* If yields keep rising, headwinds will be significant-
Oct 15 Gold prices fell on Friday as a rebound
in U.S. bond yields and a surprise increase in September retail
sales dented bullion's safe-haven status.
* Fed could start reducing stimulus by mid-Nov - minutes
(Reuters) -India's September fuel consumption crawled higher month-on-month as economic activity continued to ramp up, government data showed on Wednesday, but soaring global oil prices could stall a recovery in the world's third-biggest oil importer and consumer.
Oct 12 Gold prices rose on Tuesday, as rising
inflation fears dulled risk appetite and boosted demand for the
safe-haven metal, although an advancing U.S. dollar limited
* Downside pressure on gold is starting to near its end -
* Likely debt ceiling extension calming effect on
Oct 5 Gold prices fell as much as 1.2% on
Tuesday, as firmer U.S. Treasury yields and a stronger dollar
dented the safe-haven metal's appeal, with investors awaiting
key U.S. non-farm payrolls data due later this week.
Oct 4 Gold prices rose to a more than one-week
high on Monday as a weaker dollar and risk off sentiment in the
equity market lifted demand for the safe-haven metal.
Oct 1 Gold inched higher on Friday as a weaker
dollar and worries about rising inflation and risks to growth
countered bets for looming interest rate hikes, keeping bullion
on course for a small weekly gain.