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PRECIOUS-Gold hits 3-week low; Fed rate hike outlook weighs 01:05 GMT

Sept 21 (Reuters) - Gold fell to its lowest level in over three weeks on Thursday as a stronger U.S. dollar and the increasing likelihood of another Federal Reserve interest rate hike this year curbed demand. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold was down 0.2 percent at $1,298.61 an ounce at 0054 GMT, after earlier dropping to lowest since late August at $1295.65. * U.S. gold futures for December delivery lost 1 percent to $1,302.10 an ounce. * The U.S. dollar  Full Article

 

Metals and Mining

Data as of 01:29 GMT (Delayed at least 20 minutes).
Commodity Exch Currency Expire Last Trade
Date/Time
Net Chg Open High Low
GOLD CON1
Oct17
TCE JPY 10/26 4,695 09/21 01:20 -6 4,701 4,705 4,683
SILVER CON1
Oct17
TCE JPY 10/26 63 +0 0 0 0
PLATINUM CON1
Oct17
TCE JPY 10/26 3,420 09/21 01:02 -24 3,437 3,437 3,406
PALLADIUM CON1
Oct17
TCE JPY 10/26 3,298 +0 0 0 0
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UK £ USD =1.3483
Euro USD =1.1869
Rand USD =0.0749
Symbol Last Net Change
BRENT CRUDE JAN7 USD  56.14 USD  -0.15
GAS OIL LS OCT16 USD  538.50 USD  1.50
LIGHT CRUDE CON1 USD  50.67 USD  -0.02
NATURAL GAS CON1 USD  3.07 USD  -0.02
Symbol Last Net Change
COFFEE C CON1 USC  136.55 USC  0.00
COCOA CON1 USD  1,998.00 USD  0.00
SUGAR 11 CON1 USC  14.07 USC  0.00