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Gold edges up, still near 4-week low
US gold futures for August delivery gained 0.4 percent to $1,312.30 an ounce.
Gold hits 3-1/2 month high on weak shares
The move drove India’s most-traded August gold contract up as much as three per cent.
DGCX plans spot silver after gold
The spot gold contract was delayed from starting last month partly because specifications had to be changed and also because of Ramadan this month, said Madyan Jabr, head of communications for the DGCX.
Gold slips as dollar firms on US data
Gold has been under pressure since data on Thursday showed US employment growth jumped in June and that the jobless rate closed in on a six-year low, evidence of brisk economic growth.
US jobs data lifts metals; supply strains drag oil
Commodity markets diverged last week as metals benefitted from better-than-expected US jobs data while oil futures were hit by easing supply strains.
World shares at new highs on US jobs growth; dollar gains
World shares were hovering around record highs on Thursday as markets prepared for a European Central Bank and US jobs data double-header.
Gold holds near high of three months
It failed to maintain that level, however. Spot gold had eased to $1.326.40 by 0954 GMT, down 0.1 percent, while US gold futures for August delivery were up $5.60 an ounce at $1,327.60.
India auto makers post positive sales numbers
Maruti Suzuki exported 11,809 units last month, which was an increase of 58.4 per cent from 7,453 units sold overseas during the corresponding month of 2013.
Prices face mixed week; oil slides from peaks
Commodity prices faced mixed fortunes last week, but oil fell from recent heights on easing Iraq supply worries and growing US demand concerns, dealers said.
India likely to extend price caps to more drugs: Report
The move would make the drugs more affordable in a country where 70 per cent of the people live on less than $2 a day.
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