Oil, gold to gain on Syrian strikes, Russian retaliation in focus

LONDON (Reuters) – Gold and oil will extend their gains on Monday, albeit modestly, when the markets open for the first time since Western powers launched a missile attack on Syria but equities and bonds are unlikely to suffer big losses unless the West strikes again or Russia retaliates.

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