Gold rallies for first weekly gain in 3 weeks

Gold prices rose today, with the dollar falling, helping the yellow metal recover from the biggest daily percentage drop in two weeks recorded in the previous session.
By 0620 GMT, spot gold rose 0.1 percent to $ 1293.67 an ounce after hitting a one-week low on Thursday. Gold futures gained 0.3% to $ 1297 an ounce.
 For other precious metals, silver rose 0.1% to $ 14.97 an ounce, but is still down about 0.6% during the week.
Platinum was up 0.6% at $ 892.68 an ounce and headed for the first weekly decline in five weeks. Palladium rose about 0.4% to $ 1370.81 an ounce.


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