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Gold Futures - Dec 15 (GCZ5)

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Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,088.70
  • Open: 1,087.60
  • Day's Range: 1,079.30 - 1,102.70
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Asian Markets Extend The Global Rally
Asian Markets Extend The Global Rally
By LFB Forex - Jul 22, 2009

www.TheLFB-Forex.com The Forex Trader PortalCurrent Futures: Dow -28.00, S&P -2.80, NASDAQ +1.75Global markets continue the rally, having the major Asian indexes advance for the seventh consecutive ...

Bernanke Talk Turns Market red
Bernanke Talk Turns Market red
By LFB Forex - Jul 21, 2009

www.TheLFB-Forex.com The Forex Trader PortalCurrent Futures: Dow -15.00, S&P -5.00, NASDAQ -4.50U.S. markets declined during Tuesday’s cash session, trading in the red for the first time in sixth ...

UPDATE 1-Citadel takes over 50 pct stake in Equiduct
UPDATE 1-Citadel takes over 50 pct stake in Equiduct
By Reuters - Jul 21, 2009

* Citadel's stake "significantly" over 50 percent * Borse Berlin stake diluted, remains over 10 percent * Citadel to offer its stakes to retail banks * Sees new structure bringing more retail trading...

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james austin
james austin Aug 01, 2015 05:29AM GMT
I'm out with small profit thanks Allah ,because I have no idea what will be gold price ? 1100 or 1080 again ?
Narendra Bumb
Narendra Bumb Aug 01, 2015 10:35AM GMT
Wow Allah !
Ghoda Sandrokottos
Ghoda Sandrokottos Aug 01, 2015 10:39AM GMT
Ignorant chap !
Suneel Chunda
Suneel Chunda Aug 01, 2015 10:54AM GMT
I too also have no idea, but my Tukka Trade Zinda Bad

naresh lagadapati
naresh lagadapati Jul 31, 2015 11:58PM GMT
Commodity prices are on track for their worse monthly drop since 2011, and one NYMEX trader sees more pain ahead. ‘We’ve seen a little bit of a rebound pop here on the last day of the month, but for the moment the trend continues to be lower for commodities across the spectrum, whether it’s energy products, gold, or even base metals like copper,’ said Eric Zuccarelli, an independent metals trader. Zuccarelli said gold prices set a technical bottom last week at $1,070 an ounce, which was followed by a bounce to about $1100. ‘However that technical level really doesn’t mean anything in the larger scheme of things, and I certainly think at some point we’ll be heading lower and certainly test $1000 by the end of the year,’ said Zuccarelli, who said the strong dollar continues to weigh on the metal. Zuccarelli is also bearish on oil prices, even as crude had a slight bounce on this week’s report of a surprise drawdown of oil stocks in the U.S. ‘When you have Iraq and Saudi Arabia producing at record high levels, and combine that with the United States, the glut continues,’ he explained. He also cited the prospects of Iranian oil hitting the market, which would further disrupt the supply/demand equation. He said oil prices may touch lows hit last winter, near $40 a barrel.

John Beck
John Beck Jul 31, 2015 11:36PM GMT
Look for gold to push down to around 103+....That was the last C wave High....then a rally to maybe 113+...or more even before the final drop to 1000 or even less......This is not a short term call...this will develop over months end of the year even.
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