Election Day 2020 LIVE UPDATES: Gold price turns negative as polls close

Election Day 2020 LIVE UPDATES: Gold price turns negative as polls close

November 3, 20:20

More results are coming in and Biden is still leading in the Electoral College vote 85 to 55. AP is calling the Mississippi, Oklahoma, Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina for Trump. Biden is expected to win Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware. So far, no major surprises in the election.

Gold prices are down as the results start to come in, but the precious metal continues to hold support above $1,900 an ounce.

November 3, 20:12 Gold price loses daily gains and turns negative. Spot gold is trading at $1,902.10, down 0.30% on the day. November 3, 20:00 In Senate races, Mitch McConnell, Republican Senate Majority Leader has been reelected in Kentucky. November 3, 19:54 Gold price is giving up some gains as spot gold is currently trading flat, last at $1,906, down 0.06% on the day. November 3, 19:53 According to […]

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