Market Pulse: Gold closes out Thursday trade higher, aims for weekly gain


Gold futures settle higher on Thursday, resuming their climb as fighting in Eastern Europe intensified, with hope dimming of successful talks to end the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

April gold


 traded $13.60, or 0.7%, to settle up at $1,935.90 an ounce, following a 1.1% decline on Wednesday.

Bullion was looking at a weekly rise of 2.6%, marking its fourth positive week of the past five.

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