Dow Jones can be expected to continue its upward trend in the coming months after closing higher last week while gold slides lower.
The gold exploration company finally secures an environmental permit to start the development and operations of a mine in Nicaragua.
Gold prices start to trade lower against a much stronger dollar as the trade conflict between U.S. and China continue to escalate.
Dow Jones advanced only 0.04 percent on last week's close while gold continues to see an overwhelming number of declining days.
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GDP rose by 4.1 percent, slightly exceeding expectations while Bitcoin bounced back triumphantly at $8,400.
When the dollar receives an increase, gold plunges.
The S&P improves to a weekly high following Trump's criticism of interest rates. Bitcoin attains another high at $7,501 but may soar as high as $10,000.
Dow Jones remains volatile with highs and lows trending in the market. Global gold stocks decline in the trading market by 10 percent.
Resolute Mining Limited has been operating in the Australian gold industry for more than 20 years.