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Nuclear Option of $1 Trillion EU Bailout Loans Leads to Renewed Market Euphoria

Gold The unprecedented $1 trillion EU bailout and printing money to buy bonds package has led to renewed risk appetite. It has seen equity markets surge in a euphoric buying splurge (European stock markets are up between 4% and 11%) and the euro has strengthened against most currencies (see Cross Currency table). Gold has fallen 0.8% in dollar terms and by more in other currencies and the bouncing euro.

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Gold ‘Decouples’ on International Debt Crisis Concerns – Gold Forecast to Reach $3,000 Per Ounce

Gold The sharp sell off on Wall Street and with equities internationally saw gold decouple and surge in all currencies yesterday. Oil, commodities and bonds also fell sharply in incredibly volatile trading.

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Bullion Denominated in Euros, Pounds and Swiss Francs At New Record Highs as Contagion Spreads

Gold Bullion denominated in euros and Swiss francs surged to new record highs this morning. The euro has again come under severe pressure as contagion risks increase. While all the focus is on Europe right now, similar risks face the UK and US economies and this is leading to significant safe haven demand for gold internationally.

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Gold Robust and Remains Near Record Highs in Most Currencies

Gold Gold has recovered from slight falls in Asia and is slightly higher in most currencies this morning - trading at USD 1,172 GBP 773 and EUR 903 per ounce this morning (see Cross Currency Table below). Gold is being supported by the significant risk to the stability of the European monetary union and the wider financial system and this is seeing investors internationally, and especially in Europe, diversify into gold.

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Gold Surges To New Record Highs in Swiss Francs, Euros and Pounds

Gold Gold rose to new five month highs in New York on signs of increased investment demand for the metal as an alternative to the euro and other currencies. Bullion surged to new nominal record highs in euros, Swiss francs and British pounds (see charts), extending gains this year as concern about sovereign debts in Europe encouraged investors into the safe haven of gold.  Despite the yen being higher against all other major currencies, gold rose to 112,669 Japanese yen an ounce, the highest price in yen since February 1983.

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Silver Surges to $18.68/oz – Breakout Above Resistance Could Lead to March 2008 Record High of $20.88/oz

Gold Gold reached new 2010 high in dollars (over $1,175 per ounce) in Asian trading overnight and again Europe this morning (over $1,177 per ounce) as investors continue to allocate funds to gold in order to hedge sovereign debt contagion risk.

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Eurozone Debt Crisis is the ‘Canary in the Coalmine’ as US Deficits Soar

Gold Gold finished at its highest level since early December and had its fourth consecutive day of gains Wednesday as a debt ratings downgrade for Spain and surging credit spreads created new fears of the eurozone sovereign debt crisis spreading and financial contagion. Gold for June delivery gained $9.60/oz, or 0.8%, to $1,171.80 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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Gold at Record Highs in CHF, EUR and GBP – New Record in USD Due to Safe Haven Demand?

Gold Gold rose to its highest level in 2010 (highest since December 4th,  2009) and new record highs in euros, Swiss francs and British pounds as ratings downgrades of Portugal and Greece fanned sovereign risk and contagion fears. Gold dipped to $1,146/oz early in New York before rising sharply to $1,164/oz on the downgrade news. It then saw profit taking and closed with a gain of 0.7%.

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Gold in British Pounds Near Record Highs on Hung Parliament and Budget Deficit Concerns

Gold Gold dipped to $1,150/oz after lunch in New York before recovering to close with a gain of 0.03%. It has range traded from $1,150/oz to $1,157/oz in late Asian and European trading this morning. Gold is currently trading at $1,155/oz and in euro and GBP terms, at €865/oz and £749/oz respectively. Gold remains near record highs in euros and Swiss francs. Gold in sterling has rallied today by more 2% today as sterling has fallen on hung parliament and UK fiscal deficit concerns.

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Gold Rises to New Record High in Euros and Swiss Francs

Gold Gold dipped to $1,135/oz early in New York before dipping rising sharply to close with a gain of 0.95%. Gold closed last week some 2% higher in dollars and 3% higher in euros. It has dipped from $1,159/oz to $1,155/oz in Asian and European trading this morning. Gold is currently trading at $1,155/oz and in euro and GBP terms, at €867/oz and £748/oz respectively. Gold has surged to new nominal record highs in Swiss francs and in euros (see charts).

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Euro Gold Near Record Highs Due to PIIGS Contagion Risk

GoldGold dipped to $1,132/oz in New York before recovering to close with a loss of 0.49%. It has range traded from $1,137.50/oz to $1,143/oz in Asian and European trading this morning. Gold is currently trading at $1,140/oz and in euro and GBP terms, at €859/oz and £741/oz respectively.

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Gold Supported by Growing Inflation Concerns and Record Low Interest Rates

GoldGold touched over $1,150/oz late in New York before dipping slightly to close with a gain of 0.79%. It has range traded from $1,144/oz to $1,149/oz in Asian and early European trading this morning. Gold is currently trading at $1,147/oz and in euro and GBP terms, trading at €856/oz and £743/oz respectively.

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Gold Edges Higher in Major Currencies on Debt and Inflation Concerns

GoldGold went up to $1,145/oz for a gain of over $10 early in New York but it then fell back off ending with a gain of 0.34%. It has range traded from $1,140/oz to $1,146/oz in Asian and early European trading this morning. Gold is currently trading at $1,143/oz and in euro and GBP terms, gold is trading at €851/oz and £742/oz respectively.

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Gold Falls on Goldman Sachs Revelations; Icelandic Volcano Ramifications Assessed

Gold Gold fell 2% last Friday resulting in a loss of 2.1% for the week. The majority of the markets fell on the news regarding the SEC’s investigation of alleged fraud by Goldman Sachs. Oil and some other commodities were particularly hard hit. Gold has fallen below $1,130/oz in European trade this morning and could now fall to support at $1,110/oz.

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Gold Consolidating in USD and Near Record Highs in EUR and GBP

Gold Gold went as low as $1,150/oz early in New York, it then rose to $1,161/oz before ending with a gain of 0.13%. It has range traded from $1,151/oz to $1,156/oz in Asian and European trading this morning. Gold is currently trading at $1,155/oz and in euro and GBP terms, gold is trading at €853/oz and £748/oz respectively. Gold rallied from below £745 to £749.60 per ounce overnight on UK hung parliament and economic concerns (see gold GBP chart below).

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Gold Remains Near Record Sterling Price on UK Hung Parliament and Devaluation Concerns

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Palladium Surges 8% in One Day to Test Long Term Resistance; Gold Short Term Correction?

Gold Gold fell to as low as $1,145/oz in New York, it then recovered to close with a loss of just 0.86% yesterday. It has risen from $1,153/oz to $1,160/oz in Asian and early European trading this morning. Gold is currently trading at $1,160/oz and in euro and GBP terms, gold is trading at €850/oz and £753/oz respectively.

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Gold Breaks Resistance and Succumbs to Profit Taking

Gold Yesterday, gold jumped to $1,169/oz in Asia before falling in New York, it then recovered to close with a small gain of 0.11%. It range traded from $1,150/oz to $1,157/oz in Asian trading this morning. Gold is currently trading at $1,154/oz and in euro and GBP terms, it is trading at €847/oz and £750/oz respectively.

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Gold Rallies to 2010 High in Dollars – 27 Year Record High in Yen in Tokyo

Gold Gold jumped to as high as $1,164.38/oz in New York on Friday, and rose 0.69% on the day and 3% on the week. It rallied sharply on the open in Asia (from $1,159/oz to over $1,169/oz) and has since range traded from $1,162/oz to $1,169/oz in Asian and early European trading this morning. Gold is currently trading at $1,164/oz and in euro and GBP terms, at €855/oz and £754/oz respectively.

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Silver’s Surges 10% in 2 Weeks – Near Record in Euro Terms

Gold Gold climbed steadily to as high as $1,153.70/oz in New York before reverting slightly to close unchanged for the day. It has risen from $1,150/oz to $1,158/oz in Asian trading this morning. Gold is currently trading at $1,157/oz and in euro and GBP terms, gold is trading at €864/oz and £753/oz respectively. Gold and silver have given up some of their earlier gains as the dollar rose and then fell today.

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Gold steady; U.S. govt shutdown worries investors

Gold and Silver Bullion - News and Commentary Gold steady; U.S. govt shutdown worries investors (Reuters.com) Stocks Mixed, Dollar Flat With Shutdown in Focus (Bloomberg.com) Palladium flows from west to east to meet industry demand (Reuters.com) METALS START THE WEEK ON[...]

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Gold ETF Assets Climb to Highest Since 2013

Gold and Silver Bullion - News and Commentary Gold ETF Assets Climb to Highest Since 2013 (Bloomberg.com) Gold firm as dollar sinks further (Reuters.com) Australia Is Cashing In on Gold ETFs (Bloomberg.com) South Korea now requires verified ID to trade cryptocurrencies[...]

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Central Bank Of Russia Adds A Record 223 Tons Of Gold In 2017

Gold and Silver Bullion - News and Commentary Gold steady on weak dollar; stocks surge as U.S. government shutdown ends (Reuters.com) Asian Stocks Reach Fresh Record High; Oil Climbs (Bloomberg.com) U.S. Stocks Gain as Senate Votes to End Shutdown (Bloomberg.com) Demand[...]

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