Commodities fire negative economic data – Gold recently logged a 25% gain so far this year. Gold Thursday continued a four-day rise soaring as high as $1399.70 an ounce as the dollar fell for a second consecutive day. We have a condition where the markets are rallying on fine and poor economic data, which is a solid indication that markets would like to go higher. No big secret there, of course. We’ll see more negative news headlines this month and it’ll be interesting to see how the commodity markets react to them.
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