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Gold Rates Confirmed Some Rescue on Monday

Gold rates confirmed some level of rescue on Monday, when they proceeded to sail past the $1,500 an oz stage yet again, right after traders confirmed some purchasing passions in gold on the back of ongoing issues over the Euro-zone sovereign debts difficulties combined with politics unrest in Syria and Egypt. The upside down chances for yellowish material costs shown up given as the admiration in US dollar created the greenback denominated item fewer interesting for owners of other money.

Gold commodities for June supply rose by $11.60 to stay at $1,503.20 an oz after buying and selling in the array of $1,522.10 to $1,471.80 on the Comex section of the NYME , whereas the spot yellow metal costs increased by close to $20 to $1,513.10 an oz.

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