(Kitco News) –
Gold prices reduced early losses slightly after the US Department of Commerce report recorded that long-term US orders rose 1
Metals were at $ 1335.30 in the past few minutes before reports on durable goods, weekly claims of the unemployed, and the Philadelphia survey. Consensus expectations, compiled by various information organizations, demanded that long-term goods increased somewhere between 1% and 1.4%. Previously, data for December were postponed by the US government's exclusion.
Except for transport, new orders rose by 0.1%, the government said. With the exception of defense, new orders rose 1.8%. Transportation equipment, which has increased for the last four and a half months, has increased by 3.3%. .
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