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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Gold ticked lower on Tuesday as speculators booked profits after sending the price to another record, but worries over Europe's sovereign debt problems and speculation the U.S. Fed will extend monetary easing helped cushion the fall.
Silver matched a 30-year high hit on Monday in volatile trade. Investors shrugged off news that China, the world's second-largest gold consumer, may raise interest rates this weekend, saying the move had been widely anticipated to cool inflation.
Originally posted by Mdv2
Bought some 50 ounces today and have bought in the past. If only I had bought more