Gold patch again poor

AS GOLD continues to soften stocks in the sector are feeling the cold draft of disinterest, with the patch down more than 3.5% today. Leading the way (positively speaking) by a considerable margin was Kingsgate Consolidated, as investors again jumped in on the back of the positive news from the company last week about the possibilities in Thailand with its currently shuttered Chatree operation.

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