Gold Fixing Price 3:00 P.M. (London time) in London Bullion Market, based in U.S. Dollars

2014-09-30: 1,216.500 U.S. Dollars per Troy Ounce (+ see more) 
Daily, Not Seasonally Adjusted, GOLDPMGBD228NLBM, Updated: 2014-09-30 9:36 AM CDT
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The Fixings are an open process at which market participants can transact business on the basis of a single quoted price. Orders can be changed throughout the proceedings as the price is moved higher and lower until such time as buyers' and sellers' orders are satisfied and the price is said to be 'fixed'. Orders executed at the fixings are conducted as principal-to-principal transactions between the client and the dealer through whom the order is placed.
If you wish to use the gold or silver Fixing prices for commercial purposes, including to incorporate them into commercial products which you intend to market, sell or otherwise provide to third parties, you must pay the required fee and obtain a licence from The London Gold Market Fixing Limited and / or The London Silver Market Fixing Limited as appropriate. See www.goldfixing.com and www.silverfixing.com for full details. The London Bullion Market Association, The London Gold Market Fixing Limited and The London Silver Market Fixing Limited accept no liability or responsibility for the accuracy of the prices, any underlying product to which the prices may be referenced or otherwise in connection with your reliance on the published prices or their subsequent use.

Source: London Bullion Market Association

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(a) Gold Fixing Price 3:00 P.M. (London time) in London Bullion Market, based in U.S. Dollars, U.S. Dollars per Troy Ounce, Not Seasonally Adjusted (GOLDPMGBD228NLBM)
The Fixings are an open process at which market participants can transact business on the basis of a single quoted price. Orders can be changed throughout the proceedings as the price is moved higher and lower until such time as buyers' and sellers' orders are satisfied and the price is said to be 'fixed'. Orders executed at the fixings are conducted as principal-to-principal transactions between the client and the dealer through whom the order is placed.
If you wish to use the gold or silver Fixing prices for commercial purposes, including to incorporate them into commercial products which you intend to market, sell or otherwise provide to third parties, you must pay the required fee and obtain a licence from The London Gold Market Fixing Limited and / or The London Silver Market Fixing Limited as appropriate. See www.goldfixing.com and www.silverfixing.com for full details. The London Bullion Market Association, The London Gold Market Fixing Limited and The London Silver Market Fixing Limited accept no liability or responsibility for the accuracy of the prices, any underlying product to which the prices may be referenced or otherwise in connection with your reliance on the published prices or their subsequent use.

Gold Fixing Price 3:00 P.M. (London time) in London Bullion Market, based in U.S. Dollars
   

  

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