Gold Prices Lower on Stronger Dollar, Weaker Crude Oil

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Gold prices edged lower Friday as an increasingly stronger dollar made the metal more expensive for non-U.S. buyers and some investors decided to book profits on what is shaping up to be a robust start to the year.
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Drilling Index Expects 2011 Gains to Continue

Pipeline activity in November of last year reached its highest point since last spring, thanks to record-setting drilling results and improved financing, according to a most recent report published Thursday.
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Gold rose to a one-month high on Thursday, as comments by the president of the European Central Bank on cheap money stabilizing the region's banking system extended the metal's gain to a third consecutive day.
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Gold Prices Move Above Key Level on Strong Asian Demand

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Gold Climbs to Highest in a Month on Chinese Demand

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Indian Buyers Snap up Discounted Gold

Gold traders in India, the world's biggest buyer of bullion, stepped up buying for the upcoming wedding season, as gold prices stayed near the week's trough, giving silver a boost.


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