Global Markets Mixed; China Shares Pressured By Regulators

(Kitco News) - World stock markets were mixed overnight, with European shares little changed and the Chinese stock markets solidly lower. Chinese finance officials said at a big financial meeting over the weekend they will crack down hard on excessive debt and speculation by Chinese citizens. That rattled small-cap stocks in China. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward slightly higher openings when the New York day session begins.

Gold prices are firmer in pre-U.S. market trading Monday, on follow-through buying strength from Friday's rally.

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