Interesting action in the precious metals had them continuing overnight a sharp fall begun after...
Interesting action in the precious metals had them continuing overnight a sharp fall begun after FOMC minutes suggested an earlier-than-expected end to Fed candy. This reversed with the 8:30 jobs report which showed still-sluggish employment growth. Gold has since bounced $21 to $1,651, though still off 1.4% on the session. Silver jumps $0.70, but remains -2.6%.
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