26.04.2013 - Gold forecasts split at $10,000 and $1000 as ETFs sell, central banks buy, Indian dealers cleaned out
Wholesale gold rose to an eight-session high just shy of $1450 per ounce in London trade Thursday morning, recovering 45% of this month's near-record slump.Asian stock markets also ticked higher, but European shares were flat while commodities extended their rally. Silver prices were unchanged for the week so far at $23.30 per ounce.Gold priced in sterling fell 10 per ounce from an eight-session high of 946 as the pound jump on news that the U.K. avoided recession growing just 0.3% in the first quarter of 2013...............................................Full Article: Source
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