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Gold prices edged lower on Tuesday and now have to grapple with what's shaping up to be a decent earnings season. A slew of notable economic reports is also on tap throughout the day, including existing home sales. At last check, gold for August
Gold futures for August delivery rose 1.3 per cent to settle at $US1,316.90 an ounce in afternoon trading in New York, the biggest gain for a most-active contract since June 19. Trading was 29 per cent above the 100-day average for this time,
US employment data dashed the case for owning the precious metal. August delivery, the most actively traded contract, on Monday closed down $US3.60, or 0.3 per cent, at $US1,317 a troy ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange.
Every couple of months, Craig Heiser watches a car putter into his garage without a catalytic converter. "We see that they've been cut out," says Heiser, owner of University Automotive in Sacramento, California. "1/8After we install a new one3/8, we'
London, heading for the longest streak of weekly gains since March, after German factory orders fell more than expected...That's more than the 1.1 per cent decline forecast in a Bloomberg survey. Gold futures fell as much as 1.6 per cent on Friday as
A Surrey man was arrested Thursday morning in North Vancouver in relation to a series of catalytic converter thefts, say police. Mounties watched the 36-year-old man crawl out from underneath a Toyota 4Runner that was parked near Capilano College
Given that the Dow and S&P 500 once again hit new record levels today, it's no surprise that hundreds of stocks in the market are setting new highs at current levels...Stillwater Mining climbed 2.5% as investors continue to benefit from improving
Ukraine and the Middle East against the possibility of a stronger-than-expected US jobs report. August delivery, the most actively traded contract, on Wednesday closed up $US4.30, or 0.3 per cent, at $US1,330.90 a troy ounce. But the session was a
Gold eased towards $1,310 an ounce yesterday, retreating from this week's two-month high, as a firmer tone to equities suggested investors were switching back into assets with the potential to offer higher returns. The precious metal rose as high as $
Gold held on to modest overnight gains on Thursday as the dollar weakened after the U.S. Federal Reserve's outlook on interest rates, while platinum group metals rose as new hurdles emerged in settling South Africa's mining strike. The central bank