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Gold Lifts On Iran-Israel Missile Strike Headlines

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  • Headlines that the US sees an imminent missile strike on Israel by Iran or its proxies saw gold climb as much as $14 to $2345 on the imminent Iran-Israel missile strike headlines but has already pared nearly half of the move.
  • It remains off the day’s earlier high of $2360.11 and Tuesday’s fresh all-time high of $2365.35
  • Oil also climbed to reverse earlier losses but has since also pared some of the increase.
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  • Headlines that the US sees an imminent missile strike on Israel by Iran or its proxies saw gold climb as much as $14 to $2345 on the imminent Iran-Israel missile strike headlines but has already pared nearly half of the move.
  • It remains off the day’s earlier high of $2360.11 and Tuesday’s fresh all-time high of $2365.35
  • Oil also climbed to reverse earlier losses but has since also pared some of the increase.