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By Mark O'Byrne | August 19, 2015
By Kelly Smith | August 5, 2015
The Fed chairman has recently raised the possibility of a rate hike in September while the Atlanta Fed President has also indicated that the Fed is close to a September liftoff.
By Veronica Brown and Manolo Serapio Jr, Reuters | July 27, 2015
By Reuters | July 21, 2015
Gold edged higher on Tuesday, the day after it took its deepest dive in years and hit five-year lows, with many dealers bracing for more losses on expectations for a rise in U.S. interest rates and subdued demand from India.
By Clara Denina, Reuters | July 21, 2015
Gold was on the brink of five year lows on Tuesday, with more losses expected in the coming months following Monday's "bear raid" when sellers dumped an estimated 33 tonnes in just two minutes.
By Debarati Roy, Bloomberg | December 24, 2014
Holdings in the SPDR Gold Trust, the world’s biggest exchange-traded fund backed by the metal, tumbled 1.6% yesterday to 712.9 metric tons, the biggest drop since June 2013.
By Kelly Smith | December 10, 2014
Gold surged 3.71% last week, and then again this week by 3.49% in the past two days to reach $1,232 on Tuesday.
By Joe Deaux, Bloomberg | December 8, 2014
Gold futures rose for the first time in three days as signs that money supplies will increase in Europe and Asia revived investor demand.
By Megan Durisin and Lydia Mulvany, Bloomberg | September 8, 2014
Money managers trimmed bullish gold wagers for a third week, mirroring the retreat in prices that helped erase $1.6 billion from the value of bullion funds.
By Matt Weller | July 18, 2014
One of the most frustrating trades of the year so far has been the decline in the dollar, but stories of the greenback’s demise might be greatly exaggerated.