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Gold prices were closed at $1796.15 after hitting a high of $1821.25 and a low of $1790.80. Gold extended its decline on Thursday Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at $1830.15 after hitting a high of $1849.65 and a low of $1828.45. Gold reversed its course on Wednesday Full Article

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On Wednesday, the precious metal gold is trading at a 1,848 level, dropping after testing a high of $1,853. Gold strike a more than two-mont Full Article

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Gold is trading at the 1,840 level, with a solid bullish bias. The triple bottom pattern at the 1,832 level extended support... Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at $1831.80 after hitting a high of $1843.70 and a low of $1828.40. Gold reversed its course on Friday Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at $1839.80 after setting a high of $1848.45 and a low of $1836.40. Gold extended its gains towards $1850 but faced Full Article

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The precious metal gold was trading at the 1,840 level with a strong bullish bias on Thursday. It has violated a significant triple top... Full Article

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Gold trade sideways, holding within a broad trading range of 1,815 to 1,799. Previously, the precious metal has already violated the... Full Article

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The precious metal, gold, is trading at 1,819, having bounced off the support level of 1,815. Currently, gold is exhibiting a slight bull. Full Article

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During Monday's Asian trading session, the yellow metal price succeeded in extending its early-day winning streak and drew some further bids Full Article

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The broad-based US dollar rose on the day as statistics showed that consumer prices rose at their fastest rate in nearly 40 years.. Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at $1820.40 after placing a high of $1828.15 and a low of $1811.85. After posting gains for four consecutive... Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at $1825.15 after placing a high of $1828.05 and a low of $1814.55. Gold surged for another session on Wednesday Full Article

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Gold prices closed at $1820.30 after setting a high of $1822.95 and a low of $1801.10. Gold continued its bullish momentum and surged for a. Full Article

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The precious metal gold is trading with a strong bullish bias at 1,805, having recovered above the $1,799 resistance level. This level is no Full Article

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Gold prices closed at $1791.15 after hitting a high of $181.25 and a low of $1785.95. Gold reversed its course on Thursday and dropped sharp Full Article

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Gold prices ended the day at $1825.10, having reached a top of $1830.70 and a low of $1808.20. Full Article

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Gold closed at $1804.05 after setting a high of $1832.50 and a low of $1802.95. Gold prices started the New Year with a sharp decline Full Article

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Today in the Asian trading session, the safe-have gold price failed to stop its bearish rally and remained depressed around an intraday low Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at $1814.10 after setting a high of $1818.10 and a low of $1796.20. After declining for three consecutive sessions, Full Article

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