*India raises import duty on gold to 8 percent. SINGAPORE, June 6- Gold fell on Thursday as India's move to hike import duty on the metal for the second time this year raised concerns about demand in the world's biggest bullion consumer. "The India news is having an impact but tremendous demand from China is helping," said a precious metals trader in Sydney. "» Read More
*FX quant funds expect better year after tough 2012. *Strategists say investors will focus more on fundamentals. LONDON, Jan 22- Computer-driven funds are seizing on signals suggesting the herd-like "risk-on/risk-off" investment behaviour that has dominated currency trading since 2010 is fading.
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