LATEST NEWS: Gold Bulls Return as Wagers on Stimulus Accumulate: Commodities

Speculators boosted bullish gold bets to a three-month high on signs central banks will act to counter low inflation, reviving the allure of bullion as a hedge. The net-long position in New Yorkfutures and options climbed for a third week, the longest expansion since July, government data show. Short holdings fell to a 14-week low. […]

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LATEST NEWS : Gold Wagers Gain as China Rate Reduction Stems Rout

Hedge funds added bullish gold wagers at the fastest pace since June as central bank action from China to Japan and Europehelped stem the rout in prices. The net-long position in New York futures and options expanded 56 percent, U.S. government data show. Short holdings fell to a two-month low and long wagers climbed for […]

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LATEST NEWS : Gold Bulls Lured Back for First Time in Two Months: Commodities

Speculators added bullish gold bets for the first time in nine weeks as concern that global economic growth is slowing whipsawed equity markets. The gain in the net-long position in New York gold futures and options snapped the longest run of reductions since 2010. Prices rose for a second week as global equities retreated to […]

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LATEST NEWS : Gold Bulls Lured Back for First Time in Two Months: Commodities

Speculators added bullish gold bets for the first time in nine weeks as concern that global economic growth is slowing whipsawed equity markets. The gain in the net-long position in New York gold futures and options snapped the longest run of reductions since 2010. Prices rose for a second week as global equities retreated to […]

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LATEST NEWS : Gold Extends Rebound From 2014 Low as China Returns From Break

Gold rose as the drop to this year’s low lured Chinese buyers returning from a weeklong break, while investors awaited minutes of the Federal Reserve’s last meeting. Platinum extended a rally from a five-year low. continue reading at bloomberg.com

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LATEST NEWS : Gold Set for Weekly Gain on Haven Demand Amid Iraq Tumult

Gold futures capped a second straight weekly gain as escalating violence in Iraq boosted demand for the precious metal as a haven. Silver posted the longest rally in almost four months. Crude oil jumped to the highest in more than eight months on concern that a civil war looms in Iraq, OPEC’s second-biggest producer. Gold gained 6 […]

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LATEST NEWS : Gold Set for First Back-to-Back Weekly Gain Since April

Gold was little changed near the highest in more than two weeks as investors weighed whether escalating violence in Iraq will increase demand for the precious metal as a haven. Gold rallied this week while oil extended gains today and European equities fell as Iraq’s Shiite-led government struggled to retain control of Sunni-majority regions, after army units […]

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Gold Declines as Traders Book Profits After Advance

Gold declined in New York, trimming a monthly advance, as some traders booked profits after prices climbed to a 17-week high and amid speculation a weaker yuan may hurt demand fromChina. Gold is the third-biggest gainer, after coffee and lean hogs, in the Standard & Poor’s GSCI gauge of 24 commodities this year on speculation haven demand […]

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Gold Advances in New York as Ukraine Unrest Spurs Haven Demand

Gold climbed in New York, after reaching a 17-week high yesterday, on speculation that investor demand for haven assets will increase amid unrest in Ukraine. Gold is heading for a second month of gains, the longest such run since August, as concern that the U.S. recovery may be faltering and unrest in emerging markets boosted demand for a store […]

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Gold Rises to 3-Month High on Haven Demand as Silver Extends Run

Gold advanced to the highest level in more than three months as speculation the U.S. economic recovery will slow spurred demand for a haven. Silver headed for the longest run of gains since at least 1968. Bullion climbed 4.1 percent last week, the most since the period ended Aug. 16. U.S. factory production unexpectedly declined […]

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