From Chris Mullen at GoldSeek.com...
Gold fell about 0.5% to $1335.23 in early London trade on Friday, before it jumped up to $1352.62 a little after 08:00 New York time.
Dipping back only to ultimately climb higher in early afternoon trade, the Gold Price in Dollars ended near its late session high of $1359.30 with a gain of 1.1% on the day, some 2.4% higher for the week.
The Gold Price in Euros rose to €975 per ounce, some 2.3% up for the week.
Silver fell to $23.72 in overnight trade before it rallied back higher for most of Friday's trade in London and New York, ending near its late session high of $24.567 with a gain of 2.9% on the day, over 6% higher for the week.
Platinum gained $14.50 to $1698, and copper dropped 5 cents to about $3.73.
Gold Mining and silver equities rose over 1% by late morning and remained near their highs into the close.
Oil and the US Dollar index both fell slightly while Treasuries rose and the Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P waffled near unchanged as traders wait for the Federal Reserve announcement on QEII next week.
New data meantime showed GDP growth in the United States holding at a 2.0% pace in the third quarter, but inflation – as measured by the Chain Deflator – jumped to 2.3% annualized from 1.9% between April and June.
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