At the close of the day, the price of light crude oil futures for October delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell 1.30 US dollars to close at 88.91 US dollars per barrel, a decrease of 1.44%. But the London North Sea Brent crude oil futures for delivery in October rose 51 cents to close at 112.40 US dollars per barrel, an inWhat will the precious metals market do in the trade war?crease of 0.46%. (Source: Economic Information Daily)

In the early morning of June 29, Beijing time, New York gold futures prices rose slightly on Tuesday, closing at more than US$1,500 per ounce. The reason was that other commodity futures prices also rose, and investors were optimistic that Greeceā€™s sovereign debt crisis would be resolved. Has been enhanced.

After Black Friday in 1929, the US stimulus policy once helped stabilize the economy for a short time. However, the United States entered the most painful depression in history in 1930 as the US-European trade friction was initiated by the US, and its impact did not end until World War II. During this period, the price of gold, as measured by inflation, rose by 300%.

ClalFinance Ltd. analyst Arie Goren said in his research report recently that the price of gold had failed to escape a round of commodity price plummets that began in February. But the price of gold has fallen less than other assets. The Reuters/Jefferies CRBIndex has fallen by 17.7% since the high of the year set on February 24, but the price of gold has fallen only by 9.8% since the high of $1,797.70 per ounce set on February 28. .

On the same day, the price of silver futures for December delivery rose 21.6 cents to close at $32.959 per ounce, an increase of 0.66%. The price of platinum futures for delivery in January 2013 rose by $12.9 to close at $1645.2 per ounce, an increase of 0.79%.

117%! The annual yield of government bonds issued by a country has soared to 117%! Ancient Greece, the birthplace of European civilization, has such low credit in the modern international credit system. According tWhat will the precious metals market do in the trade war?o foreign professionals, debt default is inevitable in the next five years.

On September 18, although the IMF announced that it would sell 403.3 tons (12.9 million ounces) of gold stocks, it repeatedly emphasized that it would sell gold in a way that would not disrupt the market, but the market was still worried-who can afford 13 billion US dollars to take over this A batch of gold equivalent to one-eighth of the organization's total gold reserves?