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By John Caiazzo | July 27, 2015
By Clara Denina, Reuters | July 20, 2015
Gold prices plunged as much as 4% to their lowest in more than five years on Monday as sellers in top consumer China offloaded the metal.
By John Caiazzo | July 13, 2015
By John Caiazzo | June 29, 2015
The markets continue in the throes of changes in news related to Greece, the U.S. economy as well as global economies.
By Yesenia Duran | May 15, 2015
The value of metals, precious and base, serves as an indicator for the global economy, and right now the global outlook is disjointed and muddled, as is the outlook on metals.
By John Caiazzo | May 4, 2015
By Andy Farida | April 28, 2015
After much hesitation, gold broke lower after rounds of fertile ground to break higher failed. Bulls failed to capitalise on the weaker dollar and correction in the equity market.
By John Caiazzo | April 27, 2015
The markets continue to be influenced by geopolitical and economic considerations.
By Jan Harvey, Reuters | April 21, 2015
Gold edged back above $1,200 an ounce on Tuesday as the dollar pared early gains, though prices remained under pressure as a rally in global equities diverted some interest from the metal.
By IraEpstein.com | April 14, 2015
Red across the board in metals today as traders mull over China fears.