NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Gold has had a rough 2013 so far. Tomorrow's Federal Open Market Committee announcement will either provide a helping hand for the yellow metal or send it lower once again. Giving his take to TheStreet's Joe Deaux is Mihir Dange, an options trader with Grafite Capital.There are several potential gold-moving events scheduled for this week, such as China's gross domestic product results and the Bank of Japan's announcement. But neither has as much potential to move the price of gold as tomorrow's Fed minutes announcement.
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