Gold Claws Back, US Futures Up, Europe Higher Despite Fears Of Collapse

Gold appears to finally be catching a little bit of a bid, which is good news for the masses of gold bugs that have been suffering throug this four-week debacle, which previously they’d assumed to be impossible.

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Meanwhile, US futures are pointing higher after yesterday’s slip-up, and European markets continue to shrug off woes in Britain, Ireland, Spain, Greece, and now Austria.

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