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World Stocks Pull Back Amid Rising Concerns Of A Market Correction

For the first day in three S&P futures have pulled back modestly from record levels as some investors cautioned that gains had gone too far, too fast, European shares are mixed while Asian equities extended their longest rising streak in almost two months as continued gains in Japan and India offset the losses in Hong Kong.

Goldman Issues Two Different Price Targets On Gold In The Same Day

Goldman 1: "We are maintaining our end-of-year gold price forecast of $1250/toz barring a substantial escalation in North Korea."
Goldman 2: "Gold has targets in the area of 1,375-1,380. Target/turn neutral at 1,375-1,380. Add on pullbacks towards 1,300."

Global Stocks Shake Off North Korea Jitters; Chinese Yuan Slides

Traders are eager to buy the latest dip, as US futures pared yesterday's losses before markets reopen after the Labor Day holiday, as global stocks looked to put any North Korean unpleasantries into the rear view mirror and assume another happy ending: