Gold’s “bleeding losses” continues as investors maintain liquidity

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Platinum And palladium more than five percent in early trading before reducing their gains, knowing that the two were the most affected after losses on Monday, as they are industrial minerals.

He fell gold In spot transactions, 1.1 percent to $ 1496.78 an ounce, after falling 5.1 percent on Monday to the lowest level since November 2019. And gold in US futures rose 1.1 percent to $ 1503.20.

And blinked Asian stocks Following the recording "Wall Street" The biggest daily loss in history, while headlines about the outbreak and its global economic impact have hurt investor sentiment.

Prices went up Palladium 2.1 percent to $ 1651.26 an ounce after tumbling 18 percent in the previous session.

Platinum held steady at $ 663.09 after suffering its biggest daily percentage loss ever on Monday.

Silver fell 1.5 percent to $ 12.71 after recording the lowest level since 2009 in the previous session.

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Rose Platinum And palladium more than five percent in early trading before reducing their gains, knowing that the two were the most affected after losses on Monday, as they are industrial minerals.

He fell gold In spot transactions, 1.1 percent to $ 1496.78 an ounce, after falling 5.1 percent on Monday to the lowest level since November 2019. And gold in US futures rose 1.1 percent to $ 1503.20.

And blinked Asian stocks In the wake of Wall Street’s biggest daily loss in history, news headlines about the outbreak and its global economic impact have hurt investor sentiment.

Prices went up Palladium 2.1 percent to $ 1651.26 an ounce after tumbling 18 percent in the previous session.

Platinum held steady at $ 663.09 after suffering its biggest daily percentage loss ever on Monday.

Silver fell 1.5 percent to $ 12.71 after recording the lowest level since 2009 in the previous session.





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