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Gold little changed ahead of U.S. data, set for quarterly gain
(Reuters - 30/09/2017)

Gold prices dipped on Friday as investors awaited U.S. economic data that was expected to give more clues about a possible interest rate hike in December. Spot gold was down 0.1 percent at $1,285.73 per ounce by 1215 GMT while U.S. gold futures rose 0.02

(Bullion Desk - 29/09/2017)

The spot gold price has recovered slightly after the dollar’s recent run of strength came to a halt, but remained below $1,290 per oz during Asian morning trading on Friday September 29 on a lack of upside catalysts. The spot gold price was quoted at

Undermined by Dollar, could Gold and Silver shine again?
(FX Street - 27/09/2017)

Owing to a stronger US dollar, buck-denominated precious metals have fallen out of favour again. Both gold and silver currently find themselves in the red for the month of September with just a couple of trading days to go. The precious metals, which pay

Gold steady as N.Korea worries lend support
(Reuters - 27/09/2017)

Gold was largely unchanged on Wednesday after falling over one percent in the previous session on hawkish comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, while lingering North Korea worries supported prices. Spot gold inched 0.1 percent higher to

Gold steady near 1-week high on North Korea worries
(Gulfnews - 27/09/2017)

Gold eased under pressure from the dollar on Tuesday but was still near one-week highs as North Korea appeared to have boosted coastal defences amid rising tension with the United States. Spot gold shed 0.4 per cent to $1,305.18 per ounce at 1011 GMT,

(Bullion Desk - 25/09/2017)

The spot gold price fell during Asian morning trading hours on Monday September 25, as the dollar strengthened and a quiet weekend on the North Korean front saw a further deterioration in any risk-off sentiment. The spot gold price was recently quoted at

Dubai gold prices fall further: Time to buy?
(Gulfnews - 25/09/2017)

Jewellery lovers who hit the shops today may find some good bargains, with retail rates registering a nearly Dh5 per gram decline compared to previous weeks. The relatively cheaper prices, however, may not stick around for long, with the forecast for the

Risk averse investors may seek refuge in gold as tensions escalates
(Gulf News - 24/09/2017)

Gold may be a winner again this week as investors continue to seek refuge from increasingly tense politics. Tensions between the United States and North Korea, triggered by a war of words both in the UN and on Twitter, has been impacting commodities and

Gold futures rise on escalating geopolitical tensions
(Xinhua - 23/09/2017)

Gold futures on the COMEX division of the New York Mercantile Exchange rose on Friday as investors sought refuge amid escalating tensions between the United States and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). The most active gold contract for

Gold up on US-North Korea tensions
(Reuters - 23/09/2017)

Gold recovered from a four-week low on Friday as investors sought a safe haven from geopolitical uncertainty caused by rising tensions between North Korea and the United States. Bullion is often used as a refuge in times of political or economic

Gold slips as investors pile into equities
(Gulfnews - 13/09/2017)

Gold fell to its lowest in more than a week on Tuesday as easing concerns over North Korea’s nuclear ambitions and the impact of Hurricane Irma tempered demand for the metal as a haven from risk while the dollar strengthened. World stocks hit record

Bullish copper bets go wrong as warnings of ‘hype’ ignored
(Gulf Times - 12/09/2017)

Hedge funds ignored the warnings about the red-hot copper market, and it may have cost them. After amassing their largest holdings ever, money managers saw the value of the metal plunge last week, halting the longest rally in a decade. While global

Gold retreats from 1-year high as dollar gains ground
(Gulfnews - 12/09/2017)

Gold fell early on Monday after hitting its highest in over a year in the previous session, as the dollar recovered from last week’s lows and as lack of geopolitical developments dented safe-haven appeal. Spot gold was down 0.8 per cent at $1,335.10

Gold at highest in a year as rate hike expectations recede
(The Peninsula - 10/09/2017)

Gold prices rose to their highest in more than a year on Friday as weak economic data reduced expectations of another interest rate increase in the United States this year, US bond yields fell and the dollar plunged to its weakest since early 2015.

Gold succumbs to profit-taking after touching one-year high
(Gulfnews - 06/09/2017)

Gold eased on Tuesday as investors booked profits after the previous session’s rise to a one-year high, though prices remain underpinned by safe-haven demand because of continued concern over North Korea’s nuclear posturing. Spot gold was down 0.2 per

Gold surges to 1-year high on renewed North Korea tensions
(Gulfnews - 05/09/2017)

Gold prices spiked more than one per cent on Monday to its highest level in a year as risk averse investors sought refuge in the safe haven metal amid geopolitical tensions triggered by North Korea, which tested a hydrogen bomb on Saturday. International

Gold prices likely to gain from North Korean nuclear test
(Gulfnews - 04/09/2017)

Gold prices are expected to tick higher this week, analysts said, spurred by the latest North Korean missile test on Sunday, which is likely to send investors seeking safe havens. This risk-averse sentiment is expected to carry over to international

Gold eases as dollar gains, losses capped by Korean tensions
(Gulfnews - 01/09/2017)

Gold prices fell on Thursday as the dollar gained ground after data showed strong growth in the United States, but losses were capped by rising security concerns created by tensions on the Korean peninsula. The US currency rose after data showed the US