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Gold treads water at start of busy week - Monday, August 21, 2017
Gold prices were little changed on Monday, as market players looked ahead to this week's annual meeting of top central bankers and economists in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where the heads of the U.S. and European central banks will be making keynote speeches.
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Ahead of the coming week, Investing.com has compiled a list of these and other significant events likely to affect the markets.
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Pay growth in the UK has started to edge up amid signs that the lowest unemployment since the mid-1970s may be boosting the bargaining power of workers.
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London-listed stocks rose for a second straight session on Tuesday, as the pound tanked after data showed U.K. inflation unexpectedly stayed unchanged in July.
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Gold prices on Tuesday suffered their steepest one-day drop in nearly six weeks, as data on retail sales and U.S. manufacturing came in better than expected and easing geopolitical tensions between North Korea and the U.S. undercut haven demand for the precious metal.
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Gold prices are set to jump to a four-year high of $1,400 an ounce by the end of the year over mounting tensions between North Korea and the US, and surging demand in the world’s biggest consumers, according to the head of precious metals at a Russian investment bank.
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Gold fell nearly 1 percent, down for a second day on Tuesday after better-than-expected U.S. economic data and easing tensions over North Korea encouraged investors to buy riskier assets, boosting stocks, the U.S. dollar and bond yields.
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Panel set up by former chancellor George Osborne issues first ruling to fight ‘artificial and abusive’ avoidance schemes.
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Gold gained in Asia on Wednesday as geopolitical tensions on the Korean peninsula hit risk sentiment.
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Gold prices fell on Friday as a solid U.S. employment report for July revived expectations for another interest rate increase by the Federal Reserve this year.
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Gold drifts lower at start of busy week - Monday, August 7, 2017
Gold prices drifted lower on Monday, as market players looked ahead to a busy week of economic data, including monthly inflation indicators, for further clues on the timing of the next Federal Reserve rate hike.
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For years, people have been wondering how much gold is stored in the London vaults but they never found the answer, until an industry body, the London Bullion Market Association earlier this week revealed billions worth of bullion stocked inside the London vaults.
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The U.S. dollar cannot catch a break these days. It’s sunk to the lowest level in months and there’s no parachute to slow the descent. Neither inflation nor higher interest rates are likely in the short or even medium term.
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Global demand for gold fell 14 percent in the first half of this year due mainly to a sharp decline in purchases by exchange traded funds, the World Gold Council said in a report on Thursday.
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Gold prices ended the U.S. day session a bit lower Wednesday, on some mild profit taking from recent gains that pushed the market to a six-week high on Tuesday.
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Gold prices edged lower from their highest levels in almost seven weeks on Tuesday as the dollar rose and investors locked in profits from bullion's rally last month.
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Precious metals investors may not be aware, but silver investment has seriously outperformed gold in this major market sector.
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Ahead of the coming week, Investing.com has compiled a list of these and other significant events likely to affect the markets.
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Gold rose for a second day on Thursday, hitting a six-week high as the dollar dropped to a 13-month low after the U.S. Federal Reserve indicated it would keep to a slow path of monetary tightening.
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Gold prices edged lower in European trade on Wednesday, as market players looked ahead to the outcome of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting for insight on the timing of the next U.S. rate hike and clues on how the central bank plans to pare back its balance sheet.
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