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Gold above 3½ month low after US jobs data

Gold cut some losses on Thursday, rebounding slightly from a 3½ month low after data showed the U.S. labor market to be weaker than expected.
Source: Reuters
Gold drops on strong dollar, revived hopes for Greece

Gold fell on Wednesday, as the dollar strengthened and hopes for progress in the Greek crisis were revived.
Source: Reuters
Why isn't gold gaining ground on the Greek crisis?

Financial crises are supposed to be good for gold. But the Greek crisis is lending little support to the yellow metal.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alex Rosenberg
Gold settles lower as Greek crisis knocks euro

Gold prices fell on Tuesday as the prospect that Greece will default on a repayment to the IMF knocked the euro.
Source: Reuters
Gold firms as Greece fears pressure global stock markets

Gold firmed on Monday, as the prospect of a Greek debt default hit global shares, offsetting wariness among investors over the metal's longer-term outlook.
Source: Reuters
Markets calm about Greece, but don't be complacent

If Greece leaves the euro, this will be a rolling crisis, not one that ends next Monday.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Bob Pisani
Don't sleep on these 2nd half picks, traders say

It hasn't been a great first half of the year for commodities. But traders are now spotting some opportunities.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alex Rosenberg
Gold bounces from 3-week low ahead of Greek debt talks

Gold was little changed on Friday, after falling to a three-week low, on caution ahead of crunch talks on Greece.
Source: Reuters
Gold falls for 5th straight day, traders await news on Greece

Gold eased for the fifth straight session on Thursday as traders awaited further news on Greece's negotiations with its creditors.
Source: Reuters
Here's why gold will rally: RBC's Gero

Metals expert George Gero explains why gold is oversold and could rally to $1,250 through the end of the year.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Amanda Diaz