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News Alert - Big sell order brings gold down $10 in 10 seconds as market rigging continues to hold prices down
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Big sell order brings gold down $10 in 10 seconds as market rigging continues to hold prices down

A sell order for 2,000 gold futures contracts yesterday led to a 10 second halt to futures trading in London and a $10 drop in the price of the yellow metal. That's ironic really because ...
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