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23/09 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

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  • Open: 1,341.15
  • Day's Range: 1,337.45 - 1,344.45
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FOREX-Yen, dollar jump on Dubai woes, but mkts calmer By Reuters - Nov 27, 2009

* Yen hits 14-year high on dollar, through 85 yen * Pro-risk trades unwound on concerns about Dubai debt * But FX and other markets steady, recover some ground * Japan finmin raises prospect of G7 ...

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FOREX-Yen, dollar jump on Dubai woes; Japan warns on FX By Reuters - Nov 27, 2009

* Yen hits another 14-year high on dollar, through 85 yen * Pro-risk trades unwound on concerns about Dubai debt * Japan finmin raises prospect of G7 joint statement on FX * But FX and other assets ...

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UPDATE 1-Dubai debt fears hammer Asia banks, builders By Reuters - Nov 27, 2009

* Banks, builders hardest hit as Dubai debt jitters spread * Dubai "shock" could prompt return to defensive stance * Worst-case losses: HSBC $611m, StanChart $177m - Goldman * Leighton says owed ...

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FOREX-Yen, dollar surge on Dubai woes; Japan warns on FX By Reuters - Nov 27, 2009

* Yen hits another 14-year high on dollar, through 85 yen * Pro-risk trades unwound on concerns about Dubai debt * Japan finmin raises prospect of G7 joint statement on FX * Stocks slide; Nikkei -3 ...

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thegold master
thegold master 1 hour ago
When i look around me everywhere...market price is much above demand-supply matchpoint. Inflation leads to high price, but in this case high price is trying to invoke inflation. Is it inertia? Whatever it is...all the QE around the world has failed to stimulate demand
Petr Gottvald
Petr Gottvald 1 hour ago
Last week you were saying how woderful money printing is for society.
M KUMAR
M KUMAR 1 hour ago
I can say for sure that some of these permabears here are permabulls. They act like they have been shorting all year long. If they were really shorting this year, they would have got their accounts wiped out by now. They are simply jealous, IMO. They don't want others to make money, maybe because they lost all their money gambling in the wrong direction, and now they want everyone else to lose money. Who knows who these people are, what their intentions are? They keep coming back with news aliases, trying to convince how gold is gonna fall. Just ignore these people, and do your own research before trading. I am done with my rant tonight. Have an awesome week ahead. :-)
T O N N E Y
T O N N E Y 1 hour ago
Unique logic...
T O N N E Y
T O N N E Y 1 hour ago
Who is right who is wrong....who will decide? neither you nor I.....definitely time will decide....so let's wait and watch...
M KUMAR
M KUMAR 1 hour ago
I am watching, and so are you! I am not going anywhere. I have been here since the beginning of this year, and I've been watching all the drama.
T O N N E Y
T O N N E Y 1 hour ago
So wait for the end of Drama......I am here don't worry...
M KUMAR
M KUMAR 1 hour ago
I'm not worried at all. I am actually confident. :-)
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M KUMAR
M KUMAR 2 hours ago
Not sure what the fear is all about. We are sitting near 52-week-high, almost 30% gain so far this year. Fundamentals are still the same. Gold will keep going up: 1414 - 1515 - 1616 - 1717 - 1818 - 1919 - 2020 + by December 2016. Relax and enjoy the Bull Run. GLTA!
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