* Spot gold set for 1 pct gain in September * Hedge funds reinforce worries about Deutsche Bank * Analysts watching U.S. Treasury bond yields * Coming up: U.S. Core PCE price index at 1230 GMT (Updates prices) By Swetha Gopinath Sept 30 Gold rose on Friday as concerns about Deutsche Bank triggered a sharp sell-off in equities that undermined risk appetite, but a higher dollar limited the gains. Spot gold was up 0.44 percent to $1,325.86 an ounce by 1130 GMT.
* Spot gold set for 1 pct gain in September * Palladium off 7-week highs (Adds quotes, updates prices) By Sethuraman N R Sept 30 Gold edged up on Friday as equities fell on worries over the stability of Deutsche Bank, but a firmer dollar capped gains. Spot gold rose 0.3 percent to $1,323.70 an ounce by 0648 GMT. The yellow metal was however on track to end the week down nearly one percent. Gold has gained one percent so far in the month and is likely to end flat ove
Sept 30 Gold inched up on Friday as equities fell, but was on track to end the week down over 1 percent. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold had risen 0.2 percent to $1,323.20 an ounce by 0053 GMT. * U.S. gold futures were mostly flat at $1,326.40 an ounce. * Asian stocks followed Wall Street lower in early trade on Friday. * U.S. economic growth was less sluggish than previously thought in the second quarter as exports grew more than imports and businesses raised th
* U.S. GDP, jobless data better than expected * Oil prices slip as investors question OPEC results * Spot palladium at 7-week high (Updates prices; adds comment, second byline, NEW YORK dateline) By Marcy Nicholson and Eric Onstad NEW YORK/LONDON, Sept 29 Gold was up a shade on Thursday after the dollar flip-flopped in the wake of mixed U.S. data and as scepticism grew over whether OPEC members would be able to implement production cuts that could fuel inflation.
* Platinum, palladium rise as much as over 1 pct * Focus shifts to U.S., Europe economic data (Adds comment, updates prices) By Sethuraman N R Sept 29 Gold pared early gains on Thursday as the U.S. dollar recovered and global stocks rallied after oil producers agreed to curb output. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries on Wednesday agreed modest oil output cuts in the first such deal since 2008, with the group's leader Saudi Arabia softening its stance
Sept 29 Gold prices inched up on Thursday as the dollar slipped following a deal by oil producers to curb output. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold had risen 0.3 percent to $1,324.76 an ounce by 0047 GMT. * U.S. gold futures were up 0.4 percent at $1,328.30 an ounce. * OPEC agreed on Wednesday modest oil output cuts in the first such deal since 2008, with the group's leader Saudi Arabia softening its stance on arch-rival Iran amid mounting pressure from low oil prices.
* Fed's Yellen considering changing bank stress tests * SPDR Gold holdings fall 0.22 percent on Tuesday * Palladium at six-week high (Updates prices; adds comments, second byline, NEW YORK dateline) By Marcy Nicholson and Clara Denina NEW YORK/LONDON, Sept 28 Gold prices fell for the second straight day and hit a one-week low on Wednesday, pressured by earlier strength in the U.S. dollar and as investors assessed Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's testimony befor
* Gold slips to one-week low * SPDR Gold holdings fall 0.22 percent Tuesday * Silver down for fourth straight session (Adds comment, updates prices) By Swati Verma BENGALURU, Sept 28 Gold prices slipped on Wednesday to touch a one-week low, after suffering its biggest single-day loss in nearly a month in the previous session, on a firmer dollar. The safe haven asset slid nearly 1 percent on Tuesday, its biggest single session percentage loss since Aug. 30, as i
Sept 28 Gold eased early on Wednesday, extending losses from the previous session when it dropped nearly 1 percent, as Asian stocks rose and the dollar index firmed. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold fell 0.1 percent to $1,325.81 an ounce by 0109 GMT. * U.S. gold futures eased 0.1 percent to $1,329.30 an ounce. * The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of six major currencies, was up 0.14 percent. * Asian stocks edged up early on Wednesday fol
* Equity markets bounce after U.S. presidential debate * Gold snaps six-day winning streak (Updates prices; adds comment, second byline, NEW YORK dateline) By Marcy Nicholson and Zandi Shabalala NEW YORK/LONDON, Sept 27 Gold fell on Tuesday as the dollar and stocks gained ground on the view that Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton got the better of Republican rival Donald Trump in their first debate, denting the safe-haven appeal of bullion and bonds.