Commodity Market Outlook- Gold was steady on Thursday!

Gold was steady on Thursday after the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi signalled the bank could cut interest rates further, while investors awaited the U.S. jobs data on Friday that could impact monetary policy. Volumes were thinned by traders’ reluctance to take big positions during the U.S. Independence Day holiday. ECB leaves interest rates unchanged at 0.5 pct Coin demand not as strong as April – Perth Mint.

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