Gold Futures Fall On Trade Deal Hopes; Central Banks of China, Russia, Turkey Buy Gold Bullion


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Gold falls as trade-deal uncertainty cuts safe-haven demand

China says it has agreed with the US to cancel existing trade tariffs in phases

BOJ to continue massive monetary stimulus to hit 2% inflation

Dow futures jump 100 points after China and US reportedly agree to remove existing tariffs

Syria is lost, Lebanon’s gold is next

NY Fed’s incestuous relationship with JPMorganChase

Russia, China & Turkey push global gold purchases to new highs

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GOLD PRICES (LBMA – USD, GBP & EUR – AM/ PM Fix)

06-Nov-19 1488.55 1486.05, 1155.26 1154.51 & 1342.23 1341.31
05-Nov-19 1504.60 1488.95, 1166.37 1156.17 & 1352.18 1344.67
04-Nov-19 1509.20 1509.45, 1168.57 1169.52 & 1352.39 1353.98
01-Nov-19 1509.85 1508.80, 1165.76 1164.49 & 1354.79 1351.28
31-Oct-19 1506.40 1510.95, 1163.09 1168.57 & 1348.53 1356.53
30-Oct-19 1490.15 1492.10, 1156.65 1159.81 & 1340.39 1342.74
29-Oct-19 1492.75 1486.75, 1164.79 1155.20 & 1347.80 1338.37
28-Oct-19 1505.05 1492.40, 1172.89 1160.94 & 1356.95 1345.55
25-Oct-19 1504.65 1513.45, 1171.82 1180.79 & 1353.28 1364.22
24-Oct-19 1488.85 1496.55, 1154.75 1163.12 & 1338.03 1346.45
23-Oct-19 1494.25 1494.45, 1162.53 1159.84 & 1343.78 1343.66


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