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    NY gold sprints past $320/oz at noon http://www.kitco.com/_a/news/29551.htm
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    NY gold sprints past $320/oz at noon, copper rallies Updated Thu 5/23/2002 11:50 EST
    NEW YORK, May 23 (Reuters) - The following are New York midday prices and market updates for precious metals and copper: GOLD COMEX June gold <0#GC:> jumps $3.20 to $321.50 an ounce at 1216 EDT, a fresh 23-month high, on stop-loss buying. Market rallies against a background of geopolitical uncertainty, with fresh violence in Israel and standoff at Pakistani-Indian border of Jammu and Kashmir supporting safe-haven gold. Concerns about U.S. vulnerability to more terror attacks boosts market in brisk trading. Estimated volume was 36,000 lots at noon. Spot gold was quoted at $321.40/1.90, a 2-1/2-year high, up from $318.10/60 at Wednesday's close. London PM fix was $317.15 an ounce. SILVER COMEX July silver <0#SI:> piggybacks on rising gold, lifted 5.0 cents to $4.89 an ounce, trading $4.77 to $4.90. Estimated noon turnover was 9,000 lots. Spot silver quoted at $4.85/87, from the close at $4.82/84. Silver fixed at $4.775 in London. PLATINUM GROUP METALS NYMEX July platinum <0#PL:> trims losses to trade at $539.50 an ounce, down 50 cents. Spot platinum was at $541/548. Thinly-traded June palladium <0#PA:> off $5 at $356 an ounce. Spot palladium at $353/358. COPPER COMEX key July copper <0#HG:> gains 0.90 cent to 73.70 cents a lb, a one-week high, ranges 72.50 to 73.90 cents. Spot May up 0.90 at 73.05 cents. Noon turnover hit 11,000 lots. Market lifted by strong U.S. April durable goods data and rising LME copper, which flipped back above $1,600 a tonne, ignoring slumping U.S. equities. LME three-months copper settles kerb session $18 higher at $1,611. ((New York Commodity Desk, 646 223 6040, [email protected]))
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    Metals - Gold off highs in late London trade after US durable goods dataSource: AFX Publication date: 2002-05-23
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    LONDON (AFX) - The price of gold was off its high while base metal rose in late London trade, after stronger-than-expected US durable goods data fueled hopes for a US economic recovery and lifted the dollar, dealers said.
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    Orders for durable goods rose for the fifth consecutive month in April, up 1.1 pct in April. The consensus forecast of Wall Street economists was for orders to decline 0.1 pct in April.
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    "US durable goods were much stronger than expected and led to a little bit of a contraction on the price of gold, but not to the extent it should have," said Kevin Norrish, analyst at Barclays Capital.
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    Earlier, gold price has stumbled on talks that the Russian government was to sell some of its gold reserves, said Norrish.
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    When the erroneous Russian story was denied gold bounced back, said Norrish.
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    "Gold seems to be fairly resilient and the technical target of 325 usd per ounce, which is the high of 1993, seems achievable," he added.
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    At 3.50 pm, gold traded at 317.25 usd per ounce.
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    All of the base metals moved up to challenge their resistance levels, dealers said.
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    "We are in limbo. The fundamentals are not as good as hoped and the market is looking for direction," said Norrish.
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    "There was some strengthening on the back of the US durable goods, as expected, but not enough to break above key levels," he said.
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    "The discouraging fact is that given the expected fall in aluminium stocks and the fall in the euro, we were expecting some European buying but it failed to materialise," said Norrish.
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    The worrying element is that demand in Europe is still non-existent, he concluded.
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    At 3.50 pm, aluminium traded at 1341.50 usd per tonne, copper at 1587.25 usd per tonne, and nickel at 6557 usd per tonne.
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