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Gold, Mines and Natural Resources: The greenback picks up

Having reached their highest point since August 2016 ($1,357.6/oz), gold prices slumped, falling below $1,300/oz and weighing on their 100-day average. Janet Yellen’s more hawkish speech at the last FOMC pushed up to 70% the likelihood the Fed will raise key rates in December...

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Having reached their highest point since August 2016 ($1,357.6/oz), gold prices slumped, falling below $1,300/oz and weighing on their 100-day average. Janet Yellen’s more hawkish speech at the last FOMC pushed up to 70% the likelihood the Fed will raise key rates in December. It also prompted a steep hike in the US dollar and real interest rates. The news clearly influenced gold prices too. Less risk-averse in the face of geopolitical dangers, investors have also been neglecting safe-haven assets like the yen and gold...

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Arnaud du Plessis , October 9

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