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Spot gold loses some of its earlier vigor Tuesday afternoon after firming up on Monday.
Spot gold prices have firmed up Monday afternoon as a Greek rescue plan worth $147 billion is proposed.
Spot gold prices are continuing their ascent Friday afternoon.
Spot gold prices received a lift from the falling dollar and rising euro as markets anticipated a stronger debt-rescue package for Greece.
Spot gold prices achieved traction even as the dollar gained ground amid a falling euro.
New York spot gold prices softened Monday as the euro lost ground on renewed Greek debt worries.
New York spot gold prices advanced Wednesday, as Freeport McMoRan topped Wall Street profit estimates for the first quarter.
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.
In April alone, the spot price of palladium on Nymex jumped 12.29% in comparison to 3.72%, 4.73%, and 4.75% increases in prices of gold, silver and platinum, respectively.
New York spot gold prices have been showing some defiance in the face of a rising U.S. dollar.
New York spot gold prices have been bouncing back in tandem with a rising euro.
New York spot gold prices softened Monday afternoon as the euro firmed up amid news about promising euro-region emergency aid talks for Greece over the weekend.
New York spot gold prices firmed Friday afternoon after European debt concerns worsened, with Fitch Ratings' decision to lower Greece's credit rating.
New York spot gold prices have firmed Thursday afternoon, as uncertainty over Greece's ability to temper its debt crisis continues to escalate.
New York spot gold prices have firmed up Wednesday afternoon, as Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke said that the country is still fighting steep unemployment and housing market troubles.
New York spot gold prices have inched up Tuesday afternoon, as spot platinum and palladium prices take back some earlier gains from Monday.
New York spot gold prices have softened Tuesday as the dollar firmed ahead of the holiday weekend.
New York spot gold prices were pulled in a slightly more positive direction Monday early afternoon as personal spending increases amid sluggish incomes in February were accompanied by ongoing concerns about Greece and Portugal's ability to put a leash on their debt issues.
New York spot gold prices are rising following warnings by Moody's Investors Services that the U.S. is at risk of losing its esteemed credit rating unless the country gets its fiscal affairs in order.
Spot gold prices have gained traction again, following a dollar-rally spurred by better-than-expected jobs data.
Palladium is set to generate strong investment returns during 2010, driven both by its use as a precious metal and as a replacement for platinum in automobile manufacturing.
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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