Gold Moves Up From Daily Lows As U.S. Dollar, U.S. Stock Market Weaken
(Kitco News) - Gold prices have recovered some of their early losses in late-morning trading Monday. The yellow metal got a slight lift as the U.S. dollar index dropped to its session low and is trading modestly down on the day. Also, the U.S. stock indexes have backed way off their daily highs, which is also supportive to the gold and silver markets. April gold was last down $4.90 at $1,319.10.
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