'Very quiet' session as traders are 'sitting out' during U.S. holiday - MKS PAMP Group
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Gold is trading in a narrow range on Thursday as many traders choose not to make any big moves while the U.S. celebrates Thanksgiving, MKS PAMP Group says. “Very quiet in Asia today as it appears everyone is sitting out ahead of the US holiday,” MKS says. “Gold opened at $1554.40 and has remained within a $4 range.”
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