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Perfect for busy investors, Jan Skoyles’ market bulletin – The Daily Nugget – is a handy five minute read covering all the headline news in the precious metals markets, from around the world. Read the Daily Nugget each day to top up your knowledge of market moves, price trends and what leading investors are doing.

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    Daily Nugget – was all that gold for China?

    Yesterday the gold price hit a three-week high on the back of rising tensions in Ukraine and some technical buying. Yes, it seems the situation in Ukraine is back on trend and is prompting some safe-haven demand. As we saw previously this will be a …

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    Daily Nugget – Weak China data pressures gold

    Yesterday the gold price hit a two-week high ($1,324.40) thanks to a healthy mixture of safe-haven demand, a weaker US dollar index and, of course, perceptions over the FOMC. Thursday gave market participants more time to digest the FOMC minutes and they decided that the …

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    Daily Nugget – FOMC minutes suggest dovish tones

    Yesterday the much anticipated FOMC’s minutes from their March meeting was released. Following the FOMC’s announcement last month, and Yellen’s comments that the committee might look to increase interest rates next year, there has been a lot of pressure on gold which is seen to …

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    Daily Nugget – gold experts are bearish

    Despite a sharp jump in equities and low demand in China, the gold price jumped up by 1% this morning thanks to technical buying post rising above $1,300. Safe haven demand, due to events in the Ukraine, continues to support the price after rallies following …

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    Daily Nugget – 40% of global gold trade goes through UAE

    Gold’s drop last month was, in part, thanks to comments from Yellen that the FOMC would look at raising interest rates by 2015, due to the economic recovery. The poor jobs data on Friday seemed to put this into question and sent gold for its …

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