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ECB President Draghi Speaks
LME Copper Inventories
ZEW Economic Sentiment
BOE Gov Carney Speaks
Copper SHFE Open
Chances are skewed in gold’s favor, as it is more likely than not that the Fed will maintain their dovish stance, this according to Will Rhind, CEO of GraniteShares.
In the latest stage of the process for deciding the UK's next prime minister, the result of the second ballot for the Conservative leadership is being announced where all 313 Conservative MPs were expected to take part in this at the Houses of Parliament. Any of the six remaining candidates will be eliminated from the contest if they fail to secure at least 33 votes or if they come last. The contenders were as follows: Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gove, Dominic Raab, Sajid Javid and Rory Stewart - (They cast their ballots in the first hour of voting). Boris Johnson, the former foreign secretary and Mayor of London, was topping the first ballot earlier this month with 114 votes. Round one results were as follows: Boris Johnson 114 Jeremy Hunt 43, Michael Gove 37, Dominic Raab 27, Sajid Javid 23, Rory Stewart 19 (Matthew Hancock 20 - withdrew). The results: Boris Johnson: 126 Jeremy Hunt: 46 tweet at 1:05pm: JOHNSON WINS LATEST ROUND OF UK LEADER RACE; RAAB ELIMINATED
Gold bulls took over again on Tuesday, driving the price near Friday’s 14-month high of 1,358. The location of the RSI – above 70 – hints that the bullish action may be ...
The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a proposed judgment in its case against Florida businessman Barry Honig on Monday for a civil case involving allegations ...
ASX-listed gold miner Resolute Mining has published a prospectus in support of its intention to list on the London Stock Exchange this week. Resolute Mining, which ...