Gold rose on Wednesday, lifted to their highest in almost two weeks as investors fretted about the global economy and trade tensions, and as the European Central Bank and the U.S. Federal Reserve showed signs that monetary policy will remain accommodative.
Gold prices inched down on Wednesday as the dollar firmed, but the metal remained near a two-week peak hit in the previous session as equities slipped on concerns over global growth and trade tensions between the United States and Europe.
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