Gold firms near $1,110 but poised for third weekly drop

Spot gold was little changed at USD 1,111 an ounce, after gaining 0.5 percent in the previous session.

Gold price holds near four-week low as fund outflows, US data weigh

Gold languished near a four-week low on Thursday, retaining sharp overnight losses, as strong U.S. economic data and outflows from bullion-backed exchange traded funds sapped investor interest.

Gold price up on weaker dollar, but set for third weekly drop

Gold held above a five-week low on Friday amid a weaker dollar and uncertainty over debt-laden Greece, but the safe-haven metal was set to close down for a third straight week on expectations of higher U.S. interest rates.

Gold ends steady on scattered buying, silver higher

Silver, however, maintained an upward trend for the third straight day and rose by another Rs 350 to Rs 37,800 per kg on sustained buying by industrial units and coin makers.

Gold prices firm above $1,200 on safe-haven bids

Gold prices firmed above $1,200 an ounce on Tuesday, as tumbling global equities and concerns over Greece`s future in the euro zone prompted investors to seek safety in the metal.

Gold price recovers from early losses

At the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), gold for delivery in February rose by Rs 23 to Rs 26,631 per 10 grams after moving in range of Rs 26,500 - Rs 26,749.

Gold, silver weaken on sluggish demand, global cues

Silver too showed weakness and prices declined by Rs 100 to Rs 35,400 per kg on reduced offtake by industrial units and coin makers.

Gold, silver recover on scattered buying

Silver followed suit and gained Rs 100 to Rs 36,250 per kg on scattered enquiries from industrial units.

Gold prices plunge by Rs 400 on global cues

Silver followed suit and declined by Rs 550 to Rs 37,850 per kg on poor offtake by industrial units and coin makers.

Gold, silver recover on buying at lower levels

Traders said emergence of buying at prevailing lower levels by jewellers and retailers mainly supported the upside in prices of precious metals.

Gold slips, poised for weekly loss on strong US data, dollar

The metal was weighed down by strong global economic data on Thursday that calmed investor nerves after a recent selloff.

Gold price dips but global growth worries could support

Gold had slipped 0.5 percent to USD 1,226.35 an ounce Wednesday after hitting a four-week peak of USD 1,237.90 on Tuesday, before paring gains to close the day 0.4 percent lower.

Gold price holds near four-week high as stocks, dollar drop

Gold eased slightly to $1,234.05 an ounce Tuesday, but remained close to a four-week peak of $1,237.30 hit on Monday, when the metal gained over 1 percent.

Gold price holds above $1,200, but bearish sentiment prevails

Gold is still not too far from a low of $1,183.46 reached earlier on Monday - its weakest since June 2013 - as a strong U.S. jobs report dented its safe-haven appeal.

Gold price inches up for 3rd day; Fed eyed for rate outlook

Gold rose 0.1 percent to USD 1,236.70 an ounce Wednesday, after closing up 0.2 percent in the previous session.

Gold price stuck near 7-1/2 month low; set for worst week since May

Gold is down 2.7 percent for the week, its biggest weekly drop since the week ended May 30.

Gold price near 3-month low on dollar strength, rate hike fears

Gold was little changed at USD 1,248.95 an ounce Thursday, after dropping 0.6 percent on Wednesday, when it hit a three-month low of USD 1,243.56.

Gold price hovers near 3-month low, dollar strength weighs

Gold was little changed at USD 1,255.20 an ounce Tuesday. The metal closed down 1 percent on Monday, after earlier hitting USD 1,251.24 - its lowest since June.

Gold retains modest gains, but stays near 2-1/2 month low

Investors were waiting for a European Central Bank meeting later in the day to see whether it will deliver a fresh round of policy stimulus, and its impact on the euro and the dollar.

Gold price heads for first monthly gain since June on Ukraine

Gold was little changed at USD 1,290.25 an ounce Friday. Gold prices were more than USD 600 below a record hit in 2011.