Gold stuck to a narrow range during Asian hours on Tuesday as investors remained wary of the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.
Asian bourses closed mostly higher on Tuesday after wavering mid-session, as the world's most closely watched election drew near.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a flat open with investors focused firmly on the elections as voters head to the ballot box on Tuesday.
Stocks kicked off the week on a high note, trading sharply higher after the FBI again cleared Hillary Clinton over her use of a private server.
U.S. sovereign bonds prices were lower Monday as investors flocked back to equities as the chances of a Hillary Clinton victory appeared to grow.
European bourses closed surged higher on Monday afternoon after the FBI clears Hillary Clinton.
Asian markets were broadly higher, after the FBI again cleared U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton of potential criminal charges.
The dollar jumped on Monday as news that Hillary Clinton would not face criminal charges gave the U.S. presidential contender an eleventh hour boost.
A rebound in other asset classes supported oil prices, but gains were capped by a rallying dollar and doubts over OPEC production cuts.
Gold prices fell on Monday as the dollar and stocks rallied, after federal investigators cleared Democrat Hillary Clinton of criminal charges.
Stocks closed lower after the release of key employment data while investors braced themselves for the election next week.
U.S. futures jumped after the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) again cleared Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton over her use of a private server.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Friday as investors digested October's jobs report.
European stocks closed lower on Friday, as the looming U.S. elections continued to rattle nerves in the market.
The dollar slipped against the safe-haven Swiss franc on Friday on nervousness ahead of next week's U.S. presidential election.
OPEC's secretary general denied Saudi Arabia threatened to raise oil output to bring prices down if Iran refuses to limit supply.
Gold steadied, as jitters over next week's U.S. election offset a solid payrolls report.
Stocks closed lower, with information technology led decliners, as concerns over the presidential election lingered.
Asia markets traded lower, with Japanese shares leading losses and the Australian benchmark index slipping to a four-month low.
U.S. government debt prices fell on Thursday as investors eyed next week's presidential election and parsed through key economic data.