Gold futures finish lower after better-than-expected US GDP figures
Gold futures finished lower for first time in six sessions on Thursday, as the safe haven appeal of the bullion dulled after better-than-expected US GDP figures. Moreover, fears about more hawkish Federal Reserve measures also pressured the yellow metal investments.

Gold futures for March finished lower by $12.70 or 0.3% to settle at $1937.6ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile. Spot gold declined by 0.36% or $7.02 to $1,922.19 per ounce.