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Gold Daily Review November 10, 2017

Gold Daily Review for November 10, 2017

Starbucks’ Howard Schultz slams GOP tax plan as ‘fool’s gold’

Starbucks exec Howard Schultz said the Republican tax overhaul is too heavily tilted toward simple tax cuts instead of actual tax reform.

 

Starbucks’ Howard Schultz: GOP Tax Plan Is ‘Fool’s Gold’ That Doesn’t Help Vulnerable Americans

Starbucks chairman and former CEO Howard Schultz has never been one to hold back on giving his opinion about the state of the country — and on Thursday, speaking at a conference in New York City, Schultz continued his outspoken streak, especially when it came to the GOP’s new tax proposal.

 

Gold Prices Clear Monthly Opening Range & Initiate Bullish Series

Gold prices have cleared the monthly opening range, with the precious metal at risk of exhibiting a more bullish behavior as it initiates a series

 

Gold ends at more than 3-week high as U.S. equities, dollar decline

Gold on Thursday marked its highest settlement in more than three weeks. “Gold prices have rebounded, likely reflecting some safe-haven flows on U.S.

 

Gold Prices Rise as Senate Tax Plan Leaves Markets Disappointed

Gold prices rose after the US Senate produced a tax cut plan that disappointed the markets. Incoming headlines from Washington DC portend seesaw volatility ahead.

 

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