Gold prices climb to highest finish since January

Gold futures on Monday posted their strongest daily gain in more than week to mark the highest settlement since January...

Gold prices climb to highest finish since January

Gold fates on Monday posted their most grounded day by day acquire in more than week to stamp the most elevated settlement since January. Costs completed higher on the rear of shortcoming in the U.S. dollar just as misfortunes in the U.S. benchmark stock lists. Additionally offering help, Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida said Monday that the U.S. economy hasn't hit the benchmark of "generous further advancement" required for the Federal Reserve to downsize resource buys. June gold climbed $29.50, or 1.6%, to settle at $1,867.60 an ounce, with costs for the most-dynamic agreement at their most elevated since Jan. 7, as indicated by FactSet information.