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Portuguese, Greek Bonds Fall on Debt Concern; Stocks Drop, Metals Strengthen

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Bloomberg reports that bonds of Europe’s most-indebted nations fell, stocks dropped and the yen, gold and silver climbed.

Bloomberg reports that bonds of Europe’s most-indebted nations fell, stocks dropped and the yen, gold and silver climbed.

The market news is quoted as saying,

Russia’s Micex Index retreated 1.6 percent as companies including OAO Rosneft and OAO GMK Norilsk Nickel sank on lower oil and metals prices. Copper fell for a fourth day, and nickel slipped for a third day in London. Crude oil increased 0.7 percent to $107.86 a barrel.

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COMMODITIES

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Gold1869.97+1.80
Silver22.19-0.09
Copper4.01-0.03
Palladium1713.170.00
Platinum1087.260.00
Oil75.46+1.35
Heating Oil2.84+0.07
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