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Gold Pulls Back From 2-Week High as $1,300 Mark Proves Elusive

Gold futures pulled back on Thursday from the nearly two-week high they settled at a day earlier, as the psychologically important $1,300 line remained elusive for another session. Gold for February delivery edged down by $1.50, or 0.1%, to settle at $1,292.30 an ounce. It settled Wednesday at an almost two-week high of $1,293.80, on the back of political turmoil in the U.K. and U.S. March silver also fell 10.2 cents, or 0.7%, to $15.536 an ounce on Thursday. Source : Marketwatch

Gold slips from 2-week high as $1,300 proves to be a near-term barrier

Gold futures prices slipped from two-week highs on Thursday, as the psychologically important $1,300 line remained elusive for another session. Moderate stock strength kept the precious metal in check, although a weaker dollar propped up gold. Gold settled Wednesday at its highest in nearly two weeks, at $1,293.80, on the back of political turmoil in the U.K. and U.S. Early Thursday, gold for February delivery was off 10 cents, or less than 0.1%, at $1,293.70 an ounce, while March silver...

Gold Holds Drop as Investors Weigh Trade Developments

Gold held a decline amid optimism for progress in U.S.-China trade talks that boosted equities in Asia Friday and Treasury yields overnight. Palladium traded above $1,400 an ounce. Still, overall sentiment is positive for the precious metal. Gold traders and analysts in a weekly Bloomberg survey remained bullish for a 10th week. Peter Grosskopf, chief executive officer of Sprott Inc., said a shift in Federal Reserve policy will stoke investor interest, with the...

Gold Retreats on Stronger Dollar

Gold retreated from the highest close in almost two weeks as the dollar strengthened and investors weighed renewed Brexit turmoil with the latest developments in the partial shutdown of the U.S. government.  Spot gold edged 0.1 percent down to $1,292.72/oz at 8:08am in London; gained 0.3% on Wednesday to the highest close since Jan. 3. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index strengthened 0.1 percent after added 0.1% on Wednesday and rose 0.3 percent on Tuesday. British Prime...

Gold Holds Drop as Investors Weigh Trade Developments

Gold held a decline amid optimism for progress in U.S.-China trade talks that boosted U.S. equities and Treasury yields overnight. Palladium traded above $1,400 an ounce. Trump administration officials are considering measures to roll back tariffs on Chinese products in order to calm financial markets, the Wall Street Journal reported. While the Treasury denied that reporting, the story reinforced previous signs the administration is more eager for a deal to help support...

Death Toll in Mexico Border Shootings Rises to 30
Monday, 14 January 2019 20:04 WIB | GLOBAL |

Mexican authorities said Friday that a soldier and five attackers died in a clash between gunmen and an army patrol in the northern border state of Tamaulipas, bringing that state's death toll in two days of presumed gang-related violence to 30.

A group of armed assailants attacked a military patrol Thursday on a highway near the Rio Grande, wounding one soldier who later died of his wounds, said a Tamaulipas state official, who was not authorized to be quoted by name. The official said the patrol returned fire, killing five assailants.

Local media reported that some of the gunmen were wearing flak vests and military-style camouflage and that at least one of their vehicles had rudimentary bullet-proofing of welded steel plates. The area where the confrontation occurred, near the town of Miguel Aleman, has long been dominated by the Zetas drug cartel.

The town is about 50 miles (80 kilometers) west of McAllen, Texas, where U.S. President Donald Trump visited Thursday to push for expanding existing border walls along the entire length of the border.

The state official said the death toll in a separate presumed drug cartel shootout Wednesday near Miguel Aleman had risen to 24, with the discovery of three more bodies.

Experts originally counted 21 dead, many found in twisted piles of charred corpses in a field near burned-out vehicles. The state official said Thursday that continued investigations located three more bodies.

Those killings apparently arose from a dispute between the Gulf cartel and a faction of the Zetas cartel.

VOA news

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POPULAR NEWS
Gold Pulls Back From 2-Week High as $1,300 Mark Proves Elusive

Gold futures pulled back on Thursday from the nearly two-week high they settled at a day earlier, as the psychologically important $1,300 line remained elusive for another session. Gold for February delivery edged down by $1.50, or 0.1%, to settle at $1,292.30 an ounce. It settled Wednesday at an almost two-week high of $1,293.80, on the back of political turmoil in the U.K. and U.S. March silver also fell 10.2 cents, or 0.7%, to $15.536 an ounce on Thursday. Source : Marketwatch

Gold slips from 2-week high as $1,300 proves to be a near-term barrier

Gold futures prices slipped from two-week highs on Thursday, as the psychologically important $1,300 line remained elusive for another session. Moderate stock strength kept the precious metal in check, although a weaker dollar propped up gold. Gold settled Wednesday at its highest in nearly two weeks, at $1,293.80, on the back of political turmoil in the U.K. and U.S. Early Thursday, gold for February delivery was off 10 cents, or less than 0.1%, at $1,293.70 an ounce, while March silver...

Gold Holds Drop as Investors Weigh Trade Developments

Gold held a decline amid optimism for progress in U.S.-China trade talks that boosted equities in Asia Friday and Treasury yields overnight. Palladium traded above $1,400 an ounce. Still, overall sentiment is positive for the precious metal. Gold traders and analysts in a weekly Bloomberg survey remained bullish for a 10th week. Peter Grosskopf, chief executive officer of Sprott Inc., said a shift in Federal Reserve policy will stoke investor interest, with the...

Gold Retreats on Stronger Dollar

Gold retreated from the highest close in almost two weeks as the dollar strengthened and investors weighed renewed Brexit turmoil with the latest developments in the partial shutdown of the U.S. government.  Spot gold edged 0.1 percent down to $1,292.72/oz at 8:08am in London; gained 0.3% on Wednesday to the highest close since Jan. 3. Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index strengthened 0.1 percent after added 0.1% on Wednesday and rose 0.3 percent on Tuesday. British Prime...

Gold Holds Drop as Investors Weigh Trade Developments

Gold held a decline amid optimism for progress in U.S.-China trade talks that boosted U.S. equities and Treasury yields overnight. Palladium traded above $1,400 an ounce. Trump administration officials are considering measures to roll back tariffs on Chinese products in order to calm financial markets, the Wall Street Journal reported. While the Treasury denied that reporting, the story reinforced previous signs the administration is more eager for a deal to help support...

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