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Gold eases from 4-month peak as dollar fights back
(Gulf News - 17/01/2018)

Gold fell on Tuesday from the previous day’s four-month high, reflecting losses across precious metals and commodities more widely, as the dollar clawed back some lost ground after hitting a three-year low against a currency basket. Gold’s move lower

Gold prices hit four-month high
(Times of Oman - 16/01/2018)

Gold prices hit a four-month peak on Monday as the US dollar index slumped to its lowest in three years but analysts warned the greenback's decline could be short-lived as it was not driven by fundamentals. Spot gold was up 0.3 per cent at $1,342.11 an

Metals Power Higher as Sickly Dollar Spurs Copper-to-Gold Rally
(Bloomberg - 15/01/2018)

Copper jumped by the most in two months and zinc hit a fresh decade-high as base metals rallied on a potent combination of a softer dollar and continued robust outlook for demand. Gold and palladium also climbed. Copper surged as much as 2.1 percent, the

Gold hits 3-month peak after strong December rally
(Reuters - 02/01/2018)

Gold hit its highest since late September on Tuesday, extending a year-end rally that saw the metal rise 4.4 percent in the last three weeks of 2017, as a further retreat in the dollar drove prices above $1,310 an ounce. The weaker dollar, which posted

Gold demand may rise on paper this year
(The Economic Times - 01/01/2018)

Investment demand for gold is likely to shift from coins and bars to paper gold such as sovereign gold bond in 2018, according to experts, as the precious metal is unlikely to appreciate in value in a hurry. Bankers and analysts expect gold price to stay

Gold soars toward largest annual gain since 2010 on dollar boost
(Oman Daily Observer - 01/01/2018)

Gold extended its rally to a three-month high on Friday, the last trading day of the year, leaping toward its biggest one-year rise in seven years as a wilting US dollar, political tensions and receding concerns over the impact of US interest rate hikes