COMMENTARY:The Bombay Bullion Association is reporting that Indian gold-jewelry demand is holding up despite higher gold prices. The Commerzbank is citing data that China was a net importer of silver in September, although it is the world’s third-largest silver producer. Gold and silver prices have traded in a narrow range throughout the morning, but may be breaking to the upside. Palladium prices continue a sharp upward trend. Gold spot price is up $5.00 from the Morning Commentary – Silver spot is up 49 cents – Platinum spot price is up$4.90 – Palladium spot is up $18.50
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