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Gold Futures - Aug 14 (GCQ4)

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1,307.20 +16.40    (+1.27%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

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  • Open: 1,292.90
  • Day's Range: 1,291.20 - 1,308.60
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UPDATE 7-Citi posts per-share loss, still playing catch-up
By Reuters - Oct 15, 2009

* Q3 shr loss 27 cents; Wall St view loss 38 cents * Credit losses $8.0 billion vs $4.9 bln a year ago * Securities and banking revenue down 33 pct * Total assets rise 2 pct from Q2 to $1.89 trillion...

European stocks edge higher; Nokia tumbles
By Reuters - Oct 15, 2009

* FTSEurofirst 300 ends roller-coaster session up 0.1 pct * Nokia tumbles 11 percent on surprise loss, big writedown * Sainsbury surges 10 percent on renewed takeover talk * Index's P/E ratio at ...

WRAPUP 1-Russia's economy shows tentative signs of revival
By Reuters - Oct 15, 2009

* Industrial output grows 5.1 pct on month in Sept * Reserves reach highest level since early January * Growth depends on corporate financing, domestic demand By Lidia Kelly MOSCOW, Oct 15 (Reuters)...

FOREX-Dollar gains vs. yen as U.S. data point to recovery
By Reuters - Oct 15, 2009

* U.S. economic data mostly helps bolster dollar * Dovish U.S. FOMC minutes still weigh on dollar * Trichet does not help euro but single currency recovers * Dollar index earlier touches 14-month ...

GRAINS-Corn, soybeans fall as harvest set to resume
By Reuters - Oct 15, 2009

* Weather forecast weighs on corn, soy futures * Corn prices fall 2.4 percent, soybeans down 1.6 percent * Wheat futures setting back from 2-1/2 month high (Recasts with U.S. trading, adds details, ...

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AuAg Tradevestor Jul 26, 2014 03:04PM GMT
Gold’s weak season runs from late May to late July, the time of the year devoid of regular surges in gold demand. I’ve long called these the summer doldrums. Gold tends to drift sideways to lower on balance in June and July, spawning a dark sentiment wasteland where everyone either forgets about gold entirely or starts to loathe it. Sound familiar? While gold bottoms seasonally in early July, it still languishes until late July. Adam Hamilton, CPA
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AuAg Tradevestor Jul 26, 2014 03:07PM GMT
Cont. from above. -- August, which is almost upon us, is actually gold’s second strongest month of the year on average with a 2.7% gain. Then September is the third strongest, with a slightly lower (before rounding) 2.7% gain too. And then after October’s seasonal slump, November is actually gold’s strongest month of the calendar year at +3.3% on average. Now is a great time to buy precious metals with gold’s best months of the year nearing!

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AuAg Tradevestor Jul 26, 2014 02:38PM GMT
When fundos and TA line up it points the way to great profit.)))
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