Spot gold fell 0.1% to $1,220.35 per ounce while U.S. gold futures remained flat at about $1,220.5 per ounce.
Early today Gold prices softened lightly as the popular greenback was supported by the investor's safe-haven appetite. Another important factor also was the U.S.-China tensions amid heightened risk aversion.
The dollar lifted versus its major rivals early today, while investors avoided hazardous assets and supported safe-haven currencies on raised concerns about a decelerating global growth and the US-China trade conflict.
The popular dollar index was steady following a profit of about 0.7 in the previous trading session. On the other hand, Asian stocks declined, due to a recent sell-off in Wall Street.
Unusual uncertainty and fear drives the oil markets
Daily Analysis - 21/11/2018