Gold prices fell due to the pressure of the rise in the dollar index


Gold prices fell on Tuesday, pressured by the dollar’s rise and US Treasury yields, but prices remained above $1800 an ounce.

At the time (8:53 GMT), the yellow metal fell in spot trading by $6.52, or by 0.36 percent, to trade at $1801.21 an ounce.


And gold futures prices for December delivery fell 0.16 percent, or $7.4, to the level of $1,804 an ounce.

Meanwhile, the dollar index rose against six other major currencies by 0.04 percent at 93.84.

The yellow metal rose by 1 percent in the Monday session, to close at $ 1809.66 an ounce, near its highest level in a month.