Gold slipped on Tuesday to its lowest in more than three months on increased appetite for riskier assets, while U.S. President Donald Trump failed to provide any information on the trade deal with China in his speech.
Spot gold slipped 0.1% to $1,453.70 per ounce, having touched its lowest since Aug. 5 earlier. U.S. gold futures settled down 0.2% at $1,453.70 per ounce.
Among other precious metal, palladium gained 0.8% to $1,700.60 per ounce, having touched a one-month low in the previous...
Gold and silver prices posted their first gain in five sessions on Wednesday, with uncertainty over the outlook for a U.S.-China trade deal and the first day of public impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump helping to support haven demand for the precious metal.
Investors also eyed developments in the House impeachment hearings. Hatzigiannis, however, said he does not expect the impeachment process to affect gold trading. "If it goes through the Senate then we can start taking...
Gold prices eased on Tuesday as expectations of positive trade talks between the United States and China bolstered risk appetite, while investors booked profits.
Spot gold slipped 0.1% to $1,454.82 per ounce as of 1033 GMT, extending declines into a fourth straight session.
U.S. gold futures dropped 0.1% to $1,455.60 per ounce.
World markets edged higher on Tuesday as investors awaited a speech by U.S. President Donald Trump on trade policy, and amid news he will probably delay a decision...
Gold advanced from a three-month low as investors weighed President Donald Trump™s latest comments on a U.S.-China trade deal with the general improvement in risk appetite.
Spot gold +0.2% to $1,458.50/oz at 9:38am in Singapore. Price fell to $1,445.70/oz on Tuesday, the lowest intraday level since Aug. 5
Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index steady after +0.2% Tuesday.
Other precious metals: Spot silver +0.3% to $16.825/oz, Palladium -0.2% to $1,699.32/oz,...
U.S. oil fell for a second day on Tuesday, amid little sign of progress on U.S.-China trade talks, while Saudi Arabian crude output rose, reinforcing concerns about a glut.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude was down 20 cents, or 0.4%, at $56.66 a barrel by 0039 GMT. The contract dropped 0.7% in the previous session.
Brent crude futures were yet to trade after falling 0.5% on Monday.
Worries about the impact on oil demand from the fallout of the 16-month U.S.-China trade war, which...