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imagesGold volumes for the benchmark cash contract on the Shanghai Gold Exchange soared to a record today, as the market re-opened after the New Year’s week long holiday and bargain hunters started buying.

The volume for bullion of 99.99% purity exceeded 22,000 kilograms (22 metric tons), according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Prices fell 2.8% to 327.25 yuan/gram ($1,630.29/oz) as of 5:04 p.m. Singapore time.

Chinese investors returned to the market today after the holiday, and the slump in gold prices in the past week provided great incentive for buying as many Chinese are still holding a bullish outlook on gold,” Qu Mingyu, a trader at Bank of China Ltd., the 4th largest lender by assets, commented today.  The return of demand in Asia was not limited to China as demand in India was also seen overnight.

Submitted by SD Contributor FW:

Friday may be a good day to look for an opportunity to Stack the Smack.

I’d put odds that we’ll have a silver correction Friday at 70%.  Mining equities were somewhat signaling correction during Thursday’s trade.  The RSI blasted almost to 80.  Gold was capped by the cartel today at the typical 1% up rule, which shows the scumbags are lurking around and active.  The daily trend leveled and we should look to see if there’s weakness in the overnight session in advance of the COMEX open.  Inflation trade commodities other than PMs sold off today and we may have an improvement in weather coming, which will temporarily take the heat off the ag sector.