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Gold rallies as dollar sinks

Gold for August delivery (CNS:GCQ3) climbed $39.40, or 3.2%, to $1,286.60 an ounce in electronic trade. The signal that the Fed will likely maintain an accommodative policy stance boosted gold prices, as quantitative easing by the Fed and other central banks worldwide has been seen as supporting a rally in gold in recent years.

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