|Gold •10 mins||1,426.70||-1.40||-0.10%|
|Platinum •10 mins||852.10||+2.20||+0.26%|
|Bitcoin •1 min||10,479.97||-206.01||-1.93%|
|WTI Crude •4 hours||55.76||+0.34||+0.61%|
|Gasoline •4 hours||1.795||+0.009||+0.50%|
|Silver •10 mins||16.20||-0.00||-0.02%|
|Silver • 10 mins||16.20||-0.00||-0.02%|
|Copper • 10 mins||2.753||+0.043||+1.57%|
|Ethereum • 1 min||221.25||-3.48||-1.55%|
|Brent Crude • 3 hours||62.47||+0.54||+0.87%|
|Natural Gas • 4 hours||2.228||-0.035||-1.55%|
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