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Gold Up By $43.50 ?

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BBC business is reporting gold up $43.50, or 9.8% !!  :blink:

http://newsvote.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/fds/hi/...iew/default.stm

Is this for real ? Does anyone have access to more reliable market data ?

Try looking at Kitco - looks like spot price is up 0.36% on the day.

http://www.kitco.com/

EDIT: Is the ^9.8% the month on month figure?

SECOND EDIT: Nope - just looks like a glitch?

Edited by FreeFall

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Try looking at Kitco - looks like spot price is up 0.36% on the day.

http://www.kitco.com/

Thanks FF - probably a false alarm then ! BBC are not the best source for live market data. Didn't seem likely - oil and the dollar haven't moved much today, so it looked like an anomoly.

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no it's the BBC and their highly accurate reporting again!!!!

spot price $447 troy oz.

oil down again today,FTSE coming back off 5350 again.

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Gold did behave oddly today, and ended at its highest in the current bull run:

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Hopefully there is a chart above this line but if not go to:

http://goldprice.org/gold-price-history.html

and look at the day's trading. Gold shot up to $449 and then got whacked back down. They are really fighting the gorilla to cram gold under $450. What happens when it takes off? Maybe some famous names will roll their hooves to the sky. Look also at the 30-day price record. Gold had been in decline for some weeks but it's more than recovered in the last week.

I don't think all that many people are aware of how the money is there on the table just waiting to be picked up. Amazing.

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Edited by malco

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