(Bloomberg) -- Gold held near the lowest in four weeks in the wake of higher bond yields, as investors awaited a key Federal Reserve meeting for clues on future monetary policy.The yield on 10-year Treasuries eased slightly on Monday, following a two-day gain from the lowest since March that damped the appeal of the non-interest-bearing precious metal. Bullion traders’ attention will be on the Fed’s two-day meeting which starts Tuesday, as well as comments from central bank Chair Jerome Powell,
(Bloomberg) -- Gold slid to the lowest in almost a month as a U.S. bond rally lost steam ahead of this week’s Federal Reserve meeting, which may give clues on future monetary policy. Copper also fell.Bullion retreated as Treasury yields ticked higher, curbing the appeal of the non-interest-bearing metal. Bullion has posted two straight weekly declines.Economic stimulus and low interest rates have helped boost precious and base metals this year, and investors are wary that economic growth and inf
Today gold is 1.3% lower, as it is extending Friday’s decline. What about the other precious metals?