ZeroHedge – Historic ECB Gamble, Looks Set To Print Euros And Debase Currency Versus Gold – 7 June 2014

ZeroHedgeGold was 0.2% higher for the week and silver was 1.17% higher. Gold has a marginal loss of just 0.02% yesterday. Silver slipped to as low as $18.90 before it also rallied back higher and ended unchanged on the day.

Futures trading volume remains lacklustre and was 42% below the average for the past 100 days yesterday, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. This week gold bullion’s 60 day historical volatility fell to the lowest since April 2013.

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