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Gold Aug 21 (GC=F)

COMEX - COMEX Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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1,783.20+14.20 (+0.80%)
As of 4:11PM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2021-08-27
Open1,764.30
Bid1,783.10
Last Price1,769.00
Day's Range1,764.10 - 1,786.90
Volume186,373
Ask1,783.20
  • Gold Rebounds After Biggest Loss in 15 Months Lures Investors
    Bloomberg

    Gold Rebounds After Biggest Loss in 15 Months Lures Investors

    (Bloomberg) -- Gold advanced following its biggest weekly decline in 15 months, helped by a drop in the dollar and a boost from exchange-traded fund investors.Holdings in gold-backed ETFs rose the most in three months on Friday, according to an initial tally by Bloomberg. A gauge of the dollar headed for its first drop in seven sessions, lifting the appeal of gold as an alternative asset.Prices slid last week after the Federal Reserve signaled it may tighten monetary policy sooner than many econ

  • Reuters

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Global shares rise as Fed-induced jitters ease

    Wall Street rebounded on Monday and global shares rose from a four-week low as investors banked on economic growth, while the U.S. dollar retreated from Friday's 10-week high and the yield curve flattened. Shares of banks, energy firms and other companies that tend to be sensitive to the economy's fluctuations recovered after have fallen sharply since the Fed's meeting on Wednesday, when the central bank caught investors off guard by anticipating two quarter-percentage-point rate increases in 2023. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 recovered much of the losses seen at the tail-end of last week as investors re-positioned portfolios after last week's surprise hawkish shift by the Federal Reserve.

  • GLOBAL MARKETS-Global stocks, U.S. yields recoup some losses; dollar falls
    Reuters

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Global stocks, U.S. yields recoup some losses; dollar falls

    U.S. stocks were higher on Monday and global stocks advanced in choppy trade after hitting a four-week low earlier in the session, with investors still digesting last week's surprise hawkish shift by the U.S. Federal Reserve. Shares of banks, energy firms and other companies that tend to be sensitive to the economy's fluctuations were higher, recovering some losses after have fallen sharply since the Fed's meeting on Wednesday, when the central bank caught investors off guard by anticipating two quarter-percentage-point rate increases in 2023.