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New York spot gold prices slip Thursday as weekly jobless claims show a slight decline and U.S. stocks retreat from big recent gains.
New York spot gold prices have been popping as currency-hedgers following news about the European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund's $1 trillion European debt rescue plan jump into gold.
New York spot gold prices have been perking up, even as investors continue putting their money in stocks and driving them to extend gains from the previous day's market rally.
New York spot gold prices on Friday took back some earlier gains from the previous day's market mayhem.
As European debt-contagion fears continued to spread, and protestors descended on the streets of Athens, Greece following the approval of a crucial austerity bill, spot gold prices got a lift.
Spot gold prices perk up a bit midday Wednesday as Moody's reviews Portugal's debt rating for a possible downgrade.
Spot gold loses some of its earlier vigor Tuesday afternoon after firming up on Monday.
Spot gold prices received a lift from the falling dollar and rising euro as markets anticipated a stronger debt-rescue package for Greece.
New York spot gold prices softened Monday as the euro lost ground on renewed Greek debt worries.
New York spot gold prices have reversed earlier losses as debt-laden Greece gets ready to formally request a rescue package from the European Union.
New York spot gold prices lost some steam Monday as Goldman Sachs-related concerns continue to put pressure on commodities, but give lift to the dollar.
New York spot gold prices have been showing some defiance in the face of a rising U.S. dollar.
New York spot gold prices edged up Monday, but the spotlight was on the platinum group of metals, which made substantial advances amid renewed economic enthusiasm.
New York spot gold prices have risen early afternoon, driven by a combination of Greece-driven debt worries in the European Union, as well as reports that North Korea may have sunk a South Korean naval ship with a torpedo Friday.
New York spot gold prices have gained ground late afternoon with European Union leaders convening at a Europe Union summit, and trouble shooting on Greece's debt troubles remain at the top of their priority list.
New York spot gold prices have softened amid a sturdier U.S. dollar and feebler Euro currency Friday as uncertainty over debt-laden Greece's ability to attain financial aid from the European Union permeates the market.
New York spot gold prices have firmed up after the Labor Department reported a fall in initial jobless claims.
New York spot gold price have lost some momentum following a climb ahead of expectations that the Fed would not be changing interest rates much.
New York spot gold prices are rising in midday trading following declines in the dollar ahead of the expectation that the Federal Reserve will not be hiking up interest rates at this stage of the game, as well as on ongoing concerns about global credit problems.
Gold spot prices fell Friday over renewed concerns that China could tighten its monetary policy, as the country's inflation gauge shot up.
New York gold spot prices are trading sideways at $1108.30 an ounce amid renewed speculation over Chinese monetary policy tightening, fueled by the country's inflation news.
Spot gold rose $5.90, or 0.5% to settle at $1140.40 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange Wednesday, bolstered by a weaker dollar.
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