Washington – Barn
Gold prices rose 0.4 per cent from 10:42 GMT to trade at $ 1,235.65 of one opening level of $ 1,23142, the maximum of $ 1,235.85 and the lowest of $ 1,228.67.
The metal ended yesterday trading 0.2 per cent lower, the second daily loss consecutive, due to strong forecast for hike in US interest rates in December.
Investors are now looking at financial markets to vote in the mid-term elections, in the first election test on the economic and trade policies of US President Donald Trump.
Yesterday, there were 1.77 tonnes, the second consecutive daily decline, bringing gold payments in SPDR Gold Trust, the second consecutive daily decline, bringing the total to 757.29 tonnes.