Gold Prices Continue to Drop, Reaching September's Lowest Point  

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  • Sejumlah emas batangan seberat 1 kilogram dipamerkan di Korea Gold Exchange. Tidak stabilnya perekonomian menyebabkan harga emas mengalami kenaikan. Seoul, Korea Selatan, 31 Juli 2015. REUTERS / Kim Hong-Ji

    Sejumlah emas batangan seberat 1 kilogram dipamerkan di Korea Gold Exchange. Tidak stabilnya perekonomian menyebabkan harga emas mengalami kenaikan. Seoul, Korea Selatan, 31 Juli 2015. REUTERS / Kim Hong-Ji

    TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Gold prices in the COMEX New York Merchantile Exchange continue to decrease on Wednesday, September 9, 2015, and remained in its lowest level this month as the US Dollar grew stronger.

    Gold prices for the December shipment contract decreases by US$19.00 to US$1,102.00 per ounce, or 1.69 percent lower compared to its previous price.

    Rallies in the European and Asian stock markets have also pulled investors away from gold, according to analysts.

    On Wednesday, the FTSE 100 index went up by 1.35 percent, while the French CAC 40 index is up by 1.44 percent Stocks in the United States also managed to record high trades.

    Silver priced for the December 2015 shipment is down by 17.90 cents to a level of US$14.576 per ounce.  Platinum prices for the October 2015 shipment is also down by US$21.70 or 2.16 percent and was closed at a level of US$981.20 per ounce.

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