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Gold steady as buoyant dollar, U.S. aid doubts offset virus risks (Reuters)

(Reuters) - Gold held steady on Tuesday as a buoyant dollar and lack of progress on a U.S. stimulus package countered fears of a second coronavirus wave and uncertainty about the U.S. presidential elections.

Could 2021 Be The Year Of Gold? (Forbes)

A new year – thankfully – quickly approaches, which means an avalanche of market predictions is soon to cascade across Wall Street. So, let’s jump the line and get ahead of the crowd: 2021 could well be the Year of Gold. Not that 2020 hasn’t already been a solid year for the anti-dollar. Gold trends, at a recent $1,910 per ounce, is up 25% for the year, and there’s still the potential for an election disaster or a non-peaceful transfer of power that could propel the metal even higher…

Gold gains as fresh virus wave looms over economic recovery (Reuters)

(Reuters) - Gold prices rose on Tuesday as a weaker dollar and a fresh wave of coronavirus infections threatened to further slow down a global economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, bolstering bullion’s safe-haven appeal.

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