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Central Banks and governments are hedging their bets with the yellow metal.
China is the economic growth driver of the region, and there are signs it is losing steam.
It doesn't look like Washington will be much help.
Price action is the key to calling twists and turns in this market, and the bulls still have the edge.
And paying for it with 'growth' may be overly optimistic.
A lot of people are confusing the prices on our screen with what happens in Washington.
French election outcome calms some fears, but there are other reasons why rates have fallen.
Trump's proposal may be great for the stock market but not for the consumer.
European earnings season is only beginning, but financials so far have delivered positive surprises.
My money is on continuation of the uptrend even if there is a hiccup following the Trump team's tax reform announcement.

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