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Our Precious… — The Week in Metals

Categories: Commodities, Industry News, World Trade Tags: General News, L2 The investment appeal of precious metals was waning early this week, as a strong dollar kept formerly high-flying gold and silver down. Even industrial/precious metals palladium and platinum were losing ground. Now? The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped nearly 200 points yesterday and precious metals could be back in fashion.
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