NEW YORK (
were little changed Tuesday as traders remained unmotivated to push the precious metal into new territory before the
policy-making wing releases minutes from its latest meeting.
Gold for December delivery at the COMEX division of the New York Mercantile Exchange was increasing 90 cents to $1,366.60 an ounce. The
traded as high as $1,373.20 and as low as $1,351.60 an ounce, while the spot price was climbing $4.25.
"As such I think we meander today with the bias slightly towards the downside ahead of tomorrow's report. No figures again today suggest another quiet one I'm afraid," David Govett, head of precious metals at Marex Spectron, wrote Tuesday in a note to clients.
for September delivery were losing 14 cents to $23.03 an ounce, while the
U.S. dollar index
was sliding 0.53% to $80.85.
Gold mining stocks were mostly higher on Tuesday. Shares of
(KGC - Get Report)
were adding 2.8%, while shares of
(GFI - Get Report)
were up 2.1%.
SPDR Gold Trust
was tacking on 0.33% to $132.45 a share, while
iShares Gold Trust
was increasing 0.23% to $13.31 a share.
-- Written by Joe Deaux in New York.