Gold, silver sees solid price gains as greenback wilts

Gold, silver sees solid price gains as greenback wilts

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( Kitco News ) – Gold and silver futures prices are sharply up in early U.S. trading Thursday, boosted in part by a falling U.S. dollar index in the wake of the U.S. elections. Some safe-haven demand in the metals is also seen as the U.S. presidential election result is still up in the air. December gold futures were last up $33.20 at $1,929.50 and December Comex silver was last up $1.032 at $24.925 an ounce.

Asian and European stock markets were mostly up overnight. U.S. stock indexes are also set to open the New York day session sharply higher. The marketplace sees better risk appetite late this week, in the wake of the U.S. elections. While it’s […]

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