For the second consecutive week, investors and market professionals see lower gold prices next week and the outlook is very decisive. Source: Kitco

It was a mixed bag for mining stocks this week as gold prices put in a seesaw performance. Source: Kitco

Gold prices are slightly lower in early U.S. trading Friday. Source: Kitco

(Kitco News) – Price pressures in the U.S. manufacturing sector increased last month, reversing the previous month’s dramatic drop, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Labor. Source: Kitco

(Kitco News) – Gold And silver prices are not straying too far from unchanged In early U.S. trading. The market place was quieter overnight, amid no major fundamental news events to shake the markets. Many traders have shifted into their “summertime” mode, whereby focus is less on the markets and more on outside activities after the

Try as regular traders might today, they couldn’t overcome the resurgent dollar. And, in spite of bellicose words from the IMF, the EU and Greece, equities worldwide managed to pick up some gains. Gold gained nothing on the safe-haven play from the unsettled Greek debt problem today, however. Source: Kitco

Gold prices ended the U.S. day session moderately lower Thursday, succumbing to the forces of bearish outside markets—a higher U.S. dollar index and lower crude oil prices. Source: Kitco

(Kitco News) – Chinese investors have become more sophisticated and are now waiting for the right time to buy gold, as demand remains stable throughout Asia, according to one commodity analyst. Source: Kitco

Consistent investor outflows so far this month have not only pushed reserve holding in the world’s biggest exchange-traded fund (ETF) into negative territory for the year, but levels are now at their lowest point since before the 2008 financial crisis. Source: Kitco