Gold prices make a sudden surge in afternoon trading as traders put on a classic short-covering rally due to the inability of a raft of good economic data to push the yellow metal below a key price level.
Gold continues its slide from yesterday's session as traders fear recent economic data will force the Fed to curb its economic stimulus program.
Gold prices tumble as a strong manufacturing survey for November triggers fears the Federal Reserve will scale back its economic stimulus program soon.
Futures are little changed after a strong Thursday session. Gap, Ross Stores, The Fresh Market and Splunk all report earnings on Friday morning.
Gold prices close little changed as traders take a breather from two days of losses.
Futures are little changed as traders take a breather following Thursday's big gains.
Gold prices slump as the prospect that the Fed will taper asset purchases sooner rather than later pressures the yellow metal.
Dan Dicker talks with Joe Deaux about the scuttled nuclear deal with Iran and what's in store for oil prices.
Inflation drops more than expected in the United Kingdom, and the OECD reports optimism on eurozone growth.
Minutes from the Federal Reserve's latest policy-making meeting suggest that the Fed will ease its economic stimulus program in the coming months if better economic data continues to print.