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Last Updated: Jul 3, 2019 2:10 a.m. EDT Delayed quote

96.75

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Open: 96.73
Last: 96.75
96.66 Day Low/High 96.76
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93.71 52 Week Low/High 98.37

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Key Data

  • Open 96.73
  • Day Range 96.66 - 96.76
  • 52 Week Range 93.71 - 98.37

Performance

5 Day
  • 0.56%
1 Month
  • -0.58%
3 Month
  • -0.35%
YTD
  • 0.60%
1 Year
  • 2.20%

Recent News

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S&P 500 sets fresh high as 10-year Treasury yield slides to new two-year low

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Gold prices rally after sharpest daily tumble in more than a year

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Trade spat may blindside investors with weak earnings, warns Prudential

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S&P 500 settles below intraday high sparked by U.S.-China trade truce

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Why the stock market’s ‘sojourn into depravity’ is about to crush short-sellers

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Gold ends below $1,400, suffers biggest one-day loss in a year after China-U.S. trade cease-fire

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5 reasons why 2019 has been gold’s time to glitter

Gold futures post biggest one-day percentage drop since June 2018

Gold futures dropped 1.7% on Monday, as the benchmark U.S. dollar index climbed and the S&P 500 touched a new intraday high following news that the U.S. and China have agreed to a cease-fire in their trade dispute. August gold lost $24.40, or 1.7%, to settle at $1,389.30 on Comex. That was the lowest most-active contract price since June 19 and largest one-day loss since June 2018, according to FactSet data.

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Construction spending down 0.8% in May after revised 0.4% gain in April

Outlays for U.S. construction projects fell 0.8% in May at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1.3 trillion, the Commerce Department reported Monday. That's the biggest drop since November. Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected growth of 0.3%. Spending in April was revised higher to a 0.4% gain from the prior estimate of a flat reading. Residential construction, which has been weak, fell 0.6% in May. Spending on public construction projects dropped 0.9% in the month.

ICE U.S. Dollar Index up 0.5% at 96.58

ICE U.S. Dollar Index up 0.5% at 96.58

Euro off 0.4% at $1.1325

Euro off 0.4% at $1.1325

British pound down 0.5% at $1.2637

British pound down 0.5% at $1.2637

Dollar buys ¥108.34 after data, up 0.5% against the Japanese yen

Dollar buys ¥108.34 after data, up 0.5% against the Japanese yen

U.S. dollar hold gains after ISM manufacturing report

U.S. dollar hold gains after ISM manufacturing report

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Construction spending down 0.8% in May after revised 0.4% gain in April

Construction spending down 0.8% in May after revised 0.4% gain in April

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This is the No. 1 most expensive city in the world (it’s NOT in the U.S.)

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Opinion

Realigning U.S. monetary policy for a truly global currency

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Falling U.S. dollar could give new shine to emerging market debt

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Stock market’s December selloff was just the beginning, warns billionaire hedge fund manager

Japanese yen at 107.75, up less than 0.1% against U.S. dollar

Japanese yen at 107.75, up less than 0.1% against U.S. dollar

A Dollar 'Death Cross' May Presage Rise for Stocks

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Why Isn't the Euro Weakening Against the Dollar? (Redux)

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Yes, It's Groundhog Day in the Stock Market

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Apple Dividend: So What, Treasury Yield Now Above Stocks

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The Cone of Uncertainty for Interest Rates

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Data Dump: Jobless Claims, Manufacturing Mostly Positive, But Prices Bear Watching

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Morning Links: Closet Apple Indexers and Goldman Exec's Adios

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Bank Stocks Soar Into the Close, S&P 500 Approaches 1400

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Stocks Surge; J.P. Morgan Boosts Dividend, Announces Buyback

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FOMC Statement: Analysts Call It 'Mildly Bearish' for Bonds

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Glacial FOMC Change is All Dollar Bulls Need

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Fed Statement: Not a Yawner in The Bond Market

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Treasury Selling Picks Up; 10-Year Hits Fresh 2012 High

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Fed Statement: Few Fresh Clues On QE3

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Fed Statement on Deck: Keys to the FOMCs from the Bond Geeks

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Tomorrow's Tape: ADP, iPad 3

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Train Reading: G.K. Chesterton Good, Squid Bad

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Vulture Picks: Morgan Stanley Trade Ideas for Distressed Investing

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Apple iPad Demand Could Be Hurt by High Gas Prices, Analyst Says

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Dr. Copper, Heal Thyself!

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Recent News

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What Impacts the Price of Gold?

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Is Gold on the Verge of Breaking Out?

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Silver Will Bump Gold Aside

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European Monetary Policy Is Pushing on a String

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DoubleLine’s Newest Global Fixed-Income Fund Comes With a Bonus

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The Yuan Guessing Game

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Fed Lowers Rate Outlook; Markets Soar Like a Dove

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What a strong dollar means for retirees

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Markets and Bulls are Feasting on Perky Data

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U.S Stocks Continue to Shun Foreign-Borne Risks

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Romney's China-Bashing Carries Huge Risks

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Gold a Great Hedge Against Declining Dollar - Not the Next Big Bubble

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The Case for Shorting Aussie Dollars

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Major Stock Indexes

Key U.S. Last Chg Chg %
Dow Jones Industrial Average 26,786.68 69.25 0.26%
NASDAQ Composite Index 8,109.09 17.93 0.22%
S&P 500 Index 2,973.01 8.68 0.29%
Russell 2000 Index 1,560.54 -9.13 -0.58%
Other U.S. Last Chg Chg %
Dow Jones Transportation Average 10,420.46 -85.47 -0.81%
Dow Jones Utility Average Index 818.00 10.23 1.27%
Dow Jones U.S. Total Stock Market Index 30,526.24 62.09 0.20%
NASDAQ 100 Index (NASDAQ Calculation) 7,799.82 31.69 0.41%
S&P 400 Mid Cap Index 1,946.19 -6.19 -0.32%
NYSE Composite Index 13,152.55 24.86 0.19%
Barron's 400 Index 688.93 -6.29 -0.90%
CBOE Volatility Index 12.93 -1.13 -8.04%
Global Last Chg Chg %
Global Dow Realtime USD 3,096.97 -3.98 -0.13%
Asia/Pacific Last Chg Chg %
The Asia Dow Index USD 3,338.41 -18.08 -0.54%
S&P/ASX 200 Benchmark Index 6,690.2 37.0 0.56%
Shanghai Composite Index 3,014.45 -29.49 -0.97%
Hang Seng Index 28,794.65 -80.91 -0.28%
S&P BSE Sensex Index 39,830.22 13.74 0.03%
NIKKEI 225 Index 21,638.16 -116.11 -0.53%
FTSE Straits Times Index 3,360.06 -10.74 -0.32%
Europe Last Chg Chg %
STOXX Europe 50 Index 3,217.18 16.27 0.51%
STOXX Europe 600 Index 389.29 1.42 0.37%
CAC 40 Index 5,576.82 8.91 0.16%
DAX 12,526.72 5.34 0.04%
IBEX 35 Index 9,281.50 16.90 0.18%
FTSE 100 Index 7,559.19 61.69 0.82%
Americas Last Chg Chg %
BOVESPA Index 100,605.17 -734.51 -0.72%
S&P/TSX Composite Index 16,471.29 89.09 0.54%
IPC Indice de Precios Y Cotizaciones 43,441.80 3.56 0.01%