Gold futures advanced modestly Wednesday as the metal drew a slight bid alongside other haven assets as global market attention returned to Sino-U.S. trade relations and concerns over the fate of nuclear negotiations with North Korea.
June gold climbed $3.70, or about 0.3%, to $1,295.70 an ounce. That's nearly $15 up from the $1,281.20 it grazed at one point Monday, the lowest intraday level since December.
In other trading, July silver fell 4 cents, or 0.2% to $16.535 an ounce. Among exchange-traded funds, the SPDR Gold Shares edged up 0.4%, while the iShares Silver Trust was up 0.1% and the VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF slipped 0.4%.
Source : Marketwatch