|Day's range||5,950.90 - 6,003.40|
|52-week range||5,629.80 - 6,150.00|
Investing.com - Gold prices remained lower on Tuesday as the dollar rebounded from a three-year low, while investors await the minutes of the latest Federal Reserve meeting due tomorrow.
Investing.com - Gold prices rose on Wednesday, but investors remain cautious ahead of today’s U.S. inflation data and clues on the pace of future interest rate hikes.
Investing.com - Asian shares mostly gained on Wednesday with Shanghai bucking the trend as markets recovered from yesterday's rout.
The rebound in Asian markets stalled as several indexes in the region gave up early gains to finish the session in negative territory.
Investing.com - Asian shares gained on Wednesday with little reaction to President Trump's State-of-the Union speech outside of plans to spend $1.5 trillion on infrastructure which would be a political challenge to get passed by a republican-controlled Congress.
Investing.com - Asian shares fell on Tuesday, taking a cue from Wall Street and on mixed regional data and concerns about the dollar ahead of President Trump's State-of-the-Union speech later which could include more on recent trade spats.
Asian markets closed mixed on Monday as investors kept an eye on political developments in the U.S. after a government shutdown began last week.
U.S. markets closed in the red ahead of Asia's Friday trading day as investors turned their attention to uncertainty around tax reform.
Asian markets closed mostly higher on Wednesday after a missile launched by North Korea landed in the Sea of Japan earlier in the day.
Asian equities were pressured in Tuesday trade as investors digested the release of a slew of Chinese economic data points.
Most Asian markets closed higher on Friday as the euro extended losses following Thursday news from the European Central Bank.
Investing.com - Shares in Asia were mostly in the black on Monday as China returned from a week-long break, but trade on the day thinned with the Nikkei 25 shut.