Futures Market News
Gold futures fall as 2Q begins
Apr 02, 2012 10:36 AM
"Recently prices have been driven strongly by speculative sentiment and it is not surprising to see those pullbacks," analyst Eugen Weinberg with Commerzbank told the news service. "But in the longer term, we still stay very confident that the upward trend in gold is still very constructive. We will continue to see buying on the dips, although on the demand side we had a couple of setbacks, especially from India with the strikes. But I think in the longer term, gold will perform even more like a currency, and be less dependent on the jewellery sector."
At 7:34 a.m. on Monday, gold futures fell 0.3 percent, a $5 loss to $1,666.90 per troy ounce.
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