1. Platinum price on 27/11/15 £17.679 per GM
  2. Price of Gold Added Another 30 Cents Closing at $1,088.20
  3. Gold Price Lost $5.70 or 0.5 Percent to $1,135.80
  4. Gold Price Closed Up 30 Cents Today at $1,087.90
  5. Silver and Gold Prices Remain in Uptrends from the Summer Lows
  6. Gold Price October Gains Were Finally Erased Today Closing Down $29.90 at $1,147.20
  7. Gold Price Regained $7.50 Today to Close at $1,074.30
  8. Gold Price Remained Unchanged at $1,070.50
  9. The Gold Price Closed Down $3.90 at $1,080.80
  10. Palladium price on 27/11/15 £11.779 per GM
  11. The Low for Silver and Gold Prices Lies in November
  12. The Price of Gold Lost $14.30 Today Closing at $1,056.20
  13. Gold Price Rose 10 Cents today Closing on the Comex at $1,068.80
  14. Gold Price Lost $15.00 Today Closing at $1,068.70
  15. Gold price on 01/12/15 (AM) £22.78 per GM
  16. Price of Gold Closed $10.30 or 0.88 Percent Higher Today at $1,177.10
  17. If Silver and Gold Prices Don't Turn Up Soon This Could Become Very Ugly
  18. Gold Price Lost 20 cents or 0.02 Percent Today Closing at $1,166.80
  19. Gold Price Scraped Off $1.60 to Close at $1,076.40
  20. Silver and Gold Prices had a Disastrous Week with the Gold Price Plunging $53.90 or 4.7 Percent to Close at $1,087.60
  21. Gold Price Lost $2.10 and Closed on the Comex at $1,104.40
  22. Gold price on 30/11/15 (PM) £22.689 per GM
  23. Silver price on 30/11/15 £300.995 per KG
  24. Gold Price Gained $2.90 or 0.3 Percent to $1,083.70
  25. Iridium price on 30/11/15 £11.14 per GM
  26. Price of Gold Dropped $9.60 or 0.89 Percent Today Closing at $1,066.80
  27. Gold Price Lost $3.80 Closing at $1,070.50, Silver Made Another Low at $13.99
  28. Silver and Gold Prices Both Made New Lows for the Move, But Not by Much
  29. Price of Gold Rose $9.20 or 0.86 Percent Today Closing at $1,078
  30. Ruthenium price on 30/11/15 £0.9 per GM
  31. Rhodium price on 30/11/15 £15.641 per GM
  32. Gold Price Today Jumped Back $9.60 or 0.9 Percent to $1,065.80
  33. Gold Price Lost $7.70 or 0.7 Percent to Close at $1,106.50
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