Gold traded about 0.7 % above a nine-week low Spot gold flat at $1,684.90 in Asian hours, rebounding yesterday from a nine-week low of $1,672.75,
Gold for December delivery flat at 1,685. Cash silver fell as much as 0.3 % to $31.075, before trading at $31.12. Spot platinum rose 0.2 % to $1,545.50 an ounce, after gaining 0.4 % earlier. Palladium gained 0.3 % to $613.50 an ounce, after swinging between gains and losses.
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Gold imports by China from Hong Kong climbed 30 % in September from a month earlier.
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Gold imports by China from Hong Kong up 69.71 MT in Sep from 53.51 MT a month earlier,
Net imports, were 41,559.5 kilograms in September from 27,011 kilograms a month earlier.
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