Gold prices continued rising Thursday on the falling U.S. dollar, supply concerns.
Gold futures prices continued rising Thursday on the falling U.S. dollar, supply concerns.
Gold futures for April delivery rose 1.7 U.S. dollars to 928 dollars an ounce, refreshing the previous record close on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
Gold for April delivery is currently trading at the highest volume at the exchange. February contracts for gold, the nearest traded contracts, settled at 922.70 dollars an ounce, and March contracts closed at 925.70 dollars.