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1,291.00 5.90    0.46%
22/11 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
  • Prev. Close: 1,291.00
  • Open: 1,284.20
  • Day's Range: 1,281.60 - 1,292.40
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"Gold is a precious metal that has been used throughout history as both a currency and a store of value. In that aspect, gold is considered both a commodity and a currency and is used as insurance against currencies and market fluctuations. Gold price is a function of demand and reserves changes, and is less affected by means such as mining supply. Explore the tab-navigation section below for detailed financial information on Gold, including live price charts, forecasts, technical analysis, news, opinions, reports and user discussions."
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Prev. Close1,291
MonthN/A
Tick Size0.1
Open1,284.2
Contract Size1 troy ounce
Tick Value0.1
Day's Range1,281.6 - 1,292.4
Settlement TypeCash
Base SymbolN/A
52 wk Range1,127.3 - 1,358.9
Settlement DayN/A
Point Value1 = $1
1-Year Change6.27%
Last Rollover DayN/A
MonthsFGHJKMNQUVXZ
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mnm shan 3 minutes ago
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No use of trading in the gold .waste of time
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Muhammad Iftekhar
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US close today.
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Goldilocks stoleyourgold
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Keep an eye on that situation in China. Chinese bond yields rose and Chinese stocks (the ones included in an index) fell the most in 17 months yesterday. China’s CSI Index fell 2.9%. You never know where the next big “credit event” is going to come from. But “credit events” – where a company or a fund goes bankrupt based on bad bets with borrowed money – tend to precede market crashes...The other word of warning is Yellen. Minutes from the last Fed meeting show how deliberately obtuse monetary policy makers have become. Core inflation in the US is running at less than 1.5%. Member of the Federal Open Market Committee want to raise target US rates to around 2.5% or 3% by the end of next year. That way, they can cut them when the economy hits its next recession.
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The problem is that except for stock prices, they can’t find any real signs of inflation in the US economy that would justify “normal” interest rates. Wages aren’t rising. Oil and energy prices fluctuate. The Fed heads are not looking for other reasons why lower inflation may be more “persistent” than they thought it would be. Yellen calls the lack of inflation “a very undesirable state of affairs.”. . Here are three reasons: globalisation, automation, and demographics. Machines are getting more productive by the day. It’s people that will be made redundant. There’s a bear market in labour costs, perhaps the worst of its kind since the industrial revolution. Great for financial asset owners. Not great for workers (hence the political fight over who is to blame and what is to be done).
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+1 now u make sense! U r known for posts like this, but bit late on chinese story
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M Kumar USA
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Magma shall turn unto Lava; and Bears' Fur shall turn unto Ashes.  I'm not kidding, I never do!
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