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Oil extended losses on Tuesday, after having hit near 3-week lows on Monday amid worries about fuel demand and a decision by the Russian government banning domestic oil exporters and custom bodies from adhering to Western price caps. Benchmark Brent crude futures fell 1.1 percent to $83.58 a barrel,...

Oil prices fell to near 3-week lows on Monday amid concerns about global economic growth and the outlook for oil demand.

Gold prices drifted lower on Monday as the dollar firmed against other major currencies as markets looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's monetary policy announcement, due on Wednesday.

Gold prices fell slightly on Monday and the dollar held steady as investors awaited a slew of central bank meetings this week for directional cues. Spot gold slipped 0.1 percent to $1,926.67 per ounce, while U.S. gold futures were down 0.2 percent at $1,926.60. The dollar index traded flat, after...

Oil prices fell on Monday to trade at over one-week low amid concerns about economic growth and the outlook for oil demand. Benchmark Brent crude futures dropped 0.3 percent to $86.11 a barrel, while WTI crude futures were down half a percent at $79.31. The downside remained capped by a drone attack...

Crude oil prices fell on Friday and pushed the most active crude futures contract to a more than one-week low, amid uncertainty about the outlook for oil demand.

Gold futures settled slightly lower on Friday, but still managed to record a gain for a sixth consecutive week.

Prices of the yellow metal traded between $1,920 and $1,934.90 per troy ounce ahead of Friday's release of PCE-based inflation data from the U.S.

Crude oil benchmarks continued strong gains on Friday as sentiment improved following Thursday's GDP data release that showed the U.S. economy grew higher than expected.

The price of crude oil showed a strong move to the upside during trading on Thursday, adding to the uptick seen in the previous session.

After closing higher for five consecutive sessions, the price of gold gave back ground over the course of the trading day on Thursday.

Prices of the yellow metal eased after touching a 9-month high of $1949.70, earlier in the trade.

Crude oil benchmarks rallied emphatically ahead of the release of the fourth-quarter GDP numbers from the U.S.

Crude oil futures ended slightly higher on Wednesday, with traders reacting to weekly inventory data.

Gold futures settled higher on Wednesday, gaining for a fifth straight session, as the dollar drifted down amid rising hopes the Federal Reserve will slow the pace of interest rate hikes.

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