(Reuters) – Gold prices rise up to two weeks on Thursday when the dollar fell in doubt about the speed of raising US rates.
Gold rises 0.1% to $ 1226.70 and ounce late in session. On Wednesday, precious metal prices will achieve their highest performance from November 7 at $ 1230.07.
US gold contracts set at $ 1228 per one.
The Scheduled Reserve is expected to raise levels of interest for its & # 39; quarter this year in December, but investors have concerns about the level of flattenable rates that can be achieved. Central Bank organized the next year without slowing up the rural economy.
The index index of the dollar fell, which values its value; Green bar against a basket of six main money, 0.2 percent.
The markets are waiting for US President Donald Trump meeting and its Chinese company Xi Jinbig at the G20 meeting in Argentina next week.
Among other precious metals, 0.2 per cent fell to $ 14.46 without spreading around two weeks of the previous session.
Platinum and palladium rises 0.4 percent to $ 843.70 and $ 1153 per cent.