15th November 2017

 Gold rose slightly on Tuesday, as a weaker dollar and a wobbly stock market pulled prices off earlier lows. Uncertainty over the fate of the US tax bill helped gold steady as well, especially after Senate Republicans attached a rider removing the individual health-care mandate, a move that is bound to stir further opposition. In the US equity markets, General Electric plunged for a second straight day, this time by 6%, while a drop in crude oil prices and a more substantial decline in base metal prices hurt resource stocks more significantly

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