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18% of Turks own illegal digital currencies

Post by rocky on Sat 07 Jul 2018, 2:38 am

 18% of Turks own illegal digital currencies




Gold prices trimmed losses on Friday as US tariffs on Chinese goods weighed on the dollar, fueling fears of a full-scale trade war between the world's two largest economies.
China imposed additional customs duties on certain products imported from the United States immediately after imposing US tariffs on Chinese imports worth 34 billion dollars, state media reported.
"If the trade war escalates, China may then sell US securities and buy gold," said Helen Lau, economic analyst at Argonaut Securities. This will be a big event. "
Gold fell 0.1 percent on spot trade to $ 1256.54 an ounce by 0702 GMT, after falling to $ 1252.15 an ounce earlier in the session.
But the yellow metal headed for the first weekly gain in four weeks.
US gold futures for delivery in August fell 0.1 percent to $ 1257.50 an ounce.
Among other precious metals, silver jumped 0.5 percent to $ 16.06 an ounce.
Palladium fell 0.2 percent to $ 945.97 an ounce, while platinum rose 0.3 percent to $ 842.70 an ounce.


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