|Day's Range||1,335.201 - 1,364.299|
|52 Week Range||1,335.2008 - 1,364.2993|
Investing.com - It took eight years, but palladium has finally done it, erasing gold’s all-time highs on Thursday on persistent worries about the auto-catalyst metal’s tight supplies.
Investing.com – The Fed decided to hold on rates, as expected, but gold has moved beyond the flat decision, continuing to rise Wednesday on the Trump administration’s indecision over new tariffs for China. Palladium, meanwhile, hit another record high that brought it just a couple of dollars short of gold’s all-time high.
Investing.com – Palladium edged closer to shattering gold’s all-time record high on Tuesday, moving higher than $1,900 an ounce.
Investing.com - Gloomy Chinese data ahead of the crucial do-or-die week for the U.S.-China trade deal helped gold prices steady on Monday, despite virtually zero prospects for a Fed rate cut in December.
Investing.com – Gold has a new nemesis in the form of U.S. jobs numbers to beat it down, while palladium proved its record-making streak just cannot be stopped.
Investing.com – Palladium, the auto-catalyst metal in short supply, stayed on its record-breaking spree on Thursday as its shinier cousin gold edged higher by remaining doggedly on the trail of the U.S.-China negotiations.
Investing.com – Gold ended off its lows on Monday as risk-averse investors sought a hedge after the U.S. reissued its tariffs ultimatum to China. Palladium, meanwhile, surged to record highs above $1,860 on more concerns of supply risk in the auto-catalyst metal.
Investing.com – The much-awaited Fed rate decision is fewer than 24 hours away, but it’s palladium that soared for the day, not gold.
Investing.com – Investors managed to push gold higher Thursday instead of completely embracing risk, as doubts remained about whether the U.K. will get parliament ratification for its Brexit deal, but Turkey agreed to a ceasefire in Syria.
Investing.com - Palladium soared to record highs for a second-straight day Wednesday to rule the roost in precious metals. Gold was also a modest gainer after dismal U.S. economic data encouraged buying on rate-cut expectations.
Investing.com – Auto catalyst metal palladium rode the wind of a supply crunch to reach new $1,700 record highs on Tuesday, becoming the world’s most valuable precious metal, as prices of gold fell on talk of a potentially smoother U.K. exit from the European Union.
Spot gold, reflective of trades in bullion, traded at $1,329.65 per ounce by 3:30 PM ET (19:30 GMT), up $4.25, or 0.3%, on the day. It earlier scaled a three-month high at $1,344.08.