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There are some bullish signs in the sector, so here's how you can play it.
A falling dollar aids the metal but skepticism about a lasting rally remains.
Weak industrial production overshadows the surprisingly strong inflation report.
Strength in crude also helps the yellow metal, but the advance is capped at $600 per ounce.
The start of India's wedding season helps the yellow metal build on prior session's gains.
Global rate hikes, dollar strength and lower geopolitical tension conspire against commodities.
Fed officials' hawkish talk boosts buck, raises concerns about global growth.
The metal rises as the greenback suffers after Henry Paulson is named Treasury Secretary.
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Commodities advance as geopolitical tensions rise and the dollar falls.
Gold, silver and copper rise after news of stronger-than-expected durable goods and housing data.
Ongoing angst about Iran's nukes helps the metal rally despite weakness in crude prices.
The precious metal continues to test key levels, helping push silver and copper higher as well.
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