Investing.com – Gold was up on Tuesday morning in Asia. The was up, that helped boost the yellow metal to its highest point in two weeks.
edged up 0.17% to $1,850.94 by 11:10 PM ET (3:10 AM GMT), after hitting its highest level since May 9 at $1,865.29 on Monday.
The dollar, which normally moves inversely to gold, was up on Tuesday after falling to a one-month low in the previous session. Benchmark also eased.
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