Gold rises after two weeks of losses as investors weigh outlook for U.S. monetary policy, global equity markets and bond yields.
Bullion for immediate delivery as much as +0.8% to $1,326.80/oz before trading at $1,324.24 at 11:20am in Singapore, according to Bloomberg generic pricing. Prices -1.3% last week; -1.2% week before.
In other precious metals, Silver +0.7% to $16.4842/oz, rises from more than one-month low, Platinum +0.6% to $971.40/oz, halts four-day decline and Palladium +0.8% to $985.39/oz.
Source : Bloomberg