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Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,267.50
  • Open: 1,266.50
  • Day's Range: 1,261.50 - 1,268.60
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RPT-GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar dips on Bernanke, shares hover By Reuters - Dec 07, 2009

* Dollar dips as Bernanke cools U.S. rate rise speculation * Asian shares flat as investors take a breather * Japan announces extra stimulus spending but shares ease * European shares set for flat ...

Global Market Wrap: Financials Drag The Market Down By LFB Forex - Dec 07, 2009

TheLFB-Forex.com A Forex Trader PortalGlobal Market Wrap: Financials Drag The Market Down Equity Futures: Dow -21.00. S&P -1.40. NASDAQ +1.00. Japan Nikkei +65.00. German Dax -5.00 U.S. Trade: U.S. ...

Deals of the day -- mergers and acquisitions By Reuters - Dec 07, 2009

Dec 7 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals involving European, U.S. and Asian companies were reported by 0400 GMT on Monday. (For Reuters columns on deals, click on) ...

UPDATE 2-Reuters Summit-Kaufman sees "speculative fervor" By Reuters - Dec 07, 2009

(Recasts, adds comments on Fed interest rate outlook, corporate bonds, big banks) By John Parry NEW YORK, Dec 7 (Reuters) - A "speculative fervor" has returned to markets after the global financial ...

Global Market Wrap: Equities Fell On Dollar Strength By LFB Forex - Dec 07, 2009

TheLFB-Forex.com A Forex Trader PortalGlobal Market Wrap: Equities Fell On Dollar Strength Equity Futures: Dow -54.00. S&P -6.90. NASDAQ -11.50. Japanese Nikkei -50.00. German Dax -11.00. European ...

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Syed Bokhari
Syed Bokhari 58 minutes ago
....shorts would be better off taking to the sidelines for the week....
Mati Sinisi
Mati Sinisi 3 hours ago
After this massive cyber attack, the USD will go down and the gold will rise (just a little bit)
Kirklander 1 hour ago
Actually, it'll be the CIA's turn.
Tim Maxwell
Tim Maxwell 4 hours ago
This rise in gold could be from hillary expected to win the election if u research thats what some people are saying so maby we start to go back down soon
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