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ISTANBUL (Reuters) - International anti-war advocates accused the United States and Britain on Friday of committing war crimes in the invasion and occupation of Iraq in a symbolic
Market Fundamentals: By DAR WONG ASSOCIATES
GOLD started last week by making a new record high at 1265 when China, the world's third-largest economy, allowed more flexibility in the yuan rate.
GOLD attempted to retest the recent record high at 1265 but stalled at 1262 due weakening strength. Last Thursday, the metal tumbled to 1196, the most since February on signs that Europe's financial industry may recover, thus curbing demand for the yellow metal as a safe haven.
GOLD started last week at 1211 and traded lacklustre last Monday as US banks were on holiday.
GOLD started the week at 1182 and fell to 1174 after gaining four days as the improved economic outlook in Europe trimmed investment demand for the yellow metal. Growth in Europe's producers manufacturing industry accelerated to 56.7, at a three-month high and more than previously estimated in July.
GOLD started the week at 1227 and declined as a stronger dollar curbed demand for the yellow metal. Last Tuesday, the release of poorer-than-expected US existing home sales kicked up the market from 1209 and reached 1235.
GOLD started the record-setting week at 1276 and climbed to 1283 below sliding to 1270 on profit taking by some investors.