Gold futures rose Tuesday to score their highest finish in more than three months, with global equity markets suffering from sharp losses, partly sparked by the resurgence of global growth fears as China halted a two-session rally.
Gold moved sharply higher Tuesday, as jitters surrounding Italy’s financial picture filtered into broader financial markets, lifting prices for the precious metal toward their highest finish in five weeks.
Gold futures eked out back-to-back gains Tuesday as the dollar index softened ahead of the Federal Reserve decision, which could yield a third rate increase of the year—a negative development for gold because it can bolster the dollar.
A major pension crisis has made its way to Harvey, Illinois. Now, the whole State might suffer while you foot part of the bill…
Peter Reagan, September 20, 2018
In a city with 20% unemployment, property taxes over 5%, and home values declining by 80% over the last decade, greed and incompetence from Harvey, Illinois’ government seem ...