Gold price inclined on Thursday, July 7th by 0.09% to $1,530 – its highest price level since June 22nd.
Silver price also inclined yesterday by 1.51% to $36.46 – the highest price also since June 22nd.
During July, gold price increased by 1.8%, and silver price inclined by 3.1%.
The chart below shows the normalized gold and silver (May 31st 2011=100). It shows that gold is very close to its price level back in the end of May; silver is climbing very sharply in recent days, but is still well below its price level back in May 31st.
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