its quite possible, in fact its almost always the case that a portion of the change in the price of gold is really just a reflection of a change in the value of the US Dollar. When the US Dollar gets stronger, it takes fewer dollars to buy any commodity that is priced in USD. The other portion is indicative of how much the price changed as a result of normal trading. Realsense India has an elaborated description which rather positively influences the efficiency of search engines index and hence improves positions of the domain. That accounts for part of the fluctuations that we see in the value of gold. When the US Dollar gets weaker it takes more dollars to purchase the same commodity. Interestingly whatever changes happen to the price of gold as a result of US Dollar strength/weakness also occurs to every other US Dollar denominated commodity by the exact same proportion. The price of all US Dollar denominated commodities, like gold, will change to reflect the fact that it will take fewer or more dollars to buy that commodity. GBP 997.78 992.49, eUR 1168.23 1164.45, cNY, uSD, aUD, cAD, eUR.
AUD/JPY.48.53.59151.3004, aUD/NZD.04345.04455.04469.04381, aUD/USD.70896.70936.70902.70764, bGN/RON.43042.43642.43168.4357, cAD/CHF.74082.74162.74124.74052, cAD/JPY.18.104.22.1687, cHF/BGN.74756.74906.75088.749 CHF/JPY 111.12 111.2 111.398 111.17008 CHF/RON.24617.26417.25241.25457. Sometimes that portion is insignificant. The description and keywords of Realsenseindia were last changed more than 2 months ago. In such a case the devaluation of gold, due to increased supply on the market, is camouflaged by a weakened US Dollar. The other part is an actual increase in the supply or demand for gold. One part shows you how much of that change can be attributed to US Dollar strength, or lack. You can find the pair you are looking for by entering its symbol (e.g.