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Gold slips below $1,490/oz as markets seek for trade hints

On Thursday gold rates facilitated and held underneath the $1,490 an ounce level, as investors ceased from making any significant wagers without crisp advancements on the China-U.S. exchange row front and Brexit talks.

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Spot gold was down 0.1 percent at $1,488.35 per ounce starting at 0531 GMT. U.S. gold futures additionally skidded 0.1 percent to $1,492.

Among other valuable metals, palladium indented a record peak of $1,782.60 an ounce, expanding growth into a fourth session.

Palladium is essential in taking shape of catalytic systems utilized in exhaust frameworks of vehicles, and worries over its stockpile running out have helped boost rates by over 41 percent this year alone, regardless of a debilitating auto segment.

Meantime, silver tumbled 0.3 percent to $17.33 per ounce, while platinum crept 0.3 percent higher to $885.54 per ounce.

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