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02-06-2015, 04:23 PM
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Greece Jobs Report Heating Up Markets

It's been a chilly week on the East coast!

Let's warm up with a recap of some of the week's top stories, starting with those jobs numbers. Friday morning's January U.S. jobs report showed the key non-farm payrolls number up 257,000, which was better than expected. Gold prices hit a three-week low on the news, as of newsletter time spot gold on Kitco.com was trading at $1,231.70 an ounce, down $32.80.

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In other news, it will be interesting to see how the ECB/Greece standoff plays out. This week, the ECB pulled the plug on Greek funding, saying it would no longer accept Greek government bonds, or bonds it guaranteed, as collateral starting February 11.

For the full story, John Doody, Pete and Jim's take on gold prices and the Euro situation, and many more interesting and relevant news,

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02-11-2015, 06:07 PM
Yeah....stories is the right word....Fairy tales is even a better word for selling your own products :cool:

99% of the world does not want pm's to move up, better said the last spike from 2010 to 2012 was manipulation to the upside....I see only lower prices, all this propaganda talking about the moon shots and new highs: JEEEZZZZ stop it

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02-12-2015, 09:55 AM
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