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1,258.05 +6.65    +0.53%
24/02 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 1,251.40
  • Open: 1,250.00
  • Day's Range: 1,248.50 - 1,261.15
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Gold 1,258.05 +6.65 +0.53%

Gold Futures Contracts

 
In the table below you'll find the last, change, open, high, low and previous close for each Gold Futures future CFDs contract. Click on the links column icons (Q C O) for quotes, charts, options and historical market data for each future contract - as well as the Gold Futures Cash. (Price quotes for Gold Futures are delayed by at least 10 minutes, as per exchange requirements).

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Delayed Futures - 21:02 - Saturday, February 25th
 MonthLastChg.OpenHighLowVolumeTimeChart
Cash 1256.93s+7.631249.401260.081247.79002/24/17Q / C / O
Mar 17 1256.8s+6.71249.21259.41247.7126402/24/17Q / C / O
Apr 17 1258.3s+6.91250.61261.21248.820966002/24/17Q / C / O
Jun 17 1261.5s+6.91253.71264.11252.0906002/24/17Q / C / O
Aug 17 1264.6s+6.91256.21267.01255.9103802/24/17Q / C / O
Oct 17 1267.6s+6.91259.61270.01259.629602/24/17Q / C / O
Dec 17 1270.5s+6.81262.71272.81261.468402/24/17Q / C / O
Feb 18 1273.6s+6.80.01273.61273.6002/24/17Q / C / O
Apr 18 1276.9s+6.81278.71278.71274.0302/24/17Q / C / O
Jun 18 1280.4s+6.71273.61280.41273.6102/24/17Q / C / O
Aug 18 1284.1s+6.70.01284.11284.1002/24/17Q / C / O
Oct 18 1287.8s+6.70.01287.81287.8002/24/17Q / C / O
Dec 18 1291.6s+6.71289.91291.61289.9202/24/17Q / C / O
Jun 19 1303.8s+6.70.01303.81303.8002/24/17Q / C / O
Dec 19 1316.1s+6.71314.51316.11314.51302/24/17Q / C / O
Jun 20 1326.6s+6.70.01326.61326.6002/24/17Q / C / O
Dec 20 1338.4s+6.70.01338.41338.4002/24/17Q / C / O
Jun 21 1350.4s+6.70.01350.41350.4002/24/17Q / C / O
Dec 21 1363.4s+6.70.01363.41363.4002/24/17Q / C / O
Jun 22 1376.4s+6.70.01376.41376.4002/24/17Q / C / O
Dec 22 1390.4s+6.70.01390.41390.4002/24/17Q / C / O

   
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LAWSUIT against Bullion Banks - " As Reuters further noted, Deutsche Bank has signed a binding settlement term sheet, and is negotiating a formal settlement agreement to be submitted for approval by U.S. District Judge Valerie Caproni, who oversees the litigation.. - “In addition to valuable monetary consideration, Deutsche Bank has also agreed to provide cooperation to plaintiffs, including the production of instant messages, and other electronic communications, as part of the settlement. In Plaintiff’s estimation, the cooperation to be provided by Deutsche Bank will substantially assist Plaintiffs in the prosecution of their claims against the non-settling defendants.”
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Do you guys think that there will be possibility of a gap up when the market opens tmr?
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if all Trump has to say on tuesday is "better and greater than ever before" and doesn't lay out a convincing roadmap to implement tax reform, bat tax, and infrastruture, we should see gold higher. he's starting to get a lot of blowback already and things are still very murky. if any geopolitical tensions emerge, which i think is very likely, even more support for gold.
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He has governors laying out the plan for infrastructure but that and the tax cuts will require bipartisan support and all depends on the debt ceiling roundabout we experienced a few years ago. Remember the govt shutdown? March is going to prove very very very interesting and extremely volatile. Your top right chart is going to go off like a Xmas Tree
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