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Gold earns in Asia ahead of China PMIs
On Tuesday, gold managed to earn in Asia cautious trade because market participants waited for new China data clues for the global metals complex.
Gold futures acquired 0.14%, trading at $1,269.91 a troy ounce. Additionally, copper futures dropped 0.43%, being worth $2.558 as traders were cautious, with Hong Kong and Chinese markets unavailable as well as PMI data from the Mainland expected to demonstrate a sag on Wednesday.
Overnight, the number one precious metal stood still, clinging to a four-week peak in North American hours, Monday, with holidays in China, America and Britain.
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