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Gold prices fell more than 1 percent to the lowest price in nearly six years on Tuesday, pressured by expectations of a December rate hike.
Oil could keep a tight hold on the stock market Tuesday, as traders also watch inflation data and major retail earnings.
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Investors scurried into safer assets after the weekend attacks in Paris that left 132 dead, sending gold and crude oil prices higher.
Gold pared gains on Monday, after an initial flow of safe-haven buying following the attacks in Paris slowed and investors' focus returned to the Fed.
Low gold prices meant U.S. buyers grabbed more coins and bars in Q3 than in any quarter over the past five years.
Gold fell back towards near six-year lows on Friday, staying on track for a fourth straight weekly loss, on December rate hike expectations.
Gold fell to its lowest level since early 2010 on Thursday, under pressure from expectations the Fed is on track to raise interest rates next month.
Gold edged down to a three-month low on Wednesday, failing to benefit from a softer dollar, as pressure from an anticipated rate hike persisted.
Gold fell towards a three-month low on Tuesday as the dollar hit a seven-month peak on prospects the Fed will raise interest rates in December.
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CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
The price of gold edged modestly up on Monday, snapping an eight-day losing streak as the dollar retreated, but still hovered near a 3-month low.
Gold fell to a three-month low on Friday and was set to post its biggest weekly drop since 2013 after U.S. data showed job growth surged in October.
Gold fell to a seven-week low on Thursday as the dollar hit a three-month high, and looked vulnerable to further losses.
Gold fell to a one-month low on Wednesday, dropping for the sixth straight session as the dollar shot to a three-month high.
Gold fell nearly 2 percent to a four-week low on Tuesday, as prices came under pressure from a rising dollar.
Gold extended a sell-off into a fourth straight session as technical signals deteriorated and investors fretted that the Fed would raise this year.
Gold fell to a three-week low on Friday, on the chance the U.S. Federal Reserve may still raise interest rates this year.
Gold fell for a second day on Thursday, reaching its lowest level in three weeks, after the Fed hinted at a possible rate rise in December.