Gold posted its first gain in six sessions on Wednesday as investors await the release of the Labor Department's March jobs report on Friday. More
Gold futures fell for a fifth consecutive session on Tuesday on better U.S. manufacturing news. More
Gold settled lower for a fourth consecutive session on Monday, while silver dipped, and mining stocks moved broadly lower. More
Gold prices fell fractionally in Friday trading on stronger consumer spending and personal income data, ending the week down about 3%. More
Gold retreated again on Thursday, falling below $1,300 an ounce, as data suggested a stronger U.S. economy, boosting the U.S. dollar. More
Gold fell again on Wednesday under pressure from a rising U.S. dollar and approaching the $1,300 per ounce benchmark. More
Gold edged higher to post a 20 cent gain on Tuesday, a day ahead of the expiration of April option contracts. More
Gold declined sharply on Monday as investors digested last week's remarks on U.S. interest rates by Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen. More
Gold snapped a four-session losing streak to post a modest gain on Friday, but ended the week with a loss of about 3%. More
Gold fell in Thursday trading after Federal Reserve Chairwoman surprised Wall Street by suggesting interest rate hikes could come next year. More
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