Palladium Soars Past $1,550 On Mine Strike Fears; Gold Firm

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Palladium soars past $1,550 on mine strike fears; gold firm (CNBC.com)

Economy Minister Tria says only ECB can use Italy’s gold (Reuters.com)

Gold ends lower as global stock market gains draw investor interest (MarketWatch.com)

Wall St climbs as trade optimism boosts tech, industrials (Reuters.com)

Barrick CEO defends $18 billion hostile Newmont bid as logical tie-up (Reuters.com)

Citigroup Says Venezuela Deal Covered $1.6 Billion in Gold (Bloomberg.com)


Source: Bloomberg

Millennials Are Facing $1 Trillion in Debt (Bloomberg.com)

U.K.’s Theresa May to Consider Delay to Brexit Date (Bloomberg.com)

Recession: Are We There Yet? (AdvisorPerspectives.com)

Gold Breakout: Three Major Factors (GoldSeek.com)

On Friday The Debt Ceiling Returns, And The Treasury Runs Out Of Cash 6 Months Later (ZeroHedge.com)

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Gold Prices (LBMA PM)

25 Feb: USD 1,329.15, GBP 1016.80 & EUR 1,170.32 per ounce
22 Feb: USD 1,322.25, GBP 1016.15 & EUR 1,166.49 per ounce
21 Feb: USD 1,335.05, GBP 1021.85 & EUR 1,177.78 per ounce
20 Feb: USD 1,345.75, GBP 1032.86 & EUR 1,186.82 per ounce
19 Feb: USD 1,329.55, GBP 1028.81 & EUR 1,175.72 per ounce
18 Feb: USD 1,323.95, GBP 1025.13 & EUR 1,169.58 per ounce

Silver Prices (LBMA)

25 Feb: USD 15.95, GBP 12.19 & EUR 14.04 per ounce
22 Feb: USD 15.87, GBP 12.20 & EUR 14.00 per ounce
21 Feb: USD 15.91, GBP 12.19 & EUR 14.02 per ounce
20 Feb: USD 16.03, GBP 12.31 & EUR 14.15 per ounce
19 Feb: USD 15.78, GBP 12.22 & EUR 13.99 per ounce
18 Feb: USD 15.76, GBP 12.19 & EUR 13.91 per ounce

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