11th August 2017

With no change in the underlying geopolitical tensions bubbling underneath the surface with North Korea, gold continued to push higher on Thursday, notching up its third consecutive gain and getting to an intraday high of $1293/ounce at one point. Conversely, US stocks sold off -- this time with much more downside momentum than was evident on Wednesday. The Dow lost roughly 200 points for its worst single-point decline in roughly 3 months, NASDAQ was down 135 and the S&P 500 lost 36

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