GOLD / SILVER
The gold market is starting off the week on a positive note despite a move to even higher interest rates for Treasuries, with Bonds and Notes prices moving to their lowest levels in 11 months.
PLATINUM / PALLADIUM
Platinum is lower this morning, as the slightly negative risk tone seems to be weighing on the market. Platinum and palladium recovered from early setbacks on Friday to close higher on the day. Better than expected economic data spurred ideas of increasing demand for automobiles.
Copper has risen more than 58.00 cents over the past 18 sessions and it at its highest level since the summer of 2011, but the market is extremely overbought with and record spec net long position.
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