The Gold Market Isn't Closed, And It's Threatening To Break Back Above $1100

Obviously the “global currency” gold doesn’t take off for American holidays.

With European markets generally higher, money is coming out of cash, and going back into the yellow metal. It’s been below and above $1100 all session.

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