Prices get a slight lift as the European Central Bank holds off on any interest-rate hikes.
Prices slip after the Federal Reserve chairman hints of no further stimulus.
Cautious investors look to the metals for safety as experts debate the severity of the current economic rough patch after Friday’s dismal jobs number.
Prices rise as traders seek protection. Silver drifts lower.
Prices drop as investors brace for Friday's monthly employment figures from the US Labor Department.
Prices rise as discouraging reports on employment and manufacturing prompt investors to seek safety.
A falling greenback helps push prices higher as traders play it safe headed into the long holiday weekend.
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