Fed remarks pushed gold down

Most of the precious metals are trading currently in negative numbers. And while there are not any significant drops to be seen, the remarks of the Fed did not help the inflation hedges such as gold, silver, palladium and the likes. For instance, gold is down about 2% for this week.

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