Gold, Silver Prices Drift Lower In Lackluster Summertime Trading
Gold and silver costs are reasonably lower in early-evening U.S. exchanging Monday. The two metals are not far above a week agos year lows. The key outside business sectors were bearish for the valuable today as the U.S. dollar file was firmer and raw petroleum costs were weaker. Additionally, the specialized stances for gold and silver markets remain completely bearish on a close term premise. August gold prospects were last down $5.20 an ounce at $1,225.90. September Comex silver was down $0.134 at $15.415 an ounce.