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Gold slips to one-week low as trade deal hopes boost risk appetite

16 Apr 2019

Gold fell to its lowest in more than a week on Monday as hopes the United States and China would reach a trade deal lifted appetite for riskier asset even as the dollar retreated.

Gold prices inch lower as strong equities weigh

13 Apr 2019

Gold inched lower on Friday, having posted its biggest daily decline in two weeks in the previous session, as the impact of a weak dollar was offset by gains on Wall Street.

PRECIOUS-Gold dips below $1,300 on firm dollar and stocks

11 Apr 2019

* Break below $1,280/oz could trigger further dip in gold- analyst

PRECIOUS-Gold steadies near two-week peak on economic growth fears

10 Apr 2019

* SPDR gold holdings drop for seventh session running (Updates prices)

Gold hits highest in more than a week; dollar, stocks retreat

09 Apr 2019

Gold rose to its highest in more than a week on Tuesday as the dollar and equities weakened after the International Monetary Fund cut its global economic growth forecasts for the year, with increased buying by central banks lending further support.

PRECIOUS-Gold scales more than one-week high as dollar wilts

09 Apr 2019

* Platinum hovers below 10-month peak hit on Monday (Updates prices)

PRECIOUS-Gold scales one-week high as dollar slips, stocks rally pauses

08 Apr 2019

April 8 Gold prices rose to a more than a one-week peak on Monday as the dollar slipped on slow U.S. wage growth last month and a rally in equities stalled, boosting bullion's appeal.

Gold eases as stocks gain after mixed U.S. jobs data

05 Apr 2019

Gold eased on Friday as Wall Street gained on data pointing to a rebound in jobs growth in the United States, but bullion's losses were limited by a simultaneous slowdown in wage growth.

PRECIOUS-Gold dips as stocks gain on trade hopes; focus on U.S. jobs data

05 Apr 2019

* Platinum set for biggest weekly gain since Jan 2017 (Updates prices, adds comments and details)

Gold bounces off 10-week low as investors shrug off robust U.S. data

05 Apr 2019

Gold inched higher on Thursday, after touching a near 10-week low earlier in the session as the dollar firmed on U.S. jobs data, while investors awaited clarity on U.S.-China trade talks. Spot gold inched 0.2 percent higher to $1,292.72 per ounce as of 3:06 p.m. EDT (1906 GMT).

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