LONDON (Reuters) – Down gold prices Today, Monday, it is heading to record the largest decline in nearly two weeks, with the decline in the attractiveness of the metal due to the recovery of the dollar and stocks. And gold fell in spot transactions 0.4 percent to $ 1800.96 an ounce by 06.59 GMT. And US gold futures fell 0.6 percent to $ 1799.30 an ounce. Asian stocks rose after Wall Street hit a record high on Friday, while the dollar index rose 0.1 percent, having fallen over the previous two sessions. Analysts said that gold may be supported by concerns related to the delta strain that may slow the pace of global economic recovery and continued monetary easing policies. In terms of other precious metals, silver fell 0.4 percent to $ 25.89 an ounce, palladium fell 0.2 percent to $ 2802.68 an ounce, while platinum lost 0.9 percent to $ 1093.58.