Gold is currently on bearish momentum. At 03:00 EST on Tuesday, 26 January, Gold is at $1,849.90 and 0.29% down since the last session’s close.
Gold is 0.194% down from its last session low of $1,853.50 and 0.334% down from its last session high of $1,856.10.
Gold is 1.12% down from its last three sessions higher value of $1,870.80 and is 0.74% up from its last three sessions lower value of $1,836.30.
Gold is 1.20% down from its last seven sessions higher value of $1,872.40 and is 2.73% up from its last seven sessions lower value of $1,800.80.
Gold is 5.57% down from its last month’s higher value of $1,959.00 and is 2.73% up from its last month’s lower value of $1,800.80.
Gold’s last day, last week, and last month’s average volatility was a negative 0.05%, a positive 0.26%, and a positive 0.22%, respectively.
Gold’s last day, last week, and last month’s high and low average amplitude percentage was 0.14%, 0.51%, and 0.75%, respectively.
Last news about Gold
Steve gold sells some of nyc's ritziest apartments and swears by this 6:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. schedule. According to Business Insider on Sunday, 24 January, "Right now," Gold said, "we are into ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ on Netflix.", "Though he’s been working from home more since the onset of the pandemic, Gold spends his days dashing around New York, showing some of the city’s most luxurious listings to prospective buyers. "
Microsoft admits it 'messed up' on its xbox live gold price hike, and is reversing the move following a huge backlash from fans. According to Business Insider on Monday, 25 January, "Microsoft will no longer raise Xbox Live Gold prices, it said Friday, after fans lashed out at its decision to double the cost of the gaming membership service.", "Microsoft also announced thatfree-to-play games would no longer require an Xbox Live Gold membership to play on Xbox. "