara Jul 05, 2015 06:18PM GMT
1200 on the way
dead goldbug walking
dead goldbug walking Jul 05, 2015 06:31PM GMT
chanceless....mark my words...none above 1190
Pawlu Deguara
Pawlu Deguara Jul 05, 2015 06:47PM GMT
depends on what happens next...
dead goldbug walking
dead goldbug walking Jul 05, 2015 06:50PM GMT
jaunnie described it well already.......besides, gold's weakness wont go away with a "rouge state" voicing its opinion through a referendum
dead goldbug walking
dead goldbug walking Jul 05, 2015 06:52PM GMT
the yes camp might cry foul because the referendum was hurriedly held and the referendum question misunderstood by many blha blah.............if i were the european creditors...id immediately put Tsipras on ignore for a few days and let him handle the cash dry greece for even 2-3 days......he's gonna get lynched that ways...lol

Utopian fen
Utopian fen Jul 05, 2015 05:48PM GMT
Looks like a no vote with 25% reporting and gap widening! if I was a Greek government employee, I would be very worried about my next paycheck bouncing!
dead goldbug walking
dead goldbug walking Jul 05, 2015 05:53PM GMT
and i was a german.....i will not take this egg on my face well.......first the greeks take loan....then they default.....then they ask for a loan haircut along with a 20 yrs grace period!!......teach them a lesson is the order of the day....i wont care if all of the greek pensioners end up in tears and fall on the roadside posting selfies.....lol
dead goldbug walking
dead goldbug walking Jul 05, 2015 05:59PM GMT
The plan B now has to be to throw greece out of the euro project (yay...let them have another referendum if they accept the ejection or not...lol).......before THEY decide to leave the euro project........and a crisp warning to the debtor countries to behave.
dead goldbug walking
dead goldbug walking Jul 05, 2015 06:22PM GMT
the spanish and the italian bond yields should absolutely sky rocket tomorrow morning.......because they are next.........i just hope Draghi et al incorporate the commonsense of a trader who has lost a debt. I have lost a debt in the past...a big one.....but instead of trying to recover it.....i told the defaulter to accept to my terms that i shall show in my books of account that i received $1000 everyday in cash from him as debt payment.......writing off a debt off a helpless defaulter....is terrible for the creditor!.......you gain nothing except wiping off your capital and the rumours that you are OK with someone eating your money and you being OK with tolerating it.
dead goldbug walking
dead goldbug walking Jul 05, 2015 06:28PM GMT
this Tsipras is a special case!......a 2 cent roadie who has the guts to say that if we vote "no"...we will be able to get a "better" deal?......huh? And the kind of banana nation greece has appeared under Tsipras makes me wonder if the Greeks will ever be able to walk in europe with heads held high..... it is commonsense, the hand of the creditor is always above the hand of the debtor (gravity makes the coins fall from the hands of the creditor to the debtor, not upwards) even though the interest rate tries to equalize them both in stature. if a debtor tries to get fancy with politics, and violate this fundamental law....the market HAS TO crush his hand altogether.
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