Gold prices fell before the US Central Bank meetings


Gold prices fell today, for the second session in a row, as investors focused on the meetings of the Federal Reserve (US Central Bank) to clarify its strategies to raise interest rates in early May.
The spot gold price fell 0.1% to $1980.89 an ounce.
US gold futures settled at $1,990.20.
The dollar rose 0.1%, making gold more expensive for buyers who hold other currencies.
As for other precious metals, silver fell in spot transactions by 0.3%, to $24.95 an ounce.
Platinum fell 2.1% to $1,100.45, while palladium fell 1.1% to $1,583.94.


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