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A employee locations a 20 kilogram gold brick on a tray on the ABC Refinery in Sydney, Australia on Aug. 5, 2020.
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Duck for canopy, gold bulls. That was the message the market gave the impression to be sending on Thursday, as the valuable metallic tumbled almost $60, or close to 3%, to $1,806.20 an oz., following a curveball from the Federal Reserve. On a steady contract foundation, gold is buying and selling at ranges not seen since early May. The each day loss is shaping up as the largest since a 4% drop on Jan. 8, in line with FactSet.
Whereas the central financi...