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Gold lower ahead of U.S. jobless claims data

Reuters India Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
Gold prices fell on Thursday as expectations of a surge in U.S. jobless claims due to the coronavirus outbreak eclipsed a massive U.S. stimulus package and kept alive a rush for cash among investors.
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