A bigger-than-expected fall in last month's US retail sales and a rise in weekly jobless claims dragged down the dollar into negative territory on Thursday. This was reflected in the euro/dollar futures and contracts for difference (CFDs), which settled higher on Bourse Africa. The weakness in the dollar and the loose monetary path by the US central bank helped gold reclaim the
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