SEPT 14/GOLD DOWN $6.95 TO $1196.00/SILVER DOWN 11 CENTS TO $14.11/THE GOLD COMEX FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE INCEPTION IS EXPERIENCING CONTINUAL QUEUE JUMPING AS BULLION BANKS SCRAMBLE TO OBTAIN SOME PHYSICAL GOLD/THE REGISTERED OR FOR SALE GOLD IS DOWN TO 4.5 TONNES/SILVER HAS BEEN WITNESSING QUEUE JUMPING FOR THE PAST 17 MONTHS/TRUMP INITIATES HIS 2ND ROUND OF TARIFFS I.E. 200 BILLION DOLLARS WORTH: CHINA WILL RESPOND SHORTLY/DANSKE BANK IN ESTONIA (OWNED WHOLLY BY DANISH INTERESTS) IS IN SERIOUS TROUBLE TODAY AS THE EU AND THE USA INVESTIGATE THEM FOR MONEY LAUNDERING TERRORIST MONEY/THEY MAY HAVE TO SIT SHIVA FOR THEM/TURKISH LIRA FALLS AGAIN AFTER ERDOGAN GIVES HIS SON A LAW A TONGUE LASHING FOR RAISING RATES/ARGENTINIAN PESO FALLS TO RECORD LEVELS AS THE IMF REFUSES TO FORK OVER THEIR NEXT TRANCHE OF MONEY/HURRICANE FLORENCE WRECKS HAVOC ONTO NORTH CAROLINA/MAJOR GAS LINE EXPLOSIONS IN 3 BOSTON AREAS/MAJOR SWAMP STORIES FOR YOU TONIGHT/

    GOLD: $1196.00 DOWN  $6.95 (COMEX TO COMEX CLOSINGS) Silver:   $14.11  DOWN 11 CENTS (COMEX TO COMEX CLOSING)   Closing access prices: Gold $1193.60 silver: $14.07           For comex gold: SEPT/   And now Sept: NUMBER OF NOTICES FILED TODAY FOR SEPT CONTRACT:  56...
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