Prices mount a comeback as bargain-hunters take advantage of the metal's 4-day skid.
Prices continue to fall, unable to stop after Wednesday's 4.5% sell-off.
Prices drop 4.5%, falling below key technical levels, as a stronger US dollar pounds the metal.
Prices fall with the euro as the German chancellor balks at increasing the cap for Europe’s bailout fund.
After notching early gains, prices sink as the European Central Bank fails to ramp up its bond buying program.
Prices creep cautiously higher as investors await Thursday's European Central Bank meeting and a two-day European Union summit later this week.
Prices fall with the euro after Standard & Poor's puts 15 European nations on a negative credit watch.
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