A little upside here, a little downside there and we're back almost to where we started the week in gold.
There is always a temptation to comment on murderous events such as the London bombing but I'll hold my views to myself only to say that the Londoners have been through worse and are made of stern stuff.
Mustang Minerals drops on results, Aflease and Southern Cross aim to hook up, Forsys joins the uranium parade, Greystar hits new highs and more this week on the Canadian markets.
A quick look at the U.S. $ Index to see if it is still performing as one expects, in opposition to the action of gold.
Wow, was that some move in gold or what? Friday's drop shook up the markets but was it really as bad as it looks? The only way we will know is by our weekly review of the market action itself so let's get to it.
Demand for silver is growing steadily. Existing applications are consuming more silver each year and that pattern is likely to continue. More importantly, new applications are constantly being developed.
Today I thought I'd just take a quick look at three commodities of interest rather than trying to assess what's happening to commodities in general.