Gold fell for a second day as the rally to a 29-week high and lower commodity prices prompted some investors to sell the metal. Platinum declined. Spot gold dropped 0.3 % to $1,765.50 in Asian hours Vs $1,779.50 yesterday, . Gold RSI held for a 15th day above 70, signaling price may decline. December-delivery gold fell as much as 0.3 % to $1,765.60 an ounce on the Comex after reaching a 29-week high of $1,781.80 yesterday, and traded at $1,765.70. Holdings in gold-backed, ETP climbed to a record 2,519.263 metric tons yesterday. In China, spot gold slid 0.6 % to $1,772.59 on the Shanghai Gold Exchange.
***Japan followed the U.S.in expanding asset purchases to boost economic growth ; BOJ said it will add 10 trillion yen ($128 billion) to a fund that buys assets.
***Gold has risen 9.3% % and the euro up 6 % against the USD.
Cash silver fell as much as 0.3 % to $34.505 before trading at $34.5125, reversing a 0.4 % gain. Spotplatinum lost 0.8 % to $1,627.50 an ounce, and palladium dropped 0.7 % to $667 an ounce.
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