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Gold prices surge as reports emerge of rebels shooting down a passenger plane in Ukraine.
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Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen speaks to the Senate Banking Committee.
Gold tumbles as analysts appear less optimistic about the yellow metal in the second half of 2014.
Gold prices rose more than 9.5% in the first half of 2014, and this is what Wall Street expects during the second half.
Fed minutes for the June meeting show the central bank is ready to end its unprecedented economic stimulus program by October.
Gold is effectively flat as investors sit on the sidelines and wait for the Federal Open Market Committee minutes.
Analysts predict an expensive holiday weekend as food and gas prices leap.