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26/05 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce
  • Prev. Close: 1,256.40
  • Open: 1,255.51
  • Day's Range: 1,253.23 - 1,269.36
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"Gold is a precious metal that has been used throughout history as both a currency and a store of value. In that aspect, gold is considered both a commodity and a currency and is used as insurance against currencies and market fluctuations. Gold price is a function of demand and reserves changes, and is less affected by means such as mining supply. Explore the tab-navigation section below for detailed financial information on Gold, including live price charts, forecasts, technical analysis, news, opinions, reports and user discussions."
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Prev. Close1,256.4
MonthJun 17
Tick Size0.1
Open1,255.51
Contract Size100 Troy Ounces
Tick Value10
Day's Range1,253.23 - 1,269.36
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolGC
52 wk Range1,123.9 - 1,376.4
Settlement Day28/06/2017
Point Value1 = $100
1-Year Change4.35%
Last Rollover Day02/04/2017
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 NameSymbolLastChg. %Vol.Time
 ETFS Physical GoldPHAU121.85+0.89%296.72K26/05 
 ETFS Gold Bullion SecuritiesGBSx120.19+0.94%174.89K26/05 
 Source Physical Gold P CertsSGLD123.95+0.96%105.24K26/05 
 DB Physical GoldXGLD124.14+1.05%3.06K26/05 
 ETFS GoldBULL15.14+0.53%0.31K26/05 
 ETFS Short GoldSBUL24.550.00%025/05 
 SPDR Gold SharesGLD120.54+0.89%6.79M26/05 
 iShares GoldIAU12.19+0.83%4.67M26/05 

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Morning Star 1W 1 May 14, 2017
Evening Star 1W 4 Apr 23, 2017
Engulfing Bearish 1M 12 May 16

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gurucharan singh
gurucharan singh 1 hour ago
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Well said Kieron
Kieron Yorke
Kieron Yorke May 27, 2017 7:00 GMT
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Gold markets shot higher during the session on Friday, testing the $1268 level. We then started to pull back, but quite frankly I think the gold markets will continue to find a bit of a bit, as there is so much to be uncertain about when it comes to the global financial situation and of course markets. Beyond that, one could probably make an argument that Americans were buying gold due to the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, thereby protecting themselves if there is a “safety bid” while they are away. Either way, I do like the idea of buying gold on dips, and today only solidifies that attitude. Gold of course not only is affected by the US dollar inversely, but it also can be affected by moments of fear or panic. We certainly have enough of those as of late, so given enough time I think something will cross the headlines to have gold markets go higher again. I’ve been thinking for some time that buying dips is the way to go going forward with gold, so therefore picking up small positions along the way is probably the best way to play this market as you can then profit in a very volatile environment. I believe that the market will probably try to work its way towards the $1300 level, but it is going to take a significant amount of time to get there. The weekly charts look as if they are turning more bullish, so that of course has a knock-on effect down here in the lower term charts. Selling is all but impossible, and I believe that the 1250 level is the “floor” in this market. Going forward, I believe that we continue to see bullish pressure.
Panku Singh
Panku Singh May 27, 2017 5:56 GMT
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We r buyers from 1255-56. Holding till 31st positionAl for big target.1275-85. 28660 to 28900 done now wating for 29000-29200-29500
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