From Chris Mullen at Goldseek.com...
Spot Gold Prices fell as low as $745.12 by late morning in New York on Monday before it rebounded about 1% in the last couple hours of trade.
The Gold Market still ended with a loss of 1.40% for the day, while silver traded as low as $13.24 by midmorning in New York, but also rallied to end with a loss of just 0.22%.
Gold Priced in Euros fell to about €532, platinum lost $10 to $1431, palladium lost $9 to $357, and copper fell over 5 cents to about $3.55.
Gold and silver mining equities fell a little over 3% at the US open and remained near their lows for most of trade, but they did rebound slightly in the last hour of trade and closed with only about 2.5% losses.
There were no major economic reports on Monday, and there are none due out Tuesday. Oil prices fell on news of a possible ceasefire between Turkey and Kurdish rebels in Iraq. Worries over slowing economic growth also cut into demand expectations.
The US Dollar index rebounded from the new record lows hit last week in technical corrective action with little news or reports to react to.
Treasury bonds ended with slight gains as the yield on the 10-year fell under 4.40% for the first time since early September.
The Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P reversed significant early losses and ended with decent gains as mixed earnings reports kept traders guessing.