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European stocks are higher Monday as a rise in commodities stocks offsets disappointing economic data out of the single-currency zone and the United Kingdom.
European markets were mixed on Friday as positive earnings reports battled to gain the upper hand against worries about Chinese growth and slightly disappointing eurozone data.
Continental European stocks sank on concerns over an imminent Greek debt payment, though U.K. stocks rose.
European stocks decline as investors weigh debt talks between Greece and core eurozone members.
Markets in Europe open on a positive note Monday, boosted by some encouraging company results and a few takeover deals in the pipeline.
Tim Harvey, Sr. VP at ETF Securities, discusses whether gold is still a defensive play as it continues to sell off with earnings.
Will Rhind, head of US Operations for ETF Securities, offers his view on which Presidential candidate is better for gold ahead of tonight's debate.
Adrian Ash, head of research at BullionVault, says the recent out performance by gold mining stocks over gold itself may be the start of a longer trend.
Tim Harvey, Sr. VP at ETF Securities, says platinum remains in play as a result of QE at home and abroad, as well as strikes in South Africa.
Jon Nadler, senior analyst at Kitco.com, says supply constraints in South Africa are making platinum a better play than gold.