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  2. Gold fixing - Wikipedia

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    A sell limit order isn't executed unless the price is above a preset value. A buy limit order isn't executed unless the price is below a preset value. The lead participant will begin the fixing process by proposing a price near the current gold spot price. The participants then simulate the result of trading at that price.

  3. Platinum as an investment - Wikipedia

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    As of 15 October 2018, the platinum spot price in New York was $845.10 per ounce, compared to $1,222 per ounce for gold and $15.16 per ounce for silver. Platinum is traded in the spot market with the code "XPT". When settled in United States Dollars, the code is "XPTUSD". As the cost of platinum per ounce fell, the cost per ounce for other ...

  4. Normal backwardation - Wikipedia

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    This means the expected spot price on expiry is higher than the price of the futures contract. Backwardation very seldom arises in money commodities like gold or silver. In the early 1980s, there was a one-day backwardation in silver while some metal was physically moved from COMEX to CBOT warehouses.

  5. London bullion market - Wikipedia

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    Twice daily, at 10:30 AM and 3:00 PM (local time). the LBMA publishes the gold price in US dollars. These forward contracts are known as gold futures contracts. Spot gold is traded for settlement two business days following the trade date, with a business day defined as a day when both the New York and London markets are open for business.

  6. Gold rush - Wikipedia

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    A gold rush or gold fever is a discovery of gold—sometimes accompanied by other precious metals and rare-earth minerals—that brings an onrush of miners seeking their fortune. Major gold rushes took place in the 19th century in Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Chile, South Africa, the United States, and Canada while smaller gold rushes took ...

  7. Victorian gold rush - Wikipedia

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    The Victorian gold rush was a period in the history of Victoria, Australia approximately between 1851 and the late 1860s.It led to a period of extreme prosperity for the Australian colony, and an influx of population growth and financial capital for Melbourne, which was dubbed "Marvellous Melbourne" as a result of the procurement of wealth.

  8. Black Hills Gold Rush - Wikipedia

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    The Black Hills Gold Rush took place in Dakota Territory in the United States. It began in 1874 following the Custer Expedition and reached a peak in 1876–77. Rumors and poorly documented reports of gold in the Black Hills go back to the early 19th century.

  9. Direct response television - Wikipedia

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    The most common time period available for purchase as "long form" infomercial media is 28 minutes, 30 seconds in length. Long form is used for products that need to educate the consumer to create awareness and typically have a higher price.