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Gold ended the week down nearly 0.8% on rising equity prices and the stronger dollar. The American dollar got support from fresh economic data suggesting that the U.S. economy remains on a solid footing.
Gold settled up $15.03 at $1330.78 an ounce on Thursday, recouping most of the losses from the previous session, after the European Central Bank signaled it was ready and willing to ramp up stimulus to lift inflation and economic growth in coming months.
Gold prices settled at $1364.61 an ounce on Friday, a rise of 1.66% over the course of the week's trading, as upbeat U.S. economic data failed to alter investors’ outlook on Federal Reserve interest rate increases.
Gold markets have been very bullish over the last couple of weeks, as the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. That being the case, there is quite a bit of concern when it comes down to the economic markets, and the list to say the currency markets.
Gold prices settled at $1298.43 an ounce on Friday, a rise of 1.81% over the course of the week's trading, as the Federal Reserve's cautious stance towards tightening policy, soft economic data and a slide in equities lured investors back into the market.
Gold prices ended the week down nearly 1.45% to settle at $1252.62 an ounce, as worries that the Federal Reserve is set to raise U.S. interest rates next month prompted investors to step back from their bullish bets on the precious metal.