Wednesday links: Gold at 10-month low, holds on to $1,500 an ounce

Gold at 10-month low, holds on to $1,500 an ounce (MarketWatch)

Gold & Silver Decline: George Soros Nearly Quadrupled Gold Stake in Q1 (Fox Business)

Slump Persists: Greek Banking Jitters Scuttle Early Rally (Fox Business)

Fund managers reveal “best ideas” at Ira Sohn event (Reuters)

Fed Raises Stimulus Hopes, Treasurys Soar (WSJ)

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Monday Links: Gold Down to Fresh 2012 Low

Gold Down To Fresh 2012 Low (WSJ)

‘Au’-sterity for gold as prices plunge (CNN)

Gold Erases Year’s Gain as Europe Concern Boosts Dollar (Bloomberg)

Euro drops to near 4-month low on Greek deadlock (Reuters)

Analysis: Fed regulators in hot seat over JPMorgan loss (Reuters)

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Tuesday links: Gold gives up gains for the year

Euro, stocks, oil slump as Greek crisis deepens (Reuters)

US Stocks Decline Amid Greece Concerns (WSJ)

US Employers Posted 3.74 Million March Jobs (ABC)

Why Gold Could Be Setting Up For A Killer Comeback (Forbes)

Europe Worries Push Gold To 4-Month Low (WSJ)

Gold Gives Up Gains for Year—and Could Go Lower (CNBC)

Gold, other commodities fall as doubts about Europe’s economy prompt concerns about demand (Washington Post)

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Monday links: Gold ends lower on European elections

Gold ends lower on European elections (MarketWatch)

India Removes Excise Tax on Gold Jewelry (WSJ)

Warren Who? Gold Bugs Still Think They Have Right Idea (CNBC)

US consumers upped their borrowing in March (AP)

A post-elections reality check in the Eurozone (LA Times)

US Stocks Mixed After Post-Election Bounce (WSJ)

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Thursday Links: Gold falls 1 percent

Gold falls 1 percent, US nonfarm payrolls eyed (Reuters)

Gold falls after ECB offers little stimulus hope (AP)

Gold falls after ECB offers little hope of stimulus money for economy; other commodities mixed (Washington Post)

April retail sales worst since 2009 (AP)

OPEC says pumping hard to bring oil price down (Reuters)

US Stocks Decline On Eve Of Friday Jobs Report; Nonmanufacturing Activity Weak (WSJ)

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