Gold and silver rallied yesterday and with this gain they have both advanced from their tumble at the beginning of the month. The U.S jobless claims rose and thus may have been among the factors to pull down the US dollar. Today, there are several reports to come out including: U.S CPI, Great Britain PPI and U.S TIC Long Term Purchases. The complete gold and silver prices daily forecast Gold bounced back and increased on Thursday by 1.22% to $1,680; silver also increased by 3.19% to $32.53.
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