Metals Stocks: Gold futures fall, on brink of halting longest win streak in nearly 4 months


Gold prices headed lower Thursday morning, with bullion threatening to snap a five-session win streak, which would match its longest stretch of consecutive gains so far in 2021.

June gold GCM21 GC00 was trading $10.60, or 0.6%, to $1,870.70 an ounce, following a 0.7% gain on Wednesday, which extended the most active contract’s climb to its highest finish since early January, FactSet data show. A Thursday decline for bullion would end its win streak since a similar stretch ended Jan. 5.


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