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Irish Gold Broker GoldCore Tops Sales of $1bn (The Irish Times)

Gold Fails To Hold Above Key $1,300 Level, Posts Daily, Weekly Losses (MarketWatch)

Palladium Has Rallied To Levels Not Seen In 16 Years (MarketWatch)

Gold Settles Lower As Caution Over The Fed Caps Upside (MarketWatch)

Mining Investment Europe: Industry experts and investors head to Frankfurt (Business Review Europe)

“The political mess in the U.S. is finally impacting U.S. and global markets,” said GoldCore (MarketWatch)

Animal spirits starting to wake up, says GoldCore (MarketWatch)

“140 characters of unfiltered Trump is likely to create tensions with America’s largest trading partners” said GoldCore (Bloomberg)

Islamic finance set to change gold market

New Islamic finance guidance on gold emphasises real deal

(MarketWatch)Could lead to hedge funds and traders tightening stop loss orders or even going short, which could pressurize gold in the short term,

(MarketWatch)On a technical level, gold prices did mark a second consecutive week of gains, which is bullish,

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UK Pensions Risk - Time to Rebalance and Allocate to Cash and Gold

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Bailins Coming In EU - 114 Italian Banks Have NP Loans Exceeding Tangible Assets

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