Gold Silver Reports — Gold prices rose noticeably on Tuesday amid concerns about geopolitical concerns in the Middle East, and after North Korea’s warnings to the U.S. in Western Pacific.
Gold prices rose 1.32% to $1,271.25 from the opening of $1,254.68, while the dollar index shed 0.32% to 100.70 from the opening of 100.97.
The White House announced on Monday that U.S. president is ready to negotiate more strikes on Syria is its government used other chemical weapons.
Similarly, North Korea threatened the U.S. with a nuclear attack if the later launched maritime strikes against it in Western Pacific, boosting risk aversion in the markets and buoying safe havens like gold. — Neal Bhai Reports