Wednesday, Dec 30th, 2009
The price of Gold dropped to a 3-session low at the start of London dealing on Wednesday, cutting its 2009 gains vs. the Dollar to 30% and losing 2.1% for the week so far.
World stock markets fell together with government bonds. The US Dollar ticked higher on the forex market.
Crude oil held near a 77% gain for the year above $79 per barrel.
Copper and zinc traded at the London Metal Exchange ticked higher from Tuesday’s 15-month closing highs.
“With [the Tocom Gold Futures exchange in] Japan out today and the holidays upon us, trading has been thin overnight and the market remains vulnerable to sharp moves,” says a note from precious metals dealer Mitsui.
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This article was posted: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 at 5:34 am