We had a relatively quiet day across most markets on Tuesday, as a relatively tighter range in US equities moderated some of the intense volatility we have been seeing for much of last week. Gold finished higher for a second day running, pushing higher on dollar weakness (as opposed to selling off based on equity strength). Prices ended up about $7/ounce, finishing the session at $1332. Outside of gold, silver lost ended down three cents at $16.53, while platinum and palladium ended slightly higher.
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