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Gold Futures - Feb 15 (GCG5)

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1,195.80 +1.00    (+0.08%)
19/12 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,194.80
  • Open: 1,198.20
  • Day's Range: 1,193.90 - 1,201.40
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Gold Analysis

Kenny Fisher
Gold Stays Steady Close To $1200
By Kenny Fisher - Dec 19, 2014

Gold is showing little movement on Friday, continuing the lack of activity we have seen for most of the week. In the European session, the spot price stands at $1197.48. There are no US releases on ...

Michael Lombardi
Silver To Outperform Gold In 2015
By Michael Lombardi - Dec 19, 2014

I know it’s a bold prediction: Silver prices are going to surprise investors and provide them with better returns than Gold bullion. I say this because both the fundamental and the technical ...

Tim Ord
SPX, Gold Technicals
By Tim Ord - Dec 18, 2014

Monitoring purposes S&P 500: Closed short SPX on 12/10/14 at 2026.14= gain 2.37%. Short S&P 500 12/5/14 at 2075.37. Monitoring purposes Gold: Gold ETF GLD long at 173.59 on 9/21/11 Long-Term ...

Peter Grant
Gold Higher But Choppy After Fed
By Peter Grant - Dec 18, 2014

Gold rallied along with stocks and the dollar overseas, reaching an intraday high of 1213.86. However, the gains could not be sustained and the yellow metal dropped back below $1200. The SNB announced...

Forex Time
Cable Makes A Re-Entry To 1.56
By Forex Time  - Dec 18, 2014

There was always an upside chance for Sterling bulls to receive a boost from Thursday’s UK retail sales, and a boost they received. After commencing the European session agonizingly close to its...

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Latest Gold Comments

Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 21, 2014 03:13AM GMT
@Karmic...Russia invading Ukraine would be stupidity why do that? cutting of all energy so collapses NATO so falls Germany so collapses the EU and so falls apart the transatlantic vision NATO cannot even afford the tab on those minstrel ships France built courtesy of sanctions I have said this for some time now watch Germany watch its political angle Merkel has the position due to the industrialists electoral vote she is walking a fine line and I am afraid to say along with the rest bluffing with a pair of twos against a straight flush held by Russia the day will come when we all look back at this and say why did we not incorporate Russia into the west.The truth is nobody won the last cold war it came to an end with cool minds and many leaders from several countries brokering the deal...of course western narrative contradicts this and nothing could be further from the truth..a better world is built on partnership not conflict Russia was not to be treated as an equal and thus turns east

Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 21, 2014 01:59AM GMT
In respect to war in Ukraine...nobody needs to invade Ukraine they are too busy fighting with one another...cookies for change comes to mind...enough said!

Gordon Ritchie
Gordon Ritchie Dec 21, 2014 01:57AM GMT
In response to Michael and with reference to Germany...calm down kiddo I said there is a lot of disinformation out there and make of it what you will...by the way the source to the article was Roberts one of ex President Reagans advisors. Like I said disinformation is out there and make of it as you will...)
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