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Gold Futures Withering Away

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Gold futures were poised to settle with a loss of over $60, below $1500 an ounce Friday on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, potentially striking their lowest level since July 2011, after downbeat U.S. retail-sales and concerns over Cyprus continue. Rumors out Thursday that Cyprus would possible sell some gold from its Central Bank reserves has investors on edge. Cyprus finance ministry denied reports that President Nicos Anastasiades would ask for "extra assistance" from the European Union, but stated that Anastasiades instead was referring to technical and structural aid. Anastasiades had previously discussed the matter with European Commission Vice President Olli Rehn. Euro-zone finance ministers are expected to finalize Cyprus's bailout terms at a meeting on Friday. Luxembourg Finance Minister Luc Frieden said Cyprus's international lenders could not increase the 10 billion euro ($13.1 billion) aid package, already agreed upon. Psychological impact of potential selling of the precious metal from Cyprus continued to take a toll as investors are losing confidence in the safe-have precious metal. Continued concerns over Cyprus and speculation they would ask for more bailout money, shook the sugar tree.

On Friday, the U.S. government announced that U.S. retail sales during March fell by a seasonally adjusted 0.4% to mark the biggest decline since June 2012. Retail sales account for nearly a third of consumer spending which is the main engine of the economy. Sales are a good indicator for how fast the U.S. economy is growing. Excluding autos, retail sales fell 0.4%. Excluding gasoline stations, retail sales including autos, electronics, groceries, hobby items, personal care and general merchandise fell 0.2%. The decline indicates Americans have cut back on purchases of consumer goods, possibly as a result of higher taxes as well as, slower job creation nipping at their heels. Retail sales in March rose at bars, home-furnishing stores, Internet retailers and restaurants.

Labor Department reported on Friday that wholesale prices fell 0.6% in March after seasonable adjustments, with energy prices falling 3.4%. Over the past year, producer price index has risen 1.1%, for the smallest increase in eight months. In March, core PPI - which excludes food and energy prices - rose 0.2%. Over the past year, core prices are up 1.7%.

The University of Michigan-Thomson Reuters Consumer Sentiment released on Friday fell to a preliminary reading of 72.3 in April, striking the lowest reading since July.

The U.S. Commerce Department reported on Friday that business inventories edged up 0.1% in February to a seasonally adjusted $1.64 trillion. Ratio of inventories to sales was 1.28, down slightly from 1.29 in January.
 

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