Gold prices held steady on Monday, with investors looking ahead to a clutch of speeches from US Federal Reserve officials later in the week for clues on the timing of possible interest rate hikes. Spot gold had edged down 0.1
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Gold prices ended with a loss on Friday, but tallied a third consecutive weekly gain as political uncertainty continued to boost investment demand for the metal. “The cocktail of [recent] dollar weakness and ongoing Trump developments encouraged bullish investors to
Gold prices rose on Thursday as the dollar drifted down from one-month highs hit in the previous session on upbeat US economic data. Spot gold had ticked up 0.3 per cent to $1,235.71 per ounce by 0237 GMT, while US
Gold slipped on Monday as the dollar strengthened against the yen, with the greenback buoyed by a smooth meeting between US President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that saw no mention of currency policy. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot
Gold fell on Friday on a firmer dollar after US President Donald Trump promised a major tax announcement and as economic data boosted expectations of a US rate hike. Spot gold was down 0.4% at $1,225.42 per ounce by 8.56am.
Gold was trading marginally in green in early trade on Thursday on account of some safe-haven demand for precious metals from jewelers, retailers and investors. The yellow metal was trading 0.05 per cent, or Rs 16, up at Rs 29346