- After two consecutive days of falls yellow metal improved marginally as on Monday and up by 1.65 points or 0.16% to 1,467.15 and registered an intraday high of 1,469.75 and a low of 1,463.25, respectively. Weak Chinses exports data reported on Monday is the reason behind today’s surge in the gold prices, as it added fear among the investment community over probable impact of US-China trade war on the Chinese economy.
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