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Gold prices were closed at $1826.45 after setting a high of $1828.15 and a low of $1813.80. Gold prices surged for the third consecutive Full Article

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Gold was up in Asia on Monday morning, reaching a two-month high. The yellow metal gained ground when the dollar fell. Gold futures were up Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at $1763.90 after reaching a high of $1789.30 and a low of $1758.50. Gold e Full Article

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Today in the Asian trading session, the precious metal price failed to stop its previous-day downward rally and drew some further offers aro Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at $1793.55 after setting a high of $1797.35 and a low of $1781.25. The XAU/USD advanced on Monday and recovered Full Article

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Crude Oil looking for further highs soon, Gold and Silver trade sideways Full Article

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The precious metal, gold, was rejected at $1,789, and it has started closing candles below this level. That suggests a bearish bias among... Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at $1801.15 after reaching a high of $1812.65 and a low of $1793.55. Gold extended its gains but remained under cons Full Article

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The gold price forecast seems bearish as it closed at $1794.95 on Wednesday, after reaching a high of $1809.25 and a low of $1783.05... Full Article

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Gold is still trading bullishly, with the current price at $1,804 per ounce. Gold is currently trading with a positive bias, just above... Full Article

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Gold price forecast remains bullish above 1,798 level on Monday. On Friday, it closed at $1796.30 after reaching a high of $1815.50 Full Article

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The precious metal, gold, trade with a bullish bias at the 1,788 level. The yellow metal has bounced off the support level of 1,774 level Full Article

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Gold prices ended the day at $1768.30, with a high of $1797.70 and a low of $1765.10. Gold prices retreated on Friday after rising Full Article

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Good morning, traders. The precious metal gold price succeeded in stopping its previous week's downside rally and drew some modest bids.. Full Article

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Gold soars to $1,794 ahead of the US retail sales figure. Yesterday, gold prices closed at $1796.55 after reaching a high of $1801.75 and... Full Article

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On Thursday, gold is trading with a bullish bias at the $1,789 level amid weakness in the US dollar. On Wednesday, gold prices closed at Full Article

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On Wednesday, the precious metal gold continues trading sideways in a narrow trading range of 1,761 - 1755. On Tuesday, gold closed at $1760 Full Article

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Gold prices fell on Monday, pulled down by a rising dollar on betting that the US Federal Reserve would not delay withdrawing stimulus Full Article

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Following a tremendous rise to a new 15-day high of $1,781, the XAU/USD pair loses traction, and gold erases nonfarm payroll-driven gains. Full Article

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It's going to be a rollercoaster ride for the U.S. dollar and correlated trading securities amid the U.S. nonfarm payrolls data. Gold came t Full Article

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