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December 29 2011, 16:14
FMX | Gold Options Report – December 29, 2011 - Volatility and puts were bid again today on the move lower. [More]
December 29 2011, 08:22
Morning Gold Fix – December 29, 2011. Gold extended losses and fell to its lowest in almost 6-months on Thursday as the euro fell against the dollar after an Italian bond auction saw yields at an unsustainable level and renewed euro zone fears and credit tightness worries. [More]
December 28 2011, 16:46
FMX | Gold Options Report – December 28, 2011 - Today’s option trading was tremendously bearish. [More]
December 28 2011, 08:44
Morning Gold Fix – December 28, 2011. Gold dipped on Wednesday, tracking industrial metals and equities, as concerns about global economic growth and Iran's threat to stop the flow of oil kept investors on the sidelines. Latest data out of the United States sent mixed signals on the health of the world's largest economy. [More]
December 27 2011, 16:24
FMX | Gold Options Report – December 27, 2011 - Markets were reopened on Tuesday following a three-day Holiday weekend but traders were slow to return and many remain absent. [More]
December 27 2011, 08:10
Morning Gold Fix – December 27, 2011 - Gold hovered around $1,600 an ounce on Tuesday, as investors stayed on the sidelines. [More]
December 23 2011, 14:29
FMX | Gold Options Report – December 23, 2011 - Trading slowed to a standstill ahead of a three-day Holiday weekend. [More]
December 23 2011, 08:31
Morning Gold Fix – December 23, 2011 - Gold prices firmed a touch in Europe on Friday, tracking gains in the euro as upbeat U.S. data boosted interest in assets seen as higher risk at the dollar's expense. [More]
December 22 2011, 16:35
FMX | Gold Options Report – December 22, 2011 - Gold prices dipped on Thursday in muted Holiday trading. [More]
December 22 2011, 09:37
Copper advanced in thin trade on Thursday as upbeat economic data from the United States raised hopes about the outlook for growth in the world’s largest economy and demand for metals, but a rebound in the dollar capped further gains. [More]