Gold Up, Looks to End Week With Third Consecutive Weekly Gain

By Administrator_India Capital Sands Gold was up on Friday morning in Asia and is set to end the week with its third consecutive weekly gain. A drop in U.S. Treasury yields also gave the safe-haven yellow metal a boost while the dollar, which usually moves inversely to gold, inched up on Friday but fell from three-month highs. Gold futures edged up 0.14% to $1802.75 by 12:53 AM ET (4:53 AM GMT), with prices rising 0.8% for the week to date. The European Central Bank set a new inflation target of 2% in the…

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