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"We anticipate gold physical buying to come to the fore should gold dip below $1,640," analysts with Standard Bank told the news source.
At 11:02 a.m. on Monday, gold futures fell 0.44 percent, a $7.30 dip to $1,652.90 per troy ounce.
Reuters reports steadily increasing debt yields in Spain are serving as a burden for the yellowish metal, as is the slackening pace of development in China, host of the globe's second-largest economic system.
Momentum in the world's largest economy, that of the U.S., also appears to be on the wane, according to Reuters.