Gold Daily Review for November 10, 2017
|Starbucks exec Howard Schultz said the Republican tax overhaul is too heavily tilted toward simple tax cuts instead of actual tax reform.|
|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 have cleared the monthly opening range, with the precious metal at risk of exhibiting a more bullish behavior as it initiates a series|
|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 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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