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News Summary: Metal prices follow stocks lower

HEADED LOWER: The prices of gold, most other metals and crude oil fell, following the stock market down, as unrest grew in Europe and economic uncertainty lingered.

GOLD PULLS BACK: A summer-long rally took gold from about $1,550 an ounce to almost $1,800. It's reversed course over the past week and ended Wednesday at $1,753.60.

OIL FALLS: Benchmark crude fell below $90 as protests raged in Greece and Spain over spending cuts and tax increases designed to resolve a debt crisis. Oil finished the day at $89.98 per barrel, down $1.39.

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