Aug 22, 2014, 2:04 AM EST
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Spot gold is active from Sun 6 PM – Fri 5:15 PM EST, with a 45 minute break at 5:15 PM daily. The live gold chart begins streaming at 6:00 PM EST Sunday evening. Spot and closing prices reflect the midpoint between Bid and Ask. Dollar and percentage changes are calculated off the most recent New York close.
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Current gold prices are derived from spot gold trading in New York, Europe and Asia and are presented in intervals ranging from individual ticks to monthly candles. Gold traders may use these free, streaming charts to watch action overseas and overnight, before entering a trade. Physical gold buyers will find these charts and closing prices helpful for keeping track of spot gold, which is used to price individual gold bars and coins offered by retail gold dealers.
The mobile option in the menu provides a different candlestick chart that does not require Flash, making it more ideal for tablet and smart phone use. The red banner that appears across the menu goes away when you click it, but you will have to close the window that it opens. It only happens once per session. You may also set your local time zone through the controls in the chart menu. Several technical indicators and chart tools are also available through the menu.
The Kitco Gold Chart is also available in the sub-menu above. This is a unique, 3-day view of gold prices and trading over identical 24-hour periods.
Finally, closing gold prices are provided in the 5-day close chart and table above. Closing prices are based on the New York close at 5:15 PM EST.
Gold Trading News
Select Opinion: Items Relevant to Gold in the Blogosphere
- Swiss Gold Repatriation to Send Shock Waves in Gold Market - Egon von Greyerz via KWN Thursday, Aug 21, 2014
- Imagine a similar grassroots gold initiative in the U.S.
- Why Gold is Headed Into the Stratosphere - Grant Williams via KWN Wednesday, Aug 20, 2014
- A rather simple discussion around supply and demand.
Spot Gold Charts and Trading News on PMBull
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