Prices hold their ground after Monday's 1.5% rally as the U.S. dollar shows more weakness.
Renewed hope for the euro weighs on the greenback, making gold a more attractive buy in other currencies.
Prices dip as cuts to Portugal's and Hungary's credit ratings strengthen the US dollar.
A stronger dollar weighs on prices as traders move into cash ahead of the holiday.
Prices plunge as economic turmoil in Europe and the US sends investors piling into cash.
Prices plunge amid a commodity-wide slide as nervous investors move their money into cash.
Prices slide despite eurozone jitters as the US dollar remains the haven asset of choice.
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