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Gold prices firmed up through Wednesday's session; climbing to its highest level in three weeks.
Precious metals have been among the best performing assets and according to Kitco's Peter Hug, gold and silver may have more room to grow.
Although silver has stolen gold's thunder this week, managing to hit an 11-month high Wednesday, one famed geologist says he's sticking with the yellow metal.
KITCO NEWS - One ounce of gold buys the least ounces of silver this year, could this signal a turnaround in the global economy?
Gold prices ended Thursday's session down more than one percent, as the U.S. dollar rose for a third straight day.
Gold prices moved higher on Tuesday in lockstep with the dollar.
KITCO NEWS - Risk appetite is back in the market and gold slides this Wednesday.
The gold/silver ratio has peaked over 70:1 only a few times in history including right before the 2008 financial crisis.
The market couldn’t handle the U.S. Fed rate hike and the market is now wondering whether we will have another one.
KITCO NEWS — Day one of the year’s first Federal Reserve meeting kicks off, one veteran trader says gold looks like it may be setting itself up for a breakout.
KITCO NEWS -- Gold slightly pressured Tuesday, and iiTrader’s senior strategist Bill Baruch says it's because of the downward pressure lower copper and crude prices are having on the metals.
KITCO NEWS - Gold prices are moderately lower in early U.S. trading Tuesday, on some profit taking amid an increase in risk appetite among traders and investors early this week.
KITCO NEWS — As markets digest this week’s Fed meeting, one veteran investor says he’s still rooting for gold.
KITCO NEWS - Looking ahead to potential gold prices next year, one technical analyst says it's important to look at how oil moves.
KITCO NEWS -- As gold prices continue to rise Tuesday, one technical analyst says he expects the momentum to continue.
KITCO NEWS - As gold prices erased losses from the week Friday afternoon, one market forecaster questioned whether the momentum can spill over into next week.
After Sunday night's gold carnage, physical buyers are emerging in Asia and North America providing a bit of cushion for the metal.
The lower than expected jobs numbers could not help gold this Thursday ahead of a holiday-shortened week.
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