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Gold saw another leg higher on Thursday, but...>

GOLD: Gold saw another leg higher on Thursday, but bulls haven't been able to
force a break of $1,900/oz, yet, with spot last printing unchanged around the
$1,890/oz mark.
- Bulls now focus on round number resistance at $1,900/oz, with any break there
exposing the all-time high from '11.
- A reminder that the downtick in the USD/soft U.S. economic data, in addition
to a pullback in U.S. equity markets allowed bullion to push higher on Thursday.
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