On Friday Gold prices were calm while investors continued there cautious approach after the U.S. Treasury yields scored multi-year tops and on expectations that solid monthly employment data could support the Federal Reserve's position for a tighter monetary policy. Investors anticipated scouring the U.S. government's September payroll statement programmed for an announcement on Friday and watch closely for clues of wage growth. Reuters survey revealed economists on average anticipate a rise of 185,000 in September after a jump of 201,000 in August. Spot gold inched down about 0.1% at $1,198.39 an ounce. It increased about 0.6% for the week and was on course to score its highest weekly gain in six.
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Daily Analysis - 05/10/2018