|Day Low/High||5.86 / 5.99|
|52 Wk Low/High||5.29 / 8.91|
The precious metal may get some safe-haven investment as traders become less bearish.
Should we really remain bearish amid a flood of positive news?
The commodities giant is benefiting from rising copper prices, for now.
Alcoa is a bright spot, but even gold can't escape the wrath of fleeing commodity investors.
They're because of the lack of confidence in central bankers.
Metals traded lower Tuesday along with just about every other asset class due to the level of uncertainty following the Federal Reserve’s decision.
Russian action in Syria may be the geopolitical boost oil needs.
Gold remains weak as it broke the key technical level of $1,180 due to a number of factors including a strong U.S. dollar and anticipation of the September FOMC meeting.
Recent movements in oil (and gold) are the result of several factors.
The chart shows the company's floor far below current levels.
And four other things you need to know now.
Any rallies are short-lived as sentiment remains overwhelmingly bearish.
Barrick, Glencore and Noble report as energy and metals prices sag.
Metals prices stink, so use any earnings-related rallies to get out.