Gold held a gain as investors weighed the possibility that an initial U.S.-China trade deal may be delayed until next month, and awaited a U.K. rate decision later Thursday.
Spot gold little changed at $1,491.34/oz at 9:56am in Singapore after +0.5% on Wednesday. On Tues. price closed at lowest since Oct. 15. Spot silver little changed at $17.6285/oz and is on track to snap three weeks of gains. Platinum -0.2% to $928.08/oz; palladium steady.
Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping may not be able to sign a partial deal until December, and two U.S. locations have been ruled out for their highly anticipated meeting.
Source : Bloomberg