PRECIOUS METALS HIGHLIGHTS : Top Stories of the Day
03/06/2013| 02:45pm US/Eastern
Lonmin: Operations Resumed After Brief Strike
JOHANNESBURG--Platinum producer Lonmin PLC (LMI.LN, LNMIY) Wednesday said all employees had returned to work, after about 6,000 didn't go underground at two of its shafts Tuesday because of disagreement between unions.
South Korea Boosts Gold Central-Bank Holdings in February
South Korea added around 20 metric tons of gold to its central-bank holdings last month, raising its exposure to the precious metal by almost a third.
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ZKB ETF Gold Holdings Down 0.5% Since Feb. 25; Silver Up 1.1%
Gold holdings in the exchange-traded fund of Zurich Cantonal Bank, or ZKB, fell 0.5% in the eight days between Feb. 25 and March 5, according to ZKB data Wednesday.
Comex Gold Flat, Continues Sideways Shuffle on Mixed U.S. Data
NEW YORK--Gold futures were flat Wednesday, capping a third session of mostly sideways trading after a set of mixed readings on the U.S. economy left investors reluctant to place large bets on the metal.
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