Gold prices ended Tuesday’s session down $10.19 as the dollar strengthened after retail sales recorded their biggest jump in seven months.
Gold prices fell $8.59 an ounce on Monday as easing tensions between the United States and North Korea boosted appetite for riskier assets.
Gold prices are modestly lower in afternoon U.S. trading Monday as surging U.S. stock markets and a rebound in the dollar took some momentum
Gold prices settled at $1290.38 an ounce on Friday, gaining 2.5% on the week, as recent volatility in global equity markets and a weaker dollar boosted prices.
Gold prices rose $9.30 an ounce on Thursday, extending their gains to a third-straight session, as geopolitical risks hit equities and the dollar index fell.
Gold prices are higher in U.S. trading Wednesday as investors sought safety from rising tensions between the U.S. and North Korea.
Gold prices rallied to nearly $1280 an ounce on Wednesday as rising tensions between the U.S. and North Korea stoked demand for the safe-haven metal.
Gold has erased its earlier gains and is trading slightly lower in afternoon U.S. trading. XAU/USD initially tried to break out to the upside however,
Gold prices ended a choppy, two-sided trading session higher yesterday as tensions between the U.S. and North Korea escalated.
Gold has erased its earlier losses and is trading near unchanged in afternoon U.S. trading. Prices are stalling after Friday’s downside price action
Gold prices ended Monday nearly unchanged after a quiet session as investors await speeches from Federal Reserve officials.
Gold ended the week down by 0.9% at $1258.72 as investors took profits from a recent rally that pushed the market to the highest level in six weeks and the dollar got a boost from a massive gain of 209000 jobs in July.
Gold is modestly higher in U.S. trading Thursday. XAU/USD climbed back above the $1264 level earlier in the day
Gold prices fell $2.33 an ounce on Wednesday, moving away from a six-week high struck the previous day.
Gold prices are slightly higher in U.S. trading Wednesday, following the disappointing ADP jobs report.