after seeing both a peak of and a trough of on Tuesday, but looked likely to rise on the news of a continued stocks rout.
Gold’s fall, bounce and flatten is tied to a second U.S. big tech stocks record-breaking fall, which caused U.S. markets to plunge. Asian markets followed suit in morning trading. This comes amid the mixed messages of a rising , further outbreaks of , and yet more Brexit uncertainties caused by the U.K. reportedly planning to break international law over the country’s exit from the E.U.
The overnight rise in gold at the same time as a lift in the dollar is unusual, as one generally falls as the other gains.