Markets Close Flat Following Fading of an Early Rally

On Thursday, stocks were flat, unconvinced by motivating employment news but uncluttered by worrying global economy developments. A government statement of lesser unemployment claims, in the morning, moved the economy higher. The industrial average of Dow Jones climbed as high as 83 points, waving off a broadening trade shortfall in US, ratings slash in Spain, and greater unemployment in Greece.

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Gold Overturns Losses on Equity, but Economy Concerns Remain

During the present week, the main focus will most likely be on the non-farm payrolls report from United States that has been scheduled to be issued on Friday (November 2nd 2012), which could possibly make clear the recent recovery of the nascent labor marketplace, and shape a progressively tense voting between the Democratic Party’s current President Barack Obama, and his Republican

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