The greenback pressures the yellow metal as the EU announces a $113 billion aid plan for Ireland.
If history is a guide, stocks should have a decent day. But Korean tensions and financial woes in Europe may weigh on the markets. The week ahead will be important.
Prices rise as investors react to a new conflict between North and South Korea and continued eurozone contagion fears.
The metal is a necessary cornerstone of any portfolio in these uncertain times. Buy more if you own some, and start a position today if you don't.
A day after cracking $1,400, gold prices continued to rally on concerns over eurozone debt, while silver surged 5.4%.
A number of funds linked to miners and bullion would benefit if central banks moved to a gold standard.
As G-20 leaders prepare to meet amid global currency concerns, World Bank President Robert Zoellick rekindles an old debate.
Strength in bank and tech stocks pulls the market back from early losses. Whirlpool and Sprint results and a weak report on durable goods disappoint. A rising dollar pushes gold and oil lower.
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