Gold edged down on Friday after falling more than one percent in the previous session.
Gold prices fell on Thursday, pressured by a stronger dollar on rising expectations of a U.S. rate hike in March.
Gold fell on Wednesday as the dollar strengthened on hawkish comments overnight from U.S. Federal Reserve officials.
The price of gold fell as financial markets wait to hear what U.S. President Donald Trump has to say.
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Gold prices held firm on Monday near 3-1/2-month highs hit in the previous session.
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Gold prices have increased to highs not seen since Trump secured election victory.
Gold hit its highest in about 3-1/2-months, on a weaker dollar and as uncertainties surrounding Trump's policies fueled safe-haven demand.
Mikio Kumada of LGT Capital Partners says gold prices might be rising but the markets are optimistic about growth.
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Gold was steady after the minutes of the latest Fed policy meeting further dampened expectations for an interest rate hike next month.
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With commodity prices rallying off historical lows over the past year, pricing in "robust" expectations, but now, markets need to see real demand, Goldman Sachs said.
Gold held firm on Wednesday after falling as much as 1 percent the session before.
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Gold fell on Tuesday as reinforced expectations of an increase to U.S. interest rates next month pushed the dollar higher.
Brett McGonegal, CEO of Capital Link International, says it all boils down to how investors are playing gold.
Gold held steady, as traders awaited further clues on the pace of US interest rate rises from a raft of Fed officials due to speak this week.