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Gold rallies to record and euro tops $1.17 while European travel stocks slump on Spain quarantine


Passengers wearing a face mask or covering due to the COVID-19 pandemic, arrive at Heathrow airport, west London, on July 10, 2020.

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Gold surged to a record and the dollar weakened Monday while European travel stocks slumped.

As U.S. lawmakers debate another round of stimulus and concerns mount about a stalling economic recovery, gold futures
climbed over $32 an ounce. The euro
traded above $1.17, having been as low as $1.08 as recently as May, as traders react to the new stimulus plan from…


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