The Fed's suggestion that rate increases could start as soon as six months after Fed tapering ends send shockwaves through markets, and gold reacted negatively. Are investors overreacting?
The Crimean vote didn't push gold higher, and now, investors face the potential for further reductions in bond-buying from the Fed. Is today's selloff just the beginning?
After anticipation of a more dangerous world, the reality disappointed gold investors today. Find the details here.
On a terrible day for the overall stock market, mining stocks soared amid rising tensions in Ukraine in anticipation of a key vote in Crimea this weekend. Find out why gold's rise was somewhat muted and why it didn't hold miners back.
Gold and the rest of the precious metals were up in unison today, with worries about Crimea and falling prices for oil and copper pointing to potential concerns for the economy. Get the details here.
A fairly positive employment report sent gold and silver falling Friday. Find out the details here.
Precious metals gained across the board Thursday, with silver and gold leading the way. Find out why here.
Gold and silver stayed close to unchanged today, but platinum and palladium posted solid gains once again. Find out why here.
Even though the geopolitical risk level hurt gold today, the industrial applications of palladium helped it climb higher today. Find out more here.
The threat of war restored gold's safe-haven status, but gains might be from other sources as well.